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  1. Graupensuppe

    [MOC] Separatist Mankvim-814 Interceptor

    Actually it's built in LDD. If you PM me an email address I can send you the file.
  2. Graupensuppe

    What happened to Brickshelf?

    Bummer... I still wanted to download so many files from the "Official sets made in LDD" thread...
  3. Graupensuppe

    Future Star Wars Sets

    With how popular the clone wars era is, I'm surprised how many vehicles of the clone and droid army have yet to be made as official sets. Octuptarra Magna Tri Droid, Crab Droid, C-9979 landing craft, Lucrehulk class (droid control ship, core ship, and battleship), Diamond class, Hardcell class, Invisible Hand, Mankvim-814 interceptor, Recusant class, Munificent class, Acclamator class, SPHA-T, three different types of Load Lifter droids, Coruscant Fire Ship, UT-AT, High-Altitude Entry Transport 221... And that's only the ones from the movies! I think the Crab droid and load lifter droids would be great builds for battle packs, while the Diamond class, Lucrehulk core ship, C-9979, and Fire Ship could be made as Microfighters (with Shu Mai, Nute Gunray's aide, Tey How, and a Coruscant firefighter as minifigures). The Octuptarra, Hardcell class, Mankvim-814, SPHA-T, UT-AT, and HAET-221 should be regular sets. And the Invisible Hand would make a great UCS set.
  4. Ah, I never noticed the resemblance before. Though bolder lines and shading could be just a stylistic choice. The lower edge of the breastplate is shaded like that as well, even though its shape and position are clearly based on the movie version. It would be a pretty weird decision to incorporate a detail of the animated phase one armor into what's otherwise a depiction of realistic phase two armor.
  5. This one? It looked entirely movie-based to me; what details would you say are based on the TCW armor?
  6. Realistic, Phase 1, version A (2002-2003; first introduced with the original AotC wave) Realistic, Phase 2, version A (2005-2008; first introduced with the original RotS wave) Realistic, Phase 2, version B (2010; Palpatine's Shuttle, Swamp Speeder, ARC-170) Realistic, Phase 1, version C (2013-2018; first introduced with the 2013 AotC wave) Realistic, Phase 2, version C (2014-2019; first introduced with the 2014 RotS wave) Animated, Phase 1, version Z (2008-2012; first introduced with the TCW movie wave) Animated, Phase 2, version Z (2013-2014; used in TCW season 4 and 5 sets) Animated, Phase 2, version Y (2016; only in the Rebels AT-TE) Animated, Phase 2, version X (2020-?; used in the 2020 TCW and RotS sets) That's how I'd classify them.
  7. I still can't get over how much worse new helmet and torso prints look compared to the 2013-2019 style...
  8. I think the cheek lines wouldn't have been necessary. Their actual face looks a bit rounder. But the skin color and the neutral expression nevertheless make it the first truly good face for clones. If Lego hadn't made the torso prints less accurate, this face would totally make me buy some of the summer sets.
  9. Graupensuppe

    [MOC] Uncle Scrooge's Money Bin

    Looks great. I wish Lego wouldn't just focus on the Disney cartoons but also release sets and minifigures based on the comics, for us European fans.
  10. I see four possibilities: 1. Endor rebels (like in the 2015 version) 2. Luke and Vader (like in the 2010 UCS version) 3. Palpatine, his guards, Vader, maybe stormtroopers (like in the 2001 and 2005 versions) 4. Rogue One Vader, stormtroopers, and a scared rebel trooper with the Death Star plans Since Rogue One is pretty well liked I'd say the last option is within the realm of possibility, but I think it's more likely to be based on Palpatine's arrival scene.
  11. Graupensuppe

    [MOC] General Grievous' Belbullab-22 Starfighter

    I just built a mockup of the relevant section from real bricks - Grievous fits if either the yoke is removed or the seat is slightly changed.
  12. Graupensuppe

    [MOC] General Grievous' Belbullab-22 Starfighter

    I'm not sure. In LDD his feet seemed to be too wide, but in real bricks it might work.
  13. 347 pieces. Belbullab-22 and Mankvim-814 starfighters:
  14. That's the worst thing about this wave for me. Actually, not only about this wave, because they're probably going use this style for another few years...
  15. That would make sense, since the 2010 version is currently the most wanted SW set on Brickset.