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  1. HispaBrick Magazine 036 is available The latest issue of HispaBrick Magazine is now available. This time we wanted to pay a little homage to our beloved Classic Space, so blue and grey is the prevailing colour in this issue. Oton Ribić will explain a bit about the essentials of spacecraft design, Ahmad Sahar will teach us how to program LEGO Mindstorms RI5 with Python and with the help of the red astronaut, Mark Favreau teaches you the basics of how to take good pictures of your models. We review the Classic Space sets that provided us with so many hours of playtime when we were little kids (or not so little) and if you are also a fan of retro videogames, you are in luck because Johan Alexanderson has combined these two hobbies and we will show you the online game he has created. We continue to talk to and build links with the communities around the world and AFOLs from all over the world show us their creations in the Top MOC section. We are also pleased to share the results of the survey we conducted on BrickLink and its acquisition by the LEGO Group together with the conclusions we have drawn from it. We would like to thank all the contributors and readers of the magazine for the time they have dedicated to this magazine. You can find HispaBrick Magazine 036 and all previous issues for free in the Magazine section of our website.
  2. REVIEW - HISPABRICK MAGAZINE KIOSK INTRODUCTION Last year I was asked if I wanted to be the Eurobricks person to maintain contact with HispaBrick Magazine. I had never met Lluis or Jetro in person, but of course I was eager to maintain our good relationship with this great magazine. Due to some random events, I got to meet both Lluis and Jetro in Billund last year (2017) during the LEGO Fan Media Days. Turns out they are just as annoy...uhmmm.....friendly as they are online It's nice to meet people with the same, or even more, passion for the LEGO brick as myself or our own Eurobricks members. This month marks the 10th Anniversary of HispaBrick Magazine and they decided to design a commemorative set for this event. Being the contact sometimes pays off, because I was asked if I was interested in reviewing the set. Of course I was excited to see what the set was all about and do a little review. It isn't the most elaborate reviews of all time, but it's written with lots of respect for the team behind HispaBrick Magazine. Before you dive in the review, here's the link to the topic about HispaBrick Magazine 030. SET INFORMATION Set number: 1001 Set name: HispaBrick Magazine Kiosk Number of pieces: 249 THE BOX The box show that it's the 10th Anniversary Set and apparently I am one of the 50 proud owners of this unique set. Unless all the boxes show 38 of 50 The back tells us a bit about the history of the magazine in Spanish and English and it shows us the complete part list of the set. CONTENTS OF THE BOX The box contains: 1x Big bag filled with most of the parts. 1x Disclaimer note 1x Green 16x16 baseplate 1x Green 16x8 baseplate 1x Stickers sheet I wonder how HispaBricks customer service is?! Lucky for me, the set was 100% complete! The sticker sheet contains all the covers of the past magazines! How cool is that?! I do see a lot of familiar MOCs on those covers. I really love the one with that cool life sized Mindstorms Robot made by Jim from Eurobricks. Yeah, that's probably never going to happen SPECIAL PARTS The set contains three very special printed parts: The first HispaBrick Magazine printed, with the alien from the arvo brothers on the cover HispaBrick Minifig Torso HispaBrick 2x2 Tile PART LIST Here's the complete part list of all the bricks used in this set. Which more or less boils down to these parts: THE BUILD You start by building the kiosk booth, which shows a computer screen for the register and a wonderfully designed coffee machine. You can't read a great magazine without a great coffee to go along with it The roof of the kiosk is made by using an interesting building technique. You basically lay the two windows on the top of the building as a roof. They can be easily removed. There's a fresh coffee waiting for you on the counter. How about getting the latest edition of HispaBrick Magazine and reading it on the bench next to the kiosk. The backdoor of the kiosk...."Employees Only"! This lovely set doesn't consist of the kiosk alone. You can also rent a bike. And you don't even need to go to a front desk, it's fully automated. Connecting the bike to the rack is very cleverly done, using the Technic plate with hole to connect to the headlight part of the bike. COMPLETED MODEL Taddaaaa....the completed model. I haven't used the stickers on the two magazines, because I wanted to keep the sheet as new. The photographer is reading the latest edition... ...while the girls is fooling around with her skateboard. Isn't this the cutest set ever. I really like it and it will definitely look good in a bigger LEGO city display. One final shot of the set. CONCLUSION I like to express my special thanks Jetro and Lluis for sending me this set. I absolutely love it and I am very proud own it, and to have contributed to the the 10th Anniversary of HispaBrick Magazine. I wish you guys all the luck in the future and hopefully I will be writing another review in 5 or 10 years. Take care!
  3. It’s time for a new edition of the magazine for AFOLs. In this edition of HispaBrick Magazine® we continue our collaboration with Kockice, which brings us articles on LEGO® Architecture, MINDSTORMS and an interesting Minidolls vs. Minifigures. From our visit to the LEGO® Fan Media Days en Billund we bring you our interview of LEGO® Friends designers Fenella Charity and Ricardo Silva and our visit to the pre-opening of the LEGO® House. We have tutorials on taking pictures of LEGO® and programming LEGO® Boost, as well as building instructions from collaborating AFOLs. Our TopMoc section is all about what can be done with digital building, we keep expanding on the MILS system and we have reviews of a number of new sets, including the 10260 - Downtown Diner. We will also show you what our HispaBrick Magazine® Event 2017 from last December was like and there are many more articles. We have also improved the PDF file itself. Starting with this issue you can easily get to each article clicking on the link in the index and we have included bookmarks and thumbnail pages to enhance your reading experience.. In addition… we are nearing our anniversary! In 2018, HispaBrick Magazine® celebrates its 10th anniversary. In the month of May we will publish issue 030 with special contents and some surprises. Stay tuned and check out our social media on and You can download HispaBrick Magazine® free of charge in English, Spanish and Croatian, so get your copy now. DOWNLOAD HBM029 (ENGLISH) Link to download past issues of the magazine: past issues
  4. After some days of "try and error", I finally have a first motorized working version of the Joker Manor's Roller Coaster Here you are a picture of the modification: Of course there is room for improvement, but actually it works quite well. Now I have to do some make-up
  5. Issue 026 of HispaBrick Magazine® — the free magazine made by and for fans of LEGO constructions — is now available. In this issue you will find a lot of the information we obtained from several LEGO departments thanks to the LEGO Fan Media Days, interviews to brick artists Sean Kenney and Chris McVeigh, author of The LEGO Christmas Ornaments Book. In our TopMoc section we have a look at Steampunk constructions. You will also learn about the Polish RLUG and we have a couple of articles on our presence at events like the Paredes de Coura Fan Weekend. Of course we have our usual tutorials on WeDo and MILS and we analyse some of the latest LEGO sets like the Caterham Seven 620R, the Yellow Submarine and the Winter Holiday Train. The HispaBrick Magazine team would like to take this opportunity to wish you a merry holiday season and we hope you enjoy this issue
  6. I made tutorial video on how to make a MILS module. MILS is a standard that helps you to coordinate your building with other Lego builders. I also find it to be very helpful when building a sturdy foundation for your creations. I will be publishing a series of these videos so stay tuned for more instructions. The Video The MILS standard is published by the Hispabrick magazine so you can visit their website for details
  7. The latest edition of HispaBrick Magazine®, the magazine for fans of LEGO® constructions, is now available. In this issue you will find some extraordinary medieval constructions by Cesar Soares, the creative process of the science fiction genius Pierre-E. Fieschi or how to create the japanese dolls by Mike Dung, and you will learn a little more about Paul Vermeesch, another one of the Great Creators of the world. Yun Mi Antorini offers us exclusive insight into the results of a study conducted by LEGO about the life of its fans. Marcos Bessa, senior LEGO designer, explains how a set is developed and we enter into the very heart of the LEGO House to learn more about the evolution of this project. Our by now classical tutorials on MINDSTORMS y LEGO® WeDo are of course present. We analyse several of the latest novelties, like the Tie Fighter UCS, the Kwik-E-Mart and a complete analysis of the new Jurassic World theme. You can download your free copy of this issue here:
  8. The latest issue of HispaBrick Magazine is available! Good reading for this Christmas season … In this issue, Julian Charity, Part Design CAE engineer, will explain how the new parts used in LEGO sets are developed, and Keith David Severson will tell us something about his task in the CEE Team. We will tell you the story of LEGO Therapy and their work to help children with autism spectrum disorders. Great creators like Jarek Książczyk (Jerac), Pawel "Sariel" Kmieć, Kosmas Santosa (KOS brick), Matthias Riedel (Blacktron2011), Oton Ribic, Paulo Castanho and Sebastian Zaberca (zaberca) will show us their creations, in many different themes, from Star Wars, to ALIENS, City, Technic and many more... Our collaborators keep offering tutorials on MINDSTORMS and WeDO, MINILAND Character Builds and reviews of the latest sets and books related to LEGO constructions. We have coverage of the HispaBrick Magazine Event 2014, Brickcon 2014 and LEGO Fan Weekend 2014. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2015!
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    HBME 2014

