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  1. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    Not like it wasn't confirmed multiple times before, but beautiful! You can see various parts of the build in that video!
  2. [LDD MOC] Stephenson's Rocket

    Sorry for the double post. This project was just approved and is now on the IDEAS platform! Project Link
  3. [LDD MOC] Stephenson's Rocket

    i'm aware of that. I was just being lazy and didn't bother to set the far side wheels properly because I hate using LDD's angle tools.
  4. [LDD MOC] Stephenson's Rocket

    PM if you'd like the .lxf file It's already awaiting approval
  5. [LDD MOC] Stephenson's Rocket

    Railway travel was the most common form of transportation for most of the 19th century. Not only was it sufficient for passenger trains, but it was convenient for goods trains as well. It helped to spread the power of many countries and greatly boost their economies. The winner of the Rainhill Trials, and one of the earliest steam locomotives ever built, Stephenson's Rocket, also simply known as Rocket, was built in 1829 by Robert Stephenson. It innovated steam locomotive design by only having a single pair of driving wheels, multiple boiler fire-tubes, a blastpipe, pistons directly connected to the driving wheels, a separate firebox, and more. Stephenson's Rocket beat out Novelty and Sans Pareil by achieveing the balance of power, speed, and reliability that the Liverpool and Manchester Railway was seeking. It served on the railway for a period of four years before working on the Brampton Railway. It was retired from service in 1862, and is today preserved at the Science Museum in London. A working replica was built in 1979 for the 150th anniversary of Rocket's construction. It is based currently in the National Railway Museum at York. The character of Stephen from Thomas & Friends is based off of this locomotive. This LEGO model is built as a mix of the original locomotive and the replica. It features the following 237 pieces Robert Stephenson & Driver minifigures Free-rolling wheels Working pistons Detachable tender Compatibility with standard LEGO track design I had a lot of dun designing this model and rendering it. Please comment and suggest ways I could improve the model! PM me if you're interested in obtaining the digital file so you can make changes for yourself and possible build this model in real life! Thank you.
  6. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    They've used that intro before on other videos. It's nothing new.
  7. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    Having a hard time seeing the relevance to 2017 set discussion here.
  8. [LDD MOC] Terence the Tractor

    "Adaptable. That's what my owner says I am. Go anywhere, do anything, that's me. You take my advice and scrap your rails. Broaden your outlook like me!" Based on a 1934 Caterpillar Model 70, Terence the Tractor is a character from the Thomas the Tank Engine series. The engines find his caterpillar tracks very unusual, but Terence is capable of proving that he does not need rails and that his tracks allow him to go practically anywhere. He takes any teasing in the name of fun and is happy to get on with his job, usually partaking in agricultural work. This LEGO model is 361 pieces and includes engine detailing, rotating eyes, and rotating wheels. PM me if you'd like the .lxf file!
  9. [WIP LDD MOC] Imperial Endor Bunker

    Here's an image from the back. Haven't started the instructions yet!
  10. [WIP LDD MOC] Imperial Endor Bunker

    Major BUMP. It's been close to 2 years since I've looked at this model, but thanks to @bataleon I remembered to open it up again and finish off what I started! This version is 808 pieces and features some new details on the satellite and bunker exterior. I redid the floor of the bunker's interior too and added 6 minifigures: two scout troopers, one Imperial officer, and three Imperial workers. All of the action features remain the same as last time.
  11. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    I'm surprised he's selling it for so cheap. You'd think someone would try to do 10x that.
  12. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    I think you're right. This one seems to go from 8 studs to 4 studs. That's very unfortunate. A wasted opportunity.
  13. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    Check where I've circled it
  14. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    Probably true, but rumours have put the part count in the range of 7000-8000 pieces, so it's definitely possible.