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(Fox Sports)   LEGO Master Builder spends 450 hours creating Fenway Park in LEGO. Bonus: a video condensing the 450 hours into two minutes. Double reverse bonus: it goes on permanent display in Boston   (msn.foxsports.com) divider line 50
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2014-04-07 07:42:08 PM
Hopefully it causes another curse on them with another 80+ years without a championship.

I was happy for them in 2004, but now, eff em.

/Phillies Phan
//Wouldn't mind seeing the Cubs win one, just to see it in my lifetime.
 
2014-04-07 07:58:25 PM
He had help and never took a shower much less change his clothes.
 
2014-04-07 08:07:18 PM
Like a lot of the stadium models, it's kinda meh.  In this case, say what you want about the medium and limitations of Lego, the scale is way too small to do it right.

\not saying I still would love to have a Braves Field model if I could ever find one again, but still
 
2014-04-07 08:08:11 PM
Lego Master Builder: AKA Some Rich Guy


Seriously, LEGO isn't exactly a brain intensive building material. You find the right piece and snap it into place. Easy peasy. The reason we don't see more awesome LEGO art is because that shiat is EXPENSIVE.

Show me the master builder who can do this on a $120 budget with only the pieces from the basic sets, a handful of pirates, and some space control panels.
 
2014-04-07 08:19:07 PM

OregonVet: He had help and never took a shower much less change his clothes.


The glue fumes are like meth.
 
2014-04-07 08:48:02 PM

doglover: Lego Master Builder: AKA Some Rich Guy


Seriously, LEGO isn't exactly a brain intensive building material. You find the right piece and snap it into place. Easy peasy. The reason we don't see more awesome LEGO art is because that shiat is EXPENSIVE.

Show me the master builder who can do this on a $120 budget with only the pieces from the basic sets, a handful of pirates, and some space control panels.


My kids and I don't agree with your assessment that it's easy.

We've amassed a huge Lego collection from my childhood and relatives.

Building huge stuff takes some thought and planning.

I was going to bring up some more points to rebut you but, eh, it's only Legos.

Also, I liked the video.
 
2014-04-07 09:17:44 PM
Everything is awesome!
 
2014-04-07 09:20:55 PM

FarkingReading: some thought and planning


Some. As in a limited amount.

Try any other art or craft. Lego art is definitely on the lower end of project planning and skill. Plus they just click together and can click apart again if it's not working. Try undoing a flaw in a clay pot.

Sure, lego a medium, and as such its potential is bound mostly only by your time investment in it, but it it's a rather simple one. Very forgiving, very pliant, and mostly limited by your pocketbook and free time.
 
2014-04-07 10:05:03 PM
Not enough stands along the first base line. There is an overhang that's completely missing.
 
2014-04-07 10:32:19 PM

doglover: FarkingReading: some thought and planning

Some. As in a limited amount.

Try any other art or craft. Lego art is definitely on the lower end of project planning and skill. Plus they just click together and can click apart again if it's not working. Try undoing a flaw in a clay pot.

Sure, lego a medium, and as such its potential is bound mostly only by your time investment in it, but it it's a rather simple one. Very forgiving, very pliant, and mostly limited by your pocketbook and free time.


Yes, I agree. Many things are way more difficult.

I do feel good about my kids playing with Legos, despite the expense and commercialism.

But yes, Legos aren't typically a great art.

I still liked the video.
 
2014-04-07 10:47:38 PM
What is the vacuum above the table for?
 
2014-04-07 10:49:26 PM

doglover: Lego Master Builder: AKA Some Rich Guy


Seriously, LEGO isn't exactly a brain intensive building material. You find the right piece and snap it into place. Easy peasy. The reason we don't see more awesome LEGO art is because that shiat is EXPENSIVE.

Show me the master builder who can do this on a $120 budget with only the pieces from the basic sets, a handful of pirates, and some space control panels.


Kinda came in here to say something like this.

I mean, it might sound like butthurt, but I'm not so impressed by Lego employees that have access to UNLIMITED LEGOS to build amazing things, really.
 
2014-04-07 11:04:10 PM

Walt_Jizzney: doglover: Lego Master Builder: AKA Some Rich Guy


Seriously, LEGO isn't exactly a brain intensive building material. You find the right piece and snap it into place. Easy peasy. The reason we don't see more awesome LEGO art is because that shiat is EXPENSIVE.

