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After playing TFU for the first time ( Long story, mainly parental), I thought to myself; wouldn't the force push look great in Lego form? Well, I decided to give it a go. Since I don't have the parts to make a Starkiller minifig, my sigfig John will fill in for him.

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Looks a mess, right? That's what I was going for. :tongue:

Vig without Figs

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Very basic, I know. Best I could do with my limited parts supply.

Force Push Peice

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Just 3 Clear holder peices and 5 clear platforms, with some stuff to hold onto.

I love this technique, it's just so hard to keep together! :cry_sad:

In the process of building it and taking pictures, the force peice fell apart at least 8 times.

Live and learn, I guess :sadnew: .

More pics on my Flickr.

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Very clever use of clear pieces indeed, 'cralegoboy'.

Looks like what really happens if you upset a Jedi or Sith lord.

Great work. :classic::thumbup:

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Nice MOC cralegoboy! :thumbup:

It looks Really cool!

I really like that technique as well! It looks so good! But sadly I don't have enough 'see through' parts to do a nice amout of it. :sadnew:

Great job!

CommanderFox

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Very nice technique :thumbup:

I'm actually trying lots of foce techniques right now :grin: I might post them when I have some more.

Force is the reason why I love trans-clear pieces so much :tongue:

But, are the pieces to hold onto just random objects or aren't they there in real live?

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Great technique :thumbup: . Reminds me strongly of another remember who posted a force whirlwind technique (sorry can't remember who). Perhaps instead of using those grey rod parts you might be able to use their gun barrels.

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But, are the pieces to hold onto just random objects or aren't they there in real live?

Let's just say that the stormies had just raided a primitive planet :tongue: .

Perhaps instead of using those grey rod parts you might be able to use their gun barrels.

Two reasons I don't use the gun barrels:

1. I mainly have the short blasters, and those barrels don't fit securely in the clear platform piece.

2. I quite like the 'euphoria' effect in TFU, and I thought I would try it in this MOC.

Any more questions?

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Reminds me strongly of another remember who posted a force whirlwind technique (sorry can't remember who). Perhaps instead of using those grey rod parts you might be able to use their gun barrels.

I do believe you mean Cole's Force Cyclone :wink::sweet:

CommanderFox

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I do believe you mean Cole's Force Cyclone :wink::sweet:

CommanderFox

^^^^^That was a great MOC.

I think this does the job very well. Without the fig's it's a mess but with the fig's it's complete and looks like a force push.

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Great design, especially when there are a lot of objects being pushed :thumbup:

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^^^^^That was a great MOC.

I think this does the job very well. Without the fig's it's a mess but with the fig's it's complete and looks like a force push.

Yes it was! :wub:

Agreed, it does look abit of a mess without figs but really cool with figs! :thumbup:

Great job!

CommanderFox

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That's also part of what inspired me to do this MOC. I agree, cole's cyclone was amazing :cry_happy:

Too bad Brickshelf lost all the pictures! :cry_sad:

EDIT:It apears cole edited the MOC with new pictures!!! :thumbup:

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