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LEGO Middle-Earth: Yes. All of It.

by Lambert Varias

Remember Kevin Walter and his LEGO Barad-dûr? If you think that was the most awesome thing that could have been at Brickworld 2011, you’d both be right and wrong. Because as it turns out, that huge tower is just part of an even more massive project that won Best Group Layout at the convention. The project? LEGO Middle-Earth.

lego middle-earth at brickworld 2011 by the fellowship of the brick

Pictured above is Minas-Tirith, no doubt a great part, but still only a part of the mind-blowing set up. The whole thing took MOCpages member Chris Phipson and his “Fellowship of the Brick” a year’s worth of planning and building to finish. Based on the results I’d call these guys the Lords of the Bricks.

Wow. Masterpieces like this are the ones capture the attention of people like me who are not necessarily hardcore fans of both the source material and the uhm, material used. Journey to MOCPages for the full story along with a horde of pics.

[via Topless Robot]




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Comments (7):

  1. Nikopik says:

    I just want to jump on it… :-D

  2. Incredible Nickname says:

    Impressive as hell, but if they went to all that trouble, why didn’t they build it according to Tolkiens descriptions? Minas Tirith is way off.

  3. Lego_Advent_Calendar says:

    Truly impressive! Did they give any indication as to what it cost to obtain all those pieces, and what the whole assembly weighs?

  4. dilasha says:

    f*cking cool

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