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Found 11 results

  1. How can i create a baseplate in Lego Digital Designer
  2. Feng-huang0296

    Cutting baseplates?

    (I've put this in Town because I wasn't sure where else to put it.) So I'm trying to assemble a 64x32 layout around standard 32x32 baseplates, and (long story) I have a left-over 48x48 light bley baseplate that I can't see any immediate use for. I know this will offend purists, but I'm wondering if it might be easier (and cheaper) to cut the 48x48 into a 32x48 and a 16x48, and then cut the latter into a 16x32 and leftover 16x16. Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions as to how to go about this? All of the joins will be covered, but they will be adjacent to other baseplates so there can't be any scope for overlap. Does anyone have any ideas?
  3. Hi all, This has been driving me bonkers, but there's probably a simple solution. Simply, I am trying to place a group of bricks, such as a set onto a standard 32x32 baseplate in LDD. I can pick up the group and it looks as if it is okay, but as soon as I move it over the baseplate, the group drops down 4 or 5 bricks, so that it now partially sits under the baseplate and refuses to attach. I have tried rotating the view and other things, but to no joy. Any ideas? Regards, JC
  4. ...with only a gun & a small saber, unable to escape. And eventually, he starved & dehydrated to death! A very simple vignette using the 'island' baseplate!
  5. legosamigos

    The Smurfs

    Hello Eurobrickers! and short
  6. ritzcrackerman

    New Bright Green base plate?

    I saw this in the shop yesterday, with the new "Classic'' branding. The 60% price hike is a bit of a bummer, but it looks like it's Bright Green now?? http://shop.lego.com/en-US/Green-Baseplate-10700
  7. I have a type of tiles mosaic buildt on a 48x48 But now moved it onto a bigger solution with 4 32x32 plates in square form. In LDD The moving of the mosaic went well. Since i planned to make it bigger i neede to spit mosaic up. I removed the baseplaes to make it easier to do the box select. But when i try to move the baseplates back, it is no longer an option to put it under the tiles again. I tried the other way around but same happends.(moved mosaic, put the baseplate back in position and tried to put mosac on top of it.) Have other seen this or have a solution ?
  8. So, I'm starting to work on this LEGO City, but a lot of the buildings I'm using have baseplates at the bottom, and I'm wondering what the best way is to use them with other baseplates, like the road ones. I've seen it done before, with buildings like the Modular Buildings.
  9. Transparency for Effect

    Show me YOUR LEGO Town!

    Simply put, like many of those showing off topics, I thought it'd be a great idea to do that for everyone's individual LEGO towns if they have any, especially seeing as I can't seem to find that many in this sub-forum. I'm currently working on my own town, and it encompasses mostly Creator houses and City 8x16 buildings. How about yours?
  10. camberry234

    Lego Museum Base

    This is a base for the Museum break in set http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=6036772