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LEGO Space: Building the Future "A beautiful, four-color book that showcases an epic LEGO universe. Full of advanced models guaranteed to inspire, as well as simpler models with building instructions"-- Full description


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  • Relié: 216 pages
  • Editeur : No Starch Press (5 novembre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1593275218
  • ISBN-13: 978-1593275211
  • Dimensions du produit: 22,9 x 1,9 x 27,3 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Olivier PETIT sur 20 août 2014
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Un ouvrage très bien réaliser et des photos magnifiques. Peter Reid nous livre une vision d'un futur à la sauce Légo space très imaginative. Des réalisations monstrueuses et variées: bref un régal pour les amateurs du style. Mais attention ouvrage en anglais. :)
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par VANNIER Jérôme sur 29 mars 2014
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Nostalgie du thème Classic Space de ma jeunesse et découverte de tout un univers nouveau. Des techniques et designs étourdissants. Très inspiré et motivant.
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par carole sur 4 janvier 2014
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Pour les amoureux des petites briques et qui continuent de jouer, de tres belles images et que de souvenir a partager avec les plus jeunes.
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1 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Arnaud PICARD sur 26 décembre 2013
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Attention, ceci n'est pas un livre de plans mais bel et bien une exploration d'un univers fourni où l'on retrouve avec plaisir des modèles issus des années 70et 80 remis au goût du jour.

Ce très bon recueil présente un univers créé à partir de référence LEGO adaptée dans une vision plus moderne.
Les quelques exemples sont très bien décrits et on retrouve avec plaisir quelques uns des "MOC" (my own creation) qui avaient déjà paru sur le sites des AFOL (adult fans of Lego).
Très fortement recommandé.
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LEGO Space: Like Four Great Books in One 11 novembre 2013
Par Ashley Glennon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
LEGO Space: Building The Future, is an absolute masterpiece. Fans who recall the extremely popular LEGO Space theme from the 80’s are in for an updated treat that nearly defies definition. Yet for any LEGO space or sci-fi fan, this book delivers more than 200 pages of building instructions and interstellar eye candy that make this book a must buy.

This book is receiving five stars not just because of the overall content quality, but because it’s like four books in one:

1. Classic LEGO space fans will thoroughly enjoy seeing modern evolutions of their favorite theme, complete with the “LL” starship designation from the past. Never before have gray, blue and yellow LEGO bricks looked so cool. And as for fans of classic space sub themes like Ice Planet, Blacktron, Space Police and others, fret not. Reid and Goddard have tactfully included these themes, too, veiled in such a manner as to not infringe upon LEGO trademarks.

2. Builders of all skill levels and ages will love the well-rendered, step-by-step instructions of around a dozen space creations ranging from the soviet era Sputnik to a creepy space worm. The cool factor here is that the creations evolve from a sort of “you view it, you do it,” motif. You actually feel like you can relive portions of the books’ loose storyline—which is described next-- by pausing to build a drop ship, robotic turtle or survey robot.

3. Sci-fi fans and builders alike will enjoy the fact that this book includes a lot of narrative. Every creation has a story to go with it that far exceeds the insights provided by any previous LEGO book. The book begins with an accurate depiction of the world’s space program, then promptly moves into science fiction territory by telling bite-sized chunks of the history of “The Federation,” throughout. And as you might expect, “The Federation” deals with enemies, innovation, infiltration and imperialistic concerns that spawn spectacular LEGO creations to suit.

4. This book is flat-out inspiring and fun. You can open this book to any page and just enjoy the storyline, the photography or both. You’re guaranteed to get lost in the imaginary world and find yourself inspired to go build something fun, even if it’s as small as the six piece, robotic “Blip” featured on page 92.

While this book is spectacular in it’s own right, it is remarkable for another reason as well. Co-author Peter Reid’s Exo-Suit creation featured on page 24 will become an official LEGO set sometime in 2014 (as part of the LEGO CUUSOO program).

This hardbound book sets a new standard for future authors wishing to focus on a specific LEGO theme. Reid and Goddard have accurately captured the beauty, appeal and potential of the original LEGO Space theme and allow you to literally play along. But their greatest achievement is the mark of a truly outstanding book. They open the mind of the reader to a boundless world of imagination.
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A great book, but a bit of a bait and switch 23 mars 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First, I have to say that I was already familiar with many of the models in this book, having seen both on Flickr and linked from other LEGO fan sites. It cannot be argued that these models are some of the most amazing AFOL (Adult Fan Of LEGO) building today, especially if LEGO Classic Space holds a place in your heart. So when I found out that they had published a book that included instructions, I ordered it immediately. Having just received it, I can say the book is beautiful and a wonderful look into a fantasy world of LEGO Space that brings me back to my days building with my classic LEGO Space sets in the 1980's but with a huge influx of modern AFOL design influence. And the models themselves are nothing short of breathtaking if you enjoy LEGO or LEGO Space.

