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Request : SDCC 2009 Brickmaster Instructions

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If someone here has the San Diego Comic Con 2009 Brickmaster set (i.e. AT-TE and Dropship) can they, by any chance, post the instructions for download? I'd really like to build the Dropship to go along with the AT-TE that I got via my normal Brickmaster subscription.

Much appreciated :)

ignore this, I found them elsewhere :)

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Then by all means please post them here as well.

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wow the dropship seems to be a pretty easy build and doesnt really have any hard to get pieces in it. The only pieces that I dont seem to have are some of the dark blue bits.

Thanks Big Pete for the instruction link

Edited by Roncanator

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Part 1

Part 2

the parts I need to make this are on order ... I had about 50% already.

Thanks :thumbup:

I'll merge this topic with the instructions topic shortly.

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Pics are links to higher resolution pictures.

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Wow, thanks for linking us to these instructions, Big Pete!

It looks really nice, and I never knew that some parts were used in making it (mainly the two black "railing" pieces). :classic:

I've saved them to my computer to make some time in the future, when I have the parts to do so. :sweet:

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Here's the same images, now with 50% less eye-bleeding from the porntastic yellow filter! :wink:

Thanks for alerting us, Big Pete!

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Here's the same images, now with 50% less eye-bleeding from the porntastic yellow filter! :wink:

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Wow, how did you do that? Photoshop? :oh:

Anyways, thanks for enhancing the photos! Now I can save all four of these (in case one isn't clear) to use to build it sometime! :classic:

EDIT (replying to Svelte's comment below): Oh, I just tried using "auto-correct" on Microsoft Office Picture Manager, and it yielded the same results. :grin:

Edited by ILikePi

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Wow, how did you do that? Photoshop? :oh:

Anyways, thanks for enhancing the photos! Now I can save all four of these (in case one isn't clear) to use to build it sometime! :classic:

Yes, it was just a basic auto-correction. I think the original pics are a little blurry but that can't be helped.

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Nerds :hmpf::tongue:

Thanks for the brush up Svelte :thumbup:

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