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Congratulations on 1,000 supporters! You've earned an extra 182 days.

Your project is so well made that 1,000 of your new best friends have supported you within your first year. As a reward, you've earned an extra 6 months (182 days) to reach your next milestone of 5,000 supporters. Best of luck as you continue to rally support for your project.


Congratulations on 100 supporters! You've earned an extra 365 days.

You've passed the first milestone and reached 100 supporters within the first 60 days. As a reward, here's a boost of one year (365 days) to reach 1,000 supporters. Best of luck as you continue to rally support for your project.


Your project was returned for revisions. Here’s what you can do.

We reviewed your project submission and have found that it doesn't quite follow the Project Guidelines and House Rules.

Don’t worry though, you can re-submit. Please check out our Guidelines and House Rules and modify your project to fit. Specifically, we recommend you:

- Your images are a bit too tall. Please use an aspect ratio closer to 4:3 (a horizontal format), so your images will fit properly within the Project Tile on the Discover page and won't be automatically cropped on the sides or top/bottom to fit in this view.

- Please frame your photo so the 1st picture is just the actual build.

Please make the changes above before resubmitting your project.


Please don't submit projects for other people.

We reviewed your project submission and it looks like you submitted it on behalf of someone else or a company. Here on LEGO Ideas, we ask that you only submit your own original work, and don't submit projects on others' behalf or on behalf of a company. Instead, please ask the person who built the model to submit it under their own LEGO Ideas account.

We do allow teams of individual people to collaborate, but this does require each team member to have a LEGO Ideas account. You can read more about collaborations in our guidelines: https://ideas.lego.com/guidelines

This also means that any potential royalty fees (if the submission is selected for production) would be paid to the fan designer(s) in question and not the company. Seperate agreements about licensing would of course happen with the company in question if the model is selected for production.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.