But it is disappointing that the included instructions are only for small builds on the micro scale. Because I was already familiar with the models built by the authors, I was hoping to get some insight into their building techniques. But not a single large example/model has build instructions, nor do any of the non-obvious join techniques used in them get any attention. In short, if you are not already capable of building at this level, you will not get much building insight from reading this book. And for me, that is a huge disappointment because I was hoping this would help me advance my own LEGO building skills. What I'm left with is a physical manifestation of things I already access to from the web, albeit with much more fantasy context and back story added. While that context and back story makes the fantasy world these ships inhabit richer and fuller, I'm still left extremely disappointed because that's not why I bought the books. If I had known that before purchasing the book, it is likely I would not have done so.
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Essential for LEGO space fans. Forgettable story, memorable models, lighting, and photography 27 octobre 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Disclaimer: I received a free review copy from No Starch Press.

I was very excited to read this book because space has always been one of my favorite LEGO themes. In some ways this book exceeded my expectations, particularly in the way that it pays homage to the old LEGO themes of classic space, ice planet, Blacktron, and Space Police, while creating things that are new and different.

The book is different from most LEGO books I can think of in that it tells a fictional story, starting from the US space program in the 1960s (Neil Armstrong’s footprint on the moon on p.7 is particularly nice) through to the distant future. It uses photographs of LEGO to illustrate this science fiction, as well as 3d renderings of the step-by-step instructions on how to build some of the models. These instructions are the only real ways in which the ‘fourth wall’ of the fictional universe is broken.

The story is a neat excuse for the authors to bring in elements from the various themes that I mentioned, starting with classic space (“The Federation” – pp. 20-59). If you’re unfamiliar with this theme, see http://lego.wikia.com/wiki/Classic_Space?file=Classic_Space_1979.jpg. The models that they show for this do a great job of keeping the color scheme (yellow, blue, grey) of the builds, while adding much more sophistication and detail than were ever present in the original sets.

The story continues on to Ice planet (see e.g. http://lego.wikia.com/wiki/Ice_Planet_2002), which this story renames as “Inhospitable Climate Engineers (ICE)” (pp.62-85). This was one of my favorite themes growing up, and I love how the authors have retained the blue, white, and orange color scheme in their builds, while introducing entirely new concepts, such as the ICE robots (pp. 76-77). The snowmobile build on p. 75 is also impressive.

Blacktron is up next (http://lego.wikia.com/wiki/Blacktron) starting around p. 116. One of my favorite two page spreads in the book is on pp. 122-123, in which these Blacktron lookalikes are attacking the Octania refueling ship. Fans of LEGO will instantly recognize that the name and color scheme (red, white, and green) of the Octania are a reference to Octan, the gas station in the town sets. (See http://lego.wikia.com/wiki/Octan)

The last main theme covered by the book is Space Police I (http://lego.wikia.com/wiki/Space_Police_I), whose ships are often black and blue, with distinctive transparent red canopies. The authors bring these into a more modern palette by changing the shade of blue and using many pieces which were not yet manufactured during the Space Police I theme (1989-1991).

Overall this book is amazing. My only problem with it is the story and prose. Here is one short excerpt:

“In the medical bay, the doctor was able to realize his increasingly bizarre dreams. His ambition reached new heights, and he went about his work with newfound passion. His scientific breakthroughs were as terrible as they were incredible” (p. 125)

I find that the writing is cliched and lackluster. The story is completely forgettable (I am struggling to remember one aspect of it after having read it about 2 weeks ago). I don’t think you would miss much just by looking at the pictures and admiring the models and skipping the story entirely.

The models are incredible in this book, and so too are the lighting and photography. This is an extremely well produced book, and some of the two page spreads could have come straight out of a movie. For instance, see pp. 154-155 which shows 3 soldiers in exoskeletons fighting off a mass of incoming aliens. The scene is shot from an overhead perspective, and you can see that the three soldiers are about to back right into each other, with no hope of escape.

If you are a fan of the LEGO space themes that I mentioned, then you will enjoy this book. It is full of fan service (e.g. the Octania ship I mentioned earlier), and all of the models are top notch. They manage to evoke the original theme without just copying directly. They bring the old styles into the modern day, using updated colors and pieces, and taking advantage of the roughly 20 years of progress between these early sets and today.
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The buildable models in the book are small and fun to build 12 décembre 2013
Par Sheila - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I wrote about LEGO Space in a blog post on brainpowerboy.com "LEGO Space is (please forgive me, but I really have to say it) out of this world. The building guides are well done and fairly typical for LEGO building instructions. The buildable models in the book are small and fun to build. The other LEGO models are great examples of creative, clever building techniques designed to be gawked at and to inspire brick builders. I am personally fond of the little robots in the story. They are pretty easy to build, yet have a lot of character. You can certainly get a Lot of great bricking ideas here. I am sure your boy will enjoy LEGO Space: Building the Future if he likes LEGO, space, robots, aliens or adventure stories. It is a good title to add to your LEGO collection for the story as well as the hands-on building and inspiration." No Starch Press is putting out some great LEGO titles lately. I received a copy of the book to review but would have gotten a copy for my son anyway. All opinions are my own--of course.
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I think that is why I enjoyed this book so much 13 décembre 2013
Par S. Sterling - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
As any LEGO builder can attest, there is always more to building than just stacking the bricks together; I think that is why I enjoyed this book so much. The authors combined the story of the Federation and their explorations and adventures in space, great building instructions, and pages of inspiration for builders into one comprehensive piece. Flipping through the pages I really liked how they had feature areas that provided background information on various space craft and robots seen in the book. There is no shortage of amazing images for inspiration!
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