Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level

Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level

As I recall assembling those simple (but awesome) LEGO Castle sets as a kid with nothing else but grey blocks and a green baseplate, looking at Daniel "Legonardo Davidsy" Hensel's custom medieval buildings makes me cry.

This is something like mastering a map editor of a game and being able to do the most random terrain or the coolest buildings. Only with real blocks.

A huge diorama built in the same style would look astonishing.

Blacksmith Shop

Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level
Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level

Ol' Poggards' Mill

Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level
Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level

Ambush at Augmar Falls

Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level
Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level

Finbar the Fantastical Firework-maker

Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level

Senneck's Reside

Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level

Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level

Moruth's Outpost

Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level
Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level

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    So awesome, just shows you can make some pretty awesome buildings by just making it with the smallest of peices, and alot of patience.

    Finbar the Fantastical Firework-maker

    Just the name alone makes me want to make an RPG just so that you can buy rockets, cannons and handguns off him.

    Game of Thrones Lego sets now, please!

    Um...... That's not medieval. That's Lord Of The Rings.

    Those look awesome, but does it still count as a Lego build when you use glue?

      I was wondering how he did hte funny angle...you reckon he used glue?

    My name's David actually, not Daniel ;p
    Theres no glue in any of the models, in case you're wandering

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