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Ohio Stadium, build with just over 1 million LEGO pieces. Total building time is well over 1000 hours, over a span of nearly two years, size is 8 x 6.5 x 2.5 feet. I hope to be able to take better pictures soon. Update: Here are some answers to the most common questions I have been asked in the past week: The scale is very close to 1:120. I did not use any glue, and did not use any non-LEGO pieces. I did not cut, paint, or modifiy any pieces. Yes, I hope to be able to display it on the OSU campus one day.
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  June 28, 2011
When I first saw this I was blown away! The curve of the stands and exterior look great. I wish I had thought of your removable field for working on the inside. One question -where did you get your pieces?
  June 15, 2011
It would be even better if it was in minifig scale! But that would make it about 2 million pieces.
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  May 27, 2011
Quoting Jake P Very Very cool! i LOVE football! but i have to admit,I'm a ravens fan.
Me too!! For college football I support Ohio State, in the NFL I'm a Ravens fan (twice lived in B'more).
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  May 27, 2011
Very Very cool! i LOVE football! but i have to admit,I'm a ravens fan.
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  May 20, 2011
Quoting Joseph Oakes One question...how did you implement your curves? Did you use hinged pieces?
The outside of the stadium is a "sheet" of 1 x 2 bricks, they can be bend like that. The seat sections have hinges at the lowest level, and thereafter sections rest on neighboring section on tiles.
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  May 17, 2011
One question...how did you implement your curves? Did you use hinged pieces?
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  April 12, 2011
that's a tuely astronomical undertakeing to make it. Now seat it with Micrfigs from the lego games
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  March 2, 2011
Amazing, Fantastic a sure masterpiece that I will look forward to seeing on display, maybe right beside the mile long neckless of Buckeye's. Thanks for sharing, Go Buck's
Paul Janssen
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jameson cook
  March 1, 2011
it can't be me likey it's awesome.
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  February 19, 2011
Cool !!! Excellent !!! This Is A Excellent Work !!! .....
  February 12, 2011
Marvellous piece of work!
  February 12, 2011
Marvellous piece of work!
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  February 3, 2011
Simply unreal! Awesome tribute to OSU. When will the plans be available? GO BUCKS!!
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  February 2, 2011
This- is a truly gorgeous piece. Not only is it amazingly detailed, but it's also HUGE! In fact this looks to be on par with the Yankee Stadium by Sean Kenny. Great job =)
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  February 1, 2011
Hey Paul, just saw your article in World magazine. Awesome achievement.
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  January 30, 2011
This is simply amazing. It's not that much about the scale, I mean, a small MOC can be just as good - it's about the form and detail all throughout the build. Not to mention the different amazing techniques you used. And so I say: 'A job well done!'
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  January 28, 2011
Great !!! You Are One Artist !!!
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  January 26, 2011
This looks great! Im more of a baseball fan, but this definately deserves a spot on display in the main entrance to the real stadium! Im just wondering, how much did it cost?
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  January 24, 2011
It is the coolest that I have ever SEEN! P.S. SUPER COOL!
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  January 23, 2011
Graduated from OSU in "65 and so was there in the Woody Hayes heyday. In fact, his wife was my sorority faculty advisor and I visited in their home. In any case, your work is fantastic. It is so realistic and appears accurate in detail. My grandsons work with Legos and love them. So I know the difficulty level that this wonderful piece of construction has required. Congratulations and I hope that OSU does indeed display it and that I, my family and sorority sisters will have an opportunity to see it. Hope to hear when that will happen.
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  January 22, 2011
Heard you on NPR and had to see it for ourselves! We are blown away and inspired by your love of legos. YOU ROCK!
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  January 22, 2011
What intricate detail. It is amazing! Go Bucks
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  January 22, 2011
I don't have words for how AMAZING your build is! I wish I could give this one ten stars (and this is coming from a maize and blue man so you know this has to be a great build ...lol). the level of detail is just beyond belief... I can't even wrap my mind around how you planned and executed this one. I really hope your local news and OSU gives you attention for this one.
