7500 Legos complete this awesomelicious Millennium Falcon replica

Millennium Falcon replica made from 7500 Legos

Millennium Falcon replica made from 7500 Legos

This here is the most awe-inspiring Star Wars-themed creation you’ll ever see. A Millennium Falcon replica made from almost 7500 Legos just in time for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens fever. And it took Flickr user [Marshal Banana] who is a graphics designer one year to put together this masterpiece. Now that is some commitment!

Made after one year of hardwork

Made after one year of hardwork

This Millennium Falcon replica makes the official Lego Star Wars Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon set made from 5195 Lego pieces look ordinary. And just for the facts it costs $10,000 to buy which makes [Marshal Banana]’s creation a whole lot more valuable. However, his creation is a one off and is not available for purchase, it is a creation to admire.

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Making the flying version of a Millennium Falcon was a major challenge and the maker had to compromise on minimalistic interiors. That said, he managed to fully lighten it up which makes you notice the intricate detailing including the cockpit having 4 seats, lowering ramp and gunner’s platform.

The replica measures 82 cm x 54 cm x 18 cm and weighs 10kg in total which makes it a collector’s item right away. Words can’t express the exquisiteness of this Lego replica, so it would be better to enjoy it in pictures over and over again.

Detailing beyond belief

Detailing beyond belief

Every element replicated perfectly

Every element replicated perfectly

Lowering ramp and gunner’s platform

Lowering ramp and gunner’s platform

Cockpit having 4 seats

Cockpit having 4 seats

Complete with internal lighting

Complete with internal lighting

Via: HighSnobeity

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