Looking for some inspiration and awesome LEGO Space builds? Then look no further than the LEGO Space Projects book by Jeff Friesen. It’s beautifully put together with amazing photography and some techniques that everyone needs to have in their LEGO Building arsenal!
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About the LEGO Space Projects book
Build dozens of unique and intricate spacecraft with LEGO.
Build 52 galaxy-hopping LEGO spacecraft that can fit in the palm of your hand! Complete with step-by-step instructions and stunning full-colour photography.
LEGO Space Projects rocket right past the standard science-fiction tropes, taking you to the edge of galactic design. The models in this book are built for enlightened celestial ambitions, like botanical research, comet mining, solar sailing, and experimental drive testing.
Get inspired by real-life spacecraft as you transform a handful of bricks into NASA-grade propulsion systems, heat shields, and solar collectors. Or let your imagination soar as you snap together an explorer mecha with manoeuvring thrusters and hypersonic Cloud Skimmer.
LEGO fans of all skills and ages will have a blast building dozens of cleverly styled models, from sleek to comical, from retro to futuristic, from space stations to flying saucers—and beyond.
Projects range from 8 bricks to 100, and are brought to life by stunning full-colour photography, witty descriptions, and detailed technical specs. Build them using the book’s clear, step-by-step instructions, or use the techniques as a launchpad for your own designs.
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And if you’re interested in one of his other excellent books, be sure to check out LEGO Micro Cities!
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