Tuesday, April 1, 2008

First answers, now at Design Studio

"Happy April 1st, everyone!", it's the way it started. ;)

No it is not an April Fools joke!
In the sequence of the 'TECHNIC Design Studio' recent announcement here at TBs , the first fan questions have now been answered at 'Ask a Designer' section.
Now lets hope they find the time to answer more, and continue at good rhythm.

And we got to know, they are working to shoot a new TV commercial next week, for the fall and new TECHNIC sets.

1 comment:

Alex Campos said...

I hope the new commercial won't be like the one for the 8285 Tow Truck: there's something about it that I don't like, but I can't quite put my finger on what it is. One like the one for the 8800 Supercar would be purrrfect, though!

Anyway, I got the inspiration to ask them a question about a matter that has certainly popped in the head of every LEGO user, especially people like iLego's Mauricio.

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