Gigantic LEGO Star Destroyer Is Pretty Much Perfect

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SNOT is a building term in LEGO that stands for "Studs Not On Top". It can be a pain to plan, but the results - which hide the brick's trademark studs - are often worth it. Especially when you're building a Star Destroyer that's over two metres long.

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This behemoth was put together by Jerac, and while it looks amazing from a distance, it looks even better up close, because the SNOT method makes it look more like a model kit than a LEGO build.

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Jerac [Flickr, via Brothers Brick]

Illustration for article titled Gigantic LEGO Star Destroyer Is Pretty Much Perfect
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stephensparkman
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SNOT is a building term in LEGO that stands for "Studs Not On Top". It can be a pain to plan, but the results - which hide the brick's trademark studs - are often worth it. Especially when you're building a Star Destroyer that's over two metres long.

That's nothing. I used to bullseye womp rats in my T16 back home, and they're not much bigger than two meters.