Feedback & Submission Suggestions

Lego Letter

If you’ve found a LEGO creation that our Elves have missed, or would like to comment on what we’ve posted so far, we’d love to hear from you! Simply use the handy comments box below…

Please note that self-requests are not encouraged and will not generate a response from TLCB Team.

Before submitting a creation for consideration please read The Lego Car Blog Submission Guidelines, and you can find answers to some frequently asked questions here.

 TLCB Team

829 thoughts on “Feedback & Submission Suggestions

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      1. thelegocarblogger

        Hello Sandy

        Thanks for stopping by.

        A nice suggestion, although the pictures aren’t great – do you know if this is available on any LEGO-related or image sharing sites?

        TLCB team

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      1. thelegocarblogger

        Hello Jon

        Thanks for stopping by.

        That is a superb car, and it’s perfect for this blog. However, the pictures are borderline. A sharpen using the auto edit in iPhoto or similar could make a huge difference to the colouring. We can do this, but we much prefer using photos as they are (for time reasons!). Can you look into sharpening the main image and a 3/4 rear for us?

        TLCB Team

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      1. thelegocarblogger

        Hello PorscheEuan

        Thanks for stopping by.

        We only blog recently uploaded creations, so we can’t feature your suggestions.

        You can read our submission criteria via the link at the top of this page.

        TLCB Team

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      1. thelegocarblogger

        Hello Jack

        Thanks for stopping by.

        That’s a very accurate render, but it is still a render, and we primarily blog Lego creations rather than digital ones.

        Kind regards

        TLCB Team

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    1. Noah A.

      Hey guys – just found your site and I’m liking it a lot. Had so much fun reading through the interviews with prominent LEGO car MOCers. I was wondering: have you considered putting a search feature in your site. I found myself wanting to search your site for any posts about LEGO engines models, since that’s my current area of interest. Peace!

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      1. thelegocarblogger

        Hello Noah

        Thanks for your message and welcome to TLCB!

        There is indeed a Search function! You can find it at the foot of every page (or top on some mobiles), plus you can use the tags under every blog post to look up other posts using the tag of your choosing.

        Let us know how you get on!

        Kind regards
        TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hi Sam

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Whilst your suggested creation is good, it’s not quite special enough to be blogged

      However, we have received a few suggestions of this builder recently so we are now aware of them and will watch for future improvements.

      TLCB Team

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  5. nilsobrix

    Hello TLCB Team,

    it’s me, once again 🙂
    I’ve found a freaking cool Karmann Ghia on MOCpages.

    I don’t think it can be done better in this scale:
    http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/422517

    The main image has been photoshopped to get the azure colour,
    but the red model is built with real bricks.

    Best wishes
    Nils

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      1. thelegocarblogger

        Hello Mr. Jenkins

        Apologies, because these models produced and sold for profit we cannot feature them here without clearly saying so.

        TLCB has very occasionally featured ‘third party’ products in the past, but only when a copy of the product or service has been supplied to enable us to write an honest review (which could be good or bad). These can be found in the Set Reviews tab within the main menu.

        All the best

        TLCB Team

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  8. aaron dietz

    Happy new year! I spent the better part of 2015 designing and building this McLaren P1 and instruction manual. I think your readers would really enjoy it. You can see stills and a video here. http://legop1.tumblr.com/ And thank you for your amazing blog, which provided much inspiration as I revisited a childhood obsession. 🙂

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Aaron

      Thanks for stopping by, and for sharing your creation with us. If you’re not yet on MOCpages, Brickshelf or Flcikr we recommend setting up an account so you can share your creations within the online Lego Community. Happy Building!

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Sam

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Your suggestion meets our criteria, and we might be able to blog it, but this time it does depend on our current queue. Either way, good find!

      TLCB Team

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  9. Tim

    Hi thelegocarblog! I love your website about cars and love especially movie cars! This is the reason why I created a project based on the famous truck of the movie of Johnny Depp, Charlie and the chocolate factory with Lego bricks and published the design on Lego deas. Lego Ideas (lego ideas is a website which allows users to submit ideas for Lego products to be turned into potential Lego sets available commercially if they reache 10 000 supporters). This project has 2270 supporters yet but it is not enough (the project needs ~7700 supporters! So please if you like it could you help me to promote my lego Ideas project by publishing the project on your website? I would be really honored! Link of the project: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/102668
    Thank you in advance! ☺

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Tim

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Your LEGO Ideas build looks great!

      Sorry though, we can’t publish it here because it’s not really car-related, nor is it built in real bricks, and it was also self-suggested (we get lots of Ideas requests).

