Tuesday, November 30, 2010

HispaBrick Magazine 009

It is our pleasure to announce the release of HispaBrick Magazine 009.

In this issue you you will find a wide variety of articles and interviews. Among other items, there is an interview with LDD Development Manager Claus Matthiesen on LDD4 and beyond, as well as articles on SR 3D and LDraw. There are also several Technic and MINDSTORMS related articles, a number of articles by great builders (including Nathanaël Kuipers and Nicolas Lespour aka Nico71) and an interview with Jørgen Vig Knudstorp, Chief Executive Officer of LEGO® A/S.

You can download the Spanish and the English version from www.hispabrickmagazine.com

Please don't forget to leave some feedback, either answering to this message or at infoAThispabrickmagazineDOTcom, also if you have any suggestions for future articles or would like to contribute to the next issue of the magazine

1 comment:

blakbird said...

HispaBrick is quickly becoming one of my favorite LEGO related items to read. Compared with some other magazines, I like the relatively large amount of Technic content. Of course, I like seeing pictures from my web site in there as well!

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