We can't stop staring at this 10,000-piece, Singapore-made Lego Millennium Falcon

If you didn’t manage to see this during Star Wars Day at Legoland Malaysia, here’s your chance

10,000 Lego pieces formed this Millennium Falcon. That’s 4000 more than the official Ultimate Collector’s Edition issued by Lego. And it’s made in Singapore.

Lovingly built by a group of Singaporeans who hail themselves as Titans Creations, this massive ship was built to commemorate last week’s Star Wars Day.

If you were lucky, you might have caught a glimpse of it at Legoland Malaysia. Or not. Then you’ll have to make do with these photos that were shared on Titan Creations’ Flickr page.

Measuring 110cm by 85cm, this Lego ship holds an insane amount of details that you aren’t even aware of. Trust us, you’ll be awed by even the tiniest details. From the little nooks and crannies, to the tight corridors that leads to the turrets, everything is painstakingly recreated by Titans Creations, brick by brick.

The group has even gone as far as showing Obi-Wan Kenobi training Luke Skywalker in the ways of the Jedi. Right down to the scene with the lightsaber training as he struggles to deflect laser shots from the training drone.

Here, Han Solo and co-pilot Chewbacca are seen piloting the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs (according to the smuggler). You can also probably imagine the moment when Han Solo said, “Chewie, we’re home” in the latest Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer.

Even the engine room gets the full-on details, with lights lining the room and cables running across. If this level of detail doesn’t get you excited, we don’t know what will.

There are more Titans Creations masterpieces, all of which can be seen on their Flickr page. We're crossing our fingers and hoping for a detailed cross-section of the Death Star to turn up.

Okay, maybe that's too much to ask for. Perhaps a Star Destroyer then.

[Source: The Verge via Titans Creations]

[Images: Titan Creations Flickr page]