When I was a kid in a primary school I had lot of fun with model-making of tanks, aircraft and armored vehicles from World War II. I also created some dioramas out of gypsum, styrofoam, wood etc. for models I made. Probably that's why I wanted to...
...build something like that from LEGO bricks. And here it is - a church destroyed during the war, a sniper hidden in the tower and German soldiers having problems with the car.
This time I designed the whole thing virtually in LEGO Digital Designer. Then I build it with real bricks. The design is not any specific church - just a random church placed at Polish countryside.
Ah, you can view the building process in the video at the very bottom of this post. Enjoy!
P.S. The model is available for live view from April 8 to June 2, 2018 in Rzeszów (Poland) at the District Museum. Of course there will also be many other great LEGO models created by the members of my LUG - Zbudujmy.to. More info here (in Polish language).
Three models I built for the 60 Years of the LEGO Brick contest. They all are made of the 60 bricks. And what is this LX...