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  1. AWproductions

    [MOC] Nebulon-b Escort Frigate

    Thanks!
  2. AWproductions

    [MOC] Nebulon-b Escort Frigate

    Thanks!
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    [MOC] AT-ST (Updated)

    This is my second version ATST MOC. Its in mini-figure scale, and has every detail I could Pack in at this scale. While designing this I aimed for two things: show as little studs as possible, and full movie accuracy. I haven't seen any other mocs that meet both my goals as well as this one and I am very happy with how it turned out.The build is sturdy and well built for playability. It also has movable joints that can be adjusted for different poses. The head can rotate AND turn, something that I haven't seen in any other mocs. The hatch opens, and it comes with a full interior as well:The part where the head connects to the legs is one of my favorite parts because it was a challenge to design:I have built this, but I dont have all the parts at home so i had to make a couple pretty obvious substitutions, but its the same insides holding it together. If you would like to buy the instructions, They are for sale here: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-42118/AWproductions/at-st-movie-accurate/#comments
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    At-St (Movie Accurate)

    All right i updated it on the rebrickable page here. I will update or make a new post on here soon
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    [MOC] Nebulon-b Escort Frigate

    The instructions are done! View them here :https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-41937/AWproductions/nebulon-b-escort-frigate/?inventory=1#info
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    At-St (Movie Accurate)

    I added pictures to the original post of my prototype. The joints are different. Do you guys thing i should change it to be like my prototype build and update it or leave it how it is?
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    [MOC] Nebulon-b Escort Frigate

    Oh lol Im dumb for the engine thing. I can easily add two more engines with out even needing to change anything. But yeah I will try to build it until I run out of pieces.
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    [MOC] Nebulon-b Escort Frigate

    I built a little prototype of this out of physical bricks when designing it and its surprisingly more than enough to hold it up. And according to stud.io that part is made in that color and its only $0.25 ish so not too expensive. I will try to build it, at least the structure, but I dont have all the parts for the exterior so i might need to make substitutions and it wont be the same. Thank you for the feedback though!
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    [MOC] Nebulon-b Escort Frigate

    Thank you! And i’ll look into the sizing on that.
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    [MOC] Nebulon-b Escort Frigate

    About 3 years ago, I made a Nebulon-b out of parts I had at my house, and really liked it. People were asking me for instructions to buy it, and I didnt have any. Now, three years later, I have finally gotten around to upgrading it and making instructions. With that being said, here is my new and improved Nebulon-b Escort Frigate:I built this with the main goal of making it movie accurate, sturdy, good for display, but most of all, CHEAP! All of the 1895 pieces will cost you about $190 to order through bricklink, which is less than many other mocs Ive seen that can be very expensive. This was very fun to build, and way better than my old model. Disclaimer: I have not built this version out of physical bricks, and am planning to buy it for myself once I gain enough money to buy the parts myself. The point is, the inside structure is almost identical to my old one, and it is sturdy. The stand will be enough to hold it up.I did not include an interior, but there is enough space in the main part under the antennas for two minifigs sitting down. It can easily be decorated if you are into interiors in your models.The ship looks good from all angels and has a little unfilled space which you can barely see. Here are the rest of the images: The moc is now For Sale at: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-41937/AWproductions/nebulon-b-escort-frigate/?inventory=1#info Here is the link to my old model that I built if anybody is interested: https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/150019-moc-nebulon-b-escort-frigate/
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    At-St (Movie Accurate)

    okay thanks for the advice! Ill add it pictures of it soon!
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    At-St (Movie Accurate)

    i originally designed it out of legos i have in my house. It is functionally the exact same design, but the one i posted here has extra parts for aesthetics that i didnt have at home. Therefore, i can say that it is sturdy since i used the same mechanisms to hold it together. It will not change shape or fall apart while you are handling it, like i have seen in other mocs. But, I have not built this version physically, so I cannot say with 100% certainty without lying that it will be the same. And I am not TRYING to sell the instructions. I AM SELLING the instructions. People are buying it, which shows you are in the minority with your opinion. Lastly, I dont know how you've never heard of this, but many people that are on a budget design something first. And then once they have earned enough money through sales of the instructions they buy it for them selves. Its a quite common practice and many people do it. Thank you, I will look into it.
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    At-St (Movie Accurate)

    Yeah i agree with you about the stand. I haven't built this one yet, i just designed it on stud.io. I based it off of one i built with my own pieces at home though. The one i built cant stand on its own, but in this one i put in the big round joint pieces in the corner of the "L" shape in the leg which should be able to support the weight.
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    At-St (Movie Accurate)

    This is my ATST MOC. It has 597 pieces, is in mini-figure scale, and has every detail I could Pack in at this scale. While designing this I aimed for two things: show as little studs as possible, and full movie accuracy. I haven't seen any other mocs that meet both my goals as well as this one and I am very happy with how it turned out. The build is sturdy and well built for playability. It also has movable joints that can be adjusted for different poses. The head can rotate AND turn, something that I haven't seen in any other mocs. The hatch opens, and it comes with a full interior as well:The part where the head connects to the legs is one of my favorite parts because it was a challenge to design:The legs were also interesting to build because having them skinny and still movie accurate was hard.And the neck joint was probably the hardest to figure out because i had to make it rotate and turn, like shown :Here is an image of the bottom and right side:It also comes with a stand to help support it. The stand can rotate and turn to adjust to any angle you might pose it in: Here is a picture of the prototype i built. I dont have all the pieces needed at home, so it looks a little rough. But, some people requested to see it so here it is! This MOC is for sale. You can buy the instructions on: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-41267/AWproductions/at-st-movie-accurate/?inventory=1#comments
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    [MOC] [Instructions] UCS Zeta-class cargo shuttle

    This is great. I would buy if I actually had money??