Enhance your LEGO Ideas 21314 TRON: Legacy display

There is a simple way to enhance how LEGO Ideas 21314 TRON: Legacy, that requires barely a handful of parts and just a few spare minutes

At Brick Fanatics, we love to take an existing model and give it a twist. So often, LEGO sets inspire an exciting new build or next step to take, be that building new ships for 21313 Ship in a Bottle or a staff for 70613 Garma Mecha Man. But not everyone has the time, patience and spare parts to construct something so sophisticated. That is where today’s build comes in.

There is a simple way that fans can enhance LEGO Ideas 21314 TRON: Legacy, that requires no skill or talent whatsoever. No matter how much more of a collector than a builder someone is, this is completely doable.

LEGO Ideas 21314 TRON: Legacy

21314 TRON: Legacy is an excellent set, that looks very sleek on display. It has one minor flaw when sat on the shelf though – poor Quorra is just stood next to the well designed base, looking a little lost. The solution is clear – build an extra little section of base so that the character looks like she really belongs with the rest of the scene.

The great thing is, no specific size is required for the extra base section, so this is adaptable depending on the available parts. Begin with black plates, then add medium azure plates on top. For the final layer, use black plates with at least one jumper for a minifigure to stand on – leave a one stud wide row to fill in with trans light blue plates.


Now, Quorra looks like she really belongs alongside the rest of the set, thanks to just a few extra bricks.

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Graham was the BrickFanatics.com Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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