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LEGO® Star Wars™

This is how we play

Go beyond the build with LEGO® Star Wars™. Create new worlds, new stories and new masterpieces. How will you play?

CREATE LIKE A TRUE FAN

The force is certainly strong with our adult fan creators. From all corners of the galaxy, here are some of the amazing creations that show just how epic it can get when you find new ways to play with LEGO Star Wars™.

BRICK PHOTO

BRICKORAMA

BRICK PHOTO

Do you love taking great shots? Set the scene and create photos that bring the LEGO® Star Wars™ world to life in your own home! Get creative with lighting, backgrounds and builds to create your own photographic masterpiece.

BRICK ART

Creating amazing LEGO® art pieces doesn’t have to mean just building. You can bring LEGO Star Wars™ to life in your own way! Get creative and start crafting your own Brick Art.

BRICK FILM

Have a LEGO® Star Wars™ story you want to tell? Make a Brick Film of it! From the script to the set, you can create the intergalactic story of your dreams.

BRICKORAMA

Using LEGO® bricks and minifigures to create amazing dioramas (we call them Brickoramas) is an awesome way to tell stories. From the snowy world of Hoth™ to the deserts of Tatooine™, you can bring any scene to life!

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THE RACE IS ON!

Check out this amazing space race Brick Film. Using minifigures and builds from across the galaxy together in fun and exciting ways, LEGO® Star Wars™ fan Forrest Whaley has made his adventure real!

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HOW TO MAKE A MINIFIGURE WALK

Want to learn how to make your Stormtroopers™ march? In this video, Forrest Whaley demonstrates the process of creating a minifigure walk in stop motion animation. It can help to watch how people walk to get the movements down. When you put one leg forward, swing the opposite arm of the minifigure forwards. With each movement, shift the torso just a little bit to make it look a little more realistic. Then, once you’ve created this small walking loop, you can repeat it! Check out the video for a full tutorial.

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HOT TO GET STARTED ON YOUR FIRST BRICK FILM

It can be hard to know where to start when making your first stop motion Brick Film. In this video, Forrest Whaley talks about the importance of an animatic – or a sketch of what he is planning for his Brick Film. The first thing you want to do is decide on the story you want to tell. Then, you can make quick sketches of each scene you want to have in your film. Don’t forget to add in transition shots showing how you get from one shot to another. Watch this video to see how Forrest makes his animatics.

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HOW TO BUILD A BACKGROUND

One really cool way to add depth, light and movement into your Brick Film is to use a projection in the background. In this video, Forrest Whaley teaches you about a rear screen projection and how he uses animation and a projector to make his backgrounds move. You can do this in your own home by using a computer, TV or tablet screen in the background!

BRICKORAMA

BRICK BIG

Creating a LEGO® diorama, or Brickorama, is a great way to show off your building skills while also telling a story captured in time. Brickoramas can be small or BIG like this Brickorama by David Hall. In his build, he’s telling the story of The Bad Batch™ being hunted down by Imperial Troops in the forests of Daro™. Desperate to find cover, the gang reaches a hillside where they meet Crosshair™ alongside a pack of Stormtroopers™. In the skies, a fierce battle between good and evil is taking place. Watch his how-to videos to get some info about how to create your own Brickorama and tell your story.

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LEARN WHY SNOT ROCKS

It may sound funny, but SNOT is no joke. It stands for ‘Studs Not On Top’ and it’s a great way of building with LEGO® bricks! Building the SNOT way means angling your bricks in a way that brings landscapes to life. Check out this video where David Hall takes you through how he used SNOT to build his Brickorama, and for examples of how you can do it yourself!

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HOW TO CREATE A FLIGHT

Want to make a Speeder fly? Bring big action to life using transparent bricks! In this video, David Hall takes you through all of the pieces and techniques he uses to make his ships appear to be flying in his Brickorama. What can you make fly in your Brickorama? Give it a try!

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MINIFIGURES MAKING MOVES

Want to add some character emotion to your set-up? Pay attention to your minifigures! With little arms that wing, tiny hands that rotate and different facial expressions you can do a lot with a minifigure. Take a look at this video to see how David Hall brings his minifigures to life.

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TAKE THE SKIES

Bring your Brick Photos to life by taking your models into the sky! Build your scene and hang your models from above to add some drama to your story. Be sure to use lighting to create depth in your shot!

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THE BADDEST BATCH AROUND

The Bad Batch™ is at it again! What have LEGO® Hunter™, LEGO Wrecker™, LEGO Tech™, LEGO Crosshair™ and LEGO Echo™ gotten themselves into now?!

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THE GALAXY GROWS

Innovative backgrounds can show off just how massive your galaxy is! How amazing is this action scene photo taken in a living room?!

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BRING YOUR STILL LIFE TO LIFE

It’s time for a little Grogu™ still life practice! Grab your minifigure and follow along as Casper teaches you how to make your minifigure drawing float. The first step is creating a base sketch out of pencil so you can make changes to the face and body shape until you get it just how you want it. Then, go over all the lines, including the details, with a thin marker. Next, go back around the outside of the drawing with a thicker marker. This will give your minifigure some weight on the page. When it comes to color, try using different hues of the same color to create depth and show off the details. And now for the final step – making it float! Use a soft color under the minifigure to shade in a little spot that kind of mimics the shape of your minifigure. Think about what your shadow would look like if you were floating!

