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About HamdenKid

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  • Which LEGO set did you recently purchase or build?
    UCS Slave One

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  1. HamdenKid

    UCS Slave 1 mod

    Thank you for your thoughts @krisandkris12! One quick question, what program do most people use to build Legos online? I tried mecabricks and I couldn’t get it to work very well
  2. HamdenKid

    UCS Slave 1 mod

    What do you think of brick vault’s version?
  3. HamdenKid

    What's your recent LEGO Star Wars Purchase?

    I’d probably say it’s a scam because they are so cheap, new, and aren’t many reviews on them. If it’s legit I would probably get one of everything! I’m looking a bit more and the UCS Millenium Falcon is $99.99... it’s definitely fake. http://bricksmaze.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_20_21&products_id=728
  4. HamdenKid

    UCS Slave 1 mod

    So do you think it would have been better to just leave it as it was?
  5. HamdenKid

    UCS Slave 1 mod

    I figured it out! people are just that speechless after they saw my mods!
  6. This is amazing! I wish I had the patience/ money to make a moc like this. Your work is phenomenal!
  7. HamdenKid

    UCS Slave 1 mod

    Here you gostevej! I hope this helps if you have questions don't be afraid to ask!
  8. HamdenKid

    UCS Slave 1 mod

    I know where you're coming from, I don’t really like how they’re shaped either but I’m not really sure how to do it any other way. I do think it’s better than the original Lego set though. If you have suggestions I’d love to hear/see them! Thank you for the kind words about the pictures I this is really my first time taking pictures of a lego set and I’m really happy with the results of those!
  9. HamdenKid

    UCS Slave 1 mod

    Thank you so much for showing interest! I can definitely explain how I put the lights together (I did have to drill a few Legos unfortunately) I just didn’t want to invest the time if nobody was going to use it. I can try to edit this post to show how I did it by tomorrow
  10. HamdenKid

    Review: 75230 Porg

    I totally agree, one of my least favorite Star Wars sets
  11. HamdenKid

    What's your recent LEGO Star Wars Purchase?

    I just got the UCS Slave One and modded it to make it more accurate to the movie. I did a post on it yesterday
  12. HamdenKid

    UCS Slave 1 mod

    Don't everyone talk at once
  13. Great job! I love your building style
  14. HamdenKid

    [MOC] The Empire Over Jedha City

    This honestly might be one of my most favorite mocs ever. Great job!
  15. HamdenKid

    UCS Slave 1 mod

    I'm not sure if I'm doing this right but here it goes! I thought this was a great set as it was but especially around the wings didn't seem accurate to the movie so I decided to change it. This is my first Lego mod or post on this website. This is my UCS Slave One I just got for my birthday a month ago I wasn't planning on modding it but I couldn't resist. I got some of my inspiration from Brick Vault on YouTube and also some other pictures on the internet, but Lego UCS Slave One mods are so hard to find so I decided to make this just in case anyone else wants to mod theirs. Thank you for the anti-droop idea ArchieNov. I'll be happy to make a more detailed walkthrough if anyone is interested. I used $3.00 string lights from Walmart for the lights. I also modded the "wheel wells" and added more detail. I had to make a Brick Link order for most of the pieces though. And I do realize that the wings do droop, that is from the brown beams. Right now I only have 1x1 with studs on all the sides inside the brown 1x4s so if anyone has any better ideas I am open to suggestions! Constructive criticism is appreciated. more pictures here https://www.flickr.com/photos/142765447@N05/shares/20Yo23 The battery pack is a tight fit but luckily it stays in place without anything holding it I used a little dab of hot glue to hold the lights in place Unfortunately I did have to cut and drill through some Legos but you can't tell once it's put together I put some electrical tape on the string lights I wasn't using because I didn't want the inside of the ship lighting up