Fan projects are always something that adds to the magic of the Nintendo community, and what we have here is no exception. BrucilSprout has designed the whole overworld from GameCube's The Wind Waker, rendered in POV-ray using Lego Digital Designer software.
The entire model contains around 1,900 pieces, and boasts an incredible amount of detail. For those familiar with the game, it's quite easy to spot certain locations, as each respective area position and shape has been well thought-out.
If you're interested in the original file for this masterpiece, you can download it here. If you can't get enough of BrucilSprout's work, check out the last image below of his latest project - the Ocarina of Time overworld (Zora's Domain and its surrounding area).
Have you made any Nintendo-related models or projects such as this? If so, shout about it below!
so many lego pieces i have never seen before. and i played a lot with legos as a kid
That looks absolutely lovely. Congratulations to the genius behind it.
This digital Lego trend sucks! Next thing you know they'll be making music with computers!!
@PvtOttobot How should we break this to you? XD
Cool, but meh. lol
I probably haven't bought LEGOs in over a decade, but I'd buy this in an instant if it was a real set.
Has any one heard of the World of Nintendo line from Jakks Pacific? They're making something just like this.
Now that's prettty cool.
The scale is off and the islands shouldn't be centered in each square... But I shouldn't be nitpicky, not like I've put effort into this, cool nonetheless.
Great attention to detail! This is just too awesome.
Wow! That's pretty cool.
@Kirby_Fan_DL3 I haven't. That's also pretty neat!
I like this minimalistic approach. Too bad the original game isn't to scale -_- so much more water... 7.8 XD
Wow! That is awesome!
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