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75304-1: Darth Vader Helmet
Published 7 months ago
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Iconic, collectible Darth Vader Helmet for display

Pay homage to the Dark Lord of the Sith with this collectible LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet (75304). Immerse yourself in the complex building process and relive classic Star Wars saga scenes as you recreate the iconic shape and sinister details of the helmet in LEGO style.

Designed for display
The Darth Vader Helmet is a compact size and has a display stand with a nameplate to complete a striking centrepiece that will enhance the décor of your home or workplace. And check out the other new-for-May-2021 LEGO Star Wars build-to-display helmet: Scout Trooper Helmet (75305).

Special gift idea
Part of a collection of LEGO Star Wars building kits for adults, this premium-quality set makes a wonderful memorabilia gift for yourself, any Star Wars fan, experienced LEGO builders or someone who enjoys a fun, creative challenge.

Escape the stresses of everyday life for a while and enjoy some quality time recreating every menacing detail of Darth Vader’s Helmet with this collectible LEGO Star Wars building kit (75304).
The iconic design of Darth Vader’s Helmet is recreated in LEGO bricks to spark memories of classic Star Wars saga scenes, and the display stand with nameplate completes an impressive centrepiece.

This set is part of a series of collectible LEGO Star Wars build-to-display helmet models – look out for the new-for-May-2021 Scout Trooper Helmet (75305).

This 834-piece set offers a complex, rewarding building experience and makes a top birthday, holiday or surprise gift for any Star Wars enthusiast, experienced LEGO builder or hobbyist.

Measuring over 8 in. (20 cm) high, 5.5 in. (15 cm) wide and 5.5 in. (14cm) deep, this buildable Darth Vader Helmet model doesn’t need much space for display but makes a big visual impact.

Buying this set for a huge Star Wars fan who is a LEGO newcomer? No problem. It comes with easy-to-follow instructions so they can take on this complex build with the confidence of a Jedi Knight.

This LEGO Star Wars set for adults is part of a collection of premium-quality and fun building kits designed for you, the discerning hobbyist, who enjoys hands-on creative projects.

Since 1958, LEGO components have met rigorous industry standards to ensure consistent, secure connections and robust builds.

LEGO bricks and pieces are tested to the max to make sure they meet some of the most stringent safety standards on planet Earth – and in galaxies far, far away!


Missing Elements:

- 78443: Wedge Plate 6 x 2 Left - Missing Piece

- 78444: Wedge Plate 6 x 2 Right - Missing Piece

- 6180pr0022: Tile Special 4 x 6 with Studs on Edges with 'LEGO STAR WARS DARTH VADER' Print - Missing Print

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7 months ago
An absolutely kitschy shrine to the dark side of the force
7 months ago
@ Satriani Nice render
7 months ago
What Did you use instead of the 6x2 wedges?
7 months ago
@Brick_Reaper, @Koneko
I've used a 1x2 plate + 1x4 wedge in my build. In my optinion it looks a little bit better. With the 6x3 there is a hard corner which 'breaks the flow'. Hope I find the words.
7 months ago
Ah ok, I'll switch it when I get the chance
7 months ago
OK! That shouldn't be a request
7 months ago
Nice! Lego ART has always looked awesome tom me.
7 months ago
Oh! Didn't realize the Lego ART was a only the render
7 months ago
Wow... I could never be that good. Any tips about making renders?
7 months ago
I'm far away to be a good Blender user. Take a look at the screenshot. Everything is very easy: the LEGO-Models are imported with the (the best money ever) Mecabricks-Addon. The box is modeled with simple standard meshes, cubes and cylinders.
My way to learn blender: watching and carry out many tutorials on youtube. My personal favorit is BlenderGuru, https://www.youtube.com/user/AndrewPPrice, but there are another good channels about blender.
7 months ago
@Satriani Thank you!

This is a joke, bUt CaN yOu WeAr iT?
7 months ago
I need some time to understand the joke!
But my friends often say: oh, what a nice turorial.
7 months ago
@Satriani It's not meant to reference anything, I just tried to come across as an idiot.
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