Category: Lego Large Scale Models


LEGO Tower Of Orthanc Set 10237 | HD Images & Video

The LEGO Tower Of Orthanc Set 10237 has officially been announced and it is a thing of beauty. The LEGO Lord Of The Rings set is the biggest of that theme so far and sets the bar for future releases in licensed sets (outside of Star Wars).

The set has over 2300 pieces and comes with and eagle, an Ent and a library!

Check out the photos and set description for more details.

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LEGO Tower Of Orthanc Set 10237 Set

10237 Tower of Orthanc

Ages 14+.  2,359 pieces.

Build the The Lord of the Rings™ trilogy must-have model!

US $199.99 CA $249.99 DE 199.99€ UK 169.99 £ DK  1699.00 DKK

Finally, collect one of the most instantly recognizable and iconic buildings of The Lord of the Rings trilogy: The Tower of Orthanc! Build all 6 highly detailed floors filled with fascinating movie-related details including the attic, library, alchemy room, Saruman’s throne room, entrance hall and dungeon.

This exclusive model stars in some of the most iconic scenes from The Lord of the Rings movies. Swoop down with the Great Eagle and rescue stranded Gandalf the Grey from his tower-top prison after his defeat at the hands of the white wizard, Saruman.

Build the powerful, tree-like Ent, with poseable limbs and cool swinging arm function, then attack the Uruk-hai and Orc Pitmaster while Saruman and his servant Grima Wormtongue take refuge high in the tower.

The Tower of Orthanc is a must-have model for any The Lord of the Rings collection! Includes a Great Eagle, buildable Ent figure and 5 minifigures with weapons: Saruman with kirtle outfit, Grima Wormtongue, Gandalf the Grey, an Uruk-hai and the Orc Pitmaster.

• Includes a Great Eagle, buildable Ent figure and 5 minifigures with weapons: Saruman with kirtle outfit, Grima Wormtongue, Gandalf™ the Grey, an Uruk-hai™ and the Orc Pitmaster

• Features 6 highly detailed floors with lots of functions, including a folding staircase, LEGO® light brick palantir, opening entrance doors and a trap door

• Weapons include 5 staffs, knife, sword, shield and a long axe

• The attic features a folding staircase, the 3 staffs of the missing wizards, the 2 keys of the Two Towers, 2 maps and an Uruk-hai helmet, shield and sword

• The library features 2 books, 2 torches, 2 maps and 2 skulls

• The alchemy room features 2 torches, a bomb (being produced for the Battle of Helm’s Deep™), 2 potions, bottle, skull, gunpowder keg, pot, cauldron and a long axe

• Saruman’s throne room features lamps, 2 bookcases with 3 potions, map, letter and the powerful palantir with a LEGO light brick

• The entrance hall features opening doors, trap door, 2 large banners, chandelier, statue and 2 axes

• The creepy dungeon features a chain, 2 bones, 2 skulls and a rat

• Buildable Ent features poseable limbs for holding a minifigure and a cool swinging arm function

• Attack the tower with the cool buildable and poseable Ent!

• Swoop to the rescue with the Great Eagle!

• Activate the LEGO light brick and make the palantir glow!

• Set the trap door and banish unwanted guests to the dungeon!

• Prepare the bomb for the Battle of Helm’s DeepTM!

• Swing the Ent’s arms to smash or grab things with the poseable fingers!

• Measures over 28″ (73cm) high, 8″ (21cm) wide and 6″ (16cm) deep

• Ent stands over 9″ (23cm) tall

Available for sale directly through LEGO beginning
July 2013 via, LEGO Stores.

Lego Rivendell

Lego Rivendell MOC – Best Lego Diorama Ever?

If this Lego Rivendell is not the best Lego Diorama ever, it is certainly up there with the best.

Created by Blake Baer and Jack Bittner over on Eurobricks for Brickfair VA 2012 it recreates the iconic location from The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings in all it’s beauty.

As anyone who has worked with these mysterious square bricks to create a natural setting will know, it ain’t a walk in the park. Blake and Jack have managed to overcome the “plastic squareness” of Lego to capture the essence of this Art Nouveau inspired environment and the amount of attention to detail is both inspiring and, I have to say, slightly intimidating!

Two things I must add:

My only concern?
The photos are simply not big enough!
My major brain drain?
These two guys are only 16!!!!! 

You can check out more on Blake’s Flickr page, his post on Eurobricks, their video or the video below: