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  1. That was my first time seeing the video, super cool little hotrod. Looks very playable and great use of the parts given! How often do you do CModel?
  2. This is massive. Looks better than the cargo plane in my opinion!
  3. This came together much faster than I anticipated, it looks great! I was intruded by the very clean hood design and it's nice to see the rest of the truck followed suit! Very well done
  4. [MOC] Mitsubishi Pajero

    This is awesome I love the compact mechanics of it all! And the body looks great, the added bits like the bull bar really suit it
  5. I rebuilt it to check the instructions but I also wanted to redo the colour scheme for the golf livery in a proper blue white and orange. I also added a functioning steering wheel. This is an awesome little build and super fun to play with. And how could I pass up a few pictures with its little 911 brothers!
  6. Very cool and very aggressive. I love the pic with everything removed showing the cage, the body looks good too. Well done! Any chance of a video of this thing in operation down the line?
  7. Aesthetics and Technics

    But this has been going on for years and it's people doing what they want with a building system that encourages creativity. People build mocs because they want something that Lego doesn't offer. That doesn't mean they have to adhere to strict rules. Everyone here has there own ideals when it comes to Lego, some for pure functionality, some for a shelf full of mocs to display and the list goes on. I guess I'm just confused on why it's such a big deal. I say we encourage and help, not discriminate because they can't build the way you want them to. One of the things I love about eurobricks is its diversity, I get to see all sorts of wonderful, crazy creations all in one place!
  8. Aesthetics and Technics

    I love the internals, functions and playability just as much as the next but building a good looking body can be just as difficult as building a chassis. Yes with all these flashy cars you may not have the pure "in system" that Lego produces but that's the beauty of Lego. You can build whatever you like however you like and sometimes to get the right shapes you have to get creative. I guess all I'm saying is we should all just get along and work together, there's no sense in breaking up the group. Everyone has there own style, building techniques and knowledge of mechanics so trying to shun someone or some build because it looks better than it functions is a little ignorant to me. I think we all need to relax a little and try to find the beauty in all builds. Helping where we can, helping not tearing apart because it's not their style. That's just my two cents, there's plenty to see from phenomenal technical aspects to beautiful styled builds. But to try and tear this awesome forum apart would be a shame. We should all be able to jump through to something we like in the first few pages and see a load of inspirational posts from people's works and efforts, regardless of the build.
  9. Thanks, it was a fun afternoon build for the two of us so we're happy it panned out. Glad you like it. Thanks, the mudguard was too perfect to pass up. It's a great set but as @Lox Lego mentioned it's a very odd set for both colours and singular pieces but I think if it was redone in in solid colours it would be better.
  10. Porsche Carrera GT

    Very well done, everything looks to be in place and it's scaled very nicely. I'm curious about the suspension, I'd love to see some more detailed shots of if. killer build.
  11. Liebherr LR 11000

    This is on a whole other level of massive, the fact that it can move itself around let alone a chair is unreal. I love the insane level of detail and it all functions..... Incredible
  12. Leopard 4x4

    I'm not sure if I'm the biggest fan of the colours or bodywork but that chassis is something mean it seems..... Very aggressive and a very cool offroader
  13. 1977 Chevy Van G10

    This is great, not sure how you're supposed to drive when the seat touches the wheel . Other than that though this thing is awesome, very clever build at such a small scale.