I don’t think anyone can deny the success of the first installation of the prequel movie series The Hobbit. It’s definitely on its way to earning around $1 billion before its run at the box office is over. This has of course spawned a whole lot of interesting inspiration amongst movie geeks. Once again, we see all kinds of gadgets with some kind of Hobbit connection. The more creative geeks are going all out. Some create papercraft dolls, while others take refuge in their LEGO boxes. As we all know, LEGO is one of the building blocks of any kid’s youth. LEGO has a way of bringing out the very best in our creativity, and that is definitely what it did for Brick Vader. He went all out and created one of the most creative Hobbit holes to date, entirely out of LEGO.
You might remember my article about a mother named Maddie Chambers and her incredible Bag End miniature replica. It was a thing of beauty and incorporated insane detail. Brick Vader’s Hobbit hole LEGO build is equally as impressive. It might not hold the same amount of detail as Maddie managed to incorporate, but it’s ultimately impressive because it looks so good and yet it’s made entirely out of LEGO.
Just like a true Hobbit hole, it displays serenity on the surface and complete awesomeness on the “inside.” This Hobbit hole might be a different Bag End than what we are used to, but it’s equally as possible when you think about how a Hobbit hole is built. The creativity Brick Vader managed to incorporate is just beyond the realm of the block. Sometimes it feels like it’s not made entirely out of LEGO at all. The interior of this Hobbit hole build might be a little cramped. But then again, maybe that is how a regular Hobbit hole really is made. After all, Bag End was the largest Hobbit home in all the Shire, right?
Brick Vader’s Hobbit Hole LEGO Build
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Via: [The Brothers Brick]