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  1. Okay, thanks (for the answer and the instructions). Will have a bash at redoing mine as the split in half bit always bugged me but I never seemed to find the time to do anything constructive about it.
  2. @Taladril I don't suppose you have a list of the part difference between your version and the original?
  3. I'm a bit wary of buying used as some people's interpretation of condition differs greatly from mine. White parts are always new and even then you can get variances. The only time I don't worry about it (too much) are for internal technic frames that can't be seen or if it's a rare part that's nigh on impossible to get hold of new. For K-2S0, I brought virtually all the parts new (the only exception was for part 41680 which I couldn't get new from the UK). The droid looks great, despite being all shiny, as there's enough colour texture built into the body to show the worn aspect of K2. From my point of view, the stickered bits definitely needed new parts, especially the 2x2 slopes round the arm sockets and part x224 used for the shoulder plates (the slopes already have a rough surface and the shoulder plate stickers have to be wrapped around the 3 sections of the windscreen).
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    Bricklink functions do not work - editing wanted list

    @LateralusArt From personal experience, the "only one item / colour combination is allowed per wanted list" usually crops up if a part number you are trying to change already exists in that colour/ part combination. (It won't, for example let you change Red 2x2's into Black 2x2's if the wanted list already contains Black 2x2's) If you do a "sort by item number" so all the same part type are grouped together you should be able to alleviate the problem by increasing the colour/part you want (by tapping on the screen where the want/have count is) then deleting the colour that you were trying to change/no longer want.
  5. I wasn't sure if the original MOC page was going to be updated or if a new page was going to be assigned for the updated version hence the reason I asked. If the original page was just updated there would be no second build page to compare it to. If a new page is going to be created then that's a bonus and that will make it a hell of lot easier to decipher what's what.
  6. @Cjd223 when this is all finished is there any chance of there being a comparison sheet against the old parts list? I ask as I've been slowly obtaining the parts for this (from the Rebrickable parts list) and it would be handy to know what extra bits I need on top of the original parts list.
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    Ninjago Mechs - Alternative Build Space Racers

    @Jerry McGlade, thanks for that. Had another go at a Ninjago alternative build spaceship in the same sort of style but it wasn't a mech this time. #70735 Ronin R.E.X. I found this one a lot harder to make into something else as the cockpit screen is huge. Went for a two seater cockpit in the end so the pilots wouldn't raffle about in a huge empty space.
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    Ninjago Mechs - Alternative Build Space Racers

    @pombe, my apologies for the crappy photography. My 'set up' relies on white card on top of the kitchen cooker (I really don't have a lot of space in my place) and I do intend on getting a proper lighting box at some point in the future when other things become less essential. Thanks for the kind words on the model though. Muchly appreciated.
  9. Evening all, First up, if this is in the wrong place, I apologise and feel free to move it to the correct category. This is my first time posting a MOC as I generally build sets from varying themes or spend time Bricklinking large Star Wars MOCs that other people have designed. Because of this I generally spend most of my time lurking around in the Star Wars forums looking at what others come up with instead of broadening my horizons with other stuff. Due to very limited space constraints I generally have to build a set, display it for a bit then disassemble, bag up and store. This build started out life as a bog standard #70615 Ninjago Movie Fire Mech and everything on it came out from the parts in that set. It was whilst the disassembly bit with the Fire Mech that I got to thinking how many cool parts the set had in it and started to wonder what I could come up with to build from the dark recesses of my limited imagination. The mech itself had already got me thinking about the old puppet show Starfleet with the big red mech in and this then meandered into the style of ships these old shows had which in turn started me building. Not sure that I entirely got to the finished style I wanted, but pleased with the result nonetheless. So without further ado, my first ever large(ish) MOC. (And the second one below) Full on top view The bit no one sees. Head on Side View The back end (would have liked to tart this up a bit but ran out of small pieces that would work) So there it is, be gentle but comments and criticism welcome. Updated Edit, After finishing the first build above I set about disassembling #70613 - Garma Mecha Man and decided to try the same sort of thing and add it to this thread instead of starting a new one. Once again, this is using only parts that come in the set itself. The Top. The Bottom Front End. Back End Side View. This time I will apologise in advance for the rubbish photography as I still don't have a proper set up to take pictures.
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    Abit of help identifying 2 pieces

    The blue fighter appears to be set #9442 from the Ninjago range. Jay's Storm Fighter
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    75252 Imperial Star Destroyer HELP PLEASE!!!!!

    @lowlead, at least you've built it so have more insight than I do. I was just guessing.
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    75252 Imperial Star Destroyer HELP PLEASE!!!!!

    First up, I haven't built the set so anything at this point is going to be purely speculative based on the instructions and what you've said in your post. Firstly, I wouldn't worry about the designer video as he has it built as separate modules for ease of construction on the video and I would imagine the designer has had the build put together and pulled apart more times than he cares to mention so probably has more insight than most as to short cuts to take when building. As for you question, from looking at the instructions, have you double checked the spacing on the two end builds of the middle support strut to make sure that the gapping in between the technic beams and the plates that hold the right angled end plates is correct? If this is out on one of the ends this may cause the problems your dealing with as it may have meant the black hinges are in slightly the wrong place which in turn could possibly bend the support strut when the bottom rear panel is fitted which could mean the top one won't fit without undue stress. Also you mentioned two of the four hinges popped out. Shouldn't it be connected by six hinge plates (two on either end of the support strut and two in the middle hinged small panel which is connected to the bottom large panel)? As I said, haven't built the model myself so this is purely guess work but from stuff I have built, if a section appears to be over stressed in any way, I've usually made a small error somewhere. Hope you get your issue sorted even if this doesn't help.
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    SB00401 K-PROJECT (MOC K-2so UCS)

    Seriously impressive. Definitely one to build when instructions become available. Love it, your best yet IMO (and the others were exceptional).