vmln8r

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  1. Thanks for the instructions! I haven't dived into trial trucks much, so building a copy was a great learning exercise - the leaf springs in particular work incredibly well! [img]https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8103/28982015724_76bdef5737_c.jpg[/img]
  2. That's excellent! It seems incredibly capable; great work on keeping it simple and light.
  3. [quote name='J_C' timestamp='1471245502' post='2635803'] [i]I really admire when people design something small, or simple, or with limited bricks.[/i] [i]I think it is way harder and valuable than taking e.g.10000 brick for heaps of money and build something super-realistic and sizewise massive.[/i] [i]Of course these "large scale" MOCs are usually impressive, but small, compact, limited, smart is ([u]to me)[/u] way more impressive. [/i] [/quote] Thanks! Squeezing the most of out the bricks is super fun. Of course, size constraints also help when it comes to performance.
  4. Thanks for all your comments!
  5. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCzBFXRFygU[/media] [url="https://flic.kr/p/La3vdV"][img]https://c2.staticflickr.com/9/8789/28982034785_a752b81591_c.jpg[/img][/url] More pictures: [url="https://www.flickr.com/photos/vmln8r/albums/72157669375330333"]https://www.flickr.c...157669375330333[/url] Chassis LDD file: [url="http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/vmln8r/Misc/peel_chassis.lxf"]http://www.brickshel...eel_chassis.lxf[/url]
  6. Excellent work! The axle-propellor connection is neat.
  7. We had to build our own return-to-center mechanisms in the old days: [url="http://www.technicbricks.com/2009/09/tbs-techtips-26-return-to-center.html"]http://www.technicbr...-to-center.html[/url]
  8. I like the compact build. Correct me if I'm wrong, but is it any different to this? [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a89MtigEgqg[/media]
  9. [quote name='wumsi' timestamp='1457860151' post='2498897'] Maybe they are red, because the have a different fitting. And if not, that would be something anyone here could easily change [/quote] Modify a children's construction toy? Are you sure you can do that?
  10. What everyone else said; physical separation and time constraints. The need to consider multiple functional connection points probably also makes collaborating together on a single Technic/similar build particularly complex. That said, mahjqa and I worked together on this - it only took two days (spaced almost a year apart!): [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46Tddix1o38[/media]
  11. [quote name='Mark Bellis' timestamp='1457479982' post='2495089'] I've had a go at a pneumatic octopus arm and also a cuttlefish with its propulsive fronds. Mark [/quote] Sounds cool! Do you have pictures?
  12. Nice tinkering! [quote name='DrJB' timestamp='1457106036' post='2491033'] I'm not sure what optimization really means (in this context). [/quote] Like the video shows - optimising the mechanics and software for more efficient operation?
  13. [quote name='Richard Dower' timestamp='1447676487' post='2385205'] yeah...but...but...purple?....wth am i supposed to do with that? [/quote] [img]https://41.media.tumblr.com/b49080b57d9dbed799bb07454a04047f/tumblr_nxwwfwvh5j1rqi1oqo1_400.jpg[/img]