Mr Ogel

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  1. Mr Ogel

    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    this is now leading to the statement R.I.P. - rest in pieces...
  2. Mr Ogel

    what do you call your lego city/ names for lego city?

    Snottersshed Moccersbead
  3. Mr Ogel

    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    good news arrived from newelementary
  4. just make a proper, relaible stand with 18 pieces...instead of the 1*1 bricks take plates and a 3*3 plate with 1*1 tiles as a base... Okay- that's more supporting the importance of being a superweapon than the ship Or you can add a crushed sun instead like the famous Alderaan set
  5. Mr Ogel

    Need help with Tiplar purist custom

    I googled the custom figure which is pretty nice but sold out...sorry to hear that DHL is not delivering to Mos Eisley yet ... What about 4 times "Tile, Modified 1 x 2 Grille with Bottom Groove / Lip" - mounted on a "Brick, Modified 1 x 1 with Studs on 4 Sides" - ? Even mounted on a "Bar 1L with Angled Hollow Stud" ? So you can get an angle for the "hair"? Or Footgear flipper or a crown?
  6. doemstically? One month? Must be SLOWenia...
  7. Mr Ogel

    [MOC] Play-Scale B-Wing Fighter

    maybe remnants from rendering - should not be related to the real brick itself
  8. Mr Ogel

    (MOC) - Cavegod's UCS Sandcrawler

    yes, there are discrepancies - I had "some" pieces left after finishing it. Please let me know if you need the parts list
  9. Mr Ogel

    [MOC] "Gold 5" BTL-A4 Y-Wing

    sure, look at Jerac's Razor Crest - swooshable without almost any technic bricks. When you build it in real life and it is sturdy enough you can check what you can take away again without risking stability
  10. Mr Ogel

    [MOC] "Gold 5" BTL-A4 Y-Wing

    When you compare your MOC with the offical set 75181 you can see that their connection without greebling is 5 plates high with technic bricks in the middle and additional support below by plates with pin hole 2444. As your engine would have a similar weight two plates for the connection will not be enough. Maybe 4 plates can make it but I would say if you use liftarms or better technic bricks you can attach the greebling directly to the technic bricks.
  11. Mr Ogel

    [MOC] "Gold 5" BTL-A4 Y-Wing

    nice piece of work - well done greeblings and very good overall design! I simply would try either or to replace the yellow wedge plates. On such bigger models built in real life such small deviations are neglectable and will by anyway only noticed by some true nerds if at all. The connection from body to the engines look also a little thicker on the pictures. For stability reasons it would be good to incorporate maybe two liftarms in each connecting part?
  12. Mr Ogel

    SB00301 B-PROJECT (MOC Resistance Bomber UCS)

    please try to replace it with 70904 in the xml Belt Large (Round Cross Section) - Approx. 4 x 4&category=[Rubber Band & Belt]#T=S&O={"iconly":0}
  13. Mr Ogel

    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    yes, it was this one. We also had the discussion here around page 200 - don't know exactly where
  14. Mr Ogel

    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    Now 930 new parts are listed on brickset - so bad they cannot be ordered yet...
  15. here an (actually not such) fast build for the lattice -and the bottle is full -1,5kg. The diagonal liftarms need to be in both directions. I connected the orange liftarms with perpendicular liftarms The diagonal liftarms I did with nine long liftarms put on a triangle with 5-5-7, better would be 3-4-5 of course, than you have also a little more space, too. My first post with pictures - I hope that works