LEGO Ideas Third 2021 Review Garners 36 Submissions!

The LEGO Ideas platform has just closed the review qualification round with a total of 36 projects.

There are some really interesting submissions this round with equally interesting builds like the Orchid by James Zhan and even the Johnny Five project makes a comeback.

1. Land Ahoy by Ralf Ranghaal

2. Great Coral Reef by kris_kelvin

3. Hyrule Castle 30th Anniversary by BrickGallery

4. Terrariums by Galaxy333

5. Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Avatar Returns by ky-e

6. Clockwork Solar System by ChrisOrchard & BrentWaller

7. The Dojo by SpaceBrick54

8. Hocus Pocus: The Sanderson Sister’ Cottage – Updated by TheAmbrinator

9. Naruto: Ichiraku Ramen Shop – 20th Anniversary by DadiTwins

10. Motorized Johnny 5 by RJ BrickBuilds

11. James Webb Space Telesceop (JWST) by tonysmyuncle

12. The LEGO Emergency Box by SzegoBalint16

13. LEGO Rubik’s Cube (Working) by puzzLEGO1

14 Brooklyn Nine Nine: 99th Precinct by BenFankhauser

15. Steampunk Explorers by Castor-Troy & Max Brich

16. Moominhouse ムーミン屋敷 by Bonefoot

17. Castle Outpost by xXgGhostXx

18. Downtown Records by HarrisBricks

19. Orchid by JamesZHAN

20. Soyuz Rocket by The Half Blood Baron

21. LEGO Ghibli by yop1172.

22. Baba Yaga by Artem Biziaev

23. The Meeting Point by Lepralego

24. Pirate Tavern by Revan New

25. The Riverside Scholars by Hanwasyellowfirst

26. Union Pacific “Big Boy” by Lassehfl

27. Magic Bookends by Brick Dangerous

28. Asterix the Gaul by Ganpat the Celt

29. Stargate by CaptainMutant

30. McDonald’s Franchise 1955-1969 by adammark

31. The Three Investigators – The Headquarters by Valkon

32. NASA SR 71 Blackbird by BrickerBeard

33. Gremlins by bulldoozer

34. Sheriff’s Office – Wild West by llucky

35. It’s a Wonderful LEGO Life by twrt0es

36. The Garden and Greenhouse by kris_kelvin

I’m actually quite interested which projects will be selected for production but at the same time, I’m aware that there will be a lot of projects that won’t make the cut.

Even more so when the Bricklink Designer programme is not available to those in Asia means that there is no way for any of us here to obtain the sets without paying a hefty price.

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