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MOC TIE Fighter UCS

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Professional building instruction available here : http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=26055&view=findpost&p=1302509

You can email me at setechnic@gmail.com

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Hi !

I'm French, and I would like to present you my first MOC. It is a TIE Fighter UCS. :)

May be you already have seen it on BS. ;)

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http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Anio/SeT...UCS-ST01/01.jpg

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Anio/SeT...UCS-ST01/03.jpg

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Anio/SeT...UCS-ST01/10.jpg

I hope you like. :)

Now, I'm builing an other MOC (UCS of course ! ^^).

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:cry_happy: I saw this on brickshelf. I :wub: it!

It's fantastic! Lego better release a UCS standard TIE soon, I've been wanting one forever!

One suggestion - Any chance of bigger wings? They look really great and all... But a bit small to me.

Great job and keep up the good work!

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:cry_happy: I saw this on brickshelf. I :wub: it!

It's fantastic! Lego better release a UCS standard TIE soon, I've been wanting one forever!

One suggestion - Any chance of bigger wings? They look really great and all... But a bit small to me.

Great job and keep up the good work!

I don't think the wings are small I think they're just right! Anyways looks like you have a real talent on making UCS

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Thanks !

The model is 1:28 scale. So the wing have the good size.

For example, the true model is 6,3 meters long. My MOC is 28 studs long.

And 28*0,8*28=6,27 meters.

Actually, the cockpit is too high. But I can't build in an other way with the parts I use (especially the 2 big parts). :sceptic:

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The model is 1:28 scale. So the wing have the good size.

For example, the true model is 6,3 meters long. My MOC is 28 studs long.

And 28*0,8*28=6,27 meters.

Actually, the cockpit is too high. But I can't build in an other way with the parts I use (especially the 2 big parts). :sceptic:

But the cockpit doesn't look high to me at all

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A very good rendering of that iconic fighter indeed! Maybe the cockpit could look a little more interesting with some additional details... :thumbup:

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@Warmaster : I will ask you the same question that I wrote on FBTB :

Who do you think you are to put MY building instruction in YOUR folder ? (moreover without credit) :skull: :devil:

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:wacko:

I saw it browsing brickself and assumed that was your folder... But it aint the one in your sig... That's just sad!

Now... Let's find this guy :devil:

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I'm not into SW but I appreciate a great SW moc when I see one and this is one such. Well done and kudos to your friend for the instructions, very good!

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Great work.

I've taken the liberty of resizing the pics and added them as deeplinks.

Also this has been indexed.

Thanks for sharing and thanks for even adding an instruction for this beauty :thumbup:

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Great work.

I've taken the liberty of resizing the pics and added them as deeplinks.

Also this has been indexed.

Thanks for sharing and thanks for even adding an instruction for this beauty :thumbup:

Thanks a lot for your kind words. :sweet:

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That's a really good MOC!! I especially love the wings and the cockpit they are really well done. I reckon it could become a UCS because its that good. I think that the connection between the wings and the cockpit could be a little bigger but i couldnt make anything like that

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Very well done. I think the scale is perfect, the wings and the parts that connect them together are very well done. I think most of those parts can be found in the UCS Vader's TIE avanced set, so this would be a good sort of alternate model for that set.

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That's a really good MOC!! I especially love the wings and the cockpit they are really well done. I reckon it could become a UCS because its that good. I think that the connection between the wings and the cockpit could be a little bigger but i couldnt make anything like that

You are right. But I couldn't use Technic pin, like on the 10175. This kind of connection was too big.

But with the brackets, it is quite strong (more than I tought). :)

Very well done. I think the scale is perfect, the wings and the parts that connect them together are very well done. I think most of those parts can be found in the UCS Vader's TIE avanced set, so this would be a good sort of alternate model for that set.

You are right too.

I buy the parts I used for my TIE. Then, I will rebuild the 10175.

The 2 big parts of the cockpit were very expensive... :cry_sad:

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It looks very nice, loving the method you've used for the wing design :)

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Here is the video :

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Check this out, a UCS TIE Fighter MOC, similar to the TIE advanced but not totally!

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Credit to Anio on brickshelf, a wonderful job! Also the gallery.

Great job!

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Anio already posted this here. :wink:

I thought this looked familiar, but wasn't sure of the link. Thanks Millacol88!

Topic merged :wink:

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