    The HispaBrick Magazine Event 2014 will take place in Terrassa next 6th and 7th of December. There will be a LEGO exhibition in the mNACTEC museum and activities for the AFOLS. If anyone is interested in attending just contact me.
  10. The latest issue of HispaBrick Magazine is available! So you have some light summer reading... You can download it here: In this issue, Keith David Severson, Senior Manager for the CEE Team explains the restructuring and the future of the new ambassador program. We will tell you about the new project if the CEE Team, The LEGO® Ecosystem, which Yun Mi Antorini has carried out. We will tell you the story of Fairy Bricks and their work helping sick children in hospitals, and about SUR M´ALE GOBROS and their peculiar graphical creations. Great creators like Sariel, Evan Bordessa, Dviddy, Rhymes_Shelter, Arkov or Retinence show us their creations. Bright Bricks, famous for their replica of a Rolls Royce turbine tell us more about their company and show us some of their other creations. Our collaborators keep offering tutorials on MINDSTORMS and WeDO, reviews of the latest sets and books, we cross the Atlantic to learn more about Chile LUG, MINILAND characters, an exhibition in Mungia, useful objects made with objects LEGO® and much more… We take this opportunity to let you know we are preparing the celebration of our annual event, the HispaBrick Magazine Event 2014, which will take place on December 6 and 7, 2014 at the mNACTEC museum in Terrassa (Barcelona). In the coming weeks we will provide more detailed information regarding registration, dates and times on our website. You are invited invited to participate.
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    MOC: Olaf (Frozen)