Show me the master builder who can do this on a $120 budget with only the pieces from the basic sets, a handful of pirates, and some space control panels.

Kinda came in here to say something like this.

I mean, it might sound like butthurt, but I'm not so impressed by Lego employees that have access to UNLIMITED LEGOS to build amazing things, really.


These guys aren't necessarily rich guys or employees; they are guys who have found a way to make money out of their hobby

http://artco.co.nz/lego.html (scroll down to bottom to "Making A Living From Lego")

/I admire them for that
 
2014-04-07 11:06:08 PM
There are a couple of free "unlimited lego" computer design programs. Building something this large and intricate is absolutely not easy just because "the pieces click together", and it's far more difficult than just amassing a ton of lego bricks.
 
2014-04-07 11:07:16 PM

Peter von Nostrand: Everything is awesome!


I wonder what Christy Mack thinks of it?
 
2014-04-07 11:10:13 PM

ElwoodCuse: There are a couple of free "unlimited lego" computer design programs. Building something this large and intricate is absolutely not easy just because "the pieces click together", and it's far more difficult than just amassing a ton of lego bricks.


Are there? I had LEGO creator on my computer a long time ago, and was upset with the extremely limited variety of pieces, as well as the inability of the program to let me connect pieces in ways that aren't in the instructions. (Like, putting a 4x2 plate vertically in between the studs of another 4x2 plate).
 
2014-04-07 11:23:14 PM
Now, will they replace the real Fenway with a ball park on a 1000 foot tower like in my dream?
 
2014-04-07 11:37:01 PM

ThatBillmanGuy: ElwoodCuse: There are a couple of free "unlimited lego" computer design programs. Building something this large and intricate is absolutely not easy just because "the pieces click together", and it's far more difficult than just amassing a ton of lego bricks.

Are there? I had LEGO creator on my computer a long time ago, and was upset with the extremely limited variety of pieces, as well as the inability of the program to let me connect pieces in ways that aren't in the instructions. (Like, putting a 4x2 plate vertically in between the studs of another 4x2 plate).


THAT'S MADNESS!

I'm glad the computer didn't allow you to, I wouldn't either! People have morals for a reason!
 
2014-04-07 11:42:11 PM

doglover: FarkingReading: some thought and planning

Some. As in a limited amount.

Try any other art or craft. Lego art is definitely on the lower end of project planning and skill. Plus they just click together and can click apart again if it's not working. Try undoing a flaw in a clay pot.

Sure, lego a medium, and as such its potential is bound mostly only by your time investment in it, but it it's a rather simple one. Very forgiving, very pliant, and mostly limited by your pocketbook and free time.


The same could be said about pencil drawings, the medium is unlimited and it's very forgiving, if you mess up it's easily fixed, but pencil drawings can still be incredible. I think the same applies for Lego creations. Just because the medium is easy to work with doesn't mean it's easy to recreate something in the real world with that medium.
 
2014-04-07 11:51:54 PM

JesterJoker55: ThatBillmanGuy: ElwoodCuse: There are a couple of free "unlimited lego" computer design programs. Building something this large and intricate is absolutely not easy just because "the pieces click together", and it's far more difficult than just amassing a ton of lego bricks.

Are there? I had LEGO creator on my computer a long time ago, and was upset with the extremely limited variety of pieces, as well as the inability of the program to let me connect pieces in ways that aren't in the instructions. (Like, putting a 4x2 plate vertically in between the studs of another 4x2 plate).

THAT'S MADNESS!

I'm glad the computer didn't allow you to, I wouldn't either! People have morals for a reason!


I was actually shocked to see some of those "non-kosher" ways of connecting pieces showing up in the LEGO Movie. And pleased at the same time.
 
2014-04-07 11:53:29 PM

FarkingReading: doglover: FarkingReading: some thought and planning

Some. As in a limited amount.

Try any other art or craft. Lego art is definitely on the lower end of project planning and skill. Plus they just click together and can click apart again if it's not working. Try undoing a flaw in a clay pot.

Sure, lego a medium, and as such its potential is bound mostly only by your time investment in it, but it it's a rather simple one. Very forgiving, very pliant, and mostly limited by your pocketbook and free time.

