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I am currently building a Lego Creator Sydney Opera House set. After its done I want to build a display case for it and want to put some LED floodlights to light up the landmark.

My question is are there mini LED spotlights out there in the world that would be proportional in size to this set? Thank you.

I attach two pictures, one of the lego set and one of the real thing under floodlights, which is the scene Im trying to replicate.

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closed as off-topic by BMitch Oct 26 '13 at 18:56

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Are you asking us to design your project for you? – The Evil Greebo Oct 26 '13 at 1:37
No, I'm asking for the right material to use especially regarding the lighting because I'm looking for parts that are small enough and proportional to the set. I also live in Indonesia so what's available here is probably not the same as what is available wherever you are. So I am asking for advice based on the vast collective knowledge and experience here. Sorry if there is a misunderstanding. – rabbid Oct 26 '13 at 2:00
bricks.stackexchange.com is the Lego site. You might talk to them for ideas as well. Right now, its unclear what you're asking. Get a design, and some drawings, and we'll help out with the tricky details. Or join us in the chat where the ruled are a bit freer. – Chris Cudmore Oct 26 '13 at 2:14
Thank you. I didnt know there is a special Lego section. Will ask there as well. I have also edited the original question to hopefully make it clearer. Thanks. – rabbid Oct 26 '13 at 2:18
Please don't cross post, let a mod migrate your question instead. That way people can follow your question on the new site. Cross posting means anyone that could answer your question here will have to go searching for your new question the other site and may give up rather than giving you an answer. – BMitch Oct 26 '13 at 18:58

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