      However we wish you all the best with your project, and to our visitors reading this – click the link in Tim’s comment above to see his Willy Wonker scene!

      TLCB Team

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    1. Brick Project

      Hi the lego car blog ! I created a lego project based on the two famous car of the world of Mr Bean : the green ant thebl ue car ! Please could you help me to promote this lego ideas project (10 000 supporters could make it an official lego set) on your blog page ? Thank you in advance 🙂 link of the project : https://ideas.lego.com/projects/130525

      Le mardi 12 janvier 2016, The Lego Car Blog a écrit :

      > Mario commented: “Hello! Some of the best 6-wide MAN Trucks you can find > here: Rallye team > https://www.flickr.com/photos/smigol_/sets/72157660979392914 Timber > Trucks https://www.flickr.com/photos/smigol_/sets/72157662695102209 > Regards Mario” >

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  10. dothework

    Hi,

    We just launched our latest accessory for LEGO – aluminum rims – on Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1012641476/aluminum-rims-aftermarket-mod-for-lego

    We think your audience will love them.

    Our last accessory was a hit – that was the carbon fiber tiles for LEGO that was a Kickstarter project about a year ago.

    Here are some photos if you choose to post: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/sk9dssq0s82xho5/AACLzpoqI8HOQk71A-xrEHoDa?dl=0

    Thanks,
    Mark

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  11. Frank Thomas

    Hi Guys, I’ve found something on youtube I’ve never seen before, I thought u might find it interesting too.

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  12. Brandy

    I’ve right discovered on flickr this incredible truck of Norton74 compared to the real one, I think it deserves to be blogged:

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      1. Brandy

        Thanks for your reply. I’d like to read more about Norton’s vehicles and I think he could be featured in “Master Mocers series” interviews. Is it in your future programs? Best regars. Brandy

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Alex

      Thanks for stopping by.

      That is spectacular! And massive. But also alas we’re not sure there is a picture suitable for this blog, possibly because the build is so big.

      We’ll have a think about this.

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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      1. cheznna

        He used to be my ex. But we’re in good terms now. My deepest apology if I’m becoming a troll on your site.
        Much appreciated your time replying and more power to your blog.

        Regards,
        Chzn

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Rosie

      Thanks for stopping by.

      We have missed that one – and it looks great! Unfortunately it’s too old for us to post here (we only blog creations or images uploaded in the last week or so), however we can make an exception if the idea is about to reach a milestone, regardless of its age. If the Ideas project is about to cross a supports no. and you need a help to push it over let us know!

      All the best

      TLCB Team

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  13. Sam the First/Sir.Manperson

    Ever since attempting to build a Stratos, I car I loved to begin with, I’ve always had a thing for other Stratos models, respecting their effort. Peter’s RC one is no exception, and definitely deserves blogging.

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Bren

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Sorry, we don’t support LEGO Ideas projects unless they are close to a milestone and they meet our submission criteria. It’s a good model nevertheless!

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Piotri

      Thanks for stopping by.

      That’s a nice model, but unfortunately it’s not quite of a high enough quality, or with good enough images, to feature here.

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Stu

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Both your suggestions are good creations. The Caterham, though ingenious, isn’t complex enough to feature here, but the Tuk-Tuk may do. We’ll see if we can fit this in later in the week.

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Kenneth

      Thanks for stopping by.

      That’s an excellent creation. However, we have stated that we do not accept self-promotion as a submission suggestion.

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Alex

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Your suggestion meets our criteria, however we are rethinking the frequency with which we post vehicles smaller than mini-fig scale.

      Vehicles such as this appear to be less liked by our audience than larger ones (according to our statistical analysis).

      If you’re a reader and agree/disagree with this feel free to reply to Alex’s comment and let us know your thoughts.

      TLCB Team

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  14. Chicago Bull

    I don’t disagree with Alex all scales are nice if the technique used is advanced!By the way I came across some photos of this creation https://www.flickr.com/photos/132941798@N07/18315504276/in/photostream/ at flickr and I liked it…so many details and functions in a so small car?Although it’s a render(I prefer real creations)…but I thing it’s quite interesting.
    P.S I don’t know how to upload a link…would you mind telling me?

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  15. Chicago Bull

    I agree with Alex,all scales are nice if the technique used is advanced!By the way I came across some photos of that neat tiny creation at flickr(https://www.flickr.com/photos/132941798@N07/18315504276/in/photostream/)…it has so many details and function in a width of 4 wides!The only thing that makes me a little upset is that it is rendered(I mostly like real creations )but I found this quite interesting so I suggest it…
    P.S I don’t know how to upload links would you mind telling me?

