Ras 74

X-34 Landspeeder MOC

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Hi everybody!

I decided to give LDD a try for the first time in ages.

Recentley bought the 8092 Luke´s Landspeeder and built it yesterday.

Ever since the second model of this came out, 4501, I have said that the first version 7110 was the best one in scale.

So why does LEGO decide to build the new version in a BIG size again?

I have no idea. I have had a half done version standing on one of my shelfs for over a year now.

So when I was done with my build of 8092 I decided to finally finnish my own MOC based pretty much of 7110.

You can clearly see were influences is picked from both 7110 and the new 8092, but also were my own creativity has been put into work.

Now I am not a master builder or anything, so please bare with me.

Talking to much? Here comes the pictures.

First a side view:

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Front view:

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Rear view:

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Secret compartment for suitcases and lightsabres:

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Reference picture, LDD and the real model:

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Just a final picture:

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"Get out of the way wierd space dude! What are you some kind of fluger?"

Small note: The black Technic Liftarm supporting the top engine will be replaced.

So let me know what you think.

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Excellent work on LDD there my friend - but then I suppose I'm just slightly biased :classic:

And naturally you've built the model also with real bricks - the way it supposed to be done :thumbup:

Regarding the model, I really like the way you modded the size to make it more realistic in the proportions. Like you've pointed out, the 8092 is just too wide. Going 6 wide was the right move.

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Nice work, I think it'd be fruistrating to use that program to build sets but you nailed it.

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Excellent LDD job then fantastic real brick job of this landspeeder - so COOL ! :grin:

I really like the boot area under the middle engine.

Great work and I'm a conformist! 'Ras 74' I'm a conformist! ! :sweet:

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Thanks for the replys so far guys!

Nice work, I think it'd be fruistrating to use that program to build sets but you nailed it.

Actually I did this the other way around. It was first brickbuilt, then turned into a LDD model.

Just wanted to try that out since my good friend and LDD nerd Superkalle is doing nothing else then talking of LDD :tongue:

Thanks for the tip of doing it more in a "real" LEGO manner with connecting the radar dishes Superkalle.

They are now attached with lighsaber blades instead of the 1x1 technic brick that fits perfect in the engine.

Made the dishes be 0.05 mm out of center actually. Was barely not noticed if not looking to carefull to the model.

Excellent LDD job then fantastic real brick job of this landspeeder - so COOL ! :grin:

I really like the boot area under the middle engine.

Great work and I'm a conformist! 'Ras 74' I'm a conformist! ! :sweet:

Same message to you LT :wink:

And please say Ras. With the number it just sounds to formal.

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