|Name of Model: Garrison of Moriah|
|Created by: gerburrows (Gerry Burrows)|
|Found at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gerburrows/sets/72157626512173154/|
|Details: We've seen other epic models before - but never anything quite this ambitious. This room-eating display was built in about 9 months by one person. In some of the photos, you can see a bit of a bridge and a couch. The LEGO bridge actually goes completely to the other end of the couch, where more is being added to this colossal model. One interesting technique used to quickly reach some of the heights seen here is using baseplates at various angles - in the image shown here, the large grey expanses are all 48x48 (15 inches square) baseplates. Don't miss the second centerpiece, which is a bit more Castle-y and features some great landscaping. The inside of the arena (behind the large statue) is surprisingly detailed considering how hard it must be to get in there and move the minifigs around. |
I, for one, can't wait to see what's on the other side of that bridge.
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Posted by Dan at 12:52 AM