StarCraft Battlecruiser created with LEGO

LEGO HyperionIt’s time for more impressive structures created with LEGO pieces again. This time it’s from LEGO builder, Sven Junga, who decided to recreate one of the most popular units from the game, StartCraft 2; the Terran Battlecruiser known as the Hyperion. Using references to artwork from the game, Junga built the model with over 15,000 LEGO pieces, recreating every possible detail as accurately as possible. I’m not even a fan of the game StarCraft but I definitely can appreciate the hard work and effort that took to create this space ship and I’m definitely impressed. Head over to Sven Junga’s Flickr page to see more photographs of his creation. Anybody willing to top it with a StarCraft creation of your own?

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