A true Legoland Theme Park: 100% LEGO

Pro building team Olive Seon are back it with another magnificent brick-built beauty; this time a theme park. The awesome high-flying roller coaster really ties the model together, and also gives you a sense of scale for just how small most LEGO dioramas really are. As per usual with these builders, there is a lot to look at and loads of fun little details to spy. My favorites are the LEGO Architecture line buildings used for a miniland within the park.

4 comments on “A true Legoland Theme Park: 100% LEGO

  1. AK_brickster

    I feel like a lot of potential awesomeness was missed out on here. The level of detail just isn’t that great, and there are quite a few “stock” models incorporated into the build.

    Really, it’s just big. Nothing wrong with big, but builds like this usually just tell me that the builders have more money than building artistry.

    I know, tough crowd, right? :P

  2. Tananavalley

    I feel like a lot of potential awesome ideas were realized in a really awesome display. Incorporating “stock” models with their own to make a theme park was inspiring. Reminds me of stock modular buildings mixed with MOC buildings. My only complaint is I want more pictures of this theme park because there are so many things going on.

    Really, it’s fantastic. If the the builders read this, we need more pictures. Seriously.

    I know. cool build, right? :)

  3. AK_brickster

    I don’t particularly care for MOCs that incorporate stock modular buildings into them (or other stock models). I guess I just feel like MOCs should be 100% “my own creation”, but that’s obviously just one man’s opinion.

  4. Chris Post author

    Well, I can’t speak about the intentions of this particular model, but I know that Olive Seon is a group of professional model builders, and many of their large dioramas like this are built for store displays. As such, it is advantageous to have official models integrated (they may even have specific model requests; I don’t know).

    Of course, it is fair to say that you don’t care for combining MOCs and official models, and personally, it’s not my preference either. But this is still an impressive build, and also shows many of our readers who may be new to the hobby and to building that combining official models with MOCs can be cool if done with thought. TBB caters to a broad audience with widely varying skills, and our purpose is to not only highlight interesting models, but also to provide inspiration. I think this model qualifies on both counts.

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