In A Hole In The Ground There Lived A Hobbit
Posted Dec 19 2012 - 12:23 AM
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Posted Dec 19 2012 - 10:50 AM
I wonder how many people would buy this if it were an actual Lego set that could be purchased?
But anyway, this is really cool.
Posted Dec 19 2012 - 05:11 PM
So did they build life-size versions of the individual bricks in the set, and then piece them together, or did they just put the thing together ground up?
Life-size versions of bricks would be awesome.
Edited by TahuNuvaFan, Dec 19 2012 - 05:12 PM.
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Everyone seems to be saying that Star Wars Episode VII is going to be lousy. If you're part of the 8% (or whatever percentage it is) who still cling to the hope that it will be awesome (which mostly hinges on the question of getting Hamill, Fisher, and Ford back) then may the force be with you.
Happy Star Wars Day. (as of May 4th)
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comedy - Mask of Light: What You Didn't See
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Posted Dec 19 2012 - 09:22 PM
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Build ?
Anyways, lame jokes aside, it's a really nice build, and I'm always amazed by the mini-figs built out of Lego bricks (I wish I could get a close up...)
Stalwart Defender now, took me long enough XD
Posted Dec 20 2012 - 01:28 AM
I was waiting for this day to come.
Also to clarify, I've read deeper into what they said as far as parts count, they clarified the software they used said "2.5 Million 1x1 bricks" which isn't the same as 2 million bricks. That's just the rough count of studs it'd have in it. This doesn't take away from the level of complexity and the level of work put into it, but it certainly took less material than one might imagine.
There is also the factor they used Duplo in the walls for strength, which helps bulk up most of it.
Edited by Swert, Dec 20 2012 - 01:46 AM.
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