Man Builds His Own Custom Designed, 25,000 Piece LEGO Klingon Bird Of Prey

January 4, 2017

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This is the LEGO Klingon Bird Of Prey built by Kevin J. Walter of Germany using a virtual model he designed between 2008 and 2010. The original design required over 250,000 bricks, but he decided to make a 1/10th scale version (that measures 71cm long x 42cm wide and 86cm tall on its stand, ~28" x 16.5" x 34") that he spent the last year and a half building that totals around 25,000 bricks. For reference, that's 25,000 more bricks than my actual house, because I built my house out of straw like the first little pig. Don't worry about the Big Bad Wolf though, what I saved on building supplies I spent on a motion-activated laser turret system. Uh-oh, here he comes! *nothing happens, Wolf destroys house and eat me. Two days later, I appear as an anthropomorphic piece of wolf shit in the woods* Of all the months to not pay my electric bill.

Keep going for several more shots, including the original computer model, and you can see a whole gallery of the finished product at Kevin's Flickr gallery HERE, and work in progress shots HERE.

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Thanks to n0entity and BDL, who informed me clingons and dingleberries and synonymous.

  • Johnny Freakin Call

    Excellent work! It's been a while since we've seen something for the Trekkers.

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