Yes, I agree. Many things are way more difficult.

I do feel good about my kids playing with Legos, despite the expense and commercialism.

But yes, Legos aren't typically a great art.

I still liked the video.


At 450 hours, I'm sure he would have a pretty strong sense of pride, and relief, to be finally done,

I won't rain on his parade

Cool vid
 
2014-04-07 11:56:29 PM
Why do people spell it LEGO?  It's lego.
 
2014-04-08 12:15:07 AM
Bunch of sculptors giving their professional opinions here.

That's a serious craft there. Pretty good results.
 
2014-04-08 12:18:18 AM

stuhayes2010: Why do people spell it LEGO?  It's lego.


Habit from the guys who get pissed if you don't do it, I guess. People get super serious about Legos like religious people do when you don't capitalize god.
 
2014-04-08 12:41:04 AM

FriarReb98: Like a lot of the stadium models, it's kinda meh.  In this case, say what you want about the medium and limitations of Lego, the scale is way too small to do it right.

\not saying I still would love to have a Braves Field model if I could ever find one again, but still


I don't think it's about scale are accuracy for most people. Just like all of the insane Minecraft maps people build, it's more of a novelty of seeing something from a movie or the real word in brick form. Same idea as having an artist make a portrait of you as a cartoon character, or all of those movie posters for geek classics redesigned as art deco. It's just neat and fun, especially for the sake of nostalgia (in my case).
 
2014-04-08 01:17:02 AM

ThatBillmanGuy: ElwoodCuse: There are a couple of free "unlimited lego" computer design programs. Building something this large and intricate is absolutely not easy just because "the pieces click together", and it's far more difficult than just amassing a ton of lego bricks.

Are there? I had LEGO creator on my computer a long time ago, and was upset with the extremely limited variety of pieces, as well as the inability of the program to let me connect pieces in ways that aren't in the instructions. (Like, putting a 4x2 plate vertically in between the studs of another 4x2 plate).


Thats not a legal connection. I recently got back into LEGO after ~15 years, and the techniques now are wildly different and way more complicated and clever than they were when i was a kid. Multiple hinges and curved pieces to give nice rounded look while being sturdier than old sets.

I mean, look at stuff like the curtains here.


legogenre.com


Or the detail on this roof piece in the same set.


blogdebrinquedo.com.br


Those are croissants, sideways wheel wells and hinges. Even just turning the wheel wells vertical 90 degrees can be a complicated process.
 
2014-04-08 01:32:29 AM

Cyno01: ThatBillmanGuy: ElwoodCuse: There are a couple of free "unlimited lego" computer design programs. Building something this large and intricate is absolutely not easy just because "the pieces click together", and it's far more difficult than just amassing a ton of lego bricks.

Are there? I had LEGO creator on my computer a long time ago, and was upset with the extremely limited variety of pieces, as well as the inability of the program to let me connect pieces in ways that aren't in the instructions. (Like, putting a 4x2 plate vertically in between the studs of another 4x2 plate).

Thats not a legal connection. I recently got back into LEGO after ~15 years, and the techniques now are wildly different and way more complicated and clever than they were when i was a kid. Multiple hinges and curved pieces to give nice rounded look while being sturdier than old sets.

I mean, look at stuff like the curtains here.





Or the detail on this roof piece in the same set.





Those are croissants, sideways wheel wells and hinges. Even just turning the wheel wells vertical 90 degrees can be a complicated process.


Nice info! And some of those I thought were illegal (which is apparently how they call it) turn out to not be. Interesting.
 
2014-04-08 01:34:53 AM

Cyno01: ThatBillmanGuy: ElwoodCuse: There are a couple of free "unlimited lego" computer design programs. Building something this large and intricate is absolutely not easy just because "the pieces click together", and it's far more difficult than just amassing a ton of lego bricks.

Are there? I had LEGO creator on my computer a long time ago, and was upset with the extremely limited variety of pieces, as well as the inability of the program to let me connect pieces in ways that aren't in the instructions. (Like, putting a 4x2 plate vertically in between the studs of another 4x2 plate).

