• Alternative Ns
  • Can also be used as a V
  • The "wings" are behind adjacent letters
  • Needs a mix of single and double cheese
  • 1x2 + 1x4 Bracket
  • Getting all the pieces for the B to hold in place is a challenge - but can be done (see here and detail)
  • clever - [jaster]
  • Red plate here - FilipS™

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Two studs high snot letters

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  1. raised 41 months ago | reply

    ^ What he said!

  2. LEGO Lucas 41 months ago | reply

    Very well done!

  3. justin pyne 40 months ago | reply

    Incredibly useful.

  4. SHARPSPEED 40 months ago | reply

    The "I" is so well done. Very complicated and skillful design. Must've been hard to figure it out.

  5. whoward69 40 months ago | reply

    ... and if I'd left it off, some smart arse would have said "wot, no I?" ;-)

  6. aabbee 150 40 months ago | reply

    i have got to bookmark this :)

  7. dag's bricks 40 months ago | reply

    I love the Q and R. Those have had me stumped. I'm glad I'm not the only one who is baffled by Z. How do you get the red cheese in V and X to stay? No connection points!

  8. whoward69 40 months ago | reply

    Side-to-side and up-down motion are not a problem, so you only need to stop front-back movement.

    Start with a "double cheese", stick a plate or something on the back half of it to anchor that piece, now cut an angled end on a piece of pneumatic tube and push it into the front half. Cut the tube, again angled to push inside a single cheese for the other side of the V or X. Depending on the age and/or set the tube came from you may need to cut a very short length of flex hose to push into the pneumatic tube to fatten it up.

    The other option is to build it all in single cheese, turn it back side up and then place a LEGO sticker over all the parts (the technique known as STAMP - STicker Across Multple Parts)!

  9. dag's bricks 39 months ago | reply

    Got it. I guess I'm too much of a purist for either of those techniques though I respect them.

  10. DeTomaso77 36 months ago | reply

    Nice one for posting this, I might find it handy for a project I'm working on :-)

  11. Legonizer 35 months ago | reply

    Time to get more cheese slopes...

  12. whoward69 33 months ago | reply

    When they start appearing in more colours, the Q can be reworked without the 1x2 + 1x4 bracket by using either of the new 1x2 + 1x2 brackets (parts 99780 and 99781)

  13. kockamania.hu 32 months ago | reply

    Alternative Y, what do you think about it?

  14. kockamania.hu 32 months ago | reply

    Y and M and R have found other solutions:

  15. kockamania.hu 32 months ago | reply

    Q (without bracket)

  16. kockamania.hu 32 months ago | reply

    "Z" - Which is the best letter Z?

  17. DeTomaso77 32 months ago | reply

    They all look like the number 2 to me ;-) But if I had to choose it would be 4

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