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Boy with autism builds world's largest Lego Titanic replica

Very impressive. Particularly given the accuracy of detail and scale. This is clearly more indicative of a scale model than the more common "caricature" nature of Lego creations.

Scale models have been a passion of mine since I was seven years old.

Too bad the kid didn't build a replica of the KMS Scharnhorst. Maybe next time! :cool:
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Maybe he could build a replica of the three new-world pilgrim boats connected by blue bits (water) next. What were the boats names? Wait we missed the point. Wait what was the point? Oh yes, boy builds a huge replica all by himself with absolutely no help from anyone else. Quite an accomplishment to be sure. Exceptional!

Tower of Sauron • r/lego

A. I can't imagine doing this, from a diagram.
B. I can imagine doing this sort of thing, as long as I had thought up the design.
C. A + B probably means something.
D. But IDK what...

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