Huge LEGO Millennium Falcon built in stop-motion video

The massive LEGO Millennium Falcon set isn’t just big. It is the greatest company of all time. All Star wars The collection includes 7,541 pieces, measuring over 8 inches high, 33 inches long and 22 inches wide. That’s a lot of blocks. The idea of ​​putting it together seems more difficult than doing the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs. Yet many brave souls have done just that. If the galaxy far, far away has shown us anything, it’s that the universe is full of amazing people who can do amazing things. This includes a very ambitious builder who has reconstructed this gigantic LEGO Millennium Falcon. And he did it like a stop-motion video.

And this is the most impressive.

The Lego My Legos YouTube channel turned their build of the massive LEGO set into a captivating stop-motion animation (which we first saw in io9). This is not just a time-lapse clip showing the enormous effort required to build this Millennium Falcon. It looks like the bricks and LEGO pieces connect via the Force. No humans, Bothans or Wookiees will be found here. Just incredible patience and know-how.

According to the Reddit post where the video was originally shared, the entire project took five weeks, which was actually less time than expected at the start of the project. It also took 8,000 images to create the stop-motion effect. There are Jedi Masters who wouldn’t have had the stamina and the nerve to put this into place.

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Obviously this video is awesome. But there is another bonus to doing all of this work. It really helps to get the most time out of an item that has a retail price of $ 799.99. Giant LEGO sets are also offered at Giant LEGO prices.

You cannot use the Force (or stop-motion animation) to avoid this.

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