I thought it might be nice to compare the two stadiums. My MOC was built at 1:250 scale, but at this scale, the minifigs are 25 feet tall. That really shows itself in the comparison.
<font style="size:small">Main photo courtesy of <a href="https://www.facebook.com/algis.oslapas?fref=ts">Algis Oslapas</a></font>.
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Yo Brian I went to indy today to the j w Marriott to get a look at your piece, but you can't see it it's for media only. Got any strings you can pull? My name is Wayne Peltz I also created a Lego for the event I'll be in town though Sunday. Wayneslegos@aol.com
Quoting Dave Sterling
Great work Brian! This was amazing to see in person at Brickworld. I just can't believe all the incredible details that you managed to get into this MOC. :-)
Thanks, I'm glad you liked it! There was lots of room to add details, so it was more a matter of time than skill!
I like it
July 7, 2009
Great work Brian! This was amazing to see in person at Brickworld. I just can't believe all the incredible details that you managed to get into this MOC. Having the actual pictures side-by-side with the MOC really illustrates just how accurately you captured the stadium. Congrats on the win at Brickworld and I look forward to seeing more like this from you soon. :-)
Seriously impressive! The moving doors, retractible roof panels, and tv screens were just way over the top for a creation that easily impresses by itself. You certainly deserve the BrickWorld Best Large Building Award! Great Work! Can we expect another such building in the future?