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  January 21, 2011
Born and raised in Toledo..Just unreal..Beautifull,Work..Have a grandson,thats so into,legs..unreal..anyway.Just wondering..You never mention..the Money($$$).it took..I cant even begin to come close ..Just Great
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  January 21, 2011
I love your stadium. Wow,i'ts really cool!!!!! I love legos too,I'm a big fan. mabey you could build a big dinosaur next;that would be awsome if you could do that. I hope your a big fan too.
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  January 20, 2011
Wow, this thing is awesome! I wanted to do it to Heinz Field, but it was even taking to long just trying to figure out how many bricks to use! Congrats on the final product!
  January 20, 2011
When will this be available as a kit?? How cool would THAT be. If nothing else, it would be cool to know all the pieces to build the entrance, or one of the towers... VERY COOL... GO BUCKS!!! david
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  January 20, 2011
AMAZING! FANTASTIC WORK MAN! I'm dying to see it in person, will it be on display? GO BUCKS!!!!!
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  January 20, 2011
Saw this on Page 2 of ESPN.com, and was absolutely blown away! This is absolutely incredible! A true masterpiece! You must be so proud. I really hope the Buckeyes will put this on display at the stadium. I live about an hour-and-a-half south of Columbus and haven't been to a Bucks game in 30 years. But if I hear that they are displaying this work of art sometime in the future, I would make the drive just to see it! Again, my sincerest compliments on your incredible work!
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  January 20, 2011
Since seeing your stadium on the news...I have been in total amazement by the amount of detail. How much money did it take to build this? Did you buy your pieces in bulk from Lego stores,or just had the pieces from oher kits? Would you ever consider selling it? Finnally, would you describe how you started the stadium? I would love to try to build one, ofcourse, nowhere close to the level you built yours.
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  January 20, 2011
I just reread my comment, and discovered a typo. I meant to ask if you were planning on moving it, maybe outside or to a larger room? Have you considered photo-editing to remove the background? There's a group on that subject if you're interested: http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/13655
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  January 20, 2011
Wow. Thats dedication.
  January 19, 2011
Not a huge fan of O State but I am a huge fan of Legos and your work...WOW! Your art work almost makes me want to root for the BIG O.
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  January 19, 2011
An absolutely amazing job. You are an inspiration to Lego builders worldwide. Keep up the great work ... um ... actually maybe take a short break and THEN keep up the good work :-) Cheers!
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  January 19, 2011
Just heard you on NPR, absolutely epic
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  January 18, 2011
This is amazing work!! As an avid Buckeye fan,and alumni, I think your masterpiece is totally brilliant! Thanks for sharing it with us! And...GO BUCKS!!! #1 in the country
  January 18, 2011
Absolutely magnificent. You are a very, very talented individual. I'm an Ohio State man and I truly will save these photos to show my children and grandchildren. Thank you for your patience and craftsmanship[
  January 17, 2011
this is a truly fablous piece. The attention to detail unreal. I'd love to know the approximate cost in doing all of this, bill yourself minimum wage sconsidering no human in their right mind would do this unless you are a Lego afficionado or a true Buckeye. A piece like this alone IMO must be woth a cool $5G or more.
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  January 17, 2011
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  January 17, 2011
Best. Building. EVAR!
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  January 17, 2011
Best. Building. EVAR!
Paul Janssen
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Connor McGinnis
  January 15, 2011
WOW!
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  January 15, 2011
I am an Ohio State graduate. This is totally amazing!!!!! I love it!
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  January 15, 2011
SUPER NICE
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  January 15, 2011
This is truly amazing, at my age I could never hope to attempt such a fete. You are truly amazing
  January 15, 2011
YOU MISSPELLED AD. NICE.
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  January 15, 2011
How very, very cool!
