Ironically, my latest LDD model is for college rather than a relaxing diversion from it! Basically, I had to do a project involving some type of software, and I got approval to use LEGO Digital Designer! My professor encouraged everyone to post their projects on the Internet, so I did!
The Terramphi is a concept amphibious military vehicle. It can cruise over land and water at 150 miles per hour while maintaining a smooth ride for its two occupants, thanks to its tough suspension and reinforced wheels. Its engine provides 1,000 horsepower, which can drive the wheels on land, run the rotatable rear turbines on water, or power both for an extra boost on land or water. The Terramphi defends freedom with a rotating and elevating machine gun turret, four smaller machine guns in the front, and two missiles that can launch at any land, sea, or air target within two miles of the vehicle. A satellite dish and a radio antenna facilitate navigation and communication with other soldiers in the field. There is also a storage compartment in the rear of the vehicle for supplies.
I dedicate the Terramphi to freedom-defending soldiers around the world.
Click on any image to enlarge it.
Check out the engine!
Suspension, turbines, guns, missiles, and satellite dish in action; mirrors folded in to protect them in combat.
Doors and storage compartment open; missiles and satellite dish folded in.
The brave soldiers who ride the Terramphi into battle.
Two older versions of my model (LXFs only; no screenshots available at this time): Version 1 - Version 2
Full Brickshelf gallery (when public)
So, is the Terramphi battle-ready, or should it be sent back to the engineers for improvement?
-Toa Of Justice
Edited by Rufus, 29 May 2011 - 10:45 AM.