Veynom

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  • Birthday 05/16/76

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  1. I can tell you that even when you have a large stock of parts, it is not easy to reproduce the orange crates, mainly because of the modified plates. Quite a rare element. I had more fun inventing the bombs (on the left, with the orange 1x1 tiles). Common parts, easy creation. I will post additional pictures of the interior very soon.
  2. Absolutely. Recolouring it and adding a couple of details. Yes. I also extended the surface, to break the recognizable shape and tiled it for consistency. Thank you all for the very nice comments.
  3. Thank you. But actually, this is a 32x32 plate. :)
  4. Here is a small MOC depicting one of the numerous landing platforms disseminated on Scarif with a bunker entry leading somewhere. Director Krennic is performing a surprise inspection. Scarif Landing Platform by Veynom, on Flickr And a few more details: Landing Platform - Storage Area by Veynom, on Flickr Some creativity around storage and equipment available around the platform. Landing Platform - More storage by Veynom, on Flickr Re-using one of my AA turrets as a way to provide anti-air defense: Landing Platform - AA Battery by Veynom, on Flickr And a ground view: In the meantime, on Scarif... by Veynom, on Flickr Comments welcome.
  5. Very nice model and the scale looks right. Congrats for this great MOC.
  6. Nice job. The brick-built wings are indeed nicer than the plated wings. UCS is maybe too large of a scale for this model and I wonder if something more "system scale" would not be more appropriate. I will keep checking your progresses, good luck!
  7. Nice job. Congrats.
  8. Like this one ? First Order Transporter by Veynom, on Flickr
  9. It looks very nice. However the supports look a bit weak to me and I would be afraid that the wings would bend, particularly the top wings.
  10. Thank you all for the nice comments. :) This is a deliberate choice. I was not building a light grey tank with only a couple of detail sin dark grey. I built a tank with a modern camouflage pattern. And I can confirm I tis effective when the tank is on a base plates among other vehicles or facilities, you do not distinguish its shape correctly. :) According to Wookieepedia, it is not flagged as "Legend". The canon universe is re-using a lot of Legend materials when it comes to ships and vehicles. In SW Rebels season II, the Quasar Fire-class carrier is another example.
  11. Today I propose a colour variant of the 7679 Republic Fighter Tank set. TX-130 Saber-class fighter tank by Veynom, on Flickr I wanted to create a version of this tank that would have been in active service during the first years of the Galactic Empire, immediately after the Clone War's end and the Republic's fall. TX-130 Saber-class fighter tank by Veynom, on Flickr Based on the model visible in the Star Wars Commander video game, I decided to go with a bi-colour paint-scheme based on light and dark blueish greys, similar to some existing camouflage patterns. TX-130 Saber-class fighter tank by Veynom, on Flickr Some details have been added here and there compared to the original model. In no particular order, I will list: - extra detailing on the side wings; - on the side turrets; - engine panel and tank "nose"; - tank sides that are slightly rounded. TX-130 Saber-class fighter tank by Veynom, on Flickr Playable features are still there and complete : - rear door that can lock or free the tank leader seat; - flickr misslies under the side wings; - detailed inside allowing room for a pilot and tank leader; - engine is accessible (and detailed) - compartments are available in the side wings to store hand weapons or tools; - rotating turrets - and the tank has wheels to easily move (and crush rebels) - yet, I do not intend to motorize it as it is too large to go on my 12V train track layout TX-130 Saber-class fighter tank by Veynom, on Flickr TX-130 Saber-class fighter tank by Veynom, on Flickr And a small engine maintenance operation: TX-130 Saber-class fighter tank by Veynom, on Flickr TX-130 Saber-class fighter tank by Veynom, on Flickr TX-130 Saber-class fighter tank by Veynom, on Flickr Hope you like it. Personally, I can confirm it looks quietly aggressive and the camouflage pattern works fine. Hard to really understand the tank shape when on grey baseplates. :)
  12. Very nice project and most impressive results. I will think of building your Phantom. Thank you so much for the instructions.
  13. I modded the official set quite heavily and because i used thick wings, i could use 3 technic pins per wing to make sure they are well attached. But i agree my Defender is rather a "Heavy Defender" kind of TIE. ;)
  14. Wonderful TIE-Bomber. Keep them coming!
  15. I realise I never posted pictures showing the cargo capacity of my Mobquet: Mobquet Transport in Action by Veynom, on Flickr Inside a Mobquet Medium Transport by Veynom, on Flickr Inside a Mobquet Medium Transport by Veynom, on Flickr