If you happen to be a fan of building with LEGOS or if you are a Star Wars enthusiast, then you probably have your share of Star Wars Lego sets.
They offer an interesting way to pass a few hours, but they aren’t providing enough for every hobbyist.
According to a report on Nerdist, one of those Star Wars LEGO enthusiasts took things to the brink when they created their own Star Wars Lego builder, and it is massive. It was unveiled at the Brick Rodeo LEGO convention in Texas and posted to YouTube.
Richboy Jhae was inspired to create this monstrosity, which is based on the 2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie and the First Order’s Starkiller Base. Officially branded LEGO products were used, along with custom builds for the recreation of this film scene.
The front of the model shows an army of stormtroopers, who are getting a speech from General Hux. Some 400 miniature figures were used for that part of the model.
Some other additions include Hux’s command center, a hangar bay, and a cloning facility. If you look close enough, you can see the miniature figure of Rey hiding from storm troopers as she hangs on a wall.
This wasn’t something that was built overnight. In fact, it took 2 1/2 years to piece everything together.
It was on display at the LEGO convention for only a day, so a lot of work went into assembling it for that purpose.
If you happened to miss the Lego convention, you can always see it in this video:SKM: below-content placeholder