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  January 15, 2011
This is absolutely fabulous! I literally lived in Ohio Stadium from Sept. 1966 to June 1970 (Stadium Scolarship Dormitory Class of 1970), so this brought back great memories :)
  January 15, 2011
omg this is cool
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  January 15, 2011
Very Cool, great job
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  January 15, 2011
Nice build but I had to dock you a smile because its Ohio State. GO BLUE!
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  January 15, 2011
Amazing
  January 14, 2011
The best Lego creation I have ever seen!!
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  January 14, 2011
This is really cool
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  January 14, 2011
That is so awesome! That needs to be on display at Legoland!
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  January 14, 2011
Go Bucks!!!!! WOW
  January 14, 2011
Paul, you should e-mail me. I'd love to do a news story on this. mbruning@wtvn.com Matt Bruning NewsTalk 610 WTVN
  January 14, 2011
Wow! Amazing. Go Bucks!
  January 14, 2011
This is beautiful. So real looking. I toured the stadium three years ago and this is awesome.
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  January 14, 2011
Absolutely AMAZING work! My father was a diehard Buckeye fan, and so it is in my blood! I wish he were here to see your awesome tribute to the Shoe!
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  January 14, 2011
My nephew Brock is a huge lego fan and will go nuts (pun intended) over this masterpiece! Nicely done!! GO BUCKS!
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  January 14, 2011
Awesome work. Am proud to be a buckeye!
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  January 14, 2011
AWESOME.....AMAZING!!!!
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  January 14, 2011
A True Buckeye Masterpiece Great Job
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  January 14, 2011
That is incredible! Nice Job!
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  January 14, 2011
Simply stunning. An amazing build, good luck with getting it on display. Roll Tide!
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  January 14, 2011
This is incredible. Buckeyes fans everywhere will appreciate what you've done. You are an amazingly creative man. Thank you!
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  January 14, 2011
AWESOME. Perfect replica. What an imagination you have..
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  January 14, 2011
I see you nearly put all the pick-a-brick in all the lego stores out of money! (ha ha!) Really good job, check out my creations!
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  January 14, 2011
nice =)
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  January 14, 2011
<INSERT COMMENT ABOUT JAW DROPPING OPEN HERE> Simply stunning work!
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  January 13, 2011
WOW....this is fantastic! What a tribute to what our great university stands for and creates.....life-long loyalty and support! Almost incomprehensible to think of the piece-count, design, detail and the time and dedication to do this. Go Bucks!
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  January 13, 2011
I am a lego fan! And that is amazing!
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  January 13, 2011
This is totally awesome! So impressive. Only a true Buckeye can appreciate the time, talent and dedication it took to create this!
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  January 13, 2011
Is it for sale? Great job - it looks fantastic
  January 13, 2011
This is just awesome - obviously built with talent and love! The detail is amazing!!!!
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  January 13, 2011
That is the most beautiful piece of work I have seen in a long long time.
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  January 13, 2011
Awesome! Best thing I've seen made with Legos yet.
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  January 13, 2011
For someone who grew up with Lego's as almost my best friend on those rainy weekends as a kid. And a huge Ohio State fan this is so cool. The time and planing, the detail, it's cool. Thanks for sharing it.
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  January 13, 2011
O M G ! WHAT TIME AND TALENT....THATS ALL THAT I GOT..... AMAZING!
  January 13, 2011
my wife and her entire family are mi . fans i cant wait to send this to all of them go bucks
  January 13, 2011
This is just incredible! Thanks for sharing this.
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  January 13, 2011
Amazing!!! Go Bucks!!
  January 13, 2011
Unbelievable! The detail is amazing...right down to the chimes in the southeast tower. I would love to see this on display in the new Student Union on High Street. Congratulations. This is what Buckeye Nation is all about.
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  January 13, 2011
Go Michigan Wolverines! Just kidding, but anyway, very accurate, very large, and very detailed.
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  January 13, 2011
How many Lego's do you have theres like 500 kits in the background amazing work
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  January 13, 2011
fantastic
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  January 13, 2011
AWESOME.....
