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  1. krisandkris12

    [MOC] [WIP] UCS Eta-2 Actis

    No doubt that the cockpit is the toughest nut to crack on this beauty. I dont think with current piece assortment there is a 100% perfect way to do it. Ithink I might like your attempt bettr than Aniosso far, its a tough call. Nice progress, I am glad you scaled it to 4wide dome R4, would have been quite a miss not to do that. Good luck finishing it ;)
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    [WIP] UCS Resurgent-Class Star Destroyer

    Very nice. Keep going and you might be the one that makes me like this destroyer design :D So far I wasn't overly impressed (movie, pictures) but I totally love your build!
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    SFS TIE/x1 Advanced

    Took me around 5 seconds to see the Vader :D
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    SFS TIE/x1 Advanced

    Funny that you talk about the odd design. I used to dislike this one the most, with the interceptor being my favourite. such a cool look with the long evil pronged panels. Meanwhile the TA looked like something someones grandma would drive... Though as I aged (yes, I am reeeeeallly old now) I actually came to like the advanced more and more... and more, so now I actually like it the best. (Jeez, that grandma joke may have some truth in it :D ) I like its chubbiness, it actually makes me feel this would be the most practical design for fast and agile ship, wich relatively low tensor of inertia for the most agility. I like that the cockpit is at the front rather than offset to the back so the majority of the peripheral view is obstructed by long pronged panels, as it is in other, unnnamed fighters. All in all, it's just cool. Oh and you have a nice model by the way!
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    1968 FIAT 500 F

    Looks like Lepin to me...
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    Konajra's Mocs

    I am not even that huge of a ship fan, but i could easily spend days looking at this. My goodness...
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    1968 FIAT 500 F

    Is it RC? Custom LEDs? Can I get the instructions for free? And the parts to actually build it? Thanks!
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    (MOC) - Cavegod's UCS Sandcrawler

    Finally someone who actually share pictures of the progress :D . It's so much cooler to see than just read comments!!
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    [MOC] UCS Venator-Class Star Destroyer

    ^^^ I am not the biggest fan of part fadeout. It makes some sense but it is unlike Lego manuals and that is what I am used to. I think it depends much more on making each building step plausible, so there is not to many pieces added at once that would create some confusion. It actually takes a good skill to lay out building steps to feel good. I think that people can't really appreciate that enough until they try to make instructions for complex model themselves.
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    [MOC] Yoda

    I like the building style. Great choice to use curved slopes for the mouth, it completes the perfect facial expression and it looks amazingly slick given that its the only visible 'special' piece use on the otherwise 'rectangular' brick sculpture. I wish you browse through SW waters more often :D
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    [MOC] UCS Venator-Class Star Destroyer

    Big respect Elis! Back in the days (I like talking like old man :D ) more than a year ago when you first started with your project, I liked your enthusiasm and dedication, but in all honesty, I would have never thought you would make it to such successful finish. Your building skills evolved significantly and the result looks good enough that even me, the eternal nitpicker, doesn't have much to point out and complain about :D Of course, kudos to Martin for pulling out his fantastic LPub skills again. It especially pleases me to know that he is still enjoying making instructions so I can hope for some other great mocs from you getting that treatment (?) :) Looking forward to more!
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    ^ Whoa, let me grab my Oxford Dictionary and see you in couple hours after I read through your post :D ...after couple hours: Haha more often than not, your posts are like a lecture of English for me. Anyway, after several cycles of drastic simplifications, I guess it says that there are technical limitations and requirements that sort of drive the design of these cams and make the bulkiness unavoidable, whereas the payoff in this case is a better pose-ability...? Well, fair enough :)
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    ^ +1 The overal coolness was enough to get me blindfolded (well thats exaggeration :D) and distracted from possibly slightly lacking details, but you guys are totally right.
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    Cmon boys ( @cavegod ), I am a simple creature. Don't confuse me here :D Stunning, LilMe. I am surprised how much different everything is compared to last WIPs I recall. Thats a lot of work.
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    [MOC] [WIP] The Command of the AT-AT

    To my knowledge, there has been only several (single digits) of walking AT-AT models made to date, and I am talkinng any kind of model, not just lego. Most 'motorized' AT-ATs work on similar principle as the past lego set, being able to poorly drag the feet and wobble forward and backward. The only model that actually performs well that I found is this one VIDEO It seems a lot is involved, maybe including active stabilization, or at least the mechanics of the motion has to be tweaked tremendously so it stays upright. That being said, I think that with current (and perhaps ultimate) limitations of Lego, properly walking motorized AT-AT is a dream. That, however, doesn't take away not even a slightest bit from my anticipation of this model! Summer is coming :D