LEGO Spaceship Is Two Metres Long, Took Four Years To Build

LEGO Spaceship Is Seven Feet Long, Took Four Years To Build

The UNSC Spirit Of Fire, a ship from the Halo series, would be 2.5km long if it were a real thing. But it's not. So all we've got instead is this "tiny" model.

Mark Kelso spent four years building this monstrosity, which is based off 3D models and had the insane goal of not just replicating the ship, but designing it so that the exterior didn't show any LEGO studs. This would make it look more like a scale model kit than a LEGO build.

And he did it. This thing is incredible.

LEGO Spaceship Is Seven Feet Long, Took Four Years To Build
LEGO Spaceship Is Seven Feet Long, Took Four Years To Build
LEGO Spaceship Is Seven Feet Long, Took Four Years To Build
LEGO Spaceship Is Seven Feet Long, Took Four Years To Build
LEGO Spaceship Is Seven Feet Long, Took Four Years To Build
LEGO Spaceship Is Seven Feet Long, Took Four Years To Build

UNSC Spirit of Fire [MOCpages]


Comments

    Very impressive.

    (in before Phil Fish has a whinge about "we get it. you can make things in lego. thanks.")

    I love this.
    Really wish it was a purchasable model, then again the insanely expensive price tag would deter me I think...

      Yeah, I'd guess around several thousand dollars worth of lego right there.....

      But, hey, that's not bad for 4 years worth of a hobby. I wonder how much of that time was divided between the 3D design work, and actual building, though.

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