Thats not a legal connection. I recently got back into LEGO after ~15 years, and the techniques now are wildly different and way more complicated and clever than they were when i was a kid. Multiple hinges and curved pieces to give nice rounded look while being sturdier than old sets.

I mean, look at stuff like the curtains here.





Or the detail on this roof piece in the same set.





Those are croissants, sideways wheel wells and hinges. Even just turning the wheel wells vertical 90 degrees can be a complicated process.


Also, that Imperial Flagship has to be the greatest pirate set ever made. I wanted a Lego pirate ship for years, and was extremely happy I managed to pull $199 from somewhere to get the Imperial Flagship.

The next one I want is the Ecto 1. It's a damn work of art, and a steal at $49 when it's released in June.
 
2014-04-08 01:53:50 AM

ThatBillmanGuy: Cyno01: ThatBillmanGuy: ElwoodCuse: There are a couple of free "unlimited lego" computer design programs. Building something this large and intricate is absolutely not easy just because "the pieces click together", and it's far more difficult than just amassing a ton of lego bricks.

Are there? I had LEGO creator on my computer a long time ago, and was upset with the extremely limited variety of pieces, as well as the inability of the program to let me connect pieces in ways that aren't in the instructions. (Like, putting a 4x2 plate vertically in between the studs of another 4x2 plate).

Thats not a legal connection. I recently got back into LEGO after ~15 years, and the techniques now are wildly different and way more complicated and clever than they were when i was a kid. Multiple hinges and curved pieces to give nice rounded look while being sturdier than old sets.

I mean, look at stuff like the curtains here.

Or the detail on this roof piece in the same set.

Those are croissants, sideways wheel wells and hinges. Even just turning the wheel wells vertical 90 degrees can be a complicated process.

Also, that Imperial Flagship has to be the greatest pirate set ever made. I wanted a Lego pirate ship for years, and was extremely happy I managed to pull $199 from somewhere to get the Imperial Flagship.

The next one I want is the Ecto 1. It's a damn work of art, and a steal at $49 when it's released in June.


I put together the Delorean the other night, pretty fun little build, looking forward to the Ecto 1. Speaking of pirate ships, after purchasing most of the movie sets last week during the VIP sale, ive got $45 off Metalbeards Seacow whenever i have some extra cash. Have no idea where im going to put it though, it wont fit on any of my shelves and i think if i put it on top it would hit the ceiling.


c1.staticflickr.com


Also i guess LEGO is coming out with a new Pirate theme soonish since theyre done w/ Pirates of the Caribbean.  http://www.thebrickfan.com/new-lego-pirate-ship-coming-in-the-future/
 
2014-04-08 02:38:17 AM

Tr0mBoNe: OregonVet: He had help and never took a shower much less change his clothes.

The glue fumes are like meth.


Nice troll.
 
2014-04-08 02:42:43 AM
Cyno01:

Thats not a legal connection.

What is that from? A rulebook for a contest or something? I love it.
 
2014-04-08 06:23:57 AM
I put together the Delorean the other night, pretty fun little build, looking forward to the Ecto 1. Speaking of pirate ships, after purchasing most of the movie sets last week during the VIP sale, ive got $45 off Metalbeards Seacow whenever i have some extra cash. Have no idea where im going to put it though, it wont fit on any of my shelves and i think if i put it on top it would hit the ceiling.


[c1.staticflickr.com image 626x640]


I don't get this about the movie sets -- aren't they supposed to represent something a kid freebuilt? So why can't you make the supposedly original thing with them? (Emmet's mech should let me actually build construction vehicles, etc).
 
2014-04-08 06:46:07 AM

jaylectricity: Not enough stands along the first base line. There is an overhang that's completely missing.


or Fred Lynn lying on the ground in center field.

/too vague?
 
2014-04-08 07:24:26 AM
Would have been more awesome if they displayed it in New York.
 
2014-04-08 07:28:45 AM

Flashlight: What is the vacuum above the table for?


Likely glue fumes
 
2014-04-08 07:51:23 AM

ThatBillmanGuy: stuhayes2010: Why do people spell it LEGO?  It's lego.

Habit from the guys who get pissed if you don't do it, I guess. People get super serious about Legos like religious people do when you don't capitalize god.


IT'S farkING LEGO. THERE IS NO 'S'.
 
