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How to Build your own Lego Sony PVM (Part 1: The Front)

Discussion in 'General Tutorials' started by LoganJones, May 24, 2019.

  1. LoganJones
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    LoganJones Newbie

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    step 1: arrange a base level of light gray plates that measures 10 studs by 11 studs.
    lego pvm 1.PNG
    Next, add a second layer of light gray plates that measures 10 x 9 studs on top of the first, as pictured.
    legao pvm 2.PNG
    On the third layer place 1x1-10 dark gray plates on top of the edge of the second layer of light gray plates.
    lego pvm 3.PNG
    Within those dark gray plates you will have a space of 8x7 studs on the second layer. Use 1x4 and 2x4 light gray "brick with bow" blocks to form to make a round shape that will form the "screen."
    lego pvm 4.PNG
    Next, on the left and right sides of the third layer, place 1x1 and 1x2 "roof tile 2/3" blocks. On the top of the third layer place a 1X10 dark gray plate, and on the bottom place two dark gray 1x4 plates with a 1x2 light gray plate between them.
    lego pvm 5.PNG
    On northern end of the fourth layer you should place 1x-however-many dark gray tile blocks, and on the southern end use 1x4 dark gray tiles with a dark gray radiator grille in the center.
    lego pvm 6.PNG

    Back on the first layer place two black 1x2 clamps on the left and right sides according to the picture, with a 2x8 dark gray plate between them.
    lego pvm 7.PNG

    Lastly, on top of the second layer lay a dark gray 2x6 plate on he right side of the area, with horizontally-oriented dark gray radiator grilles on the left. Then fill the plate with black and dark gray 1x1 round plate bricks to simulate "buttons" and....
    lego pvm 8.PNG

    Congrats! You're finished with the front section of the Lego Sony PVM!





     
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  2. Nerdtendo

    Nerdtendo Your friendly neighborhood idiot

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    I don't know why I thought this would be a frame for an actual sony pvm but still pretty neat
     
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