This article has been contributed by Kim Plata:
Whether we’re Ninjago fans or not, when we saw the Ninjago City Gardens, we nodded and told to ourselves, “yeah, that’s a cool set!” and after seeing all 3 official sets combined with all the diversity and details packed in 4 base plates, I decided that I wanted to expand on it using parts from my collection.
As I built & studied the official sets and looked at other Ninjago MOCs, I learned a few things that make Ninjago sets look the way they do. Even though it is modular in essence, the overall style sets itself apart from the modular buildings, Harry Potter and other themes.
Here are some tips and guides to help creators design and build MOCs that can connect and expand on the Ninjago modular sets. They are in no particular order and designers can choose to apply all or some of them as they see fit.
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