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Lego Star Destroyer Is 8-Foot of Gorgeous Turgid Brickwork

At a whooping 43,000 bricks, the 8-foot-long and 180-pound Lego Venator Class Star Destroyer could actually kill you without even firing one of its fake turbolaser. It's a stunning creation with only one defect: It's from the prequel trilogy.

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But that's only a bit of boo-hiss compared to the amazing detail and Lego engineering that went into this model. Kudos to you, iomedes. You nailed it. [iomedes via Obvious Winner via Geekosystem]

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DISCUSSION

Apothacary
Apothacary

I have to ask because it had always baffled me. How do people even begin to build these kind of things out of LEGO, is there a computer modeling program that will map it out for you? Or is it just a matter of creativity and time?