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Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts and updates via email. The other Phantom Menace set coming in June will be a new version of the LEGO Naboo Starfighter. I’m really excited to see what LEGO has cooked up for us with this Death Star Final Duel 75093 set! 75094 LEGO ought to be a decent size for the price-point that it’s at, and since this is specifically the hijacked Imperial Shuttle Tydirium, it should come with Rebel minifigures outfitted for Endor instead of Imperials this time. We’ll have to take a wait-and-see approach to this LEGO 75106 set until it debuts at Toy Fair 2015 next month. And now we travel out of the list of sets that we know some of the firm details for and into the list of ones that we do not.
We don’t know exactly what LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens sets will be released on this date, but we do know that a new LEGO Episode VII Milennium Falcon (likely LEGO 75105) and a new LEGO Episode VII X-Wing will be released on this date.
Lego is once again offering a whole lot of exclusives at this years San Diego Comic Con (SDCC).
For the 2015 Star Wars Celebration, held in Anaheim California, Lego created a whole series of Lego Star Wars posters. These Lego Star Wars posters were given out at the Star Wars Celebration, if you didn’t attend, there are many of these available online at various auction websites (eBay!). Lego recently revealed the massive SHIELD Helicarrier (76042) will be almost 3,000 pieces, with a $349.00 price tag. Lego has made at least two versions of the Star Wars AT-ST and each has their own unique problems. It was only a matter of time before we started to see Lego Friends and Lego Star Wars crossovers. Keeping this mechanical marvel in top condition is no small feat, requiring the assistance of many helpers including a pair of drones, a couple of Tauntauns, and many friends. Emma and Andrea came along to help out after a long day of courier deliveries made with their new Land speeder.
This AT-AT Cleaning Station recently made an appearance in a display window at the Vancouver Lego Store (November 2014).
Recently at BrickCon, Lego revealed its newest entry into the Lego Star Wars Ultimate Collectors Series (UCS) will be the iconic Slave I (75060). Best of all the scale of this ship feels right, the set doesn’t feel too large or too small.
The Slave I is a modded Firespray-31 class attack craft, famously used by Boba Fett, and Jango Fett.
Lego designed the model to work in both configurations, the vertical and horizontal positions.
Search the galaxy for fugitives with Boba Fett and his Slave I with rotating cockpit and wings, dual shooters and a display stand. This swamp slime sensory tub bubbles for hours and hours — ours was still going the next day!
Star Wars figures: We used our Yoda, Luke, and R2-D2 mini figures, and my son also added his beloved Wedge Antilles mini figure from the 2006 X-wing set. A toy X-wing: Ours is a Lego Star Wars 75032 X-wing Fighter from the Microfighters line of cute little Lego Star Wars ships and vehicles. Lego bricks to build scenery: We searched through our big tub of Lego to find all of the brown and green pieces we could. Then we pressed our chocolate slime playdough into one corner of the tub to make land for the hut to rest on.
Then he started running back and forth from his room to get other things he’d built in preparation for the sensory tub. Unlike the movie, they were both successful in lifting their ships out of the swamp all by themselves. Then we took the roof off of the hut and started to play inside the hut and on the land more. Then Wedge asked Yoda if they were going to drink swamp water, so we found two little Lego cups and filled them with a little bit of swamp.
My son enjoyed washing off the ships over and over, so a lot of the clean up happened while we were playing. Don’t forget to check out Fun-a-Day’s awesome Lego Star Wars Molten Lava Slime for Kids! Visit our other blog, Play Trains!, for activities, crafts, books, and other fun for kids who love trains.
Because I've undone some of the structure, the ship can't be played with really rough in this form like it could before, but it's far more than sturdy enough to display in any available form, and I discovered during the video, it can be securely displayed wings out or in, without an added stand.
Simply put, there's no substitute for a ground-up redesign, but this here satisfies my needs and I'm very happy with it for my personal purposes. I have always loved Lego since I was a child but never really got into building my own stuff. There have been many MOCs of the Venator ranging from simple 40ish piece models to that famous 35000 parts one and everything in-between. After this first attempt which was based heavily on the official Midi-Scale Imperial Star Destroyer I decided the model looked too fat vertically compared to the real thing and started to work on a thin version based on another person's MOC by V1lain. Around 15-20 hours later and I finally finished my first MOC (after basically going into hermit mode for a week). In the end I decided to start over and make one completely myself (which took heavy inspiration from Brickdoctor) I didn't realize people still remembered that MOC. One thing that I think really separates the great Star Destroyers at this size from the good ones is that the bottom hull should be angled upwards towards the bow.

