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[MOC] UCS B-Wing

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Heres a few pics of my UCS B-wing inspired by Gareth and Oceanblue of FBTB

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Thanks i wish the pictures where better but only got a camera phone.

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No matter, this thing is awesome.

:wub:

Thank you soo much for sharing it with us.

Do you have an idea of how long this took you to do? (Including designing & building)

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well i used oceanblues and gareths b wing on brickshelf to get the main elements and to solve a few things since i am new to mocing, but from ordering parts and completing the b wing probably about 2 months, the shuttle is 2 months so far in build time.

i think the b wing cockpit could do with being larger maybe 10 x 10 radar dish size but apart from that i am happy with it.

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Very nice - great job!

Can you post some photos of the cockpit?

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Thanks for sharing this cavegod -very impressive. Love to have one sitting on my shelf :tongue: .

Out of pure curiosity - do you know what the piececount is?

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Thanks i wish the pictures where better but only got a camera phone.

Are you kidding me! Those are some of the best phone pictures I've ever seen!

The ship is beautiful :wub: and you can now cross B-Wing off your list of OT star wars vehicles to make into UCS. :tongue: Honestly though, you are on a roll. All these amazing UCS creations are making me cry tears of joy! :cry_happy:

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Very impressive B-Wing you made there, and a very detailed cockpit.

It's a shame you don't have better pictures, but non the less its a good UCS styled MOC

the Inventor

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Thanks for sharing this cavegod -very impressive. Love to have one sitting on my shelf :tongue: .

Out of pure curiosity - do you know what the piececount is?

id say it will be over 2000, theres a lot of tech half pins inside

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Good thing I didn't make a bet, because I'd be paying dues now (darn tech pins).

thanks!

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You made an amazing MOC. It has a lot of details and the color scheme is wonderfull.

You have moreover a great way to display it with its support. It is very impressive.

By the way, what are the dimensions of this beauty ? it must be huge regarding the size of the minifig on it.

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How big are the odds...

just reading and commenting on a B-wing which I found to be a USC model and than I saw this, and I thought: double post?! :wacko:

And than I looked who posted it... NOT, another B-wing! :laugh:

It looks amazing cavegod :thumbup:

Thanks for sharing this one.

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Freakin' sweet! I love the display stand you made.

It's about time LEGO Co made a new UCS ship. I've got my fingers crossed they're inspired by your MOC.

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Can you email me instruction and part list: I always love the B-Wing style....Super Nice Model :cry_happy::wub:

rckid_59@yahoo.com

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Can you email me instruction and part list: I always love the B-Wing style....Super Nice Model :cry_happy::wub:

rckid_59@yahoo.com

:hmpf: You bump something thats like a year old, to have Cavegod put together an Lfx for you and give you a part count? Just for you?

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*oh2* Wow, its fantastic, great job on the cot-pit though, I think it looks awesome!

Edit- Didn't realise it was bumped :blush:

Edited by Professor Trelawney

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:hmpf: You bump something thats like a year old, to have Cavegod put together an Lfx for you and give you a part count? Just for you?

Indeed, it's a bit rude to expect someone who's slaved away on an MOC to make a .lfx file on request. And does cavegod even make instructions for his stuff?

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Nothing welcomes the new guy with 4 posts like......"how rude" Maybe we just let him know the rules. I dunno, I'm just a lurker.

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Can you email me instruction and part list: I always love the B-Wing style....Super Nice Model :cry_happy::wub:

rckid_59@yahoo.com

Probably would've been better off just private messaging him, rather than the road you took. You wouldn't have gotten the flak you did...

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And stop please. :sceptic:

Keep this about the MOC please.

Enough of this should have, would have and could have stuff.

This got bumped by a new member - leave it at that please.

New members have to learn the ropes around here and this sure doesn't help them or you even in any way.

"Stay on Target!"

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Charles,

Follow the link:

My link

Down towards the bottom of the page you will building instructions for an UCS B-Wing. Under "Built it yourself".

Not Cavegods, sorry! But, it is one Cavegod used as inspiration for his! There is also instructions for an UCS A-Wing, as well as some other cool models.

Jamie

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Looks great. I love B-wings. I've never seen a UCS B-Wing before. I wish I got the 2006 B-Wing. Maybe we'll see a new one for the 30th anniversory of Return of the Jedi in 2013.

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