Sunday, October 5, 2014

The Lego Clone Army Project

Hellego! If you follow the Lego community on YouTube, you have probably already heard of or watched Solid Brix Studios, previously known as legoboy12345678. Every year, he releases a clone army video where he shows off his massive army of Lego clone minifigures from the Star Wars theme. Last year, his clone army reached 5000 clones. David Hall, the owner of Solid Brix Studios has started this project and I think you deserve to know about it. It's called the Clone Army Project.

The whole basis of the Clone Army Project is that David wants to build the second largest clone army in the world, composed of over 15000 clones. Not only is it going to be composed of 15000 clones, but it is going to be displayed at the Lego convention, Brickfair Alabama. But he is not going to do it on his own. His fans and anybody who wants to can help him reach his goal. He has created a funding campaing on Indiegogo for you to help fund the project. But this isn't just about funding. If you choose for example to pay 5$, you basically buy one clone for the clone army. That clone will be in the army, go to Brickfair Alabama and when the convention is over, that exact same clone will be delivered to your house! Which ever amount of clones you buy from the Indiegogo page will be part of the actual clone army and you will be able to keep them afterwards! I think that is a pretty cool project. Every amount you pay also comes with for example a poster or a card.

Here is a basic view of all the available perks:

If you want, you can simply give 2$ and get a digital poster. Simply 2$ will go a long way into helping David reach his goal. If you pay 20$, you will get 5 clone troopers, which means that the 5th one is free. You can check out all the available perks and learn more about this project at the Indiegogo page:

Here is the official video David made on his Solid Brix Studios channel to announce the project:

I think this is an awesome project that deserves to be known. This is something that has never really been done before and I think it's very original. If you don't have a lot of money, you can donate 2$ if you want. Any amount makes a huge difference. What do you think of this project? Leave your thoughts in the comment section!

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