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#1 Offline Kopekemaster

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Posted Nov 27 2012 - 10:25 AM

So, for a Co-op group I am in, I have to host a LEGO Workshop. So I was wondering if you guys (and gals) on BZPower might be able to give me some ideas for it.I need something fairly simple because there will be some younger kids.And I would like it to be more of a concept or theme than just building a certain thing. E.G. something like showing how to build a realistic house instead of just getting LEGO instructions and building it.)It would be great if you guys (yes, and gals again!) could help.
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#2 Online Chro

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Posted Nov 27 2012 - 03:22 PM

That's pretty cool. I assume you mean something specifically system-oriented as opposed to Bionicle? There's a series of books by Sean Kenney (creator of a large Lego website I can't mention) with simple Lego ideas which are pretty fun to make. Other than that I can't help you much- I primarily build Bionicle stuff and my system MOCs are small with lots of little complex parts, not great for kids. :lol:

Edited by Chro, Nov 27 2012 - 03:22 PM.

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