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sukigod
22-01-2008, 22:37
Not the "40K with Legos" bot Legos used to make 40K stuff. Pretty impressive.

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=297065
http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=297064

Lord Damocles
22-01-2008, 22:38
Cool. My chaplain's Grail is Lego, but that dreadnought puts me to shame:):)

The Orange
22-01-2008, 22:41
Good stuff their, I wonder if those would be more or less expensive then GWs originals :p. Their's quite a lot of Lego 40k out there, I'm sure I've also seen the lego thunderhawk, etc. All cool stuff.

Seved
22-01-2008, 23:08
Cool, but I prefer one in pewter, or resin.

Super Ninja
22-01-2008, 23:12
... I am speechless. Lego ate my life when i was a kid and i loved it! seeing a LEgo BA Dread is too kool!:D

Captin Korea!
22-01-2008, 23:40
the chaos one is better that the GW one!

Brother-Captain De Angele
22-01-2008, 23:48
lego dreads this is by far the GREATEST thing ever

Grimtuff
22-01-2008, 23:52
lego dreads this is by far the GREATEST thing ever

Get out much? :eyebrows:

dr.oetk3r
22-01-2008, 23:55
Very high quality stuff we have here.

Caboose123
23-01-2008, 00:49
I really like the dreads, the chaos one especially, the bull head is fantastic!

Lego was my childhood... so this is just... magical!

I wonder (if disguised properly, seems between bricks would have to be hidden with varnish or poly cement) if you could use those in a game? Just for vehicles ofc... (for starters MWAHAHAHAHAHA :evilgrin:)

Longrunripper
23-01-2008, 01:07
My flatmate and I clearly agree we would have no issue if you fielded that in an actual game. Sheer brilliance.

Dragonlv8
23-01-2008, 01:12
I need a black templars one, where and how much?

Gaebriel
23-01-2008, 01:21
Would these count as scratchbuilt? It's not like they were using parts from a competing miniature company.

Caboose123
23-01-2008, 01:30
Could you make money selling self-built lego dreadnoughts?

*ponders, then rummages through old legos*
;)

Imperialis_Dominatus
23-01-2008, 01:37
lego dreads this is by far the GREATEST thing ever

You're wrong. The surfing Dread is the GREATEST thing ever.

The GOD EMPEROR OF MANKIND: What did you say, mortal!?!?

Sorry! Sorry! I didn't mean it OH SHI--!!!

*Anti-Horus Soul Destroyer Bolt of The GOD EMPEROR OF MANKIND*

The GOD EMPEROR OF MANKIND: Kudos, Lastie.

Arkzein
23-01-2008, 02:00
Lego as I recall it could have never made something that looks like that, it got all fancy all of a sudden! Must admit compared to an actual model not too fussed, but in awe of the skill needed to make one of those just from bits and pieces laying around.

Santiaghoul
23-01-2008, 03:18
Thats impressive.

Imperialis_Dominatus
23-01-2008, 03:19
So... uh... is that 40k scale? And is it... well...

*whisper* Is it cheaper than GW?

RavenMorpheus
23-01-2008, 06:07
Looks good but I think they've been made from odds and ends of lego just stuck together rather than actually being assembled in the "lego" way if you get what I mean.

Still pretty good though.

RFT
23-01-2008, 11:32
It's bigger than 40k scale, it's about twice the size, I think. which would make it Inquisitor-scale.

NightBringer666
23-01-2008, 14:58
I have an insane amount of lego's left from when i was a kid. This is awsome. I wonder if you could find instructions on how to build your own somewhere.

Grazzy
23-01-2008, 18:20
Lego as I recall it could have never made something that looks like that, it got all fancy all of a sudden!

I agree. Lego was just cuboid blocks with a few special pieces, but i don't mind that now it has all of these super-thingy-majigs. It is still as cool as it was when i used it!

jasdc1
23-01-2008, 18:23
Does anyone know where to ind the parts lists and instructions for these? Also how big are they compared to the actual model?