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Cool Stuff: Gigantic 120000 Piece LEGO Construction of Erebor from ‘The Hobbit’ – /FILM

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The Hobbit LEGO Erebor

Next month brings the new video game LEGO Dimensions[1], linking the world’s of the LEGO versions of Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo, Lord of the Rings and more. But I’m not even sure the LEGO video game world will be as massive or impressive as this latest creation.

LEGO master builder Michal Kazmierczak has constructed a 120,000 piece The Hobbit LEGO Erebor set, and you won’t believe how big and detailed this creation is. Even more impressive is that it’s not just an exterior LEGO creation, but it also has an incredible interior as well. I can’t even imagine how much this cost to create.

Here’s some images of the LEGO Erebor creation from Michal’s Flickr[2] (via Gizmodo[3]):

This creation is 7 feet tall, 5.5 feet deep, and 6 feet wide, with a weight of 286 pounds. The LEGO piece count may not be anywhere near the number of gold pieces that are in Erebor, but that’s still an insane amount of LEGO pieces. It’s certainly way bigger and cooler than one of the official The Hobbit LEGO sets[4] that attempted to bring just one part of Erebor to toy shelves for Middle Earth fans to build at home.

If you need more LEGO fun with Gandalf, Bilbo, Legloas and more characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, the LEGO Dimensions video game arrives on September 27th.

Otherwise, if you’re not the LEGO type, you can still head to theaters in October to see The Hobbit trilogy all over again[5], but this time in the extended edition format which has never played on the big screen before. There’s a chance you might spend more time watching The Hobbit in theaters than Micha? Ka?mierczak spent buidling this LEGO Erebor set. Or at least it will feel like you spent more time in theaters.

References

  1. ^ LEGO Dimensions (www.slashfilm.com)
  2. ^ Flickr (flic.kr)
  3. ^ Gizmodo (lego.gizmodo.com)
  4. ^ the official The Hobbit LEGO sets (www.amazon.com)
  5. ^ see The Hobbit trilogy all over again (www.slashfilm.com)

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Cool Stuff: Gigantic 120000 Piece LEGO Construction of Erebor from ‘The Hobbit’ – /FILM

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The Hobbit LEGO Erebor

Next month brings the new video game LEGO Dimensions[1], linking the world’s of the LEGO versions of Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo, Lord of the Rings and more. But I’m not even sure the LEGO video game world will be as massive or impressive as this latest creation.

LEGO master builder Michal Kazmierczak has constructed a 120,000 piece The Hobbit LEGO Erebor set, and you won’t believe how big and detailed this creation is. Even more impressive is that it’s not just an exterior LEGO creation, but it also has an incredible interior as well. I can’t even imagine how much this cost to create.

Here’s some images of the LEGO Erebor creation from Michal’s Flickr[2] (via Gizmodo[3]):

This creation is 7 feet tall, 5.5 feet deep, and 6 feet wide, with a weight of 286 pounds. The LEGO piece count may not be anywhere near the number of gold pieces that are in Erebor, but that’s still an insane amount of LEGO pieces. It’s certainly way bigger and cooler than one of the official The Hobbit LEGO sets[4] that attempted to bring just one part of Erebor to toy shelves for Middle Earth fans to build at home.

If you need more LEGO fun with Gandalf, Bilbo, Legloas and more characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, the LEGO Dimensions video game arrives on September 27th.

Otherwise, if you’re not the LEGO type, you can still head to theaters in October to see The Hobbit trilogy all over again[5], but this time in the extended edition format which has never played on the big screen before. There’s a chance you might spend more time watching The Hobbit in theaters than Micha? Ka?mierczak spent buidling this LEGO Erebor set. Or at least it will feel like you spent more time in theaters.

References

  1. ^ LEGO Dimensions (www.slashfilm.com)
  2. ^ Flickr (flic.kr)
  3. ^ Gizmodo (lego.gizmodo.com)
  4. ^ the official The Hobbit LEGO sets (www.amazon.com)
  5. ^ see The Hobbit trilogy all over again (www.slashfilm.com)

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Cool Stuff: Gigantic 120000 Piece LEGO Construction of Erebor from ‘The Hobbit’ – /FILM

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The Hobbit LEGO Erebor

Next month brings the new video game LEGO Dimensions[1], linking the world’s of the LEGO versions of Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo, Lord of the Rings and more. But I’m not even sure the LEGO video game world will be as massive or impressive as this latest creation.

LEGO master builder Michal Kazmierczak has constructed a 120,000 piece The Hobbit LEGO Erebor set, and you won’t believe how big and detailed this creation is. Even more impressive is that it’s not just an exterior LEGO creation, but it also has an incredible interior as well. I can’t even imagine how much this cost to create.