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Sam

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Whilst a nice model it’s not quite of a high enough quality (either the build or the images) to feature here at TLCB. We do like old-skool though.

      TLCB Team

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  17. Angka Utama

    Hello TLCB Team! Would you be interested in blogging this Donald Duck’s car by LegoJalex?

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    Thank you for your time to read this suggestion.

    Regards,
    -Angka

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Shannon

      Thanks for stopping by.

      A good find that does meet our criteria, however at the moment we won’t be blogging this creation as we have some larger models in post.

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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      1. nilsobrix

        Sorry to hear that…
        I was hoping the transforming function squeezed into such a small model would be interesting enough… Anyway, I’ll keep on bricking.

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Nils

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Your suggestion meets our criteria and we may publish a post soon, although we do have some larger models scheduled as a priority.

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Nils

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Wow – that is a spectacular creation! However, we’re struggling to find an image good enough to appear here. However, your previous suggestion will be blogged shortly!

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Jan

      Thanks for stopping by.

      That’s a very good model, but unfortunately we’ll need images with a clean background in order to publish it here.

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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      1. Jan Pokorný

        Hi,

        I wrote to builder and he send me those links:
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        It’s all he have. Will it help?

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  18. BLOONINCINERATOR3000

    Hi!

    I saw this technical marvel on Youtube:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEW2d0OKsAoLbWwCpYdflXA

    It may lack a little aesthetically, but full tuneable suspension, an 8-speed auto gearbox and MINDSTORMS drive in a 1:10 car? I’ve finally found something that trumps the 8880!

    Unfortunately, I haven’t managed to find this exact MOC anywhere else – seems like it’s only on Youtube.

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Carolina

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Your suggestion is a nice model. This builder hasn’t quite reached the standards needed to appear here yet, but we’re sure that they will in time.

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Marco

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Your suggestion meets our criteria, however we have a few large posts scheduled currently so at the moment we won’t be blogging it just yet (but we may be able to later on). It is a good find though.

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Marco

      Sorry, we are not able to endorse competitions here at TLCB as we receive lots of requests for support. However, should a vehicle or vehicles be blog-worthy and appear here we absolutely can link to the competition in which they are entered.

      Best of luck waking up MOCpages!

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Nate

      Thanks for stopping by.

      A good suggestion, however unfortunately the images on MOCpages aren’t a high quality (the photos are well taken, but the image, when blown up, is a bit fuzzy). Thus on this occasion we can’t blog your suggestion.

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Mr. Bell

      Thanks for stopping by. That’s a very cool design, and something we would consider publishing here – however unfortunately the images are not of a high enough quality. Nevertheless, a good find.

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Sandy

      Thanks for stopping by.

      We’re in contact with the creators of the Fiat 500 and are waiting for them to build their design in real bricks. Once they have built it for real (and send us their pictures) we’ll be blogging this creation.

      TLCB Team

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    1. thelegocarblogger

      Hello Malcolm

      Thanks for stopping by.

      If the image you’d like to share is already on the internet you can include the link to it in a comment. If the image is not publicly available we recommend making it so. The most popular methods are MOCpages, Flickr, and Brickshelf.

      Kind regards

      TLCB Team

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    1. Dr Asp Menace

      Hi Markus, It’s a fine looking car but it would be great if he had some well lit photos with a plain background. If there are some new photos, please let us know and we might send some Elves round!

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    1. Dr Asp Menace

      Thanks for your suggestion. We’ll be blogging it soon. After all of the “Bonk, Smash, Thud” on MOCpages, the Elves don’t visit it as frequently as they used to.

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    2. Dr Asp Menace

      We sent in some Elves with magnifying glasses to look carefully at the pictures on MOCpages and unfortunately they’re renders of LDD. At the moment, the Elves aren’t big fans of virtual Lego creations, though this might change in the future. Thanks for your suggestion but unfortunately it doesn’t meet our current criteria.

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    3. Dr Asp Menace

      Many apologies: it turns out that the car is actually in real bricks. The Brothers Brick have blogged it, using better quality images from Flickr (MOCpages does horrible things to photos and displays at a poor resolution). The EXIF info in on the photos too. Looks like we’d better get blogging! Apologies again. https://flic.kr/p/MNCoDA

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    1. Dr Asp Menace

      Hi Nathan, We’ll be blogging this soon, having found the better quality photos over on Flickr. Thanks for your suggestion.

      Reply
  21. Daimler

    Hello, even it’s not a car I think this deserve to be blogged, the forklift has 3 wheels indeed and the diorama looks great 😉
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