Markus Rollbühler’s balance is a showcase of Asian-inspired LEGO artistry

This Asian-inspired LEGO build is Markus Rollbühler’s entry into round 4 of the 2024 RogueOlympics. The theme for round 4 was ‘Balance’. Initially, the builder intended to present a build focused on yin and yang. However, the 101 element limit, a requirement of the Rogue Olympics, proved too challenging to fully realize his vision. The entry was submitted with just one piece to spare, totaling 100 elements. One of the most notable details of this build is that, upon closer inspection, the flowers remain attached to their plastic sprue and have been affixed to the build using rubber bands commonly found, serving as friction bands, with train wheels. And if you think that’s some great part usage, take a look at Markus’s third-round entry featured on TBB.

Far East Elegance

1 comment on “Markus Rollbühler’s balance is a showcase of Asian-inspired LEGO artistry

  1. hntrains

    While such images are cliché, and they can, consequently, make one sick, as they do, the build is excellent.
    I am still not sure if the thing in the middle, against the sun, is a building or some Garmadon-like minifig.
    If this is a photograph, it’s impressively high-quality.

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