Although Battlefront II was not the most acclaimed game of 2017 and has caused many to go to the dark side with their hatred towards EA (Master Yoda warned us!), it is one of the most visually stunning games I have ever seen, and the same can be said about this MOC by First Order Lego. The chaos and scale do justice to the game and the textures make it hard for me to take my eyes off this diorama. I would highly recommend checking out the other shots of this beautifully detailed MOC!
Calin has taken a crack at Rey's rather loud, homemade speeder from the Force Awakens. There have been many models of this particular vehicle, and this is another great addition to the collection we can see online. I particularly like the placement of the net of junk, and the seat area. Zoom zoom!!!
All I can say is...wow! Outstanding work with this build. Star Wars builder KevFett2011 has expanded and finished a magnificent diorama for The Force Awakens. The Star Destroyer Inflictor is half buried in the sands of Jakku as depicted in the newest film. I suppose you could say it inflicted pain on Jakku when it crashed? Not only is the ship itself well built and realistic, but the microscale debris is well done. The inclusion of the battle between the Millennium Falcon the TIE fighter is also a detail that I love. If you want to learn more about the official Star Wars back story of this scene, you should read the novel Lost Stars.
I always find it fascinating to see builds of this scale in production. This is no exception!
It's no secret (nor a spoiler) that Star Wars The Force Awakens is a thrill ride. Like it's original trilogy predecessors it's an edge of your seat adventure with eye popping action. And this scene depicted by brick.spartan of the Millennium Falcon fleeing TIE fighters on Jakku is one of the best.