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  January 13, 2011
This is absolutely incredible. I lived in the Stadium Scholarship Dormitory from 1972-1975 and what memories I have....coming out of High School and being introduced to this great University as I was with the "Shoe" being a significant part of that was phenomenal.....Archie's first game and all that happened in those following years....wow. What you've created speaks to the intense loyalty and dedication the alumni and fans of THEEE OSU have.....what a tribute! Thanks for sharing this and Go Bucks!
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  January 12, 2011
As an Ohio State Alumnus and i-dotter, I was totally impressed. An outstanding tribute, not just to Ohio State but to college football everywhere. Thanks for the devotion. The idea of doing a stop-action movie of a Lego Script Ohio would be an outstanding contribution to one of the better known icons of college bands.
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  January 12, 2011
Dude! That is awesome! However, you spelled "add" wrong on the scoreboard. It should say "Your Ad". Just thought I'd let you know. Jesse
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  January 12, 2011
Really incredible! An earlier comment asked if you were going to 'movie it', but I think in context with them saying it looked like you were having a hard time getting far enough away for photos... maybe they meant to say are you going to move it?... That is my question too... I hope you have a doorway out that is large enough so this can be properly displayed... It's a Keeper!!!
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  January 12, 2011
You fused two of my great loves; Legos and THE Ohio State! Almost every angle of that stadium looks legit, especially looking towards the student section! Mad props and GO BUCKS!
  January 12, 2011
Jaw-droppingly beautiful. Not a huge Buckeyes fan, but definitely a fan of this.
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  January 12, 2011
Wow, that's just gigantic! Amazing work!
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  January 12, 2011
The Shoe! My Spartans absolutely despise that place but this creation is just too awe-inspiring to refuse commendation. Brilliant work.
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  January 12, 2011
To big and detailed to not be AWESOME!!!
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  January 10, 2011
Yet another reason to add why my top choice is Ohio State. This is easily the most impressive construction I've ever seen. Please donate this to the college so that I can admire it in between classes (that is, if I'm accepted of course).
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  January 10, 2011
Quoting Thomas Benedikt Great build, I really appreciate the time and effort it must have taken to construct this beast. I'm still having trouble with the piece count, though. This: http://www.funmansion.com/pics/lego_arena.html is 400,000 pieces and it's five times bigger!!!
The field is lower than the outside, so the entire stadium sits on a 7 brick high "slab" build out of mainly 1x2 plates and some 1x2 and 2x2 bricks. The entire stands are build solid, mainly with plates, not bricks. I'll take more pictures one day to show the entire outside, the base is mainly where the large piece count comes from.
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  January 10, 2011
Great build, I really appreciate the time and effort it must have taken to construct this beast. I'm still having trouble with the piece count, though. This: http://www.funmansion.com/pics/lego_arena.html is 400,000 pieces and it's five times bigger!!!
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  January 10, 2011
The words ran away....
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  January 9, 2011
This is the most impressive build ive seen yet!!!!!I would love to create a micro stadium
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  January 8, 2011
Quoting leon kaczmarek did you really use more than a million pices? how long did it take you to build, it looks huge?
Yes, most of it is build solid, including the base. The inside of all the stands is build solid with 2x2 bricks and plates. I kept track of roughly how many pieces I used. The actual building took place over 1.5 years, but I have spend addition time planning and gathering all the pieces.
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  January 8, 2011
Quoting Luis Alicea As a Buckeye fan for the past 15 years and having attended Ohio State myself, I can say the level of detail on this is incredibly awesome. The rotunda, the band entrance, the wall of fame, the differences in shading between the stone structures....absolutely amazing. If you can do it without detracting from the fit and finish of this product, any chance of adding the Big 10 team flags around the top ledge of the 'Shoe?
I did consider it, but in the end decided I was going to build it only with LEGO, no stickers, no glue, nothing else but LEGO elements. So, the flags are plain LEGO flags, for now. At one point I may use stickers, but for now it is "pure" LEGO.
