Tuesday, April 3, 2012

HispaBrick Magazine 013

HispaBrick Magazine celebrates its 4th anniversary with the largest issue to date: 100 pages (including cover and back).

The magazine brings the usual variety of topics and I'd like to highlight a few that may be of special interest to the readers of this blog:
  • Oton Ribic has contributed the second part of his ongoing article about Technic structures giving some practical examples of how to build sturdy structures
  • The first part of Kevin Clague's excellent tutorial on pneumatic sequences is republished
  • An interview with Marek Markiewicz about his Technic/Model Team MOCs
  • Andrea Lattanzio writes about his large scale Volvo Truck models
  • ... and who knows, you may enjoy some of the non-Technic articles as well (like "A day in the life of Jørgen Vig Knudstorp") :)

You can read the magazine on-line at issuu or download it from one of the links provided at the HispaBrick Magazine website.

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