Introduction: LEGO Stained Glass

A fun building technique using transparent cheese slope pieces. 

I built a frame by attaching two stacks of 6 1x2 bricks onto a 2x6 base two plates thick. Next I added 2 stacks of transparent 1x2 bricks and toped it off with a 2x6 plate layer and finally a tile layer. I started an anchor layer of cheese slope pieces by attaching them to the 4 exposed studs and then filling in the rest of the pattern. The pairs of cheese slopes form squares and can be in any of four orientations depending on your pattern. 

The piece holds surprisingly  well considering there isn't much holding the cheese slope pieces in but should still be treated tenderly as 56 cheese slope pickup isn't very fun :) 



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Lysanne made it! (author)2016-12-29

This project is very interesting. I just don't know what is cheese slope? Sorry, I speak French and this is not a " concept" I can visualize... Where do you get these? Thank you

Lysanne

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MutahirA made it! (author)2016-08-13

Would 1x2 brick without pin work??

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Slimboy9123 made it! (author)2015-02-28

Looks like a creeper

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MicioGatta made it! (author)2014-09-24

Nice!

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fireball1234 made it! (author)2013-08-08

AWESOME!!!!!!!

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Sam DeRose made it! (author)2013-08-06

Awesome idea!

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TheAwesomestDude made it! (author)2013-08-06

That is very cool!

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Penolopy Bulnick made it! (author)2013-08-05

I love this! How fun :D

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ian9114 made it! (author)2013-08-05

I've always wanted to make something like this thanks for the post!

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