NINJAGO At 10: LEGO Product Prototypes

Continuing the celebration of the 10th Anniversary of LEGO® NINJAGO it’s time to take look behind the scenes at how some of the products were created. To really bring the world of NINJAGO to life, the sets needed to feature engaging characters, vehicles and worlds. To do this, new elements needed to be crafted and sets went through numerous concepts before hitting toy shops.

Skulls_IdeHus

Sensei_Wu_IdeHus

Dragon_Head_IdeHus

Before new elements were created, they were sculpted at a larger scale, tweaks were main to these large-scale elements to make sure they looked just right before expensive moulds were created. These over-sized elements were used to create things like wearable Minifigure accessories and parts, along with weapons.

Snakes_IdeHus_02

Snakes_IdeHus_01

Creating sets is a little easier as most start out using currently available elements before special pieces were created. Sets would go through numerous variations before the finished model was finalised. Even at the early stages of some set’s concept models, you can see how designers set upon certain features as well as tweaking others.

9444 Cole’s Thread Assault

9445_prototype_parts for Fangpyre Truck Ambush

71738_Zane's Titan Mech

70747_Boulder Blaster

9450_Epic Dragon battle

Author: Adam White

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