Cool LEGO Parts Usage Ideas

Hello people. This week I just playing around with my Legos and I found some cool Things that you should use.

You know those Exo force robots? The little ones? I just realize that they have arm attachment points on the side of their torso so you can make four armed drones

And you can use Chi crystals and a light saber rods to make your clone troopers shoot.

And this is my favorite way to make a clone mini gun

I hope you found some of these ideas cool!


Clone mini gun that also has the ability to snap itself in half at a trigger pull!


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I find chi crystals very useful for weapons

Triggered. /s

Those ideas are nice… but I won’t act like I didn’t saw them done better before.

This is a very interesting technique that I need to try sometime.

I’ve recently taken a liking to creating (admittedly quite violent) action scenes with Minifigures, especially in the different and creative ways you can use pieces to create blood or simply making a figure flying in the air.

One of the simplest things you can do is use trans red studs (square and regular both have their uses) to simulate blood like so:

Getting into the more intense stuff, red snakes can be used to simulate… well…

When I put that technique to the test, this is what came out of it (even if it was rushed):

The part used to suspend SpongeBob’s severed upper body is this piece connected to a Minifigure stand.

And since Clones were brought up, here are some weapon designs that may be of interest:


I said not to bother me during my clarinet sessions…


I’ve found the Hordika masks useful for things like shells.

Better check yourself before you reck yourself!

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The clone trooper guns made me smile.
Nice work.

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Yeah! I remember making some custom Exo Force robots like this (and much more) when I was at preschool! :smile:

Some nice parts usage for me is also when Mixel joints are used for shaping, like in some of my MOCs, where I used them to give a more triangular shape to some heads.