The latest issue of the HispaBrick Lego fan magazine includes coverage of BrickCon 2014, review of the upcoming UCS Slave I, interviews, instructions and much more. Take a look at the table of contents or download the magazine for free.
The latest issue of HispaBrick features an amazing technic snowspeeder, interviews with builders like Nathan Sawaya, photoediting tips, a feature article on the minifig, and much more. As always, you can Download the magazine for free. Check out the table of contents to see more of what’s in this issue.
The 17th issue of HispaBrick Magazine is out. As always, there’s lots of great content that covers both the thematic and international diversity of the Lego fan community, and download is free. Here’s a glimpse of what’s in the latest issue:
- Features of builders including Luke Watkins Hutchinson, Simon Liu, Alice Finch, and Dennis Glaasker (Bricksonwheels).
- Articles about Lego communities and events such as the large Lego fan base in Taiwan known as Pockyland and the worldwide Lego holiday fundraiser, Creations for Charity.
- Info and articles on the upcoming Mindstorms EV3
- Lots of set reviews and more!
Issue 16 of HispaBrick Magazine is out now just in time for the 5th anniversary of the magazine. Here are just some of the articles you will find in the free download:
- Tutorials on landscaping, leaf weaving, Mindstorms and POV-Ray.
- Interview with Lego designer Jamie Berard
- Interviews with builders including Konajra, Schfio_factory, Yoshihito Isogawa, and me.
- Lots of set reviews and more!
The latest issue of the excellent HispaBrick Magazine is now available in both Spanish & English.
Articles in this issue include:
- A history of flying machines, from a massive LEGO Hindenburg to a Technic Sukhoi SU-37
- Coverage of recent LEGO fan events, including BrickCon, LEGO Fan Weekend, and HispaBrick’s own event
- An interview with Sean & Steph Mayo (Siercon & Coral)
- More tutorials on POV-Ray, LEGO MINDSTORMS and the MILS system
- And much more…
You can download HispaBrick Magazine 015 for free from HispaBrickMagazine.com.
The 14th issue of Hispabrick Magazine has just been released. Hispabrick Magazine 014 features the amazing Battlestar Galactica fleet by Garry King, coverage of trends in the LEGO community like crowdfunding and CUUSOO, and even an interview with me, your humble Editor-in-Chief.
Other topics include:
- LEGO and education
- Mosaic tutorial by Katie Walker
- LEGO fan events
- Lots of LEGO set reviews
- …and much more in over a hundred full-color pages
Each issue of Hispabrick Magazine brings a wealth of high-quality coverage of the LEGO fan community from around the world, in not one but two languages — and all for free! Download issue 14 today.
The latest issue of Hispabrick Magazine makes a neat dozen. And it’s an excellent read covering many aspects of the LEGO hobby.
The 12th issue of HispaBrick Magazine is available now
In this issue you will have the opportunity to learn more about Mike Doyle and his abandoned houses, trains created by Anthony Sava, the robots of Simon Burfield and the game Super Robo Rally by Steve Hassenplug. You will learn about efficiencient LEGO Technic structures by Oton Ribic and everything related to 9V motors by Philo.
We interviewed the Croatian creator Matija Grguric and present our new section “Pillars of the community” with an interview of the people behind Eurobricks.
You will see a little of the history of the Town / City and Train themes, a celebration of the third anniversary of Panzerbricks, and our participation in different events. There is also the introduction to Robotics with LEGO MINDSTORMS (IX), our comic Desmontados, various reviews, and an exclusive presentation of two new 2012 City sets!
HispaBrick Magazine recently released their eleventh issue and I was quite impressed with it. They have definitely been improving with age.
This issue is packed with goodies and it’s all free! There is a literal plethora of articles including, among other things, the Arvo brothers‘ Mini Moog, Firas Abu-Jaber’s vehicles, a history of classic Space, 5 set reviews and interviews with Barney Main (AKA SlyOwl), Jamie Berard and Tormod Askildsen.