Objects in picture are larger than they appear

With the recent release of the Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage set, I can imagine that many LEGO fans will want to recreate more of a scene for the legendary dinosaur–the largest LEGO has ever made–to inhabit. At first glance, that would appear to be exactly what Richard Van As has done, but his creation is, in fact, much larger than even that dino! It seems fitting to me, as we learned in Jurassic Park that objects are sometimes larger than they appear.

Lego Jurassic Park T-Rex Breakout MOC

Building in the larger scale, Richard couldn’t rely on minifigures to represent the characters, or any other specialized molded pieces, but still managed to unmistakably capture likenesses of Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Ian Malcolm. The entire display is complete with all the right details from the movie scene, including a full interior for the car and a goat in the tyrannosaur paddock (though I think it was eaten already at this point). Flick through the rest of the album and see what hidden details you can spot!

Lego Jurassic Park T-Rex Breakout MOC

3 comments on “Objects in picture are larger than they appear

  1. Richard Van As

    Wonderful post about my model, thank you! Regarding the goat continuity, in my video about this model I talk about how in my head cannon the goat survives because he the Rex were just putting on a show for the tourists and she was only pretending to eat him :D

  2. Andreas

    At first glance I thought it was the dino from the recent T-Rex rampage set.. but this is so much more detailed and well proportioned! It’s perfection!


    I really like this t-rex, really beautiful: very well detailed, much better than “lego 75936 JURASSIC PARK T-REX RAMPAGE”!
    I hope so much that it will be marketed.

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