SDCC 2017: Lego Previews Their Life-Sized Statue Of THE FLASH From The Upcoming JUSTICE LEAGUE Movie

SDCC 2017: Lego Previews Their Life-Sized Statue Of THE FLASH From The Upcoming JUSTICE LEAGUE Movie

Lego always has cool stuff for San Diego Comic-Con, and this year is no exception. Take a look at their life-sized version of The Fastest Man Alive from the highly anticipated Justice League movie.

Making those life-sized Lego statues that can be seen on convention floors is hard work, just ask Mark Roe, a 23 year Lego Master Builder veteran.  It's a painstaking process that can take hours and hours. This year Roe has been hard at work building the newest statue in Lego's arsenal, The Flash from the Justice League movie.

Mashable has all the details of the preparation that went into this year's statue, which included 60 hours of design work. They start off with a scan of the actor in his suit, and input the measurements into a 3D software to create a model. Once the model is complete they change it into different poses that might work for the build. After DC selects a pose they're happy with, Roe will move the model to the Lego Brick Building software to get a rough design.

Once the design has been approved, model shop builders get to work piecing together the statue. To ensure that the statue doesn't fall a part easily, builders use a solvent that melts the bricks together as well as custom steel armatures for extra support.

Have a look at the design below, and check out Justice League when it hits theaters on November 17, 2017.









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