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Lego Star Wars 10198 Tantive IV (limited edition) Time-lapse

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Lego Star Wars Limited Edition Set #10198 Tantive IV

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I did you a disservice by assuming the video would be a little boring and for that I apologise :blush: . It's actually very well done, and I really like how you made the effort to make the pieces appear to move around of their own accord rather than just showing the stereotypical build. My favourite part was around 44 seconds in when the 'thrusters' moved to the back of the engine blocks. Very well done :thumbup:

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I did you a disservice by assuming the video would be a little boring and for that I apologise :blush: . It's actually very well done, and I really like how you made the effort to make the pieces appear to move around of their own accord rather than just showing the stereotypical build. My favourite part was around 44 seconds in when the 'thrusters' moved to the back of the engine blocks. Very well done :thumbup:

I had the same feeling (just another timelapse build) but the movement of the pieces really adds to the experience...

Very well done

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Please share the video

I'm sorry, I thought I did comment yesterday :wacko:. Sorry.

I really like it, this is so smoothly done, and looking like it's building it's self is fantastic.

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You can tell this took some time and patience to do!

Only needs a SW character saying 'Hey!' at the start like in the LEGO commercials :laugh:

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Looks great! :classic: You must have had quite a lot of patience to do this - more patience than me!

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Nice!

Building a set like this one takes some time, but to record every single piece step by step you really need patience, respect!

Greetings

-Bane

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