This post is about a tutorial that I have found on YouTube on how to build a roof with Lego. The author of this great tutorial is JAYSTEPHER. I highly recommend you to subscribe to his channel, as he is providing great advice on building amazing Lego stuff.
His tutorial consist of showing us how to build a roof with actual (real) lego bricks, but the purpose of my post today is to suggest that you can build that roof with Lego Digital Designer instead. (LDD is available for free download here).
FYI, it seems that Lego will not provide any further updates for LDD, but the latest version (4.3) is still amazing.
The way I have proceeded is quite simple and there is nothing unusual here. I just ran both LDD and JAYSTEPHER YouTube Video Tutorial (Available here), and I followed his construction step by step, pausing his 17 mn video as often as needed in order not to forget any details. After an hour or two (took much longer that necessary because I took snapshots of my work in progress in order to make this very post, and I tried to compare his part list – available in his video comments – to mine – available down below and also with my own building instructions, ZIP file available for download here)
If you’re interested to try to build it by yourself, I highly suggest to open both JAYSTEPHER Video, this very post, and my building instructions, so then you have multiple source of information to reach your goal. This might be particularly useful because the author of the tutorial had to move some pieces of the larger window, and as he did not record the video again just for that, my own building instruction might be helpful there. Or you might just be interested it the Parts List below:
For once I have provided a more intricate work here, combining a tutorial, many screenshots, and the building instructions available for download from my google drive, so I would be particularly glad if some of you guys comment this post. Would it be for questions, or to help me improve my writing (as you probably have noticed I am not native English), or even for other remarks, on how it has been useful to you or not, and if you are interested in some more content of that kind)
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