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Someone created a spinning Game of Thrones’ Red Keep using 125000 Lego bricks

Someone created a spinning Game of Thrones’ Red Keep using 125000 Lego bricks
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Fan-art is a big part of fandoms that are as big as the Game of Thrones fandom. Ranging from things like fan-fiction to extravagant displays like Game of Thrones themed events, there’s an abundance of fans who pour in their time and patience to create things which other fans will enjoy. Since the show takes almost a year to return, and us fans have not much to channel all the anticipation through, fan-art is often a nice escape. One of the more patient fans has now made the Red Keep from Game of Thrones, fully out of LEGO bricks, and it’s amazing! Read on!

Made by Claus-Marc Hahn of BricksCreations, this marvel is made out of 125,000 LEGO pieces, and uses four EV3 motors, to give it the motion of spinning and going up and down, like it is shown in the title sequence of the show. The video of this model operating was shared to YouTube by Beyond the Bricks. Check it out, below :

You can clearly see how much effort has been put into the making of this model, with the video showcasing the operation of the model, which is impressive to say the least, followed by the LEGO models of some of our most favorite characters from the show. Moving on, we get a look at what’s under the hood, and the makings of the model, which will make you realize that much more effort has been put into this model than you first thought.

What other Game of Thrones structure would you like to see made out of LEGO bricks? We would like to see the whole of it, really, but an exploding Great┬áSept of Baelor would be a nice idea, although we aren’t sure how that will work. What about you? Talk to us in the comments, below!

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Palash Volvoikar 21. Goan. Full-time Geek. Failing in college while you fail in life. Staff writer at Wiki of Thrones.

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