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I think you are looking in perspective at a digital render of a tower base that has 1x2 blue bricks on each side (1 wide) with a 2x2 lime brick in the center. It only appears to be 1/3-1/3-1/3, but is in fact 1/4-1/2-1/4. You can see this best if you zoom in on the base plate and look at how the studs line up with the lowest tier of the base.


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You're right. They cheated. This youtube video shows the Robot Lab from a different camera angle. Here you can clearly see what looks like three 1x2 bricks on a 2x4 brick of the same width. Cheaters! Boo! Alright. Let's cheat, too.


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I also think there's some funny business going on there in that model, and in a few other models. For fun, I built it in BrickLink Studio (or at-least, how I think it would be built, my answer here has the instructions) and rendered it from a couple of angles. While it didn't give me enough control over the camera to reproduce the perspective exactly, I ...


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