This wave will contain five total sets and zero Episode VII sets (we’ll talk about those shortly). It’s been several years since the super-popular LEGO Imperial Shuttle 10212 UCS set was released, so the time was right for a mass-market Imperial Shuttle to make itself known. The second wave of LEGO Star Wars Summer 2015 sets will be released on September 4th, 2015–my fifth 29th birthday!
Does anything here get your blood pumping, or are you holding out for concrete details before getting excited? There’s only so much they can do within the theme, so subject matter gets repeated often. The 3 sets include DC Comics Super Heroes Action Comics #1 Superman, Marvel Super Heroes Throne of Ultron, and Lego Star Wars Dagobah Mini-build. A Marvel Super Heroes All New Captain America (Sam Wilson), and DC Comics Super Heroes Arsenal. There will be a total of 46 exclusives given away over the weekend (July 9th 2015 — July 12th).
The design of the model is a good compromise of the SNOT style and more typical Lego style.
This exclusive LEGO® Star Wars model features a rotating cockpit and wings for flight and landing mode, plus dual shooters and hidden blasters to repel attackers. Feel free to contact us with your MOCs or Custom Minifigures if you would like to see here. If you were lucky to be there early, you got a chance to build a Micro Ghost ship from the animated TV series and take it home.
If you click on one, we will receive a small commission — at no additional cost to you — on anything you buy at Amazon for a certain length of time afterwards. Another option would be the Angry Birds Star Wars figures (I would avoid using the Telepods figures for this, considering how easy it is to scratch the QR codes on the bottoms of them as it is).
Fortunately, we recently got a ton of the leafy green bamboo-like ones in a Pick-a-Brick haul from our local Lego Store.
My son was very insistent that there also be plenty of room for the characters to practice lightsaber battles on, so make sure you make enough playdough for that, too.
Here you can see Yoda sitting at the computer my kiddo built for him, doing his online shopping and ordering a new pot for swamp stew.
After a year and a half of blogging about train play at Play Trains!, this is our first activity we’re sharing here at Epic Fun for Kids. This was mainly because I am the type of person that builds Lego for display and not for play. This was because I love the ship's design and Lego only made a Play-set version which looked terrible. The biggest being while it would make the bow look nice it would also make the rear far too thick vertically and also cause the trench to be too thick for my liking. I've come to the conclusion that that the only way to get rid of the space in the trench at the bow of the ship is to angle both pieces. Sure the structural integrity goes out the window and I'll have to basically rework everything but it should work.
And as such, I don’t think anyone will be surprised to hear that LEGO is planning a whole LEGO Star Wars Episode VII line of sets for later in the year. The set’s makeup seems to be two sets from Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace, two sets from Star Wars Episode VI Return of the Jedi and one set of unknown origin (that I think may be from Rebels). The Flash Speeders appear only in Episode I, where they’re used as transports for the Naboo Soldiers primarily during the Battle of Naboo. This set will have to include minifigures of LEGO Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine and Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker–all of which are the only character who really make sense for this set. Personally, I’m hoping for option 2, as I would love a large set for the Rebels cartoon series.
If we’re really lucky, we should get to see these at the 2015 Toy Fair in New York next month (although I have very little hope for seeing any of the actual Episode VII sets at that event). Last year you needed to stand in super long lines in order to purchase these, and most people who waited found out they were sold out.
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The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and Revenge of the Sith are based on the theatrical release posters, while A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi are based on the Special Edition release. Lego has even released a Star Wars Celebration Exclusive set called the Tatooine Mini-Build. Lego has also released an Ultimate Collector’s Imperial AT-ST (10174) which looks great but is much larger then previous AT-ST. It just so happens that this is not their only Lego Friends and Star Wars themed MOC; they also created the AT-AT Cleaning Station.
Tyler Sky works on a lot of Lego Friends themed stuff, so keep an eye out for more featured displays. Most of the exposed studs act as a sort of texture, giving the Slave I a well used appearance. Reenact the capture of Han Solo in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back and take off from Bespin with the carbonite-imprisoned Rebel hero in the cargo hold.
Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to make it to the event but fellow SandLUG member Charlie did and he was kind enough to send us the instructions for the build. Asia from Fun at Home with Kids sparked the idea in a conversation we had when she was holding her awesome Slime Week.
Or you could laminate some Star Wars stickers with a thermal laminator or clear contact paper.

We set the hut on top of the land, and then spread a layer of baking soda over the bottom of the tub. The slime is water soluble, so it comes off without too much trouble, but I washed them a second time just to make sure there wouldn’t be any lingering slimy stickiness. Thankfully, I was able to commandeer an existing pivot point in the design and make some quick adjustments to enable some glory to ooze out of the pores of the model. I care about how accurate the Lego model is compared to the real thing and don't care at all about how fun or practical it is to play with. I still feel she's way to thick verticaly but that was the only way to ensure structural stability. First of all some of the bricks were incorrectly shipped (some color and a few wrong pieces). The strongest way to do that is with a triangle of Technic beams, just like TLG did in their Midi-scale Imperial-class Star Destroyer.
This would make it look way more thick vertically at the back than I'm comfortable with though. But you may be surprised to hear that the Summer 2015 LEGO Star Wars sets will be split into two months–with the LEGO Episode VII sets releasing on a national holiday: my birthday! This collection makes for a great series by avoiding the teaser posters, and the original trilogy theatrical posters. The idea is to create something that appeals to both boys and girls, without being boring or dumbed down.
It will include a Boba Fett, Han Solo (and Carbonite version), Bespin guard, and Stormtooper Minifigures.
And now there’s another super fun kind of sensory play that my son is excited about doing! To get the slime out of the little Lego cups and some small gaps on the Lego X-wing, I used a wet Q-tip to get the slime out. You can also follow us on Pinterest, Facebook, and Google+ — and don’t forget to subscribe to our new YouTube channel! I can't afford to have a huge collection of Lego to use to create models up to my standards. I am 99% sure this thing will be rock solid in real life and am just waiting for my parts to arrive before building it. The much bigger problem however are a few structural weak spots caused by the types of bricks (60471) I choose to use for the rigging. Not to mention that a for a model of this size, the structural instability would be way too much (I plan to use a platform stand).
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There is a great demand to have an accurate representation of the AT-ST that is appropriately sized to the Star Wars Minifigs.
The end result is a smashing success, as they have won the “Medium Planetary Structure” award at BrickCon 2014. This Lego Star Wars MOC, titled A Bad Day for Admiral Piett, is a great example of the humor found in Lego. Our next sensory tub is going to have to be Fun-a-Day’s amazing Lego Star Wars Molten Lava Slime for Kids. I also wasn't skilled enough with creating original physical models to be able to use the various virtual programs made by fans to create stuff that I was sure would actually work in real life.
That way you could keep both hulls straight and hinged to the engine area, and complete the triangle with a connection somewhere in the bow area. They start off building a verity of smaller sets, but work their way up to Benny’s Spaceship, a Star Wars AT-AT, and the green Lego Mini. Maybe in the future Lego will revisit this idea and release more Lego Star Wars posters (the original Star Wars poster sure would be appreciated). The AT-AT is based on the official Lego AT-AT (75054) but has received an extensive paint job. There are many amazing mid scale fan creations but none of them are willing to share building instructions (either since they designed it using real bricks or they just don't want to).
If you happen to be in Anaheim, and have tickets to the Celebration, make sure to pick up on of these exclusives! The walker has a surprisingly large range of motion, thanks to its ball jointed legs, and is sturdy enough to stand on its own. Everything you would expect is here, Tauntauns, a Snowspeeder, an AT-AT, Emma, Andrea, and even a defense turret.
Since I had such a hard time finding instructions I'll post my work in progress and final version LDD files for anyone that wants them. The programs couldn't actually recognize proper or more importantly improper connections.
The only other alternative was Lego's own Lego Digital Designer which was incredibly basic at best. On the bright side (aside from some bricks that are the wrong color) she looks pretty much identical to the 3D model. For my first MOC i'm really happy with the results so far and now that I have a physical model I am confident some minor tweaking here and there should make her nice and durable. I'll post the version that wont fall to pieces at the slightest touch once my new parts arrive in a week or so.

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