How to get started
Always make sure you save your picture properly on your computer before you upload it. We can't fix or find it for you if it gets lost or broken during uploading to the gallery.
You can upload all these types of picture files to the gallery: *.gif, *.png, *.jpg*.jpeg. (That's geek talk for all kinds of pictures.)
Make sure your picture file is no bigger than 5 MB. The best picture size for the gallery is 800x600 pixels (or 600x800). If this sounds like gibberish to you, don't worry, just make sure your picture is not upside down or sideways before you upload it.
We love it when you build something cool, funny, creative, and original! Please respect other fans' creations, and don't copy. We cannot accept rude or violent pictures, and we know you can't either : )
Also remember that we cannot approve pictures with real people in them, and that your creation must be made with LEGO Bricks. Don’t have enough bricks to build your dream model? That’s ok, you can also upload your LEGO Digital Designer creations!
How to upload your model
- What is your model called? What is the story behind it? Use your wildest imagination! It's completely ok to invent new words, names, and stories. Just remember to stay safe online! Never write things about yourself, like your name, age, address, zip code, phone number, email, school, etc.
- You can add more pictures by clicking on the small boxes marked "Upload File".
- When you have added all of the pictures, story, and description you want for this creation, and you are happy with the way everything looks, click "Publish".
Now your creation is on its way to the moderators. A LEGO Moderator looks at every single model that’s uploaded. This is a big job, so it may take a day or two before you can see your creation online. You can see the status of your creation by clicking on "My Creations."
General Terms and Conditions
Please read the following important information before uploading your creation. If you’re under 18, your parents should read this before you upload anything to LEGO.com:
When you upload a picture or a comment to LEGO.com, it becomes part of our site. That means it becomes the property of the LEGO Group (defined as LEGO A/S of Billund, Denmark and its subsidiaries) because we are responsible for what is on our site. It also means that we own the rights to your picture, model, ideas, concepts, the way you have presented your model, your suggestions, comments or questions (in fancy words this is called your Material"). The LEGO Group has the right to use your Material for any purpose whatsoever, including but not limited to developing, manufacturing, marketing and selling products using your Material, without compensation.
By uploading your Material:
a) you warrant and represent that you own the rights to the content submitted and that the content submitted is: (i) original to you and has been legally obtained and created, and (ii) does not infringe the intellectual property rights, privacy or publicity rights or any other legal or moral rights of any third party;
b) you grant the LEGO Group a royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual (or for the entire term of duration of intellectual property rights), non-exclusive, sub-licensable license to use, reproduce, modify, publish, and display such Material in whole or in part, on a worldwide basis, and to incorporate it into other works, in any form, media or technology now known or later developed for promotional or marketing purposes of the products of the LEGO Group, including but not limited to use on the LEGO website at LEGO.com, on the LEGO Facebook page at facebook.com/LEGO, and on the LEGO social networking site ReBrick.com; and
c) you agree to indemnify and hold harmless the LEGO Group against any and all claims, damages, expenses, costs and liabilities relating to trademark, copyright, or other intellectual property rights, right of publicity, right of privacy or defamation.
LONG Story, we know :)
Always ask your parents for help if there is something you are not sure of.