WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 (UPI) -- A Lego-loving YouTuber followed instructions posted online to build a more than 6,000-piece Star Wars AT-AT in 26 hours and posted time-lapse footage online.
The BrickVault team said it took thousands of dollars to procure all of the supplies from website BrickLink, far more than the $218.99 price tag for Lego's official 1,137-piece AT-AT kit.
Charlie attempts the first several hours of building on his own, but eventually brings in help from other members of the BrickVault team.
"Putting this thing up on its legs is extremely difficult and scary," Charlie quips after regarding the finished product.
"The model itself is amazing, it's so much bigger than I thought it would be when I started building it," he says.