Here’s some images of the LEGO Erebor creation from Michal’s Flickr[2] (via Gizmodo[3]):

This creation is 7 feet tall, 5.5 feet deep, and 6 feet wide, with a weight of 286 pounds. The LEGO piece count may not be anywhere near the number of gold pieces that are in Erebor, but that’s still an insane amount of LEGO pieces. It’s certainly way bigger and cooler than one of the official The Hobbit LEGO sets[4] that attempted to bring just one part of Erebor to toy shelves for Middle Earth fans to build at home.

If you need more LEGO fun with Gandalf, Bilbo, Legloas and more characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, the LEGO Dimensions video game arrives on September 27th.

Otherwise, if you’re not the LEGO type, you can still head to theaters in October to see The Hobbit trilogy all over again[5], but this time in the extended edition format which has never played on the big screen before. There’s a chance you might spend more time watching The Hobbit in theaters than Micha? Ka?mierczak spent buidling this LEGO Erebor set. Or at least it will feel like you spent more time in theaters.

References

  1. ^ LEGO Dimensions (www.slashfilm.com)
  2. ^ Flickr (flic.kr)
  3. ^ Gizmodo (lego.gizmodo.com)
  4. ^ the official The Hobbit LEGO sets (www.amazon.com)
  5. ^ see The Hobbit trilogy all over again (www.slashfilm.com)

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LEGO Workshop Builds Family Unity in Clinton – Zip06

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More than 60 children, parents, and grandparents gathered at Jared Eliot Middle School on Nov. 14, to recreate Washington, D.C.—from the neoclassical Lincoln Memorial and U.S. Supreme Court Building to the six-story steel and limestone Department of Labor headquarters—one plastic brick at a time.

The two-hour event was part of Building Blocks Workshops, a large-group model building experience that brings families together to communicate and create.

“We have 70,000 LEGO pieces here, and only one rule,” said workshop founder Stephen Schwartz. “No cell phones, no electronic devices, just two hours to actually work together as a family.”

Participants were shown photographs of architecturally significant buildings in our nation’s capital, including civic buildings, monuments, and historic structures, and each family was given a choice of which iconic building to recreate. They were then handed a diagram showing a footprint of the building and 14-gallon clear plastic tote containing thousands of LEGO bricks in almost every conceivable shape and color.

“Sometimes we have people ask, ‘Why don’t you just give us the right LEGOs for our building instead of having us sort through and find them?’” said Schwartz.

Digging around for the pieces that work—“making those important decisions on color, pattern, size, and shape,” he explained—is what makes the experience fun.

Schwartz, an architect licensed in 10 states, including Connecticut, believes it’s critical for youth and adults to unplug and connect with each other.

“When you look around,” he said, “you’ll see that the parents get totally absorbed in the project, not just the kids.”

One of the adults—a grandfather assembling the monolithic Frances Perkins Building with his grandson—spent nearly an hour lying on the floor, carefully sorting through a collection of ivory-colored bricks.

“It’s exciting,” said Nancy Darr, who put together arguably the most ornate building in the Federal Triangle—the National Archives—with her two sons, Anderson, 10, and Hayden, 6. “They had no problem diving into the bin,” she said, “looking for the right-colored pieces.”

While the majority of workshop attendees were fathers and sons, no shortage of moms—and a number of teen and ’tween girls—were busy reconstructing D.C. as well.

“I’m a master LEGO builder,” said Rebecca Kravitz, 10.

A student at Old Saybrook Middle School, Rebecca boasts an entire collection of Hobbit LEGO sets at home. She and her grandfather, Clinton resident Alan Kravitz, spent the evening assembling the façade and wings of the National Gallery of Art, which joined the rest of the capital city’s architectural gems on a huge floor map of Washington, D.C., rolled out in the school’s cafeteria.

“There aren’t as many girls and women as there are males involved in building and architecture,” said Kravitz, a member of the town’s Planning & Zoning Commission. “Rebecca’s into it, so I want to encourage her. It’s really important.”

Approximately 25 families took part in the workshop, which ran from 4 to 6 p.m.

Andrea Kaye, program coordinator for Clinton Youth & Family Service Bureau, helped plan the event.

“It’s a great thing,” she said. “It gives families something positive to focus on and do together.”

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LEGO Workshop Builds Family Unity in Clinton – Zip06

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More than 60 children, parents, and grandparents gathered at Jared Eliot Middle School on Nov. 14, to recreate Washington, D.C.—from the neoclassical Lincoln Memorial and U.S. Supreme Court Building to the six-story steel and limestone Department of Labor headquarters—one plastic brick at a time.

The two-hour event was part of Building Blocks Workshops, a large-group model building experience that brings families together to communicate and create.

“We have 70,000 LEGO pieces here, and only one rule,” said workshop founder Stephen Schwartz. “No cell phones, no electronic devices, just two hours to actually work together as a family.”

