A wonderfully hairy rendition of Rivendell from Lord of the Rings

Isaac Snyder, the author of an excellent microscale Edoras build, returns to Middle-earth with his latest build, a miniature depiction of the Elven realm, Rivendell. Microscale creations usually bring out the most creative and innovative part usages, and this build is no exception as Isaac uses earth orange pikes as autumn colored fir trees and minifigure hair parts as deciduous trees. However, my favorite usage is the ribbed 1×2 light gray bricks as tiny stairs.


Parts aside, it’s quite the beautiful build all around with intricate column work on the buildings and excellent usage of some less common colors to give the build a very natural aesthetic.

3 comments on “A wonderfully hairy rendition of Rivendell from Lord of the Rings

  1. Joshua

    Your comment about the innovative part use of the thorn is invalid. Literally every AFOL has done it. I’m pretty sure TLG themselves has used this washed up technique. Don’t get me wrong, I like the build. I just think “the brothers” through around words like innovative to much

  2. Vindicator

    Making snarky comments about Lego builds doesn’t make you look cool, Joshua. It just makes you look like a parhetic douche, something I’m sure most people are aware of immediately upon meeting you.

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