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Baseball Field
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If anyone was ever wondering how big a true full size minifig scale baseball field would look, this would be about how big it would be. Now my task is to build the stadium around it...





As you can see, it would take many, many legos to make a full size minifig scale ballpark.






Comments

 I like it 
  July 30, 2009
In comparison, take a look at my micro scale stadium I made for the contest, it has 1 stud for every seat, and I've been able to make it to scale very well, as I've estimated that 1 stud is just about 2 feet in real terms.
 I made it 
  June 30, 2009
It's not as deep as you think. Normally the perspective you get of the outfield makes it look smaller than it really is. -Todd
 I like it 
  June 30, 2009
Yeah, I guess you're right about the fence being part of stadium construction. This does, however, seem like a huge field. What are the dimensions? It seems like center field is like 500 feet, but then again, the field where my actual baseball team plays there home games is 350 feet in dead center, and this is kind of what it looks like from above on a map, so technically, I just wrote a really long comment to correct myself. Again, like in my other comment, this is an awesome interpretation. Since you like baseball so much, you should check out some of my stadiums and other baseball stuff. GO RAYS!
 I made it 
  June 23, 2009
It doesn't have a fence because it is just the field. That would be a part of my stadium construction. I'm just showing how large the field would have to be to get minifig scale. -Todd
 I like it 
  June 23, 2009
Good, but shouldn't there be a fence?
 
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