Participants were shown photographs of architecturally significant buildings in our nation’s capital, including civic buildings, monuments, and historic structures, and each family was given a choice of which iconic building to recreate. They were then handed a diagram showing a footprint of the building and 14-gallon clear plastic tote containing thousands of LEGO bricks in almost every conceivable shape and color.

“Sometimes we have people ask, ‘Why don’t you just give us the right LEGOs for our building instead of having us sort through and find them?’” said Schwartz.

Digging around for the pieces that work—“making those important decisions on color, pattern, size, and shape,” he explained—is what makes the experience fun.

Schwartz, an architect licensed in 10 states, including Connecticut, believes it’s critical for youth and adults to unplug and connect with each other.

“When you look around,” he said, “you’ll see that the parents get totally absorbed in the project, not just the kids.”

One of the adults—a grandfather assembling the monolithic Frances Perkins Building with his grandson—spent nearly an hour lying on the floor, carefully sorting through a collection of ivory-colored bricks.

“It’s exciting,” said Nancy Darr, who put together arguably the most ornate building in the Federal Triangle—the National Archives—with her two sons, Anderson, 10, and Hayden, 6. “They had no problem diving into the bin,” she said, “looking for the right-colored pieces.”

While the majority of workshop attendees were fathers and sons, no shortage of moms—and a number of teen and ’tween girls—were busy reconstructing D.C. as well.

“I’m a master LEGO builder,” said Rebecca Kravitz, 10.

A student at Old Saybrook Middle School, Rebecca boasts an entire collection of Hobbit LEGO sets at home. She and her grandfather, Clinton resident Alan Kravitz, spent the evening assembling the façade and wings of the National Gallery of Art, which joined the rest of the capital city’s architectural gems on a huge floor map of Washington, D.C., rolled out in the school’s cafeteria.

“There aren’t as many girls and women as there are males involved in building and architecture,” said Kravitz, a member of the town’s Planning & Zoning Commission. “Rebecca’s into it, so I want to encourage her. It’s really important.”

Approximately 25 families took part in the workshop, which ran from 4 to 6 p.m.

Andrea Kaye, program coordinator for Clinton Youth & Family Service Bureau, helped plan the event.

“It’s a great thing,” she said. “It gives families something positive to focus on and do together.”

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LEGO Workshop Builds Family Unity in Clinton – Zip06

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More than 60 children, parents, and grandparents gathered at Jared Eliot Middle School on Nov. 14, to recreate Washington, D.C.—from the neoclassical Lincoln Memorial and U.S. Supreme Court Building to the six-story steel and limestone Department of Labor headquarters—one plastic brick at a time.

The two-hour event was part of Building Blocks Workshops, a large-group model building experience that brings families together to communicate and create.

“We have 70,000 LEGO pieces here, and only one rule,” said workshop founder Stephen Schwartz. “No cell phones, no electronic devices, just two hours to actually work together as a family.”

Participants were shown photographs of architecturally significant buildings in our nation’s capital, including civic buildings, monuments, and historic structures, and each family was given a choice of which iconic building to recreate. They were then handed a diagram showing a footprint of the building and 14-gallon clear plastic tote containing thousands of LEGO bricks in almost every conceivable shape and color.

“Sometimes we have people ask, ‘Why don’t you just give us the right LEGOs for our building instead of having us sort through and find them?’” said Schwartz.

Digging around for the pieces that work—“making those important decisions on color, pattern, size, and shape,” he explained—is what makes the experience fun.

Schwartz, an architect licensed in 10 states, including Connecticut, believes it’s critical for youth and adults to unplug and connect with each other.

“When you look around,” he said, “you’ll see that the parents get totally absorbed in the project, not just the kids.”

One of the adults—a grandfather assembling the monolithic Frances Perkins Building with his grandson—spent nearly an hour lying on the floor, carefully sorting through a collection of ivory-colored bricks.

“It’s exciting,” said Nancy Darr, who put together arguably the most ornate building in the Federal Triangle—the National Archives—with her two sons, Anderson, 10, and Hayden, 6. “They had no problem diving into the bin,” she said, “looking for the right-colored pieces.”

While the majority of workshop attendees were fathers and sons, no shortage of moms—and a number of teen and ’tween girls—were busy reconstructing D.C. as well.

“I’m a master LEGO builder,” said Rebecca Kravitz, 10.

A student at Old Saybrook Middle School, Rebecca boasts an entire collection of Hobbit LEGO sets at home. She and her grandfather, Clinton resident Alan Kravitz, spent the evening assembling the façade and wings of the National Gallery of Art, which joined the rest of the capital city’s architectural gems on a huge floor map of Washington, D.C., rolled out in the school’s cafeteria.

