The LEGO Neighborhood Book 2: Build Your Own City!

September 30, 2019 - Comment
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Step-by-step instructions show how to build detailed LEGO models of neighborhoods – complete with homes, stores, restaurants, barbershops, and more.

Enter the fantastical world of model building. The LEGO Neighborhood Book 2 is a full-color guide to creating intricate, bustling LEGO neighborhoods, and cities. In this second volume, a follow up to the runaway best-selling first volume, readers learn even more ways to create classic architectural styles using only LEGO bricks. In addition to creating entire buildings, LEGO model-building experts Brian and Jason Lyles also show readers how to create interesting architectural features like cornices, false fronts, porches, and detailed interiors and furniture. With instructions for three buildings and many smaller builds, The LEGO Neighborhood Book 2 is sure to provide hours of building fun and inspiration for readers of all ages.


Anonymous says:

Not a beginner’s book. This book is the sequel to “The LEGO Neighborhood Book: build your own Town! “It tells how to build more modular houses that fit in with the Minifig scale “Lego Modular Buildings” such as “Café Corner”, “Market Street”, Green Grocer”, “Fire Brigade”, “Grand Emporium”, “Pet Shop”, “Town Hall”, “Palace Cinema”, “Parisian Restaurant”, “Detective’s Office”, “Brick Bank”, “Assembly Square” and “Downtown Diner”, etc.It explains the system which enables you to make buildings that…

Anonymous says:

Great book, a must have for the Lego Modular Fan This is the followup to the Lyles brothers utterly jaw droppingly amazing Lego Neighborhood Book. The First book is perhaps the best book a Lego fan could ever get their hands on. This one is not quite that good, but is easily the second best of potential Lego books.Much like the first the brothers start off with some easy to follow guides for capturing real world architectural details in Lego form. And some excellent examples of different styles or periods of architecture converted…

blank Anonymous says:

Insightful but almost feels like it’s missing something This is more of an accompaniment to the first book rather than a stand alone. Keep in mind this feels more like an inspiration book rather than a “show you how it’s done” example book. Build instructions are generally limited to small builds like the piano as pictured in the sample pictures.Techniques and ideas for building the general structures may be mentioned and pictured but it’s up to the reader to use their imagination and available parts bin. This is not to say it as a bad…

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