Recent Lego models gallery

It's been a while since I blogged about hobby stuff so I thought I'd share a few photos of recent Lego models I've made – I know quite a few of you are model nuts like me! I've included a soda can so you can get an idea of the scale of the models.

Click on all photos for a 1024×768 enlargement. Enjoy!

This is the one I've just finished – the Imperial Shuttle (set #10212, 2503 pieces).

  

 

This is one Lego made a while ago and then stopped. I was really bummed not to get it and then they suddenly started making it again. This is the Maersk Container Ship (set #10155, 990 pieces). And you can see our favorite game in the background :-)

 

This is the most recent shuttle model Lego has released. They made one 6-7 years ago (that I have) that has an open cargo bay with the Hubble on the end of the remote manipulator arm. This is the Shuttle Adventure (set #10213, 1204 pieces).

 

This is one I was sent as a gift for recommending someone to write a whitepaper for Microsoft – it's motorized and walks along. It's the AT-AT Walker (set #8129, 815 pieces).

 

I've also got the original Death Star (see this blog post), AT-ST Walker, and the largest set ever made – the Millenium Falcon (see this blog post).

8 thoughts on “Recent Lego models gallery

  1. It’s all better than womanizing and gambling so it’s all good!

    Now I just need to build a few more of mine and catch up a bit. We need a house just for lego. I wonder what we should build it out of?!

    Just an idea.
    Wife.

  2. Legos Rock!!!! My brother and I had MANY kits as kids. He still has all of our Legos! Too bad we both ended up with daughters and not sons that don’t want to have anything to do with Legos. :-(

    I love that Falling Water kit! I started college in Pittsburgh as an Architecture student at Carnegie-Mellon University and we actually took a field trip to Falling Water which is only about 1.5 hours away from Pittsburgh. I have to say the kit is quite accurate but doesn’t do it justice!

    –Stewart

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