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You know what's a fun game? Legend of Zelda, Breath of the Wild. So I made a Lego set of one of the shrines.
My goal here was to make a fun, playable set, that still looks like the real thing, which I think I did a pretty good job at. The shrine I made is minifgure scale, and so is the korok (somewhat). The korok is one of those koroks where you have to place a apple on the platter that's in front of a few weird statue frogs, as you can see above. The shrine has all the weird squiggle things all around it, with the glowing lights, the pedestal that you put your Shiekah slate up to, the glowing eye symbol at the top, the teleport pad, and the elevator (Doesn't actually move up and down - sorry guys). If you have played the game, then you will notice that it is pretty accurate. In picture 7 you can see Link wearing his Champion's Tunic, which you can't see in any of the other pictures because it was took forever to draw, and I can't figure out yet how to add custom decals in my renderings. Just a note, I know it wasn't drawn too well, but if this did become a real set I'm Lego would take car of it, it's just an example.
I built most of this on LDD, and then imported it onto Mecabricks for the final details and rendering.
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