Howl's Moving Castle [microscale]


Papercraft Model

Uspez, :jovian: and 44 more people faved this
  • Uspez 6y

    Awesome work, the wobbly, crooked structure is really well captured!
  • Karf Oohlu 6y

    Love that movie, great little moc
  • Horace Cheng 6y

    Thanks guys. I had so much fun building this 'cause of the so many curves and crookedness in the design. I raked my brain over it. If you have any suggestions please let me know!
  • NIRDIAN 6y

  • Andrew Becraft 6y

    I've always wanted to make a minifig-scale version of the castle, but I never imagined someone would shrink all that detail down to microscale. Well played!
  • tadashistate 6y

    Wow, this is really sweet. I recognized it instantly with the mouth piece.
  • Fredoichi 6y

    This is great! Compliments!
  • Prophet Zarquon 6y

    I saw that movie three days ago, and loved it. Rendering Howls moving castle in Lego... I didn't think it was possible. Amazing!
  • nolnet 6y

  • Nathan 6y

    Is that an elephant head in there? Kudos.
  • KryptonHeidt 6y

  • Horace Cheng 6y

    Thanks guys. I was drooling over the papercraft model while sorting my bricks of the new bricklink order (which contained an elephant head), I saw the similarity of the "mouth piece" and a couple hours later I ended up with this MOC. This was a very fun build as I had to come up with some new (well, new to me) techniques to fit everything together.

    Miyazaki is a genius!!
  • ChocolateFrogs 6y

    Great job! I love the movie and book and was always wondering how to build the "castle" out of Lego. Microscale is the answer!
  • Firas Abu-Jaber 6y

    I love this thing! great job.
  • Calcifer3 4y

    Awesome!do one for calcifer
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Taken on December 26, 2008
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