mihao

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  1. I am really glad to know that you’ve finished building it, my instructions work! I understand your challenge of building it with big hands, because my hands are big too. But what fun it has if everything comes easy? Anyway, I still hope you enjoy the building process. Appreciate if you can post your build pictures in your social network, such as Facebook, to help me collect some new supports for my Lego idea project below: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/a8ee33fb-e39e-4139-bd94-a6f0eda9dbf7/updates#content_nav_tabs Thanks!
  2. Just shared with you. Thank you for your support!
  3. Yes, I'd love to share, (you got it now.) and I can't wait what an Azure version will look like. I don't think an open top is possible because the car top is actually the pillar to hold the windshield, without the top, the winshield will fall, unless you can find the different way to do the windshield.
  4. Thanks for you support! I feel greatly flattered at your compliment. I personally love to create RC cars in this scale, it is big enough to add a lot of details and also small enough for running fast. The current shape is the result of many iterations. My secret is, in the earlier iterations, I like to take off my glasses and check the model from distance, I won't see it very clearly, but if it still looks good, it means the shape is ok to move on to the next level of detail, otherwise, need to re-do this level. The roof is tricky, I had to change the curve from time to time to make it right. And the windshield is the hardest, I am glad that I finally find a way to attach it to the body while the connection is still a VALID Lego connection. (verified with LDD, and it snaps!)
  5. Think it again, I assume the main purpose of the gear box is to connect the fake engine and the rear wheels, I feel like that if you make it small enough, it can possible fit. That seems to be cool just by imagining it. Just shared to both of you.
  6. Shared, also wondering how the v8 looks on this Lambo. Thanks.
  7. you got it. Happy building! I have to agree with you on both, and thank for your support.
  8. Totally understand your point here, but I think it is ok. Reaching 10K supporter is a really long way to go, (I don't have patience to wait honestly,) let alone the small chance that Lego decides to release it. Moreover, it feels good to share things with people. :)
  9. Thank you for your support! Google photo only allows me to share my private album through an email address, and I don't know any other way around. Do you think you can create another email address, such as gmail, and use it to receive the share? (Sorry I don't plan to make my instruction public to avoid someone from monetize it, which will violate the Lego ideas rules.) I think that the reason it didn't get many attention is that I posted it in the wrong place at the beginning, About 2 weeks later, I realized that, and ask some moderator to move it here. Thanks for your support! Thanks. I can share the instruction if you provide me an email address. Thank you for your support!
  10. Thanks for supporting me. Could you provide me your email address here or in a message? So I can share the google photo album with you.
  11. Thank you for your support! Actually, I have been improving the design for a while since I created the Lego Ideas project, and it runs even faster than what the video shows, and sturdier.