LEGO Worlds Ship In A Bottle Sandbox Build

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LEGO Worlds keeps on inspiring us over here at Bricks To Life with the amazing builds they keep adding to the Brick Build Showcase on an almost weekly basis now. Most recently they added the 60th anniversary build that was just remarkable in the amount of detail the Master Builder put into it. One of the main aesthetics of this 60th Brick are the three non-drivable (yet incredibly detailed) vehicles located on the back of the LEGO Brick. As soon as I saw the ship build I knew exactly what I needed to do, first I took the Copy Tool and saved a copy of the ship. Next I built a bottle around the now saved ship and created a ship in a bottle! You can see a quick tour of the build in the video below and a quick breakdown of the build in the images below as well.

LEGO Ship in a BottleThe 60 Years LEGO Brick Build can be currently found in the Brick Build Showcase to download for free!

LEGO Ship in a BottleThe back of the 60 Years LEGO Brick has three vehicle builds, it is important to note that you cannot drive these.

LEGO Ship in a BottleUsing the Copy Tool you can either make a copy of the ship or save it for later in your Brick Builds menu.

LEGO Ship in a BottleAfter the ship was placed it took a bit of trial and error to build a bottle build around it.

LEGO Ship in a BottleThe stand for the ship in a bottle is complete with a mock compass as well.

LEGO Ship in a BottleOnce the Bottle Ship build was complete it was time to save it to the Brick Builds menu.

LEGO Ship in a Bottle


What do you think about our latest build? Have you used a build from one set and used it in one of your own creations? Let us know in the comments below or over on social media!

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Written by: Gerardo Gutierrez

Gerardo has been playing video games his entire life, in his 30's he now shares the joys of playing with his 3 young children. Gerardo is a huge fan of Lego and games that encourage creativity, with that being said his new favorite game of all time is LEGO WORLDS. When not writing or creating content Gerardo spends his time playing retro video games and sharing the classics with his kids.