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11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds Of Classic Gadgets

2 Years Ago By Richard Darell

For some LEGO builders the block is not just a way to be creative, it is something a whole lot more complicated and serious. For others, it is even a lifestyle and a way to pay the bills. It is amazing how the LEGO block has captured the interest of so many people around the world. As some of you might know, there are also a lot of different building styles and today we are going to have a look at the ultra-realistic miniature LEGO builds of this phenomenon past-time hobby.

There are builders that take LEGO building as serious as an architect trying to draw up the world’s next architectural masterpiece, I am not kidding you. Some people approach building by using expensive software and hierarchy planning that would even make the Death Star look simple to put together. Alright, maybe that was a bit of an exaggeration, but I am pretty sure the statement is not too far from reality.

When you have a look at the builds that are presented by Powerpig, you’ll know there is a realism to LEGO that just can’t be overlooked. These miniature LEGO builds are as close to the real thing as I think you will probably ever get. When viewed from a distance I first thought they were actual classic gadgets. Never in a million years did I think that LEGO could present such realism, especially with the as few blocks as these miniature LEGO builds consist of. Not only are these builds ultra-realistic but they are also made available for purchase.

If you want to own your favorite classic gadget as a miniature LEGO build you just have to check out Powerpig’s website. There are even official building guides for all of these which are free to download if you want to pick up the necessary blocks yourself. If not, then you can just buy the sets off of the website and get started right away.

You won’t believe these builds are actually made out of LEGO! The impressive thing is also that the creator is continuously adding new realistic build to the already astounding and incredible list of creations.

If you want to download the building guides for these all you have to do is hop on over to Chris McVeigh’s website and pick the one you want to build and click download. The guides are in PDF format and are sure to keep you happy and creative for a while. Not that the builds are super hard to put together, these miniature LEGO builds are just so amazingly realistic which makes building them a complete joy.

Now, the question is which one of these miniature LEGO builds is your favorite? Some people would probably go for the one gadget they spent most time with in their younger years (or perhaps more recently) while others would go for the one thing we all know and love, the Nintendo NES console build. We have to ask, which one is your absolute favorite?

Powerpig’s Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

11 Ultra-Realistic Miniature LEGO Builds

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12 Comments

Sarah Wilson

June 11th, 2014

Fun! Would love something in there for size – a quarter maybe? But that is minor – fun post!

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Richard Darell

June 11th, 2014

Thank you, Sarah! Glad you liked it. :)

Kcsg

June 12th, 2014

wow!!! : ) Great

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susan roark

June 12th, 2014

wow, that’s really cool stuff. good idea from Sarah

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Roberth

June 13th, 2014

That Atari 2600 is looking awesome. Maybe I should get some legos and build one for myself :D

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Caroline Nettle

June 13th, 2014

They must have taken ages- genius!

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Vedarth Deshpande

June 13th, 2014

That’s really interesting!
I’m going to feature this on my website.

Best wishes

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Catherine hislop

June 13th, 2014

Excellent..lego can be so much fun

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Ian Cunningham

June 14th, 2014

Can you get the plans from anywhere, would love to build the computers

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Pallab

June 18th, 2014

Sweet sweet and cutie pictures // looks amazing // thanks

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Taliesin Ballard

August 16th, 2015

Are you able to send or make instructions as I would love too make them as they are epic!!!

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Jenelle

November 6th, 2015

wow so real

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