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Titanic Disaster Model in LEGO: I’m the Minifig of the World!

by Conner Flynn
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Some artists work in clay, some in paint, but I think the ones that work in LEGO probably have the most fun. LEGO Certified Professional builder Ryan McNaught recreated the Titanic’s final moments in this impressively detailed model. This build took about 120,000 bricks and over 250 hours of free time.

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Ryan didn’t do it alone. He had the help of fellow builders Mitchell Kruik and Clay Mellington. When I say detailed, I’m not kidding. This model shows the ship at the moment the hull buckled. It has severed decks, working lights, wreckage debris, freaked out minifig passengers. Everything.

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Awesome job, Ryan, Mitchell and Clay! Check out all of the intricate detail over on Flickr. If James Cameron worked in LEGO, this would be his Titanic.

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[via Brothers Brick via Nerd Approved]

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