Model Hangars Look Much Better With Tiny Mecha Inside

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You have to be really talented to build tiny LEGO mecha that fit right into ordinary dioramas and, as a result, make it all look natural. Robot enthusiast Zi Zy builds small-scale scenes just like that, and on top of it, takes beautiful shots of them.

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Here are some highlights, but be sure to check out Zi Zy's huge gallery with an extreme amount of cool LEGO mecha.

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He makes something called digirama, too. Take a look and you'll get the idea. Looks really cool.

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Models and photos by Zi Zy [Flickr]

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DISCUSSION

I really wish Lego would release polished 1x1'peg'-sized people (a la "steve" from Minecraft) as an alternate scale to fit these sorts of models. They would be fantastic for so many things, and stuff like this the people don't "fit" right with the models.

Plus, with micro-scale people, you could do way larger scenes...