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[MOC] #691522 Geckoentaur Traxformer

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Buildable version for real LEGO bricks (see Rebrickable link below):

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Find out story plot behind this model and even more on set's official webpage:

http://lego.queryen....681522.php?j=en

You can see it also at MOC Pages here:

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/420960

Rebrickable - official building instruction:

http://rebrickable.c...ildable-version

LEGO Ideas direct link for those interested:

https://ideas.lego.com/projects/130732

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That is really cool. I like how industrial it feels. I also like how you used the technic pins in the tracks.

Thank you

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Interesting and very cool. Nice job!

Nice look, tracks and hands especially.

Thank you both...

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How much time did you spend doing this?

DEVELOPING: well, as I checked now when the initial 691522 folder was created (11th October 2015, 03:00 {=> very early morning, like deep night or something :devil: } ) minus date when I finally posted it here (25th October 2015) minus 1 day (just renders) and make an absolute number from it then I can safely say that it definitely did not take more than 13 days (but it needs to be said that I did not work on it everyday over that period) :laugh::grin:

RENDERS: all the renders took cca. half a day (+/-)

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That's a cool imaginative build. l like how everything stows- very utilitarian. Love the renders, esp those crate designs. Unfortunately, if built with real brick, I doubt those 'neck' links would bear the weight of the little pod with the arms. Gravity's a pain that way. Anyway, cool build.

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That's a cool imaginative build. l like how everything stows- very utilitarian. Love the renders, esp those crate designs. Unfortunately, if built with real brick, I doubt those 'neck' links would bear the weight of the little pod with the arms. Gravity's a pain that way. Anyway, cool build.

Yes, that may be very true but that is the magic of virtual models where anything is possible...one should take it as a pure fantasy, nothing that should/could be build in real life (unfortunately, most probably). :wink:

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UPDATE:

* added LEGO Ideas link...so guys if you can, please, support this MOC so I can buy it actually myself once :grin:

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Great vehicle! :thumbup:

It really does have an industrial feel.

I also like the color scheme.

It fits nicely with the Decontamination Base. :thumbup:

You got my support. :wink:

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Great vehicle! :thumbup:

It really does have an industrial feel.

I also like the color scheme.

It fits nicely with the Decontamination Base. :thumbup:

You got my support. :wink:

Thank you!

Yea, they both fits because they are of the same pseudo SPACE subtheme of mine callled "Techtroners" :grin:

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New "buildable" version (if you are interested in what changes took place, please, read it here: https://ideas.lego.c.../130732/updates)

Also there are building instructions for this new version awaiting for approval on Rebrickable so once approved I will share the link here so anyone interested can build it and test for himself... :wink:

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I like this build the most of all of the ones I have seen. It is truly a wonderful MOC!

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I like this build the most of all of the ones I have seen. It is truly a wonderful MOC!

Thank you were much for your really kind words, my friend! :wink:

BTW how we stand with our "grabler" project - did you already have all needed bricks for real LEGO bricks model testing? :look:

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Thank you were much for your really kind words, my friend! :wink:

BTW how we stand with our "grabler" project - did you already have all needed bricks for real LEGO bricks model testing? :look:

I ended up getting the final bricks for the front half last weekend. I hope to work on it this weekend!

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I ended up getting the final bricks for the front half last weekend. I hope to work on it this weekend!

Perfect - can't wait! :thumbup:

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