“There aren’t as many girls and women as there are males involved in building and architecture,” said Kravitz, a member of the town’s Planning & Zoning Commission. “Rebecca’s into it, so I want to encourage her. It’s really important.”

Approximately 25 families took part in the workshop, which ran from 4 to 6 p.m.

Andrea Kaye, program coordinator for Clinton Youth & Family Service Bureau, helped plan the event.

“It’s a great thing,” she said. “It gives families something positive to focus on and do together.”

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Original article more than 60 children, parents and grandparents gathered Jared Eliot Middle School on November 14, D.C.-from neo-classic Lincoln Memorial, Washington, and U.S. Supreme Court building in the six-story steel and limestone Ministry headquarters new – a plastic brick at a time. The two-hour event workshops, was part of the building blocks large groups build model, which brings to communicate to families and to create. “We have 70,000 place East one and only one rule,” said workshop founder Stephen Schwartz. “No cell phones, no electronic devices, only two hours to actually work together as a family.” Participants were shown photographs of architecturally significant buildings in the capital of our country, including the civic buildings, monuments and historic buildings, and each family was to recreate a selection of what iconic building. You were then a diagram shows a footprint of the building pass and clear plastic 14-gallon tote with thousands of LEGO bricks in almost any imaginable shape and color. “Sometimes people have questions, ‘ why don’t you meets the real LEGOs for our building rather than us by kind and find them?’”, Schwartz said. For the pieces that work around ditch – he said “these important decisions about color, pattern, size and shape,” – the experience is fun. Licensed Schwartz, architect in 10 States of Connecticut, holds critical for young people and adults to separate and connect with each other. “If you around,” he said, “you will see that the parents completely engrossed in the project not only the kids get.” Monolithic Frances Perkins building with his grandson – spent almost an hour on the ground lying through a collection of ivory-colored stones carefully sort that one of the adult – a grandfather Assembly. “It’s exciting,” said Nancy Darr, together perhaps the most ornate buildings in the Federal Triangle – State archives – with their two sons, Anderson, 10, and Hayden, 6 “she had no problem in the bucket dive,” said she, “looking for the right colored pieces.” The majority of workshop participants while fathers and sons, no lack were mothers – and a number of teen and ‘ D.C. tween girls – were busy, as well as to reconstruct. “I’m a LEGO Builder,” said Rebecca Kravitz, 10. A student at Old Saybrook Middle School, boasts of Rebecca, a whole collection of Hobbit LEGO sets at home. She and her grandfather, Clinton resident Alan Kravitz, spent the evening, the Assembly of the facade and rolled out in the school cafeteria wing of the National Gallery of art, who joined on a giant floor map of Washington, D.C., the rest of the capital architectural jewels. “There are not so many girls and women are men involved in construction and architecture”, Kravitz said, Member of the city planning

Cool Stuff: Gigantic 120000 Piece LEGO Construction of Erebor from ‘The Hobbit’ – /FILM

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The Hobbit LEGO Erebor

Next month brings the new video game LEGO Dimensions[1], linking the world’s of the LEGO versions of Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo, Lord of the Rings and more. But I’m not even sure the LEGO video game world will be as massive or impressive as this latest creation.

LEGO master builder Michal Kazmierczak has constructed a 120,000 piece The Hobbit LEGO Erebor set, and you won’t believe how big and detailed this creation is. Even more impressive is that it’s not just an exterior LEGO creation, but it also has an incredible interior as well. I can’t even imagine how much this cost to create.

Here’s some images of the LEGO Erebor creation from Michal’s Flickr[2] (via Gizmodo[3]):

This creation is 7 feet tall, 5.5 feet deep, and 6 feet wide, with a weight of 286 pounds. The LEGO piece count may not be anywhere near the number of gold pieces that are in Erebor, but that’s still an insane amount of LEGO pieces. It’s certainly way bigger and cooler than one of the official The Hobbit LEGO sets[4] that attempted to bring just one part of Erebor to toy shelves for Middle Earth fans to build at home.

If you need more LEGO fun with Gandalf, Bilbo, Legloas and more characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, the LEGO Dimensions video game arrives on September 27th.

Otherwise, if you’re not the LEGO type, you can still head to theaters in October to see The Hobbit trilogy all over again[5], but this time in the extended edition format which has never played on the big screen before. There’s a chance you might spend more time watching The Hobbit in theaters than Micha? Ka?mierczak spent buidling this LEGO Erebor set. Or at least it will feel like you spent more time in theaters.

References

  1. ^ LEGO Dimensions (www.slashfilm.com)
  2. ^ Flickr (flic.kr)
  3. ^ Gizmodo (lego.gizmodo.com)
  4. ^ the official The Hobbit LEGO sets (www.amazon.com)
  5. ^ see The Hobbit trilogy all over again (www.slashfilm.com)

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