Fans of Game of Thrones should recognize these iconic castles from the opening titles of the series. Builder Legopard spent three months recreating six of the locations of Westeros and Essos, not only capturing the look and feel of them, but also adding brilliant mechanical action to all. Check out the video to see them all in motion, and try to keep your jaw from hitting the table.
It’s expected that over one billion people around the world will tune in for tonight’s premier of Game of Thrones’ final season. Those are numbers not seen since OJ took a ride in his Bronco, or somebody shot a guy named JR. It’s certainly not a show for the faint-of-heart, and the chances of it ever being an official LEGO theme is about the same as safely navigating an asteroid field. I know, don’t tell you the odds…
But Markus 19840420 has paid a fine tribute to the legendary show with this nicely composed still shot.
I love Game of Thrones. I was a big fan of the books, and I'm a big fan of the series. I'm also a big fan of this outstanding recreation of Harrenhal and the pit where Brienne of Tarth fights the bear (I won't tell you how it turns out, we're not about spoilers here). This jaw-dropping MOC consists of over 20,000 bricks and it shows, it's positively loaded with detail and rich texture throughout. There's tons of pictures if you click through, and believe me, it's worth it.
Game of Thrones fans should recognize this familiar castle, it's the Pyke, in the Iron Isles. The Ironborn are a hearty and gruff people, as proud as they are prone to violence. Here we see a not untypical ritual of succession, namely throwing the ruler from a great height and taking his crown. I'm usually not a fan of the mixing of old and new grey, but builder Eggy Pop pulls it off beautifully here.
Brickworld 2017! This year, the VLUG crew conspired to produce a LEGO version of the hit TV series Game of Thrones, or, as we call it, Brick of Thrones. I was informed that there are also books. Anyway, the basic inspiration for the collaboration came from the map of Westeros, featured during the introduction to each episode. As you scroll through the pictures, you'll see various landmarks, characters, and even the famous Battle of Blackwater Bay. From the Red Keep, to Castle Black, to white walkers, there's a lot to enjoy for fans of the show, and even for those who've never seen it. And no, for the umpteenth time, that's not Elsa.