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My Dalek v3.0. More perfectionist, and more advanced techniques  + unconventional technique, including being "sandwiched" by a SNOT 180°
All the schematic elements of a Dalek are now represented, in a minimum of space, and a maximum of technicality.

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Dalek v3.0 by Horlack, on Flickr

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3 hours ago, Horlack Bricks said:

My Dalek v3.0. More perfectionist, and more advanced techniques  + unconventional technique, including being "sandwiched" by a SNOT 180°
This time, I stop. I don't think I could do better. All the schematic elements of a Dalek are now represented, in a minimum of space, and a maximum of technicality.


Dalek v3.0 by Horlack, on Flickr

Hey, as a fan of unconventional building techniques, I really like that head - gives it a much cleaner look. What's the size difference between v2 and v3? I'd love to see this version's head on the second version's body.

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Good stuff! It's interesting to see how your designs evolve rather than just posting a final build. My personal favourite is V2, love that whisk :classic:

Is the piece in the red box of V3 a pneumatic hose straight connector? I wasn't aware it existed.

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5 hours ago, Roses said:

Hey, as a fan of unconventional building techniques, I really like that head - gives it a much cleaner look. What's the size difference between v2 and v3? I'd love to see this version's head on the second version's body.

done :)
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2 hours ago, ukbajadave said:

Good stuff! It's interesting to see how your designs evolve rather than just posting a final build. My personal favourite is V2, love that whisk :classic:

Is the piece in the red box of V3 a pneumatic hose straight connector? I wasn't aware it existed.

a simple plate 1x1 + part 4595

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That last one is lovely - the v2/v3 hybrid.

I like what you did with the head - that's an ingenious technique, and it brilliant that you got the lights and the eyestalk in there.Changing the lower modified tile to black "sells" it.

The proportions look good, and I do like the whisk - but I slightly prefer the gun/arm platform from v3.

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