Legend tells of a woman of bravery and courage, who defied the resurrected Emperor and changed the heart of the First Order’s villainous leader. Her lightsaber, seen here in LEGO form built by Nick Brick, is all that we have left of her.
Some of the LEGO lightsabers I see online are fine but are built rather rudimentary without any standout features. Nick Brick doesn’t do that. I really like his use of small bricks to build out the detail of Rey’s lightsaber. See the emitter at the front of the hilt? Just incredible. The wrapping in the middle is also a clever touch, just like Rey’s lightsaber in The Rise of Skywalker had.
Both in detail and overall, this is a fantastic lightsaber and one of the best I’ve seen.
Versatile as LEGO bricks are, sometimes there are pieces that are just…challenging…to work with. There are common but annoying parts like big ugly rock pieces. There are wacky things like a rare Duplo stand from a short-lived licensed theme. Whatever the case, it takes a special kind of builder to take these elements and see them in new ways. A kind of part mastery. Some might even say….Jedi mastery. For example, LEGO builder Logan W. has taken the normally single-purpose Bionicle Midak Skyblaster cannon and incorporated it into an impressive replica of Darth Vader’s iconic lightsaber. The cannon forms the emitter shroud, while the hilt is made from strips of black tile connected to octagonal bar frames and a Technic racing wheel rim.
Logan was inspired by a Two-Piece-Only lightsaber created by The Igzer. The two pieces in use there are the aforementioned Midak Skyblaster cannon and a bit of Bionicle shoulder armor. If you’re looking for a minimalist approach to Jedi weaponry, you should check that build, too!
….Your training is complete, bruceywan. Bruce Lowell, Jedi Lego master, has made a 1:1 replica of Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber from A New Hope with a full length blade using 300+ 3×3 radar dishes for MocAthalon 2013 on MOCPages. It’s not as clumsy or as random as a blaster, but an elegant weapon for a more civilized age.
Scott Peterson’s (aka scott34567) skills are now complete with these incredibly detailed, screen accurate Star Wars Lightsabers.
Each Lightsaber is 1:1.
Continue to his photo set and see his wide selection of lightsabers, some brick built and some CAD, but all expertly designed.