White Angles

Back when this TLCB Writer was a boy, LEGO bricks came in exactly three angles; Right, 45°, and Somewhere (half-way?) in Between.

Not so today, where a myriad of wedges are available in numerous widths, lengths, and thicknesses, and it seems previous bloggee Fabrice Larcheveque has deployed every single one of them in his recreation of Lamborghini’s ultra limited-run Reventon.

Inspired by a fellow previous bloggee The G Brix and constructed in 8-wide Speed Champions scale, Fabrice’s Reventon captures the angular aesthetic of the real car brilliantly, and there’s more to see of his collection of wedges here.

3 thoughts on “White Angles

  1. Fabrice

    Thanks TLCB for posting my model, but I’d like to clarify that this is based on an original brilliant MOC from the G-brix, which I slightly changed. So c. 80% of the credit should go to this talented car MOC designer rather than me.

    1. thelegocarblogger Post author

      Hello Fabrice

      Thanks for your message and for clarifying the origins of the design. The G Brix contacted us also and we have amended the text accordingly.

      However, as the builder please ensure your image descriptions state credit where it is due.

      We can only go on the information provided by the builder when we blog models. If we doubt this is correct or if credit is routinely missing we rule out that builder from appearing here.

      Kind regards
      TLCB Team

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