01 Serenity

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    Minifig Scale Serenity

    This project took 475 hours over 21 months. The ship has a full interior from the bridge to the cargo bay, and features lights in the cargo bay and firefly drive.

    There are about 70,000 pieces, and it weighs around 135 pounds.

    Crimson Wolf, -Mainman-, valgarise, and 92 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Crimson Wolf 33 months ago | reply

      This just made my day! Well done indeed.

    2. T.Bailey 33 months ago | reply

      found this via iO9.. amazing work!!
      I'm totally geeking out right now over the amount of detail. I've wanted to do something like this forever (any ship would do) - I do believe you've inspired me to at least TRY!

    3. -Mainman- 33 months ago | reply

      Only Adrian would dare build a 135 lb SHIP. Good lord, man!

      The 'neck' looks a little chunky, but I am absolutely in love with that rear end.

    4. Wafflebottom 33 months ago | reply

      This is the definition of "shiny". This is absolutely mind blowing.

    5. AceBricks 33 months ago | reply

      My mind: Blown.


    6. McCluckles 33 months ago | reply

      Woah, truly and impressive feat :D

    7. The Brothers Merz 33 months ago | reply

      Incredible work man! I'm speechless...

    8. Babalas Shipyards 33 months ago | reply

      Yowsers!! this is only a few lbs pounds lighter than me, and much better looking!

      This requires some closer studying, lovely build indeed.

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    10. Grendel_Blitz 33 months ago | reply

      When does it go up for Auction??!! I want to bid.
      Best custom Lego build yet! Nice work!!!

    11. JDSimar 33 months ago | reply

      Maybe I'm blind, but I don't see a scale or dimensions. How big is it?

    12. Mortaire103 33 months ago | reply

      @JDSimar, as you can read up top it's about 7 feet long and weighs 135 lbs...

      @the builder, this is absolutely fantastic and one of the best custom builds I've seen in several years. You have no idea how much I would LOVE to have design and build details so I can make my own lol!

    13. JDSimar 33 months ago | reply

      No, I'm sorry, I still don't see it on this picture. I just see that it weighs 135 lbs. I saw a good scale reference under the third picture of the set, but not this one. Guess I'm still blind.

    14. wcpfund 33 months ago | reply

      I was always of fan of Blood Moon back in the day, but this surpasses that by 100x. Impressive work! Wish I could see it in person.

    15. whateverly 32 months ago | reply

      Grendel_Blitz said: "When does it go up for Auction??!! I want to bid."

      If I may offer a little back of the napkin calculation:

      With a conservative estimate on 70,000 pieces at, let's say $10,000 and not knowing what Adr bills at but again let's make it a conservative $50 per hour, that's about $23,750.00, so we end up with a reserve bid of $33,750.00. How about an opening bid of $34K?

    16. LAMLRadio 32 months ago | reply

      I just wanted to let you know that we at LAMLRadio mentioned your MOC on our podcast located at lamlradio.com as we thought that it was an awesome build

      Play Well

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