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The LEGO Neighborhood Book - Build a LEGO Town! [Anglais] [Broché]

Brian Lyles , Jason Lyles
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  • Broché: 204 pages
  • Editeur : No Starch Press (3 octobre 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1593275714
  • ISBN-13: 978-1593275716
  • Dimensions du produit: 20,3 x 1,5 x 19,8 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Génial 22 octobre 2014
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Les deux auteurs vendent des plans en ligne pour construire de superbes maisons. Ce livre, par rapport au prix d'un plan, vous offre plusieurs pistes de réflexion, plein d'exemples de mobiliers, ainsi que plusieurs plans complets de constructions. J'aime beaucoup.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must have book for the custom Lego builder! 1 octobre 2014
Par Norman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I really like this book! I just got the book today and have already read it cover to cover. I’m very impressed overall and will be using it for reference when experimenting with my own custom Lego builds.

I’m biased towards this type of a Lego book because it’s oriented towards folks who like the Architecture and Creator sets and would like to create their own custom builds but could use some ideas on how to add those little details that really make your sets stand out.

About 1/3rd of the way through the book, you’ll see a custom Chili’s restaurant. I’d purchased those designs from the authors and built the set last summer. The set sits on a shelf at my house and gets as many compliments as my purchased Lego sets do. It’s nice to see their other creative work in this book.

This isn’t one of those books filled with giant, complex Lego builds that the average user never has the time or brick collection to build. I love those books too, but this book is one that I’ll have splayed open on the dining room table this weekend playing around with the step-by-step designs they’ve included in their book. Highly recommended!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A great resource for those interested in minifigure scale buildings 6 octobre 2014
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Disclaimer: I received a free review copy from No Starch Press

If you have ever gone to a convention where there is a LEGO exhibit, then you have probably seen elaborate displays of city life. Skyscrapers soar to the rafters, cars wind their way through the streets, minifigures enter and leave the various shops and establishments. They represent a moment in time in a city, either real or imagined.

Prior to reading this book, I had no idea how these feats of creativity and engineering were accomplished. Due to the scale and complexity, I imagined that there must be multiple builders involved. I wondered how each builder ensured that his or her creation would fit with the rest of the city. Were there elaborate blueprints drawn up and exchanged among all of the crew?

Brian Lyles and Jason Lyles, two brothers who build models for such displays, answer these questions and more in The LEGO Neighborhood Book. The first chapter details a standard of building sizes and part placement that allow the city to be constructed plate by plate and later joined together. This standard, known as the "Café Corner", is a natural scale at which to build as it allows minifigures to be the inhabitants of the city; windows, doorframes, and other elements look an appropriate size next to them. While cityscapes could be built at much different scales (the displays in LEGOLand in California, for instance, use a much larger scale to show even more detail), the book focuses almost exclusively on this minifigure scale world.

The rest of the book concerns the design of these buildings, including such topics as choosing which buildings to build, how to incorporate color and contrast into the models, the importance of symmetry in brick placement to more closely approximate how real buildings are built, and most importantly, how to approximate details in the real world with the imperfect assortment of LEGO pieces that have been manufactured.

The most interesting part of the book to me was the Bricks Everywhere chapter which shows photographs of buildings or building details like moulding or awnings and the pieces that the authors would use to represent them. It showcases the authors' talent and expertise - I would not have thought of many of these solutions.

Other sections of the book include adding details to the buildings through elements like columns and railing, windows and shutters, plant life, benches, scaffolding, stop lights, and various pieces of furniture that belong in different areas of a house.

Most of the LEGO images are computer renderings rather than photographs. In my opinion this was a good choice as it more easily allows the reader to see small details in how they were built; these details are often lost when photographed. There are a few examples of their final creations which are photographed; the Chili's example on p. 69 is particularly impressive.

A large portion of the book is spent on step-by-step instructions for building two large buildings - one being a corner drugstore, and one being a home. The interesting part to me was that the last build is itself modular - the authors shows how the same base house can be transformed into a Parisian apartment, a Colonial Row House,and a Canal Ring House, merely by attaching different windows shutters, door frames, walkways and other elements to the front of the house.

Conclusion
This books does a great job of explaining the basics of modular LEGO neighborhood construction. It provides dozens of examples of details and techniques that transform what could be a lifeless building into one that appears lived in and part of a real time and place.

I have a few complaints about the book. One, I would have preferred if there were more text and meat to the book. Since it is comprised of so many pictures, it is a very fast read. I would love if there were interviews with other builders of this same style, particularly if they had different ideas than the two authors.

The second complaint is that the book does not make clear who its audience is. It mentions topics like SNOT (Studs not on top) but then doesn't really explain how that technique works or how it could be used to good effect within these LEGO houses. This shows me that the authors expect their audience to be at least intermediate to advanced builders, which does not always match the tone and content of the rest of the book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An AFOL 'must' buy...... 1 octobre 2014
Par KindleKindle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is a 'must' for AFOLs. Great ideas for not only the building structure, but for building interiors.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 at first I thought to be a waste. Then I looked at them step by step ... 3 octobre 2014
Par Bud Reece - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
As an AFOL, with two CFOL, this book was a must. As said before it covers modular buildings inside and outside. Techniques shown here also apply to other building genres. The directions, at first I thought to be a waste. Then I looked at them step by step and learned a few building tricks, so take it as you wish. For the price I am happy. If you have smaller kids (say under 10-12?) this is not a book they will like. There are plenty of other lego books for children.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Great Lego Building Guide 23 octobre 2014
Par G. Bradford - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
A great guide to building with Lego. What I like most about the book is that the Lyles Bros. encourage the reader/enthusiast to come up with other ways to build furniture, accesories, buidlings, etc.
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