I generally don’t blog customized stuff, as I generally take issue with cutting brick or going out of system. That said, I couldn’t pass this custom Samantha Carter from Stargate SG-1 up. Nice work, Catsy.
LEGO Friends models on The Brothers Brick | Page 2
The LEGO Friends line launched in 2012 has certainly generated its share of discussion and even controversy. But whether you’re here because you want to read our reviews of the LEGO Friends sets or because you want to see what else LEGO fans are building with the new figures and LEGO parts, you’ll find a whole lot to like about LEGO Friends here on The Brothers Brick.
The customization of LEGO Friends mini-dolls continues. Victor Fernandez (eclipseGrafx) takes up the baton with his version of Tifa from Final Fantasy VII, complete with a massive Buster Sword that Cloud would be proud to wield (a custom accessory from Brick Command).
The Brothers Brick recently purchased several sets from the LEGO Friends line in order to give our readers a feel for the new line. My 11 year old daughter and I reviewed the following sets and I let my nieces (6 and 8 years old) play with the sets for an afternoon. Nannan has already Continue reading →
If you’ve wondered what the Friends mini-dolls look like with other LEGO headgear, then L D M has what you’re looking for:
Nathaniel Brill (aka Shuppiluliumas) puts the new Friends line to great use with his delightfully retro scouting plane for Mia, complete with nose art and an adorable sidekick aviator hedgehog. The plane itself is quite a nice build, and the concept is great fun.
Hi there. I’m Caylin, and I am an AFFOL—a female adult fan of LEGO. And I might just have a new infatuation with the LEGO Friends line. It looks serious. As a kid, I grew up with the typical “girl” toys like Barbie. Oh, I had plenty of Barbies—and my favorite was the ballerina. I Continue reading →
Minifig customizer and friend of the blog Catsy shared a write-up about attempting some customizations on the new LEGO Friends mini-dolls on the SEALUG mailing list, and he graciously agreed to let us share it here as well. This is the result of about half an hour or so of experimenting with the mini-dolls from Continue reading →
FBTB is starting a comic strip called Studs, and their first one plays off the drama of the new LEGO Friends line.
2011 is now in the history books, so it’s time to take a look back at the year and remember the LEGO stories that made the biggest splash here on The Brothers Brick. It’s no surprise what the #1 news story of the year was, even though LOTR LEGO was only announced a couple weeks Continue reading →
The just released LEGO Friends theme introduces an array of new colors for common elements. Taking parts from 3933 Olivia’s Invention Workshop, 3187 Butterfly Beauty Shop, 2X 3183 Stephanie’s Cool Convertible, 2X 3936 Emma’s Fashion Design Studio, and my own collection, I built a spaceship to show a use for the new pieces. The interesting Continue reading →
Since the news is making the rounds on the web at this point, most of you are probably already aware of the upcoming LEGO Friends theme in 2012. The response has been, shall we say, mixed. Since I’m sure there’ll be quite a discussion here and elsewhere, I won’t shy away from sharing my own Continue reading →