HOW DO I BUILT LEGO TRAINS



guys i am new to building trains and don't really know what i'm doing could you offer me some points there is so many things i could get wrong so i am apprehensive about building lego trains which by the way i never new existed.

9 comments:

  1. YES. CONFORM. STICK TO LIFE. NO ORIGINALITY. IT CANNOT BE BUILT ANY OTHER WAY.

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  2. If you build it any other way, you are fucking wrong.

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  3. You know, Nicodemus has a good point. I mean, people are so stuck in a rut about minifigs having two arms, two legs, one head...who says that they're supposed to represent people? Why not 5 legs, or 8 heads? I mean, it's not any more "right" or "wrong," just other, right?

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  4. James is a man after my heart.

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  5. Yeah, some days I don't quite get to be the snarky blagmaster that I dream of and just make tongue-in-cheek troll comments instead.

    In more seriousness, though, it really does depend on how you approach Lego trains. Since my background was in Live Steam and HO in my childhood, before I knew that the AFOL community existed, I wanted to build fairly-detailed, transition-era North American trains. I eventually compromised with myself not to force O-gauge knuckle couplers in my MOCs, and realized while it's not to hard to appreciate Cale or Sava or [insert your favorite builder here]'s work, getting really quality stuff like that takes time, money, brick, and talent.

    tl;dr - If you really want to build American trains with buffers with your bricks, who am I to judge.

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  6. "is [...] things"?

    I am so dissapoint in you right now

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  7. I wonder if it was intentional. Also, can someone fix my lenk above?

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  8. I doubt it was intentional.

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