Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior

Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior

The comparison with the official 2014 Star Destroyer in the foreground shows how awesome and big this custom ship really is. Doomhandle's ISD Tyrant is so massive, that he was able to fit a hangar bay, multiple ships and three levels of various rooms inside.

The Tyrant is over 56 inches (1.4m) long and weighs approximately 70 lbs (32kg) with a full load (the interior adds a lot of weight). That makes it about 20 inches [51cm] longer — and quite a few times heavier — than the classic LEGO UCS version.

So it's not just a gigantic MOC, but has awesome features inside, around 20 times the size of the official set.

Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior

That's the outside from all angles. And here's the top level with the command bridge, the captain's cabin, a conference room and a Sith meditation chamber below.

Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior

That's pretty cool. Level two below has even more stuff, with a classic Imperial walkway, sensor and gunner stations, a medical bay, a turbolift and engineering stations.

Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior

And below all lies level one, the largest section of the three. This level has a barracks, a cargo hold with a detention centre and a pretty damn cool hangar bay with some TIE Interceptors, a Sentinel Class Shuttle and a captured Rebel fighter.

Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior
Custom LEGO Star Destroyer Is So Huge It Has A Three-Level Interior

Incredible build! Be sure to check out Doomhandle's gallery for even more pics, zoom-ins and a showcase of the minifigs.


Comments

    Considering that Lego employs industrial designers to produce their 'official' Lego designs, schematics and toys, it's pretty incredible that this person has been able to competently design and build this piece of awesomeness without schematics for assistance.

    Holy cow! That is frickin' awesome!

    Also, is that Darth Vader in a canteen? Reminds me of that Eddie Izzard skit.

      Do you know who I am?

      That's Jeff Vader, that is!

      The original album on imgur actually has that image captioned with a paraphrased version of that skit. So it absolutely is Jeff Vader

      Give me penne arribiata, or you will die! and you and you! Death by tray it shall be

    Wow. Just the internals to get all the angles right and support the thing would have been an effort. But he build in multiple levels too. Just wow.

    My first thought was 'Damn that's cool, I want one' then my second thought was 'Damn wonder how much it will cost' and my third thought was 'not even official, still damn impressive'

    It's cool, but 20 times as big?
    Three times the size, tops.

      There are three dimensions. 2.714^3 = 20.

        EDIT: Nevermind, I'm an idiot.

        Last edited 29/04/16 12:21 pm

      The 20 times figure is based on volume, not length. If you increase the length of a star destroyer (or another 3D shape) by 2.7, the volume increases by 2.7 cubed, or about 20 times.

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