Model S

Model S
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Create by Lénárd Pásztor | January 9, 2015 | Last updated by SBrick Admin February 12, 2015 (view change)

We have collected those LEGO models into which we have incorporated SBrick together under one banner - ModelS.  Here you will be able to find build instructions, photographs, video about how it works and remote control profiles for official LEGO models.

If you want your creation to be included under the ModelS banner, we would like to ask you to follow the existing rubric by creating build instructions, including photographs, video and providing your remote control profile.  And last, but not least, to let us know what you have done.

If you submit your plans, guides, etc, and they are accepted, your model will become a ModelS. And best of all, as a thank you from us, as a reward you will receive as many SBricks as are used in your plans.  Not bad, eh? :)

If you build an official LEGO set, every function must be able to be controlled using the remote control and the MOC should remain as true to the original (on the exterior) as possible.  Finally, if you see a official LEGO ModelS but have put together the same model using the SBrick and believe yours is better, tell us about it.  If we agree with you, yours will become the ModelS and you will receive the SBrick(s) just as if your submission was the very first. There is one caveat - you can only receive the SBrick(s) for one model one time.

But we’re not stopping here. We know that your imagination is practically limitless and that many of you have created fantastic MOC designs which deserve to gain the designation “Model S.”  We’ve thought of you as well.

MOCs are one of the things we’re most excited by when it comes to LEGO creations..  We can’t wait to see the extreme designs you’ve not only imagined but brought to life using the SBrick. There are some requirements, however.

In order to earn the title Model S for your MOC, you will need to submit the following for your design.

  • One photograph - alternatively you can create a photo album with more.
  • Video showing your MOC in action.
  • Detailed build instructions.
  • Remote control profile.

In order to earn the Model S title, your MOC creation needs to first receive 100 likes on the SBrick social site. Once your MOC design has passed that milestone, we will take a look at your design.  If we are blown away by what we see you will receive (as a prize) the number of SBricks used in your MOC plans.

You can still upload your MOCs without these prerequisites, but in order to qualify for the free SBrick(s) and the Model S designation you will need to provide the four items listed above.

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