Excluding translucent pieces, how many colours of official LEGO bricks are there?
I keep reading on various lego web sites about an elusive brick color called "bley" or "blay". What is it and what is the story behind this?
There are several colors of transparent, fluorescent Lego bricks. In particular, "trans neon yellow" and "trans neon orange", introduced in the early 1990s, exist in a variety of specialized shapes ...
I have a uniquely-shaped brick that I would like to make a darker shade of gray (it's currently blue). What media is the best in terms of durability for continued use (i.e. re-use, re-configuration)...
The LEGO Group released a few "mosaic" sets a while back, which came with clear baseplates and a bunch of 1x1 bricks. I have been wondering recently if it is possible to use an image as a reference ...
When did the flesh colors start and why? It seems yellow heads are here to stay too?
I read that Lego recently changes the color of Maersk blue. Is this true? If so, why the change?
I've done some research and found a basic LEGO basic colour pallet. I recognise the yellow used for yellow bricks (24, Bright Yellow, #fec400) but it doesn't seem to match the colour for minifigures ...
Have a 3001 part i have come across with a color i've never seen before. It seems to be a milky white but with glitter in it. New style logo with pip on short side. Any ideas to where it came from?