noah’s ark

Well, here it is, in all its rendered lego glory, Noah’s ark. Now you may notice a larger cube next to it (sort of a timber borg-cube?). That’s Utnapishtim’s ark which, although shorter, is considerably wider and taller (well, it is cube shaped). The latter also has more than three times the volume, making for a considerably roomier, although perhaps less seaworthy (given the cubic shape) vessel.

Noah's and Utnapishtim's arks

2 responses to “noah’s ark”

  1. Gordon Cheng

    I love all this stuff. It can’t help but add to your understanding of Genesis 6-9, and Lego as well.

    1. Anonymous

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      The Noah’s ark does not have a space with roof. It covers the whole entire boat.
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