LEGO dragon breathes real fire

After building a creation that uses real water, Aaron Amatnieks (akama1_lego) sets out to do what no one has ever done – to use fire in a Lego creation, and I’m not talking about flame pieces. Kids, don’t try this at home!

5 comments on “LEGO dragon breathes real fire

  1. LEGO_5p8c3

    I´m currently on holiday – so I have no idea what my colleagues think about this – but I´m almost sure I can speak for all the LEGO designers and say that we find this fantastic…thumbs up!!!

  2. peterab

    I’m pretty sure I know what the Brickvention committee is going to say if you ask to show this working :-) It is awesome though. I particularly like how the dragon body is wrapped around the rock.

    So we’ve seen water, and fire, what’s next? I suggest working volcano spewing stuff out. In fact I dare you.

  3. Jean C

    re peterab’s comment – I think it’s interesting that a flame is considered dangerous, but towering cranes and buildings, and high speed spinning amusement rides aren’t considered a risk.

    Also, from my memory of science class study of bunsen burners, I don’t think there’s much heat *below* the flame.

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