Medieval LEGO, Taken To Another Level

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As I recall assembling those simple (but awesome) LEGO Castle sets as a kid with nothing else but grey blocks and a green baseplate, looking at Daniel "Legonardo Davidsy" Hensel's custom medieval buildings makes me cry.

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This is something like mastering a map editor of a game and being able to do the most random terrain or the coolest buildings. Only with real blocks.

A huge diorama built in the same style would look astonishing.

Blacksmith Shop

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Ol' Poggards' Mill

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Ambush at Augmar Falls

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Finbar the Fantastical Firework-maker

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Senneck's Reside

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Moruth's Outpost

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DISCUSSION

I wish my brain worked in a way where I was able to create lego masterpieces such as this.

Man, I was always just satisfied with slapping all the blocks together in a big square tower.