DutchRebel

[MOC] STAP

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My dear Star Wars Lego fans, thought I'd share my latest MOC with you. Hope you like it and feel free to comment.

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DR

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Very cool MOC indeed :thumbup:

I like the way you made the engine intakes and wings,

but I dont recognize the steer/gun parts on the main body.

Could have been the upcoming TLC's version of the STAP. :cry_happy:

Edited by Future74

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Probably the best STAP I have seen :thumbup:. The guns and steering console have been done really well. Your engine/intakes look good too. Have you tried turning them around?

Edited by Skipper 24

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I like the way you made the engine intakes and wings,

but I dont recognize the steer/gun parts on the main body.

Guns are made out of screwdrivers put in binoculars connected with a minifig hand into the slope. Steerpart is a cut piece of flexible tube.

DR

Probably the best STAP I have seen :thumbup:. The guns and steering console have been done really well. Your engine/intakes look good too. Have you tried turning them around?

Hey skipper, why would I turn them around? The engines are supposed to 'slope' this way, see image.

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Thanks for your thumbs up!

Edited by DutchRebel

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Wow :oh:

This is really the best Lego version of the STAP I've ever seen. :thumbup:

It really does look like your reference picture.

Maybe you could use black screwdrivers in place of dark gray screwdrivers.

the Inventor

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Wow! What an amazing MOC DutchRebel! For something so small, a lot of nice details are packed in. I especially like the screwdrivers guns on the front. Keep up the good work! :grin:

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Guns are made out of screwdrivers put in binoculars connected with a minifig hand into the slope. Steerpart is a cut piece of flexible tube.

DR

Hey skipper, why would I turn them around? The engines are supposed to 'slope' this way, see image.

Thanks for your thumbs up!

I always thought they were wider at the front. Guess I was wrong! :blush:

Edited by Skipper 24

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Very nice MOC. The changes you made aren't major but it made a big big difference to how much better your STAP is compared to the original. Just shows that sometimes people just need to put a little more thought and a small change will make a much better outcome. :classic:

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Great take on the STAP Dutch Rebel!

I love some of the unusual contrsuction methods our members use in their models - especially to achieve tiny detail - it's inspired much experimentation of my own. The main barrels look way better together, as intended in the original design.

Nice work as always :wink:

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In my opinion this is the best STAP :oh:

Well done DutchRebel :wub::thumbup:

I really like it!

CommanderFox

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This is awesome!

You have really captured the STAP, its stance and the shape of it in this MOC. :thumbup:

I really want to build it for myself now, as your creation of course :thumbup:

Could you show us how to build it please?

Edited by CloneCommanderDelta7

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Hello!

Very clever use of parts. You get the shape perfectly. All thumbs up! :classic:

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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Very very accurate, much better than the free one that was given away.

Good PS skills too. You can't see any base at all.

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