What I learned about SNOT from Furry Animals (31021)
One of my favourite sets of the last few years is the creator set 31021: Furry Animals.
The ‘Hero model’ is a cat and mouse, and the secondary (and tertiary?)models are a rabbit and a small dog. This set contains a few new(to me) ‘SNOT blocks’ and so provides an opportunity to follow on from my recent post about the SNOT techniques used in the Ocean Explorer (31045). For those wondering, the term SNOT used in the lego context refers to Studs Not (only) on top. So… focussing on techniques used where the directions of the studs is running at right angle to the primary direction of construction.
Once again, I am suspicious that some of the lego designers are trying to tuck little lessons for advanced building techniques into these small sets. I am now actively exploring my creator sets for hidden lessons, to adapt for my own creations. Why don’t you join me…