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  1. Sorry for necroing this post but I was away for two weeks on holiday without any wifi *huh* so I couldn't reply.

    Looks great. I have to admit I completely forgot about this vehicle until I saw the model when it was instantly recognisable and it all came back to me (haven't played Star Wars: Empire at War for a very long time now).

    Always reminds me of a frog...

    Haha I never forgot about this one, though I did question why the empire didn't use them on Hoth :tongue:

    Ah, yes, the AT-AA, the bane of existence for all those pesky snowspeeders—fantastic work!

    How many pieces does it have and would the limbs be able to support the walker?

    1914 pieces in total, and I hope it can support the walker :iamded_lol:

    Great MOC, do you have the instructions put up anywhere?

    Here's a link to the wookiepedia page for anyone who wants to see the in film model. http://starwars.wiki...n_Anti-Aircraft

    Yeah I'm selling the LDD files in my BrickLink Store: http://www.bricklink...itemID=98989899

    Nice build, I really like the interior.

    The interior detail is very good :classic: Nice work on it as a whole. Now it just needs some lasers firing out of it!

    Yeah I always try to give it a special touch, just like I did with my TIE-Bomber!

  2. There is a setting called bucket which you put in just before system image block in .sc file. SunFlow wiki/documentation says that "A larger bucket size means more RAM usage and less time rendering." That's all I can find. There's a decent chance that Msx40 can tell you a bit more about RAM usage. ;)

    Yeah can't find it in the .sc file, I'll try and look something up in the .jars maybe I can find something there myself.

  3. I return again, now with backup for the Imperial troops and maybe this time the Rebels won't succeed in taking down AT-AT's


    The All Terrain Anti-Aircraft is making it's entrance on the battlefield with guns blazing, these low profile walkers serverd the sole purpose of defending armor columns against aerial threats.

    Because of this it's outfitted with a single flak pod on the roof of the walker, which can fire multiple ordnances like concussion missiles.


    Here you can see the side view of my AT-AA Design.


    A closer view on the Turret mounted on top that can be aimed at almost every threat possible.


    Here you see the back with some exhausts and a ramp that gives acces to the insides of the walker.


    And the ramp can be seen extended here, it actually can be used, so not only for show.


    And as last but not least the insides of the AT-AA, on the bottem right you can see equipment racks. And in the cockpit you can see both the chairs of the driver and the gunner, with my characteristic cockpit design.

    This MOC can be bought in my BrickLink store, so be sure to take a look if you want to support me!

    BrickLink: http://www.bricklink.com/store.asp?p=Volt_Bricks&itemID=98989899

    I wish you all a great summer!

  4. Nice one. I really like it!

    Nice one!

    Out of all sets I'm surprised Lego haven't done a second version of the tie bomber. Great mock thou

    Good MOC given the original Lego one is so overdue an overhaul.

    Thank you all for your positive words :D

    And thank you for your support if you supported :)

  5. Hello everyone,

    A couple months ago I posted my TIE-Bomber MOC, but now I've decided to put it on LEGO Ideas.

    Because I didn't want to necro my old post I decided to go a head and make a new topic, for those who haven't seen the original I've put a short summary and all the pictures below.

    If you would like to support my project click this link: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/141973


    Front view of the build (Cockpit windscreen needs to be the special TIE-Variant).


    Top view of the build, I decided to go with just a little greebling on the top.


    Back view of the build, the Twin Ion Engines came out pretty good.


    Inside the cockpit, there is room for both the pilot and the gunner.


    And lastely a size comparison between the official TIE-Fighter set and my TIE-Bomber.

  6. Decided to design a droideka, though the Mk I seemed to be done a lot, the Mk II hasn't!



    Like the Mk I the Mk II was still very vulnerable when it was moving, though when deployed it was far more lethal!

    Not only difference in appearence compared to previous types, it had very different capabilities.

    Being able to switch between high fire rate blaster cannons, and powerful ion cannons,

    these droidekas where very capable in taking out both infantry and vehicles.

    Still using a built in shield generator, made defeating these Droidekas very hard.


    This is how it looks from the back


    A size comparison to a B1 Battle droid

    Not as impressive as some of my larger builds, but it looks a lot like the real thing.

    And yes I know the "feet/claws" are quite off but these are temporary because the real ones couldn't be rendered.

    And I "suspect" it is very well capable to roll up as a ball... kinda.

    Please leave your thoughts down below.