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Display Base - How to make your own!

Here is a fairly easy way to build a great looking display base for your next LEGO scene!

https://flic.kr/p/ovcYa6 | SNOT terrain--example | This shot illustrates my two favorite tips about SNOT terrain. First, we have roughly the same segment of terrain built twice, but once with the studs oriented across the hill (left) and once with the studs oriented downhill (right). The one on the left is much cleaner because it lacks the "jaggies" from stacked slopes and the stud holes in the side of the wedge bricks. Second, this shot is brightly lit from overhead, so that there...

https://flic.kr/p/ovcYa6 | SNOT terrain--example | This shot illustrates my two favorite tips about SNOT terrain. First, we have roughly the same segment of terrain built twice, but once with the studs oriented across the hill (left) and once with the studs oriented downhill (right). The one on the left is much cleaner because it lacks the "jaggies" from stacked slopes and the stud holes in the side of the wedge bricks. Second, this shot is brightly lit from overhead, so that there...

Amsterdam - Keizersgracht / Utrechtsestraat: A LEGO® creation by Patrick Bosman : MOCpages.com

Amsterdam - Keizersgracht / Utrechtsestraat: A LEGO® creation by Patrick Bosman

The Lego Car Blog | (My Grandfather flew one in WW2, always been a fan, after all, I wouldn't be here without it!)

This stunning Flying Fortress by Ace in a Day was discovered on MOCpages.

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