Chuck

Maersk Corporate Helicopter

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Fits 2 for selective compression. Not the best build, but it was a fun build.

-Chuck

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Somehow I expected MAERSK blue. :look:

But nice anyway!

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A very sleek and neat creation, the rotor looks fine and detailed and it´s nice to see a working door too! :thumbup:

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Somehow I expected MAERSK blue. :look:

So did I!

Not to say that this helicopter doesn't look good - it looks excellent. Interesting use of pieces, and I'm guessing deliberaly so because it would otherwise look a bit boring. Nice shape to it as well, I would have to highlight the nose as my favourite bit - mostly curved wedges and slopes here.

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It's really "Chuck" in the design : great overall look with great details, and some nice snot techniques. :thumbup:

I especially like how you made the rotor section, with the rotor motor (the part that connect the rotor to the copter, I don't know the write world, even in French, so...)

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The top propellors looks a little heavy for the way they are connected to the motor part at the base

but other than that looks like a awsome use of mostly SNOT techniques :thumbup:

just one question: do you have do take apart the whole roof to put the mini fig in?

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That's a :wub: helicopter, Chuck! :thumbup:

I really like these doors you can open, the size is very ok and you put in a very nice minifigs (only the pilot is missing :laugh: ) - if only TLG would release something like that! :oh:

Somehow I expected MAERSK blue. :look:

But nice anyway!

I expected a MAERSK blue, too - but perhaps white is even better :wink: .

Very, very well done! :thumbup:

Klaus-Dieter

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The top propellors looks a little heavy for the way they are connected to the motor part at the base

but other than that looks like a awsome use of mostly SNOT techniques :thumbup:

just one question: do you have do take apart the whole roof to put the mini fig in?

Funny that you ask that; the way that I structured the roof makes it so that is possible. It is connected by two jumper plates.

-Chuck

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Chuck,

nice design and I'm glad you had fun building. I too was hoping for some Maersk Blue in the

design, but the white looks very fine.

Thanks for posting.

Ben M.

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