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LEGO Halo Pillar of Autumn Model is 7-feet Long

by Shane McGlaun
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We love us some LEGO around here and this is one of the coolest spaceships we’ve seen built from those little plastic blocks. The gigantic 7-foot long model of the Pillar of Autumn from Halo weighs in at 200 pounds and took the dude who built it three years to complete. The builder is one Lee Jones and this is $7000 well and geekily spent.

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Jones’ massive LEGO project was on display at BrickWorld and BrickCon this year. It would look fantastic in a room with the other 7-foot long Halo spacecraft we talked about earlier this year, built by Mark Kelso.

I wonder how exactly you build something this massive without having it fall apart. I also want to know how you get it to and from shows. I’d wager the build involves some sort of frame inside and lots of glue. Check out the video to see more details of this awesome build.

[via Nerd Approved]

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