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  1. @Leonardo da Bricki You're welcome, and thank you for your feedback. Sorry for the build experience, nonetheless making real step-by step instructions would unfortunately consume too much time.
  2. I have finished LDD file of the chassis, and it is waiting right now (13.7. 2017, 11am CEST) for an approval on Rebrickable. ( http://rebrickable.com/users/Horcikdesigns/mocs/ ) Here I would like to show you internal structure of it. Rallycar - working parts by Horcik Designs, on Flickr
  3. You're right, but I have any set of them in my collection yet. :D But gulf Livery seems too good to resist to start collecting. :D
  4. Thank you very much :) I am glad that you mentioned the blue one - it was just a sketch model built to test the possibilities for this and future projects. Lack of blue panes forced me to make the white-orange combo :)
  5. I really look forward to see this car finished - and not just because of the color. :D
  6. Oh, thank you very much. I did not expected so much positive feedback. :) No exact and existing car was used as reference, but similarity with some I can not deny. Maybe the wheels could have been slightly smaller for car of this width and length. :) Yes, I plan to make it, but I can not promise when it will be finished and ready. It was only matter of time, when this trend arrives to MOCs :D You're right Meatman, I was strongly inspired by this setup made by Crowkillers. Personally, I played with this idea too, but re-shaping the body in LDD would be very difficult (not only legal techniques are used - some parts are slightly steressed). i do not want to make promises, but I think that I will make it - probably only 3D file, but I think it is enough :)
  7. Hi builders and collectors, This MOC started as plain chassis with two-speed GB, basic steering geometry, stabilizers and 4-wheel independent suspension (rear drive) with 3 cylinder fake engine in front. So, technically it is not a supercar you would imagine. Then I built the body around it. It started as blue, but due to lack of parts in this colour I had to "repaint" it, and start building it in white with orange highlights to make it look interesting. Two months after finishing (called so for lack of better names) bodywork, I realized, that four speed gearbox from non-presented project would fit there. And it have (after some minor upgrades and chassis-rebuilds, of course :D) Photos: Hot-Hatch Rallycar by Horcik Designs, on Flickr Hot-Hatch Rallycar by Horcik Designs, on Flickr Hot-Hatch Rallycar by Horcik Designs, on Flickr Hot-Hatch Rallycar by Horcik Designs, on Flickr Hot-Hatch Rallycar by Horcik Designs, on Flickr Hot-Hatch Rallycar by Horcik Designs, on Flickr Hot-Hatch Rallycar by Horcik Designs, on Flickr (more photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/112259733@N07/albums/72157682676686045) The instructions for the chassis can be found on Rebrickable: http://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-8882/Horcikdesigns/rallycar-chassis/#comments I see this car as ancestor of my previous Yubihama II.
  8. Hi, I would like to let you know, that this MOC is now on Rebrickable, so the LDD file is ready to be downloaded there. Enjoy. :) And here is the link; sorry for delay... http://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-8738/Horcikdesigns/madblack-hot-rod/#comments
  9. I really enjoy watching supercars grow. Than You @Erik Leppen for sharing the progress. :) Not for the engine. However, XJ200... :D
  10. Great idea, awesome execution. Maybe more work on the figures (not leaving them stock - especially the girl - would be nice, but not necessary.) (The photo with Vader sitting on his bike also made me think about it more, and inspired me to make a drawing loosely inspired by it. I think that it should be here too.)
  11. Please do not forget that this topic is about McLaren, not about Gallardo.
  12. it is really nice chassis! Looks like fun to drive it around :) Have you tried smaller wheels for better acceleration and tires that are less adhesive? I tried to build one, but with original parts it is nearly impossible. No one-way-diff, no precise steering and torque control, extreme friction and lack of power. The car keeps doing donuts and result is not much better than performance of this chassis. I really look forward to see somebody build real one. :)
  13. I'll really enjoy to watch this car grow. Personally, I would not be afraid of using also system elements (curved slopes, especially) to achieve fluent lines. :)
  14. Design of a MOC is not only about having specific elements in your collection. It is also about the art of choosing the optimal shape to be built with bricks and skills you have. To be honest, McLaren is very hard car to be captured well. Scale-modelling is not easy discipline to master with pre-shaped bricks, personally I would primarily try to build good-looking imaginary vehicle. And if you show only body on video, there are no ways to know what's inside. :) Or at least photo of the underside of your MOC. Put more effort and time to building and to presenting, and together with your enthusiasm they'll bring much better results . :)
  15. Oh, that's huge... More than good for first MOC. Do you plan to make a video?