Scott and Owen win Lego Masters: Grand Masters

Scott and Owen win Lego Masters: Grand Masters

Fellow Western Australians Scott and Owen won Lego Masters: Great Masters.

Their elaborately designed Titan Atlas, carrying a giant city overhead as it stumbles through a sea of ​​lava, was voted best in a 28-hour freeform build.

Previously voted runners-up in Season 3, they triumphed by winning the $100,000 prize.

Joss and Henry finished second with a Forest Guardian and Traveler design with Caleb and Alex third with a King of the Jungle build.

Judge Ryan “Brickman” McNaught was again brought to tears by the emotion of it all, letting Hamish Blake host to keep the mood light, even interrupting the build with a dance break for no particular reason…

Scott said, “The entire Lego Masters experience has been an absolutely mind-blowing and heart-filling experience. We gave this competition and our final build everything we had, we hope everyone enjoyed being with us on this journey.

“Going home with the win at this level of competition has blown me away, so I’ll just say thank you. Firstly, to all the crew, thank you so much for all your help in keeping us grounded along the way, to all the competitors past and present, thank you for your love and everyone home for tuning in, thank you .

Owen said: “We knew the level of the final builds would be above and beyond anything we’ve seen so far. This put us in an all-or-nothing mentality, to try something both creatively and technically ridiculous in an effort to set ourselves apart. That meant a load of risk, many sleepless nights, and hopefully a fun watch for everyone at home. In the end all the risks paid off and I couldn’t be more proud of the legacy we have left to the competition.”

Brickman said, “There’s always a big risk in naming a series ‘Great’ masters, as you’re relying on competitors to really bring skills and techniques that haven’t been seen before, and damn they were lucky, because they did this and more , none more so than our winners, Scott and Owen, who were big risk takers and really lived up to the hype.

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