Nine-year-old Oliver Hood took 2,500 photos of the toy bricks in different poses to painstakingly create the intricate stop-motion video.
The talented youngster, from Helensburgh, taught himself the skill to make the four-minute film, a parody of the Foo Fighters’ Learn to Fly music video.
Now an online campaign has started to get the band’s singer, Dave Grohl, to watch the clip.
Oliver’s mum, Jackie, explained: “We took him to see the band at Murrayfield in September and it really captivated him.
“When he came home he made a model of the band from LEGO.
“Soon after he was given a school project to do and decided he was going to make a stop-motion video about the group from LEGO.
“I barely saw him for the next two months.”
Oliver finished the video earlier this month and his mum sent it to his teacher, Joe Grafton, at Lomond School. He was blown away and told Jackie she had to put it online.
Jackie and husband Charles are also parents to Benjamin, 11, who wants to be a LEGO designer when he grows up as does Oliver – either that or a rock star.
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