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    [MOC] Starkiller Base Assemblage

    "While secretly supporting the treachery of the LOATHsome RrRrRrRresistance!"They must've had to use CGI to touch up all the parts of the set that Dominic Gleason had chewed on. Great job, kylosuperfan! I really like this fierce machine which you have built!
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    Incom-FreiTek T-70 X-Wing

    Studless, smooth, DNOB (dents not on bottom)?, whatever, yes.
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    Incom-FreiTek T-70 X-Wing

    Lovely! Put me down as someone else who'd love to see the LDD. Would it be possible to make the lower wings a little more SNOT with these guys?
  4. As with jameseilers, my problem is that I've been building an LDD model based on the instructions that you just linked and the program is refusing to make some of the connections. Obviously bbqqq got around those problems, and I'd like to figure out how.
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    REVIEW: 75104 Kylo Ren's Command Shuttle

    Yeah, the Cross-Sections book has a full two-page spread dedicated to a ship that appears on-screen as a dot on the horizon for three seconds then explodes. I'm not kidding. That's how short they were on material.
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    [MOC] TIE-Raider

    Get out. Just kidding. That looks great! Do you have any instructions?
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    REVIEW: 75104 Kylo Ren's Command Shuttle

    I'm not a hater, but I know I'd be more easily swayed to purchase if the wings were fixed but the colours were still wrong. I can Bricklink black pieces more easily that I can redesign a wing mechanism. Other people obviously don't have that problem.
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    [LDD] [MOC] T-70 X-Wing

    It can also shoot energy beams and fly. Some things just aren't going to be possible.
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    [LDD] [MOC] T-70 X-Wing

    Wow, I honestly thought that it couldn't be done! Great work! On my Loose Parts Watch, your changes to the nose dislodged the pilot's console. It's an easy fix, though. Simply remove the highlighted parts and replace them with the assembly shown, which is just a 2x2 plate on top of a 2x2 brick: There are also those parts you set off to the side, but I'm assuming that they're over there for a reason. One thing I noticed while I was messing with your design is this detail around the Psiaki wing mechanism you added: I'm not familiar with the mechanism, so I hope you don't mind if I ask, is that enough clearance for them to open?
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    [MOC] Upsilon-class command shuttle

    That's magnificent! It's too big and too static for my tastes, but it's a marvelous piece of engineering. It depends on what you're looking for, doesn't it?
  11. Great stuff! If only I was better at reverse-engineering...
  12. As Female Extra #15, I guess. Nobody important though.
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    MIDI-Scale Invisible Hand and Venator

    Those all sound like great reasons. I'm prepared to be patient! While I don't want to get into an argument, I'd like to point out that having tried both LDD and MLCad, one of them was instantly easy to pick up and use, and the other one was beyond unintuitive and comparatively 'clunky and vintage'.What I'm saying is that, to an expert, MLCad may seem sleek and amazing, but to the average person you may as well be dropping them into the cockpit of a Jumbo Jet, slapping them on the back, and telling them that you'll see them in Manila in a few hours. As for the tutorials... Jumbo Jets come with instruction manuals too. You basically need instruction manuals just to understand the instruction manuals.
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    MIDI-Scale Invisible Hand and Venator

    I can't get the hang of LDraw either. Luckily, while LDD instructions can be counterintuitive and sometimes hilarious (I think I'm supposed to be an octopus with the power of telekinesis), they've always sufficed for me.