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Amazing LEGO StarCraft II Model That Took A Team Three Years To Build

LEGO crafts are totally out of control these days, with bigger and better looking models being made every day by average bricksters like you and I.

But if you want to create something truly spectacular you’ve gotta team up with some fellow bricksters and go all out for, say, two or three years.

That’s how long it took a team of LEGO builders from the U.S., Canada, Belgium and Norway to build this amazing, 14-foot-long StarCraft II model, which they recently unveiled at Brickworld Chicago.

The images and following video were shared by part of the team Siercon and Coral, who have lots more images for you to peruse in this Flickr gallery.

(YouTube Link)

The tiny pics don’t do this model justice, make sure you check out this video to get a really good look at this really good looking LEGO model!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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Read that as if it took the "A-Team" three years to build it. But, of course, the A-Team would have built it in a three-minute montage.
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