Introduction: How to Build Lego Apple Pie - Stop Motion Prop
Today I will give a tutorial on how to build Apple Pie from Legos. This prop can later be used for restaurant décor, café decoration, or for your next stop motion video.
How long will this project take? : 45 minutes - 1 hour
Difficulty level?: Relatively easy build if one is familiar with Legos.
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What Lego parts do I need to build this pie?:
Part 3024: 32 Units, Tan
Part 3005: 22 Units, Tan
Part 3023: 3 Units, Tan
Part 3004: 59 Units, Tan
Part 3022: 36 Units, Tan
Part 3033: 22 Units, Tan
Step 1: Making the Pie Crust
Firstly we will be creating the crust of the pie using tan colored legos.
First create a row of 1x 6 Bricks.
Create a staircase like connection of (5) 1 x 2 Bricks
Repeat Step 2 on the other side as well as adding an 1 x 4 brick to the end.
Step 4-6: Repeat the process for the other 3 sides (4 sides total).
Step 6: Apple Crust First Layer - What It Should Look Like
Step 7: Pie Crust - 2nd Layer on Top
Step 7-11: Create another layer on top of the first layer of the crust, repeating the process of steps one through six, however this time adjusting the position of the circular shape so that we are creating one additional brick space so that the object with be wider by one brick space.
Step 12: Crust Base
Create a base for the pie crust using simple plate legos. I used primarily 2 x 2 and 1 x 1s, however any shape can be used here.
Step 13: Completion of the Pie Crust
At this point the crust should look something like this.
Step 14: Adding the Apple to the Pie
Alternating between an open space and a 2 x 2 red brick, alternate between every 2 bricks both from length and width, creating a checkers board like design.
Step 15: Apple Pie Sauce
Step 16: Give the Pie a Little More Crust
Fill the space in between the red 2 x 2s.
Step 17: Texture and Layering
Add some texture and layering by placing plates and bricks across the top layer of the pie crust.
Step 18: Apple Pie Is Ready
Your Apple Pie Lego is ready to be used in your next stop motion video or home décor.