LEGO Batcave, the sculpture of Batman’s headquarters looks amazingly attractive

The brothers Brick, a blog exclusively for LEGO fans has talked about the splendid LEGO Batcave that was unveiled at Emerald City Comicon in March this year. The amazing Bactcave, created by Carlyle Livingstone II and Wayne Hussey has been crafted using 20,000 parts and weighs around 100 pounds. The sculpture of Batman’s headquarters was not easy to make. It took around 12 week period and lots of hard work and immense creativity to craft this whopping structure.

The creators of the project are very happy with its success and plan to create future developments as well. Though the most attractive feature of the cave is its cave itself, and an operating turntable for the Batmobile, a moving costume, the BatPlane lift, weapon selection wall further add to its beauty. Outstanding lighting effect surrounding the cave adds cherry on the top of the cake. The lights are made with the grouping of LED flash lights along with off the shelf battery powered LED Christmas lights. The whole setup is amazingly attractive. The meticulous job of crafting this intricate structure is really praise worthy.  To have an idea and close look of the cave have a look at the following pictures.

Via: MyModernmet

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