The Art of LEGO Scale Modeling

Our friends over at No Starch Press has sent over a press release for their upcoming book, The Art of LEGO Scale Modeling. This new book by Dennis Glaasker and Dennis Bosman takes a look at some real-life vehicles recreated with LEGO by various builders. It doesn’t look like there are instructions on how to build them but there are tips and tricks that describe the design and building process. You can pre-order the book over at No Starch or on Amazon.

The Art of LEGO Scale Modeling
New book showcases fan-built LEGO models of real vehicles

San Francisco, CA (August 4, 2015) — The LEGO scale modeling community brings a miniature world to life with artistry, skill, and patience—a world inhabited by remarkably detailed scale models of real trucks, ships, planes, race cars, and even construction vehicles. Some of these models are so intricate, they’re easy to mistake for the real thing.

In The Art of LEGO Scale Modeling (No Starch Press, $29.95, 204pp., Sept. 2015), authors Dennis Glaasker and Dennis Bosman are our guides to this unique world. These two veteran builders, who have been scale modeling with LEGO since the 1970s, are now releasing a stunning and fascinating new book that belongs on the coffee table in every LEGO-loving household.

For the first time, we’re invited into the world of twenty-four of the most talented LEGO scale modelers, who showcase models like the Tyr Viking, a four-foot-long ship constructed from more than 20,000 LEGO elements; a Caterpillar bulldozer complete with two