Chiaroscuro

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  1. Chiaroscuro

    LEGO Ideas Discussion

    Another possibility is that Lego may be working in a D2C 7 dwarves rollercoaster (as in Disney World Park) as a companion to Disney Castle and Train.
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    Lego Night mode

    If the official kits are wireless sure they will not be cheap.
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    Lego Night mode

    https://brickset.com/article/48887
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    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    Creator 3in1 Pirate Ship.
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    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    Cool lot! From which set is the figure with the black hat in the middle of the 2nd row?
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    Monkey Kid (“Leaf”) Theme Discussion

    I hope this theme is more location based than based on vehicles as “monsters”. Not too many mechs too please.
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    LEGO Hidden Side 2020

    Ending with the third wave? Second one didn’t even counted much, it is awful (unlike the first great one).
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    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    Red Pumpkin is now available.
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    Monkey Kid (“Leaf”) Theme Discussion

    Cannot find it...
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    LEGO Hidden Side 2020

    Time Cruisers wasn’t really a time travel theme, it was more like crazy sci-fi vehicles theme. I want more location based sets.
  11. Problem is: I started my projects in LDD (with submodels/groups) then I reached a point I needed the new pieces, so converted the files to Stud.io. All groups were gone in the conversion. I am trying to make them again, but that is a different task, as first I finished the projects with the new pieces. Now I have huge Stud.io files that I need to rework (adding submodels, etc) but I would like to test the model in real bricks first, so the instructions would come in hand. But thanks for the second part, I really missed it because in LDD you didn´t have to select the parts. It works for what I need!
  12. I am making the switch from Lego LDD to Bricklink Stud.io (mainly because of the support for new pieces) but I didn´t find a way to create instructions automatically on Stud.io. I know that Stud.io has a powerfull step-by-step instruction maker, but I would like to have a quick instructions generator, like LDD has (even if it is very rough and strange the way the steps are added) to make the first build of my creations, to test it for stability etc before making the final model (and then using the step-by-step maker to produce the final instructions). Since I am building 2.000+ pieces projects it is very hard to follow the LDD or io file by itself to build the initial buid, and a quick instruction guide would be great. Is there something similar to LDD automatically generated instructions available in Stud.io? Thanks!
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    Future Castle Sets?

    Well, sorry, it was my anecdotal view. I am a father of two (12 years old boy and 7 years old girl). While both have been exposed to the medieval theme (even in school, as both participated in castle themed projects), the class of my older son wasn’t much interested in it. While the younger daughter liked the theme. She also like Lego but her interest lays on the Princess line castles. And yes, I believe HP line also a factor, as the theme and sets overlaps with Castle.
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    Future Castle Sets?

    It is not that simple, otherwise Lego would be sucessful in any theme they make. To create a compeling theme today one of the strategies is to create a tie in show. Ninjago is very sucessful. But castle? They created Nexo Knights which is basically their version of Masters of the Universe. It didn´t work.