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Air New Zealand BEECHCRAFT 1900D - medi scale

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My entry to the NZ national Lego competition at toy-world.

it is a medi-scale Air New Zealand BEECHCRAFT 1900D - one of the smallest planes in the AirNZ fleet.

only one pic enjoy!

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reference image:

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If this is the wrong forum could someone please move it? thanks.

this is my first plane MOC and C&C is very much welcome and appreciated :sweet:

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Interesting design 'Legonardo Davidy', when do you find out if you won or not ? :wink:

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Interesting plane indeed! Looks very nice!

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Love the swords as prop blades. Look great for that!

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Not bad on the design. The props look a bit big for the size of the plane, but they're just so clever. You really nailed the tail logo. Nice job there. I'm not sure what the official/brick link name of the piece is, but it starts as a 2x2 round piece and tapers up to a 1x1 stud. It's a cone piece, probably 3 height. It would be good for the nose.

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Thank you for all the comments, glad you like it!

Interesting design 'Legonardo Davidy', when do you find out if you won or not ? :wink:

I believe the beginning of July :wink:

Love the swords as prop blades. Look great for that!

Thanks!

Not bad on the design. The props look a bit big for the size of the plane, but they're just so clever. You really nailed the tail logo. Nice job there. I'm not sure what the official/brick link name of the piece is, but it starts as a 2x2 round piece and tapers up to a 1x1 stud. It's a cone piece, probably 3 height. It would be good for the nose.

I tried that piece, didn't look the best. the nose of the plane was by far the most difficult part of the build.

I was hoping someone would notice the tail, it's my first cheese slope design :sweet:

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Impressive! I like the round plate windows and the sign on it's tail is well done!

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A real cutie! I like the classic feeling to it. And indeed, using those swords for rotor blades is a win! :laugh:

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