|Name of Model: University of Tokyo Clock Tower|
|Created by: University of Tokyo LEGO Club|
|Found at: http://blog.goo.ne.jp/tbinterface/58817c6c6e8a0cd8effd3be607e3f1b1/56|
Everybody loves a decent model of a landmark, and this is no slouch on that front. Check out the sculpted rough, angled sides, and careful drafts when you're done grasping the size of this thing. Some details (writing and photos) are provided, assuming that you can read Japanese. The only "flaw" you could cite here is that they opted for support beams instead of a full interior. No biggie - and those beautiful roofs may have needed those supports anyway. More pictures are available at the "created by" link above, including some of the model as it was being built.
|This belated Sunday post is brought to you by the Brothers Brick|
Sunday, May 27, 2007
Posted by Dan at 6:14 PM