Over the course of three days, an average of 60 builders constructed an entire city around the edges of a massive red rock with stacks, ports, bridges and arches protruding from the terrain. While I can think of better things to do with my time than to build a virtual city, the video itself is beautifully put together, set to a great soundtrack and the end result is quite astonishing.
Inspired by locations such as 'Uluru (Ayers Rock), Australia' and 'Petra, Jordan'.
For the first true 1.2 timelapse FyreUK have done we build three large districts, ports and docks then move on to a huge entrance to the massive rock in the center and build the inner city.
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