grohl

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  • Birthday 12/06/80

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    Music and LEGO Technic.

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    Czech Republic

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  1. My seventh alternate of Lance's Mecha Horse 70312. The train features working pushrods, detachable car, can fit all three minifigures and has enough storage space for all their weapons. Tutorial available here www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1vdRJ3hg5A
  2. Improbable, I have only some UCS SW sets and a few of those older planet ones. Thanks a lot.
  3. My 6th alternate of 70312 features moving head, fully poseable arms and legs, opening chest cockpit that can fit Lance's bot. The Mecha Knight can hold the shield and lance in his hands, has a protective neck shield, shoulder cannon and armpit missiles. The whole figure can be seated and his left leg can kick some butt. Scroll down for tutorial.
  4. Thank you very much.
  5. Orange Supercar My frst alternate of 42060 with opening gullwing doors, steering, adjustable rear wing and 1 cylinder engine.
  6. My take on a futuristic BMW bike I finished building a week ago.
  7. The building tutorial is available
  8. The tutorial for the hovercraf is here:
  9. My first alternate build of Clay's Falcon Blaster Fighter 70351. The plane tilts the wings and rotors, the six stud shooters on the wings can be tilted as well. The flick fire missiles are attached to the rear wing. The front cockpit section can be detached and easily turned into an escape pod with opening canopy. The secondary cockpit for Clay's bot can be opened as well. The plane also has a storage for Clay's sword and shield and a cargo space for the chest with an extra Nexo Power in the rear.
  10. I turned this set into 5 different alternates already.
  11. Depending on the complexity, the design part takes from weeks to months or even years. But it can be easily found if you search for LEGO designer interviews
  12. The reason might be that I first touched the set two weeks ago. We all have our tasks to do and this was built during two evening sessions in my free time.
  13. Thank you, would you be interested in semi tutorial video?
  14. Thank you. Here is the tutorial for the model.