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Brick Flicks: 60 Iconic Movie Scenes and Posters to Make from Lego (Brick...Lego Series) Paperback – 1 Oct 2014
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"There's no such thing as too many cool LEGO creations, and here's another fun book of them "
"This is an enjoyable book with some great LEGO images great care was taken in choosing the minifigures. This makes the images in the book so much more authentic and professional."
"A perfect gift for the LEGO enthusiast and film fans alike "
--"San Diego Family Magazine"
There s no such thing as too many cool LEGO creations, and here s another fun book of them
This is an enjoyable book with some great LEGO images great care was taken in choosing the minifigures. This makes the images in the book so much more authentic and professional.
A perfect gift for the LEGO enthusiast and film fans alike
San Diego Family Magazine
About the Author
Warren Elsmore is a world-renowned LEGO modeler and the best-selling author of Brick City and Brick Wonders, both available in North America from Barron s.
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Brick Flicks takes 60 movie scenes and recreates them using regular LEGO pieces. It covers a range of genres, such as sci-fi and horror, drama and classics, action and adventure, and comedy and musicals. Each scene has a write-up about the movie and the LEGO recreation, along with (in many cases) the still image that the scene was created from. Interspersed throughout the book are instructions on how to build some of the smaller props, such as Elliot's back from ET and the neuralizer from Men In Black. To be clear, this does not come with instructions on how to build each scene. That is something you'd have to figure out on your own if you're so inclined.
Two things stand out in Brick Flicks. The first is the extreme creativity in what you can do with LEGO. Warren and Teresa can build just about anything, and they have a full knowledge of all the LEGO pieces and how they can be purposed. The other thing is the photography. In short, it is stunning. The lighting, the angles, the shadows... it's all incredible.
I loved Brick Flicks, and I continue to be amazed at what can be done with those little pieces of plastic.
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