The LEGO Adventure Book, Vol. 2

Join Megs and Brickbot on another exciting tour of LEGO building in this second volume of The LEGO Adventure Book series As they track the Destructor and rebuild the models he destroys, you ll follow along and meet some of the world s best builders Learn to create sleek spaceships, exotic pirate hideaways, fire breathing dragons, fast cars, and much With nearly 40Join Megs and Brickbot on another exciting tour of LEGO building in this second volume of The LEGO Adventure Book series As they track the Destructor and rebuild the models he destroys, you ll follow along and meet some of the world s best builders Learn to create sleek spaceships, exotic pirate hideaways, fire breathing dragons, fast cars, and much With nearly 40 step by step breakdowns and 100 example models, The LEGO Adventure Book is sure to spark your imagination and keep you building
The LEGO Adventure Book Vol Join Megs and Brickbot on another exciting tour of LEGO building in this second volume of The LEGO Adventure Book series As they track the Destructor and rebuild the models he destroys you ll follow

  • Title: The LEGO Adventure Book, Vol. 2
  • Author: Megan H. Rothrock
  • ISBN: 9781593275129
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The LEGO Adventure Book, Vol. 2”

    1. It was good, but a little slower than the first one. But I did like the whole thing with the destroyer. It seemed like a real book.

    2. Profession: Writer. And what has the nationality has anything to do with lego bricks? A not quite creative person and set designs to have the impression that the children are doing something creative by following set orders. The buyers are an even more sad image than the author.

    3. It's a gorgeous book full of rich colour instructions and comic book style vignettes. Small problem - I do not own a vast amount of LEGO with which to try out some of the great builds in the book. Problem solved - I do have friends with a huge amount of LEGO.I took the book over to their house (with Pat and Miranda) to get their opinion of the book and, of course, to build a couple of things too.Everyone liked the clear photos and the fun style of the book. The main Jones builder, Trevor, though [...]

    4. This is a book of inspiration. What they have done is to have a group of Master Builders show what they can do. But it is more than a book of pretty pictures of Lego models, it is a masterclass in Lego as a medium for art.The Adventure Book takes a story line as a framework to present examples of models of various types. But it is not just a set of models. With each set of models, it is not just that the master builder is trying to make something, but, like artists in training, these models are [...]

    5. Similar in tone to the first volume in the series, this book continues with a central narrative involving minifig Megan travelling through different 'zones' in pursuit of an anti-Lego bad guy, discovering different building styles and themes as she progresses from zone to zone. It's a cute conceit, and serves to highlight the maximum number of different approaches to building in a logical and easily digestible fashion. Each section is well-designed, with a range of photos as well an instruction [...]

    6. So this is not just a series of instructions for lego builds, but an ongoing story about Megs meeting other lego designers, in their mini-fig avatars. All are Norwegian, British or American and of the 10 or so, two are women. The styles or genres are pretty diverse, from post-apocalypse, to Tudor/medival, to space fantasy. A fun non-media-tie-in Lego book.

    7. Love the adventure as Megs tracks the Destructor!I like this book; a mix of adventure, LEGO building tips and LEGO build instructions. I liked how the real-life builders each made a LEGO minifigure to represent them in the story.

    8. Como el primer volumen, es el lugar perfecto para buscar inspiración. Al mismo tiempo que te enseña a armar distintos modelos, te permite ser creativo. Es toda una aventura.

    9. Not quite as good as the first one, but still well worth having for all of the interesting techniques and build ideas.

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