Here’s another interesting build which will interest you if you’re a fan of The Adventures of Tintin by Belgian cartonist Georges Remi, who wrote under the pen name Hergé.
Let us first take a look at the red and white rocket, which is the main feature of Han’s submission to the LEGO Ideas website – it contains three floors based on Hergé’s drawings and the miniature model used by the artist, all of which fully furnished and accessible – You’ll find the cockpit in the upper room, a bedroom, kitchen, and dining room in the central room, along the hold in the lower floor. This rocket measures over 31-inches (79cm) in height.
For those of you who like to see to grab your hands on the main characters from the comic series in minifigure form – good news, this set comes with 10 minifigures (of the main characters from the comic series) – You’ll find Tintin, Captain Haddock, Professor Calculus, Thomson and Thompson and the same characters with an astronaut suit, as well as the dog Snowy, Tintin’s best friend.
Take a closer look at Han’s build below:
Support Han’s “Tintin: Explorers on the Moon” Build in the LEGO Ideas website
This build not only provides a challenge if you love big sets (this set consists of over 2,500 LEGO pieces), but there’s lots of playability too – where you can role-play Tintin’s exploration to the moon.
Not only that, this build makes a great display item alongside all your other Tintin merchandises. So in our opinion, if you’re a fan of The Adventures of Tintin, this is one you do not want to miss.
If you like what you’ve seen above, then be sure to show your support for Han’s build by voting for it in the LEGO Ideas website below: