Friday, January 4, 2008

Flash animations published at LEGO TECHNIC webpage, for new 2008 sets

Just found challenging to find the way, to include a flash animation into o post at TBs...
So now I got the right excuse ;).

LEGO just published their flash animations for the new 2008 TECHNIC sets, at their Products Page.

So here it is the most featured set released this season (however animation lacks movement for the PF motorized features),






However my favorite flash animation of a TECHNIC set (since moving parts are really animated), was...


1 comment:

dunx125 said...

I really like the Design School, but they seem to have completely stopped updating. There are still only 3 lessons, and its been up there for ages! It could be very useful for Beginner-Intermediate Technic builders.

P.S This gallery - http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=288787 looks to be the likely place for the late 2008 technic sets. Eurobricks is another likely candidate.

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