Monday, December 17, 2012

HispaBrick Magazine 015

HispaBrick Magazine 015 is out and once again a great Technic MOC has made it to the front page. But that is not all there is for the die-hard Technic and MINDSTORMS fan.

In this edition Eric Albrecht (aka Blakbird) presents the first instalment of his long awaited POV-Ray tutorial. In addition there is an article on a new tool to render LDD constructions with POV-Ray. Now there really is no excuse for not trying your hand at making a high quality render of your best MOC.

You will also be able to read the second part of Kevin Clague's excellent Pneumatic Sequencing tutorial which unfortunately is no longer available on-line.

Oton Ribic presents his fourth article which deals with Technic precision, tackling such subjects as backlash and how to reduce or even prevent it, there is a review of the 9396 Helicopter and another review of Sariel's excellent Unofficial LEGO Technic Builders Guide.

There are of course many more articles on a wide variety of subjects, so have a look at the embedded magazine below or download your own free copy from the HispaBrick Magazine website.



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