2014-04-08 08:00:04 AM
Cyno01:

Finding where to put my lego is a serious problem. I am in to the UCS and technic/mindstorm side of things and my 3 bedroom house is not large enough. I am honestly considering rental properties to keep my hobbies in. I could buy a duplex, rent out half and keep the other half for hobbies/hookers whatever.

I moved out of an old and cheap apartment I was keeping lego in (among a minor few other things) and had to partially break down my x-wing, imperial shuttle, imperial walker, death star (playset), millennium falcon, and super star destroyer sets. It's like a buffet!!! I can't decide which one to fix first or if I should tear them right down to basics and start again!! It's like a mechanic with car troubles.
 
2014-04-08 08:30:06 AM
OH NO! IT'S THE KRAGLE!

/Taco Tuesday already?
 
2014-04-08 08:57:21 AM
It's hard to tell from the video, but did he put in the Lone Red Seat in the right field bleachers?
 
2014-04-08 09:06:26 AM
look!  it's the green monster.  lolz
www.containerstore.com
 
2014-04-08 10:13:41 AM

LiberalWeenie: Cyno01:

Thats not a legal connection.

What is that from? A rulebook for a contest or something? I love it.


It looks like training materials for actual LEGO designers, i.e. "don't submit designs with any of these elements because we won't be releasing them to market."

I especially love page 6.  The same element with the blue System brick (normal Legos) is allowed where the blue Technic brick isn't.  The reason?  The System brick has "LEGO" embossed on the top of the connectors, which adds 0.14 mm to its height such that it perfectly touches the yellow brick.  The Technic brick doesn't have this, so the gap of 140 MICRONS is too much to allow, since vertical pressure across this gap will cause them to bend toward each other over this tiny distance.  Incredible engineering.

I also got a kick out of the list of possible answers to questions on the next-to-last page.  Great read, overall.  Thanks, Cyno01!
 
2014-04-08 11:40:45 AM
I had two questions upon seeing this video:

1. What are the (vacuum?) hoses for? I see speculation upthread about glue fumes, which seems plausible. Anyone know for sure?


2. There appears to be a lot of string used in the middle of the video. What's that for?
 
2014-04-08 12:01:48 PM

Tr0mBoNe: Cyno01:

Finding where to put my lego is a serious problem. I am in to the UCS and technic/mindstorm side of things and my 3 bedroom house is not large enough. I am honestly considering rental properties to keep my hobbies in. I could buy a duplex, rent out half and keep the other half for hobbies/hookers whatever.

I moved out of an old and cheap apartment I was keeping lego in (among a minor few other things) and had to partially break down my x-wing, imperial shuttle, imperial walker, death star (playset), millennium falcon, and super star destroyer sets. It's like a buffet!!! I can't decide which one to fix first or if I should tear them right down to basics and start again!! It's like a mechanic with car troubles.


All my UCS stuff (just original x-wing, interceptor and naboo fighter, but im planning on buying the B-wing since its my favorite fighter) is at my parents house along with all my old legos, which is just about every small to medium space set from Blacktron II (89) to UFO and Insectoids (98) with a bunch of town and other random sets. And Aquanauts. Aquanauts were the shiat. As soon as we get a house all of that stuff is getting rebuilt.  My fiancee got me the Simpsons house for valentines day and then we saw the movie and thats what started this whole relapse and me collecting all the movie sets and minifigs, for now all the smaller movie sets are on our shelves in front of all the DVDs since there was a few inches of space. But yeah, no idea where im going to put the Seacow or Spaceship Spaceship Spaceship.

Irving R. Pointystick: LiberalWeenie: Cyno01:

Thats not a legal connection.

What is that from? A rulebook for a contest or something? I love it.

It looks like training materials for actual LEGO designers, i.e. "don't submit designs with any of these elements because we won't be releasing them to market."

I especially love page 6.  The same element with the blue System brick (normal Legos) is allowed where the blue Technic brick isn't.  The reason?  The System brick has "LEGO" embossed on the top of the connectors, which adds 0.14 mm to its height such that it perfectly touches the yellow brick.  The Technic brick doesn't have this, so the gap of 140 MICRONS is too much to allow, since vertical pressure across this gap will cause them to bend toward each other over this tiny distance.  Incredible engineering.

I also got a kick out of the list of possible answers to questions on the next-to-last page.  Great read, overall.  Thanks, Cyno01!


See, and everybody biatches about how expensive LEGO is, and dont get me wrong, they are, but most people dont realize just how much they focus on quality, their manufacturing is practically six sigma.
 
2014-04-08 12:46:10 PM

stuhayes2010: Why do people spell it LEGO?  It's lego.


www.simonb.com

Someone had better tell the company.
 
2014-04-08 02:32:39 PM

Cyno01: Tr0mBoNe: Cyno01:

Finding where to put my lego is a serious problem. I am in to the UCS and technic/mindstorm side of things and my 3 bedroom house is not large enough. I am honestly considering rental properties to keep my hobbies in. I could buy a duplex, rent out half and keep the other half for hobbies/hookers whatever.

I moved out of an old and cheap apartment I was keeping lego in (among a minor few other things) and had to partially break down my x-wing, imperial shuttle, imperial walker, death star (playset), millennium falcon, and super star destroyer sets. It's like a buffet!!! I can't decide which one to fix first or if I should tear them right down to basics and start again!! It's like a mechanic with car troubles.

All my UCS stuff (just original x-wing, interceptor and naboo fighter, but im planning on buying the B-wing since its my favorite fighter) is at my parents house along with all my old legos, which is just about every small to medium space set from Blacktron II (89) to UFO and Insectoids (98) with a bunch of town and other random sets. And Aquanauts. Aquanauts were the shiat. As soon as we get a house all of that stuff is getting rebuilt.  My fiancee got me the Simpsons house for valentines day and then we saw the movie and thats what started this whole relapse and me collecting all the movie sets and minifigs, for now all the smaller movie sets are on our shelves in front of all the DVDs since there was a few inches of space. But yeah, no idea where im going to put the Seacow or Spaceship Spaceship Spaceship.

Irving R. Pointystick: LiberalWeenie: Cyno01:

Thats not a legal connection.

What is that from? A rulebook for a contest or something? I love it.

It looks like training materials for actual LEGO designers, i.e. "don't submit designs with any of these elements because we won't be releasing them to market."

I especially love page 6.  The same element with the blue System brick (normal Legos) is allowed where the blue Technic brick is ...


Hurry, B-Wing is sold out most everywhere and has been discontinued. They just discontinued the Super Star Destroyer as well. I have it in my shopping cart...but..$400...damn...
 
2014-04-08 03:02:19 PM
The_EliteOne: Hurry, B-Wing is sold out most everywhere and has been discontinued. They just discontinued the Super Star Destroyer as well. I have it in my shopping cart...but..$400...damn...

The B-wing was discontinued a month or three ago, but theres still a ton on Bricklink and Ebay for below retail, so its not a super high priority. My current wishlist is -


Metalbeards Seacow
Simpsons Minifigs
Star Wars planets series
Star Wars Microfighters
UCS B-wing
Curiosity Rover (if its ever back in stock...)
Ecto 1


And out in August i think.


Super Secret Police Dropship
Emmets ConstructoMech
Bennys Spaceship Spaceship SPACESHIP!


And then i think im good until (if) they release more Simpsons sets or sets for the movie sequel or maybe another moderately priced UCS set of something i want.


Part of me wants the SSD, but id need a glass coffee table to put it under and ive heard its not the most interesting build...
 
2014-04-08 10:04:37 PM
Where can I get Ecto 1??
 
2014-04-08 11:20:52 PM

gie AXP: Where can I get Ecto 1??


Coming in June to Lego stores and shop@home for $49.99.
farm6.staticflickr.com
 
2014-04-08 11:24:18 PM

Cyno01: ee, and everybody biatches about how expensive LEGO is, and dont get me wrong, they are, but most people dont realize just how much they focus on quality, their manufacturing is practically six sigma.


Their customer service is also excellent. Very friendly, clear, and accommodating, and they even speak English as a first language (I reached an American office).

I wish American companies still understood the value of brand loyalty and how to get it.
 
2014-04-09 12:41:40 PM

stuhayes2010: Why do people spell it LEGO?  It's lego.


It's LEGO because its an abbreviation of "leg godt".

Also, the plural is LEGO bricks, not LEGOs.
 
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