Hi. My daughter is using your Lego San Diego Mission as a guide for her 4th Grade Mission. She's doing it step by step, brick by brick without directions. Trying to count the brinks in your photo and using her Lego instincts to build it.
Thank you for sharing your awesome mission for her to use as an inspiration. I'll post a picture of the finished Lego on the MOCpages website and give you credit for the design.
Very nice work !! My daughter found this and showed it to me and of course like everyone else would like to attemp to build this for her mission project. So if you could I would also like the plans to attemp this construction?
Just Amazing! My soon to be 4th Grader would love to get the directions as well! Please let us know if we can get a copy of the design and what pieces to buy- I seriously suggest Lego add this as a kit!
how can i get the kit or instructions for this california mission? my son needs to build one for his school project. please let me know. it would be very much appreciated!
Darcy Guerin Hanlon
April 14, 2009
great job tho i dont think 4th graders or year 4's as we call them in Australia could handle such a big project with getting all the correct pieces and colour coded bits well if you to get them go to www.bricklink.com i've never used it but it looks good and i did spell colour correctly and we spell it mum over here in aussie
Your building looks fantastic and I too would love to have my son (4th grader) build this as well if you could let us know the materials list and step by step!! We would surely credit you with the design!! Please email me. I am so grateful that you did this!
I have the same question..how did you do this?? Its great. Joseph wants to build it for his 4th grade project..any suggestions or help you could give us would be very appreciated. Just email me..Thank you so much