LEGO enthusiast Dirk aka dm_meister built pumpkin-sized versions of the mushroom power-ups from the Mario games. I need to raise awareness of this campaign and am available for interviews via phone, Skype, or email.
If you want to do a preview on this game or report about the Kickstarter campaign that would be awesome! CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. Do3 years 15 weeks agoHOLYSHIt3 years 16 weeks agoyou went full retard dude,3 years 16 weeks agoLe reddit army! Here is the build process, looks intense, at least its mostly hollow, so it doesn’t weigh a ton.


No info on the number of LEGOs he used, or how long it took to make, but it’s still a nice work of art the pays homage to two of the best things to represent my childhood, LEGOs, and Mario. The man grabbed a small Mario figurine, three-dimensionally scanned it into a computer, and used the data to build a large-scale replica of the overall-wearing character out of Lego bricks. Amazingly, the relatively simple polygon based graphics make the translation into Lego surprisingly well.
Feel free to contact us with your MOCs or Custom Minifigures if you would like to see here.
Getting the Lego bricks and plates to fit into the desired angles and looking correct is very difficult. Their spherical shape is usually difficult to capture in Lego, but here it has been accomplished.


Featuring a grassy hill with a dry refine that Mario must traverse in order to defeat the boss, “Big Bob-omb.” The Battlefield has many memorable moments, the canon transportation system, the scary Chain Chomp tied up in the center, the boulder chase up the hill, and even a floating island.
The details are so well done that you may not even notice that the scale of the Bob-omb Battlefield has been reduced.



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