When you hear the term "micro scale" it tends to conjure visions of teeny tiny models. Buildings that fit in your hand, castles dwarfed by minifigures and cars you can hide behind your finger. Well what if the build sprawls hundreds of studs in all directions? That's the case with this jaw-dropping rendition of Copenhagen by builder semikoma. The level of detail, creative building and technique used here is just stupendous. I really wish I could see this in person (or better yet shoot it with a lipstick cam on motion control). It's truly a micro build on an epic scale.
This micro scale relief map of The Northland by THE BRICK TIME Team reveals the scope of the territory of the Northland Realm. I've never seen a micro build on this scale before, in fact it's a little hard to call it micro when it could cover a table. I love the detail, diversity and imagination here, there's just so much to look at. I want to program a motion control lipstick camera to fly over this.