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LEGO World Builder reveals latest design project

LEGO World Builder has announced its latest design project and is now taking submissions.

This month, LEGO World Builder is calling for entries for forced perspective banner images. Forced perspective is a clever optical illusion technique that makes objects look farther away, closer, larger, or smaller than they actually are. Examples given by the organisers include placing minifigures to make them look life-size, or incorporating a real-life object into the build.

Would-be designers are being challenged to create banner images for this project, referring to the top image on an architect’s world within the LEGO World Builder platform. The creations should be in line with one of the genres available, including Action, Adventure, Magic, and Science Fiction among others.

The project is open from now until June 30 and has a fund of $750. Once the design period closes at the end of the month, all entries will be evaluated until July 4th, then comes a revisions phase until July 9th, where small changes could be suggested to selected submissions.

Entries can be made in a variety of ways, from hand-drawn illustrations and digital art to stop-motion images or photographs of LEGO builds. You can read through all the rules and the submission guidelines on the LEGO World Builder project page here.

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LEGO World Builder Forced Perspective

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