Just when you thought it was safe to walk past LEGO barns...

Even if your aim’s so terrible that you can’t hit the broadside of a barn, you can certainly use one to hide, as we see in this LEGO vignette by MihaĊ‚ Ch (BardJaskier). With an army dressed similarly to the 10297 Boutique Hotel staff hiding in the foreground, my attention is drawn to the expect expert techniques used in the granary. Brown brick-built doors look sturdy as can be and the foundation is appropriately cobbled. But it’s those thick black lines framing the structure that really make the building pop. Make sure to zoom in and check out the cheese slope technique used to get those smooth diagonal lines.

Ambush at the Granary

3 comments on “Just when you thought it was safe to walk past LEGO barns...

  1. hntrains

    To be honest, I am often here for the text rather than from the build (which are often spectacular, but, if you take a closer look, fairly easy and common). The text, on the other hand, is rich and savoury, something quite rare in the world of LEGO builders.
    Today, I am puzzled by the “expect techniques”; while I might think of something (even a typo), what, if there is something there which I am not familiar with?

  2. Kyle Keller (TBB Managing Editor) Post author

    As I’ve written so many posts on these phenomenal builds, I’d think you would expert techniques of mine (such as intentional typos), used to keep the reader on their toes. ;)

    But seriously, I appreciate you letting me know about the mistake, and your complimentary description of our writing here at TBB. I’ll try not to flub it next time.

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