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About Rubblemaker

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    Star Wars
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    UCS Millenium Falcon 75192

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    Lego, Astronomy, Playing bass


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  1. Rubblemaker

    [MOC] 010

    This is 010. A bio-augmented hunter with a ton of attitude. He was quite the challenge to create because I'm not used to making brick built figures, I usually do spaceships, but a change is good sometimes. If you want to see more of him, check out his full album here:
  2. Rubblemaker

    NEBULON-B Escort Frigate, 81cm long, 2593 pieces

    Yes, in fact I've considered making the whole rebel fleet to scale with it. Which is very likely what I'll be doing next. :)
  3. Rubblemaker

    NEBULON-B Escort Frigate, 81cm long, 2593 pieces

    Ah yes. Available display space. The achilles heel of every LEGO enthusiast the world over. Well I can’t help you with that I’m afraid. But I can help with the cost because mine costs a lot less to build than the UCS ISD retails for. Also, here’s another picture of it. Because, reasons:
  4. Rubblemaker

    NEBULON-B Escort Frigate, 81cm long, 2593 pieces

    😄 I created it to only cost as much as ‘non-essential organs’ so it’s good to know that worked. 😂👍
  5. Rubblemaker

    NEBULON-B Escort Frigate, 81cm long, 2593 pieces

    I don’t think, as of yet, Brickvault or 2mpaired have published the actual dimensions of his amazing version. And I don’t recall him telling me the size at any point (I speak to him on Instagram sometimes) however I’ve done a quick assessment and if we look at a common feature of both, which is the long black strip along the ground that connects the front and back stands. By counting the tiles I can see his is 82-84 studs long whilst mine is 58 studs long. I can’t really tell you exactly how that will translate to the overall dimensions of his build but for sure mine is significantly less pieces, and smaller overall of course (though it still has a pretty hefty footprint taking up an entire shelf of a large IKEA unit I use to display on). Which it was always meant to be. Mine is created for builders who would like a large, highly detailed and super accurate, yet still very affordable Nebulon B. This influenced the usage of only common pieces throughout as well. I wanted as many people as possible to be able to build it. Thanks. That’s really nice to hear. When you spend weeks/months of your life pouring your heart and soul (and sanity) into something, it’s great to hear that people appreciate the final product.
  6. Rubblemaker

    [Moc] STOP WARS!

    Ha! This is great! Nice job. 😄
  7. Rubblemaker

    NEBULON-B Escort Frigate, 81cm long, 2593 pieces

    Thanks. I really should take some close ups of that little fella, Thanks very much. That’s a really nice thing to say. Much appreciated :) Thank you. It was a bit of a milestone build actually where I realised I either had to do my best to do it properly or not do it at all. Which was where the whole ‘matching to blueprints and screenshots’ came from. First time I’ve really tried to do a moc to that level of accuracy. But it won’t be the last.
  8. Please excuse my mugshot in this post but a banana for scale just wasn't cutting it. I've just completed work on a pretty big Nebulon-B. A re-make of a midi scale version of the ship I created 3 years ago. Unlike that one however, for this model I matched it to blueprints and screenshots every step of the design and build process (see final image below). The Nebulon-B turns out to be a far sleeker and streamlined ship than it appears to be at first glance. Hopefully I've captured some of that with my build. Instructions are available on Rebrickable here: Full album can be found on Flickr here: Thanks for looking. :)
  9. Rubblemaker

    [MOC] NCSPD Dreadnought

    Thanks 😊. A lot of people have commented on the snowspeeder aesthetics. Kind of wish I'd made more of that now! 😁
  10. Rubblemaker

    [MOC] NCSPD Dreadnought

    You have a very good memory! These are indeed the engines from my podracer moc, though I’ve modified them in several places so it wasn’t just taking them off that moc and sticking them onto this one. But I just couldn’t bring myself to dismantle them yet. They fit too well with the idea I had for this ship 😁
  11. Rubblemaker

    [MOC] NCSPD Dreadnought

    The future of law enforcement. Don't mess with the Classic Space Police Force! Full album: Or come find me on Instagram: @rubblemaker_lego. Thanks for looking.
  12. Rubblemaker

    Classic Space Lunar Death Race

    Good eye, the Neo Classic Space craft started life as a pod racer. But I thought it looked much funnier to just stick the engines directly onto the side of it.
  13. Rubblemaker

    Classic Space Lunar Death Race

    Thanks. Photoshop for the background, plus several different photographic elements combined (sparks, smoke, shadows etc..) The models were both shot together lit brightly from one side in a pitch black room, so they would cast shadows on each other. Hell yeah! He’s flying a ship with Zargonian SuperCruiser engines strapped to the side of it. He can outrun these fiends!
  14. Rubblemaker

    Classic Space Lunar Death Race

    NCS Shorty full album: Blacktron SCARAB full album: Or come find me on Instagram: @rubblemaker_lego
  15. Rubblemaker

    [MOC] Blacktron: SCARAB

    Pfft, these men are from the Classic space era. They don’t need windscreens. They’re made of titanium! They eat windscreens for breakfast! Thanks very much. It’s about twice the size of Bennys racer, but his engines are going to be hard to beat. I think you’re right, Blacktron are going to be bantha fodder.