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Lord of the Rings: Architecture Line
Important: This project does not offer a play theme. Though there are multiple models below, I believe that either only one will be produced, a grouping of multiple, or all in one set.
My goal is to have a set (or maybe more!) based on micro scale LotR models.
My proposed set includes four of the above models, the Black Gate, Osgiliath, Argonath, Orthanc, Mount Doom, the Prancing Pony, Bag End, and Amon Hen.
Above, here are all of my Architecture models, some of which (the Black Gate, Osgiliath, Argonath, and Orthanc) are no longer featured on this page.
Note: I realize that there are multiple LotR architecture ideas on Cuusoo, but I have been working on this before I even knew Cuusoo existed.
A poll will be started at 100 supporters. Vote for your favorite for me to make.
Here is the Prancing Pony! This new model is bigger in height and piece count, but it's humble looks betray that it is the first meeting of King Elessar II and Frodo Baggins.
Mount Doom, where Sauron forged the One Ring. Much taller and more complex than other models, includes nearly two hundred pieces!
Amon Hen! I have made the ruins using only fifty pieces, and hope that you would want one on any desk or bedside table!
Lastly, here is Bag End. The model contains around one hundred pieces, and could include a mini Gandalf Arrives set.
That's my project. I hope you enjoyed it and will support. Please comment on what should be added or changed.
Thanks to Glenbricker for featuring this project on his blog!
Check out my other projects!
Escape from Abafar: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/24562
Battle of Amon Hen: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/24895
Battle of Pelennor: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/24817
Project Started: 6/11/13
1 Supporter: 6/11/13
5 Supporters: 6/11/13
10 Supporters: 6/11/13
50 Supporters: 8/15/13