If I gave you a pile of rectangular bricks, what would you build? Many would build a wall. My 3-year-old would certainly build a tower. People expect a square wall from square bricks, but they are more impressed by a curved arch from those chunks of masonry.
Masterfully demonstrating the “wave technique” in this surfing scene, Sylvain Amacher (captainsmog), turns the blockiness of LEGO into a sleek action scene.
Try the ‘wave technique’ with bricks from your own collection.
A graphic designer from Switzerland, Sylvain knows how to please the eye.
Firsts are important. I still remember riding a bike for the first time – it left a lasting impression. Learned skills become automatic, but passing those skills along to others is more difficult.
As a father of three young children, I have been looking for activities that my whole family can enjoy. Lately I have been taking some time with my three-year-old to play with LEGO from Classic set 10698. I’d like to share 3 tips that led to this little model.
Brick Classics has compiled free instructions and a parts list for building an old-fashioned cassette tape. With something like this, color doesn’t really matter, so if you have some similar pieces, go ahead and give it a try!
See the rest of the instructions below.
For years I have looked at the FedEx logo. In fact, one of my dad’s good friends even drove a FedEx truck.
Somehow I never noticed the hidden symbol within the words. If you are reading this, you have the gift of sight. But have you developed the power of observation?