    A new project for one of my nieces. Do you want to build to snowman?
  12. The issue 019 of HispaBrick Magazine® is now available for download . In this issue we take a journey through Japan and we will show you how they live the LEGO® hobby. We will tell you what has happened in the LEGOWORLD Copenhagen 2014 and in the Hispabrick Magazine® Event 2013. We will show you a little more about great creators as Nathan Sawaya, Stephan Sander´s Brick Valley, Antti Hakala , the castles of Dr. Robert Carney , the "old " LEGO® Technic of Jennifer Clark and the Tiger 's Nest Monastery of Anuradha Pehrson . We continue with our tutorials on MINILAND and Robotics with LEGO ® MINDSTORMS ® and LEGO WeDo. We also have an interview with Elroy Davis, editor of RAILBRICKS , reference for all fans of LEGO trains . And of course, we will show you the fabulous world of The LEGO Movie with an interview with Matthew Ashton, Vice President of Design at The LEGO Group and Executive Producer and the fantastic models of Imagine Rigney . Hope you enjoy it ... see you in the next issue! You can download it from here:
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    As a fan of Miyazaki's work I needed to build one of his iconic characters. Totoro is my favourite so...
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    It´s been hard to get all those chrome parts, but finally I have been able to build Ironman in all his metallic glory.
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    MOC: Superheroes

    From now until New Year's Day, a new Superhero every day.
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    [MOC]: Hoth Ion Cannon

    For our next Hoth display:
  17. This is HispaBrick Magazine Halloween gift for our readers: You can download the LDD file from here:
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    MOC: Minion "girl"

    Waiting for a lot of orange parts to arrive..., meanwhile the render with LDD2PovRay.
  19. The latest issue of HispaBrick Magazine®, the magazine for fans of LEGO® constructions, is now available. In this new edition Dennis Glaasker (Bricksonwheels) presents two of his most awesome vehicles and Luke Hutchinson (Derfel Cadarn) amazes with his last medieval creation. In addition you will find several tutorials on POV-Ray, SR3D, MINDSTORMS and LEGO® WeDo, as well as interviews with Simon Liu, Jeremiah Boehr (Master Model Builder) and Jan Beyer (Community Operations Manager EU/Asia CEE Community Support). We have many reviews of news sets and books related to LEGO constructions, and much more, packed in this new 100 page issue of our magazine. In addition, we offer you a chance to win one of the of the exclusive minifigures of the 5th anniversary of HispaBrick Magazine. Download the magazine to find out how. We hope you will enjoy this issue. You can download this issue for free here: English: Español: Or read it on line here:
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    MOC: Submarine Scene

    Hope you like it. Soon all my animals instructions available for download.
  21. A render of one of my minianimals with LDD and LDD2PovRay. Hope you like it:
  22. After five years in your midsts it’s time for HispaBrick Magazine 016. In addition to the usual sections like courses, tutorials and reviews, in this issue you will be able to learn more about geniuses of the LEGO world like Konajra, Schfio_factory, Yoshihito Isogawa, Nannan Zhang, ... and much more. We hope you like it and we are looking forward to hearing your opinions and ideas for future articles. You can download it here:
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    MOC: Hedgehog

    A little hedgehog to add to my collection of minianimals. You can support it here: http://lego.cuusoo.c...deas/view/16971
  24. This is a LDD model rendered using LDD2PovRay and PovRay. This is the last of my CUUSOO project animals for a long time. Maybe it is time for a change. Hope you like it. You can support it here:
  25. Hello, A little later than usual, but here we are again. This issue has had to wait for our annual event to finish, images of which you will find inside, but be assured that it has not affected the work we have put into HBM 015. In this issue you will find several articles related with flying machines and their history, as well as tutorials on POV-Ray, MINDSTORMS and the MILS system. Pedro Almeida explains how a disease like Muscular Dystrophy is not an impediment to enjoy LEGO. We will tell you about our experience at events like the LEGO Fan Weekend 2012 or BrickCon 2012 and there are several reviews of sets and books. We hope you will enjoy this issue and we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. You can download it from here: