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  1. Corydoras

    Looking for some of the wackier pirate ship MOCs

    Well, I decided to share a WIP of mine, slightly more cartoonish than your average ship MOC. It's supposed to be built on the 7075 hull, which is sadly unavailable in neither LDD nor Its crew will consist of a derpy skeleton captain, two kids, a turtle and an octopus.
  2. Corydoras

    Looking for some of the wackier pirate ship MOCs

    This sure is wacky, but seems to be little more than an extensive mod of the ship from the Spongebob set, and I'm looking for something more creative. To clear things up, it doesn't have to be so ridiculously wacky to the point it barely looks like a pirate ship, just cartoonish enought to not take itself too seriously.
  3. Do you know any pirate ship MOCs that intentionally break away from historical accuracy in favor of certain wackiness and cartoonish looks? Most ships I've ever seen appear to be designed as historically accurate as possible, and while I highly appreciate that, sometimes I can't help but think they all look the same. I'd love to see a creation that looks more like a cheerful toy rather than a perfect display model for a change - I'm thinking something in the vein of 70810 MetalBeard's Sea Cow or 7075 Captain Redbeard's Pirate Ship. Bright colors and exaggerated proportions are welcome.
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    What is this part?

    These parts are old type skeleton arms, if I'm not mistaken.
  5. I'd start with extending the masts by at least 50%.
  6. Hmmm. Not really a fan of this modification. I feel it looks awkwardly, almost comically long.
  7. Corydoras

    [MOC] Asterix & Obelix on LEGO Ideas

    I love Asterix and Obelix and I think these are super neat! I would so buy them if they were released as a set.
  8. But weren't the set images in retailer catalogues mostly prelims in the past?
  9. I still hope it's not, in fact, the final product, as not only is the main cannon ridiculously long, but the twin side cannons seem to be upside down. Also, as I've mentioned before, the tank is missing the distinct blue stripe at the front.
  10. Corydoras

    [MOC] MINIs from Clone Wars - 4 models

    Cheese slopes in red are available since 2004, while The Clone Wars movie, where the Trident makes its first appearance, came out in 2008.
  11. I like the new AAT, but I feel that the hinged front panel should be Dark Blue instead of LBG. Pretty much every image of a Clone Wars era AAT I've seen on the net features a vertical blue stripe at the front. The LEGO version from 2009 has it too. Also, I think the base of the main cannon looks a bit bulky compared to the source.
  12. Corydoras

    LEGO Monkie Kid 2020

    Actually, now that I've searched more thoroughly, there seems to be several such series from different Chinese companies, including some brickheadz-style buildable figures.
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    LEGO Monkie Kid 2020

    I doubt LEGO will win over the Chinese market with this series, as the Chinese already have their own series of bricks based on "Journey to the West", and it doesn't look half bad, too:
  14. Corydoras

    At-St (Movie Accurate)

    What about the mixel ball joints connecting the legs to the body?