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Two Guys Build a Wrecked Super Star Destroyer From Star Wars: The Force Awakens Out of LEGO #SciFiSunday

Impressive build by Grant Davis and Eli Willsea! Check out the timelapse video here.

Full size picture on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/9397075…

This is a recreation of a scene that is only on screen for a brief moment in Star Wars: The Force Awakens when we are first introduced to Rey and see her scavenging through a broken down Star Destroyer. I planned and started this build by myself, but by the end it turned into a full on Collab MOC with my good friend Eli Willsea. Total build time, photography, and editing for this MOC was just under 3 weeks in total, quite a short time frame for a build over 7 feet long!

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