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  1. A Heartfelt Thank You from the Webrick Family

    Dear Webrick Family, as Thanksgiving approaches, we want to take a moment to express our sincere gratitude to each member of our incredible community.

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  2. Announcement: Price Increase for Loose Bricks

    We hope you're well. Some of you might notice or be informed from our Facebook, that we've adjusted the pricing for loose bricks.

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  3. The Definition Of LEGO MOC: A Full Explanation

    We all know that LEGO features a variety of different sets. There is almost a set for every person and every interest. However, you might occasionally find that newer things that are designed and made in the world do not have a set yet. LEGO MOC would be the way to go to create these specific items and sets.

    What Is LEGO MOC? LEGO MOC stands for “My Own Creations", which means that you can gather sets and blueprints for sets online to create setups and objects that have previously been unavailable. These allow LEGO Artist to come to fruition and once you understand the LEGO MOC meaning, you can create your very own unique objects.

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  4. Rebrickable vs Bricklink vs Webrick: What’s The Differences?

    With the prices of LEGO becoming almost unaffordable for many households and most LEGO only available in sets, many LEGO alternative online stores have come up. These online stores sell LEGO-compatible bricks that could help you enhance your collection and even build a few MOCs with loose bricks.

    Rebrickable vs Bricklink vs Webrick: What’s The Differences? No matter which of these websites you visit, it can be a bit daunting for novice LEGO players to understand. Rebrickable serves as a great database for storing all your bricks, whereas the other two are online stores where you can buy and fill up new bricks for model creations.

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  5. How To Get Lego Technic Pieces And Parts In Bulk

    If traditional Lego does not cut it for you, LEGO Technic is the way to go. This initiative allows builders to build more advanced and complex models, which offer more technical functions. For instance, these models would be able to bend and move like the real thing and cars are often the best way to use them.

    What Is LEGO Technic? In 1977, LEGO introduced the "Expert Builder" series, which was later renamed "Technical Lego". The idea of these sets is that they would contain special and unique pieces like rods, gears, and pins, which offers a new way of building functional models. It is one of the best ways to take your current MOC to the next level.

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  6. LEGO MOC Hoonipigasus

    You might have seen the Hoonipigasus at the latest Hill Climbing Competitions and it has certainly rose to fame thanks to the legendary Ken Block. However, building your own version can be the most fun you could have with Webrick.

    The versatility of Webrick have made it possible to create your own Hoonipigasus with different loose bricks and following a custom set of instructions. If you have ever wanted to recreated the Hoonipigasus, the following article should be a great read.

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  7. How To Buy LEGO Compatible Bricks

    With the prices of LEGO rising each year, fewer and fewer people are in a position to continue buying some of these bricks. Many have turned to alternatives, which are often a bit cheaper, but still compatible with traditional LEGO. Knowing where and how to buy LEGO-compatible bricks is a great way to expand your collection.

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  8. Webrick Spotlight on design featuring Hea-On-Jea by Ohsojang

    I can’t be the only one who has spent a Sunday afternoon browsing houses online, imagining what it would be like to buy my dream home and go all out decorating the interior. Unfortunately, I’ll never be able to afford my dream home, but at least I can have fun building a miniature version of it. And if I was browsing for my ideal house, the beautifully designed Hea-On-Jea would certainly be on the list. 

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  9. Webrick Spotlight on design featuring the X-Wing T-65 by Jerac

    In this post, we’ll be shining a light on one of the most iconic ships in the Star Wars universe, the X-Wing. Aptly named after the shape the wings make when expanded. 


    While Lego already produces an X-Wing model, it’s a far cry from the UCS class models it has created for some other Star Wars ships. It comes in at a meager 474 pieces and lacks a lot of fine detail of the model we are featuring today. 

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  10. Webrick Spotlight on design featuring the Razor Crest by Edge of Bricks

    Without a doubt, some of the most popular Lego MOCs around come from the Star Wars universe, and really, that’s no big surprise. Star Wars is massively popular amongst people of all ages, with dozens upon dozens of fantastic ship designs to choose from. 

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