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43,280-Brick LEGO Star Destroyer: 100% Awesome

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This incredible LEGO Ventator-class Star Destroyer was made by Iomedes using 43,280 individual LEGO bricks. It’s a replica of the one originally made by Erik Varszegi, a model designer for LEGO, who built one back in 2005 to promote Star Wars Episode III. Unlike that one, this one doesn’t use any glue, screws, wood, or steel frames to hold it together.

iomedes star destroyer lego venator episode 3 wars

Iomedes says that it was hard to take good pictures of his star destroyer, but the video sure lets you admire it in all its glory.

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All told, it weighs 180 pounds and it’s a 1:465-scale replica for those of you counting.

iomedes star destroyer lego venator episode 3 wars

iomedes star destroyer lego venator episode 3 wars

While I don’t like the prequel trilogy all that much – except some of the bits with Darth Maul and Anakin’s fall in Episode III – this 8-foot monster still looks amazing.

[Iomedes via MOCpages]





Comments (2):

  1. Paul says:

    Awesome! If you want to see one of the greatest LEGO movies of all time- Check this out!

    http://www.youtube.com/user/digitalwizardz?feature=mhee

  2. LegoBuilder13 says:

    This looks amazing. How much? The average cost should be $5513.38 if it were a real set.

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