Saturday, December 29, 2012

CGI animations for 1H13 sets

Last days have been quite prolific in terms of new posts (when compared to the long run TBs average...). Thus a few things have been pushed forward.

Now it is time to show you here the latest CGI animations produced by TLG, to promote the new 1H13 LEGO Technic sets, as they can be seen from website.

The animations are coming now with characteristic sounds from the machines they represent. Although I've muted them, before starting to receive complaints and requests to silence the videos.

In case you're planning to order some LEGO from, maybe you can consider to use one of the LEGO ads in this page. The easy way to order the LEGO sets of your preference and simultaneously support this blog.

LEGO TECHNIC New for 2012


PS: While writing this post, there are also some new building instructions becoming available online at LEGO website, and the new sets becoming available from at an increasing number of countries. Although these are not yet complete, hence I'll leave for a later post, when the information gets fully propagated at the LEGO website.


Ondra said...

Can you archive version with sounds there?They are amazing, fits perfectly to models.Mute this sounds is very bad idea.

TechnicBRICKs said...


Don't know what you meant with archive, but I've added a link at each one where you could launch the video in a separate window, with sound.

Having all them playing with sound simultaneously, shouldn't be nice also.

Ondra said...

Thank you very much.THat is what I imagine.

devdevza said...

Hi Fernando, I have managed to get my hands on the 42006 and have built it. I can email you some pictures if you like, but I can't find your contact details anywhere :*

TechnicBRICKs said...


I've it also, just did not yet find the time to complete a review...

Thanks anyway!

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