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LEGO Planet Express Ship: Our Minifig Crew Is Replaceable, Your Package Isn’t

by Shane McGlaun
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I didn’t know that designing LEGO constructs in the virtual world was a thing. It clearly is because this spaceship for Futurama was designed by a dude called Nicola Stocchi using LEGO Digital Designer. The digitally-rendered spacecraft has 5112 parts and looks gigantic.

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My question is if you can design this thing in Digital Designer, could you not actually build it so we can see it in its real world glory? I don’t think they make LEGO parts in that green color though – at least I’ve never seen any.

I particularly like the image that shows the internals under the skin complete with a cargo hatch that opens. Someone better build this thing or bite my shiny metal ass.

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