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  January 8, 2011
Quoting El Barto ! Go Buckeyes! Looks like you're having a hard time getting far enough away from it for photos. Are you going to movie it?
I do not have any plans for a movie, but having the band do "script Ohio in a movie would be a fun project..."
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  January 8, 2011
This is truly amazing. Even though I am not particularly fond of Ohio, this model is just outstanding. Kudos to you on a great build. Btw, what are the models in the backround of the first photo?
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  January 8, 2011
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  January 8, 2011
I've never seen the Ohio Stadium because i live in South Africa but this is really awesome!!!!!11111!!!!!
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  January 8, 2011
did you really use more than a million pices? how long did it take you to build, it looks huge?
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  January 7, 2011
As an OSU Alumni, TBDBITL Alumni, a lifelong Buckeye fan, and someone who didn't miss a home football game in the 13 years I lived in Columbus, I have to say this is truly, truly impressive. The level of detail on this is just stunning! Congrats!!
  January 7, 2011
Wow. Impressive as always Paul! I wondered whatever happened to this MOC. Talk about years in the making! !
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  January 7, 2011
As a Buckeye fan for the past 15 years and having attended Ohio State myself, I can say the level of detail on this is incredibly awesome. The rotunda, the band entrance, the wall of fame, the differences in shading between the stone structures....absolutely amazing. If you can do it without detracting from the fit and finish of this product, any chance of adding the Big 10 team flags around the top ledge of the 'Shoe?
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  January 7, 2011
Unbelievable you are a true Buckeye. GO BUCKS
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  January 6, 2011
there is nothing i can say
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  January 6, 2011
Excellent design, and a really good look to it! Keep up the good work!
Paul Janssen
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Kyle Heestand
  January 5, 2011
Wow! Great job
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  January 5, 2011
Whoa...that is insane. And a lot of PAB, too.
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  January 5, 2011
Well it's about time people saw true beauty!! BTW d'you think that maybe you could build....say Soldier Field....maybe? PLEASE!!!
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  January 5, 2011
OH MY GOSH this is huge wow I am impressed.
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  January 5, 2011
This is awesome. It looks just like the real horse shoe even down to the main entrance. Great build.
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  January 5, 2011
very cool! how about you see my pages!
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  January 5, 2011
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  January 5, 2011
AMAZING! Not a buckeyes fan, but this is too good... great job! Its minifig scale isnt it?
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  January 5, 2011
Even though I am a Penn fan this is undoubtedly the best stadium I've ever seen. Best part: the ceiling in side the dome. You had some hardcore angles going on there. Excellent Work!
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  January 5, 2011
Now all you need are the minifigure crowd and teams! Absolutely stunning work!
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  January 5, 2011
I'm speechless.
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  January 5, 2011
You Maniac! This is unbelievable, in a good way, briliant effort!
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  January 5, 2011
Absolutely the best creation I've ever seen!!! Congratulations! Really very impressive.
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  January 5, 2011
Awesome! At this scale the detail is increadible! Great job
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  January 5, 2011
stunning !! x)
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  January 5, 2011
Even though I'm a hard core Notre Dame And Michigan fan, the brickwork is amazing!
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  January 5, 2011
Um... Wow? I really don't know what to say. Its size is enough to capture attention, but the details that come with it make me wonder just how insane you really are. It would have taken me far longer to build this. (Especially because I'd have to get a job and buy the bricks before I could even consider starting. :P)
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  January 5, 2011
Excellent job!
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  January 5, 2011
This is simply amazing! such fine detailing! I hope to one day post something half as magnificent as this
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  January 5, 2011
Great day to post this. Go Bucks!
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  January 5, 2011
Nothing short of stunning work here. Possibly could already of secured the "best of 2011" spot in my book but we'll have to see what other fantastic stuff comes around the bend. Love the details and realistic feel to the stadium!
