My design goal was to build accurate rather than just big, so I chose the official UCS set scale , big enough for all important details to fit in yet compact enough to be manageable and sturdy. The challenge with this design was to bring all the angles and orientations together without compromise; the hull plate orientation is perpendicular to the center-line to align with the tower and the docking bay, while the edge is perpendicular to the slope to make a perfect contour line with the side greebling. The hull is also built around a tough chassis balanced only on one pillar to expose all bottom hull details for photography; the pillar fits in an opening right at the core of the chassis without the need for pins so it could be installed or uninstalled easily. Hull parts are fixed by Technic links for the bottom part and magnets for the top so it can be easily removed like a modular build. I hope you guys enjoy this one.
The 10 Biggest Star Wars Lego Sets (And How Many Pieces Are In Each)
An ambitious Lego builder uses an unusual and advanced design method to creates an Imperial Star Destroyer that's more than six feet long. The massive model is over four feet long. But that wasn't enough for one Lego builder who goes by Jerac on Flickr. He built his own Imperial Star Destroyer , rendering the warship in exacting detail and snapping together plastic bricks until it was over six feet long.
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Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. The elaborate destroyer has so many intricate and authentic details including a working elevator, transparent-element engine, and a bridge with seating for the crew.
Since the first wave of Star Wars Lego sets appeared in to coincide with the release of The Phantom Menace the largest being an piece Mos Espa Podracer , Lego's partnership with Star Wars has become one of their most lucrative, and thus resulted in some of the biggest and coolest! While Lego's most monolithic builds are always pretty expensive, with the holidays coming up avid Star Wars collectors will find their interests piqued by these unbelievably epic gargantuan sets, and they might even consider blowing their holiday budget on one. Here are the most monumentally huge Star Wars sets of all time, ordered by piece count. While the set's interactive features give it at an appearance of being more for play than display, the four-section design with each area depicting a scene from the film is a nice touch and really adds to the overall presentation. Overall, this is a beautiful and elegantly crafted Lego set, albeit maybe more for new collectors than veteran Lego connoisseurs.