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IN A KITCHEN FAR, FAR AWAY

You can create a whole new world ANYWHERE! This amazing Mandalorian battle scene was created with kitchen tools and food! Can you see where the kitchen stops and the battle starts?

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THE BATTLE THROUGH THE FOG

The day is getting dark and a bit spooky where this Mandalorian Kom’rk™ ship has landed. Good thing we’re ready for anything…

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    Grogu™ is ready to fight with the help of The Force™ and food!

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    Keep your eyes on the skies! Watch out for those TIE Fighters™!

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    Here come the Troopers and, oh no, Moff Gideon™?!

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    Shhhh… Some allies are sneaking in.

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    The Bad Batch™ and the Mandalorians are here to save the day with some help from some delicious allies!

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    Bring in the rescue watermelon!

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    The troops are flying into battle!

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    The time to fight is now! Who will win this battle?!

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    Mando and Grogu™ are an unstoppable team. Take that, Moff Gideon™!

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    A Jedi™ can use The Force™ to team up with anyone! Even a watermelon…

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    It’s a battle for the kitchen! Watch out!

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    Time for a celebration with all our favorite heroes! What an action-packed picnic.

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MAKING SNOWY SCENES

How do you make a snowy scene come to life? Watch how Benedek Lampert uses ordinary things around his house like flour, cardboard and garbage bags to build a snowy mountain-scape for his amazing brick photo. You can add even more details to your photos when you get creative. Make trees out of cardboard or position your minifigures doing cool moves by using paper clips!

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USE THE ELEMENTS

Water, metal, smoke, light – Use the elements you have to your advantage to add texture and atmosphere to your brick photos. Benedek Lampert is an expert at finding new ways to use things like metal and wire to bring his photography to life. Try capturing mist or a lens flare from a reflection to bring your image to life.

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MAKE IT MOVE

Simple movements can make big changes to photos. Try out different ways to make your scenery move around your models or find ways to make your models move on their own! Fishing line can be a great tool to make things look like they’re floating and moving on their own.

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A SILLY STAND-OFF​

Boba Fett™ is on the hunt for Han Solo™! Can Boba Fett trick Han and ambush him? Let’s see…​

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THE FORCE™ IN THE… FRUIT?

What would happen if a troop transport ship found a massive, delicious dragon fruit? They’d share it of course!

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RACE THROUGH THE ROOM​

Look at that speed! Do you think a Starfighter™ has a chance to outpace an X-wing™?

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EXPLORING A NEW LAND​

The Imperial Troops have found a new place to explore! What would they find if they explored your home?

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TRY A HAND-DRAWN HUNTER™

Try your skills at drawing a speedy scene from The Bad Batch™ featuring Hunter™. Get a good look at your hoverbike and minifigure, then start drawing! First you will want to draw everything down in pencil. Pay attention to any details. For this base layer it’s OK to make mistakes! Also, fill in the surrounding page with things like motion lines and dust to make it look like your bike is speeding! Next, outline everything in a thin black marker and then the outer-most line with a thicker black marker. When it comes to color, be sure to use different hues to build shadows and highlights in your drawing. It’s those details that really bring it to life. To make your bike hover, add a hoverbike-shaped shadow below your drawing. The darker the shadow, the lower it looks to the ground. Finally, push those highlights with a white paint pen or colored pencil.

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“THIS IS MY FACE”​

Think painting the iconic Boba Fett™ will be too difficult? Think again! Watch how Scott Anthony combines 2 paint colors and creates the perfect minifigure Boba Fett portrait with just a palette knife and a marker. Use any medium you want! Oil paint, watercolors – anything that makes you feel creative. How will you play?

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THIS IS THE WAY

We love the details in this Bo-Katan Kryze™ minifigure illustration. The colors, the Gauntlet Starfighter™ and the heroes.

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FEEL THE SPEED

What an action-packed moment! From the motion-blurred background to the dust flying up around the Speeder, this photo brings the story to life!

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A BATTLE OF SHIPS

Are you a TIE Fighter™ fan or an X-wing™ fan? Choose your side in this epic photo on Hoth™.

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SAY HELLO TO THE BAD BATCH™

Brick Art by Scott Anthony. The Bad Batch™ is here and ready to take flight! Check out this amazing piece of art featuring LEGO® Hunter™, LEGO Wrecker™, LEGO Tech™, LEGO Crosshair™ and LEGO Echo™!

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FIND THE WAY

Discover the steps of how to create epic Star Wars™ themed drawings with just pencils! Watch as Scott Anthony builds up his scene by layering details and colors over a base sketch. Try this yourself with your favorite Star Wars characters!

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THIS IS MY FACE

Learn how to paint LEGO® Boba Fett™!

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FIND YOUR ANGLES

Here are some great tips and tricks from Suné Horn on how to add the right lighting, angles and effects to your shots. Remember that you can make your own lighting kit in your home with what you have! You can always use natural light or if you want something more dramatic, you can add a spotlight!