  January 4, 2011
A-mazing.
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  January 4, 2011
HOLY CRAP!! this is absolutely insane. That is a ton of pieces, I don't even think most lego stores have that many PAB cups in stock at a single time. The best part is that everything is very detailed, not a single inch was overlooked. This is beyond incredible, great job!!
  January 4, 2011
Fabulous job, Paul. We have always wanted to do a minifig scale (baseball) stadium. I think you have now done the definitive stadium -- for any sport!
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  January 4, 2011
HOLY CRAP!....I'm speechless at the scale of it! Words can't describe the awesomeness!
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  January 4, 2011
Good work. Glad to finally see it completed! :)
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  January 4, 2011
I appreciate the work and dedication that must have gone into this project. A most sincere congratulations on the completion of what truly must be a labor of love.
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  January 4, 2011
Does your wife approve of your spending such ridiculous amounts of money on Lego?
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  January 4, 2011
Unreal. This definitely gives Sean Kenney's stadium a run for its money--this is minifig scale! I'd like to see a pic of this stadium with the bleachers filled!
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  January 4, 2011
O_O HOLY-!!!!
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  January 4, 2011
although I'm not that much of a fan of football that is still really awesome!!
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  January 4, 2011
Great build. The level of detail, particularly for a project of this size, is amazing. I love the smoothness of the curves and that blue and yellow dome is awesome.
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  January 4, 2011
breathtaking!
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  January 4, 2011
Wow! I went to a OSU game in September. Go Bucks!
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  January 4, 2011
wow. stunning. WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT ME TO SAY?!?!?! :) great job. If I were you I would sell it to the University and make some money (and gain a little publicity).
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  January 4, 2011
Um...well...I think I'll be changing my shorts now. Honestly, the amount of time spent seems minuscule in comparison to the level of detail you achieved! Hmmm, there was one other thing...oh yeah, Go Ducks! LOL~H
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  January 4, 2011
I always love seeing long term projects, and this one really has a ton a fantastic details. Brilliant work!
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  January 4, 2011
GO BUCKEYES!!!!! SUGAR BOWL BABY!!!!
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  January 4, 2011
Awsome work man, brilliant, i love how you posted the updates, Its really a great example of the amazing work that can be done with the simple brick of LEGO, again Fantastic Work 5/5-Paulo R.
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  January 4, 2011
VERY cool! You live near there? For the main photo you should take a photo from the stands and populate the field enough for it to look crowded in the photo (only populate the area that is seen in the photo). --Garand
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  January 4, 2011
After i saw this, i will have to pick up my jaw from the floor.
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  January 4, 2011
Looks fantastic! Photos: I use 2x 500w halogen floodlights to light my photo area of 90cm x 60cm. You might want to use more for your model. Also you can diffuse the lighting by putting a blank A3 white paper in front of each light. When taking photos with artificial light make sure there are no natural light sources (I only take images at night time) Hope this adds to the help :) Fantastic build! ~Thoy
  January 4, 2011
Go Buckeyes! Looks like you're having a hard time getting far enough away from it for photos. Are you going to movie it?
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  January 4, 2011
Amazing! You should populate it with fans and a game going on... it looks rather empty without them. As for advice on taking pictures... (A): Don't use flash. Ever. Use indirect sunlight or artificial overhead lighting. Make sure you have plenty of whatever light source you use. (B): Use posterboard or bedsheets to make large blank backgrounds, which can be left in the pictures or edited out more easily than a cluttered background. (C): Don't be afraid to edit. Crop, fiddle with the contrast, brightness, and saturation, and edit out the backgrounds if you want to. I hope this helps, I can't wait to see more!
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  January 4, 2011
Holy cow.....I am an Arizona Wildcat, but....oh stop laughing! Anyway, that is one amazing build amigo. Now, FILL IT WITH MINIFIGURES!
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  January 4, 2011
The word is epic. And then the jaw drops again. Fantastic creation, hope you get to make some quality pics!
 
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