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    UCS Millenium Falcon 75192

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    Lego, Astronomy, Playing bass


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  1. Rubblemaker

    [MOC] Rebel Alliance Corvus - Instructions available

    Thanks very much, that is indeed the look I was going for! Thanks
  2. Rubblemaker

    [MOC] Rebel Alliance Corvus - Instructions available

    Ah! I hadn’t looked very closely at the new slave 1… or Boba Fett’s Starship as it is also not known by anyone except Disney’s legal department ;) I could see those wedges being very useful for a Super Star Destroyer.
  3. Rubblemaker

    [MOC] Rebel Alliance Corvus - Instructions available

    There haven’t been many Mocs made of this ship (which was one of the big reasons I chose it) but yours is definitely the cutest I’ve seen! Love it. Are those 2x6 wedge plates definitely available in lbg? If so I’m going to use them in a future moc!
  4. Rubblemaker

    [MOC] Rebel Alliance Corvus - Instructions available

    Waaaaaay bigger. 2mpaireds ISD is 117cm long, roughly 1:1360 scale (an ISD is 1,600 metres long). My Corvus is 85cm long, roughly 1:177 scale (the Corvus is 150m long). So to be to scale with his ISD my Corvus would need to be 11cm long or his ISD would need to be 903cm long to be to scale with my Corvus. I think anyway. I'm sure someone will correct my maths if I've got it wrong. Either way, it's not to scale. :) Thanks, neither did I until I'd built it. I only bought and played the game afterwards! Thanks very much :)
  5. Rubblemaker

    [MOC] ACE - Asteroid Crystal Excavator

    Thanks. Yeah what is it with these things? It's like Lego couldn't give them away, they're everywhere! There are about another 50 in my kids lego box. And they're all dbg too. Thanks! yeah I had to do something with them. I was never going to make a car, that's for sure. No probs! and thanks :)
  6. Hi all, some of you may remember seeing pictures of my moc of the Rebel Alliance Corvus from Star Wars Battlefront 2 a few months ago. This is the Mk2 version of this moc. New improved, more detailed, part optimised and instructions are now available from Brickvault at The model is made of 3749 pieces, is 85cm long and 38cm wide. The full album can be found on my Flickr page at: Or find me on Instagram: @rubblemaker_lego Thanks for looking :)
  7. What do you do if you get 28 mudguards in a LEGO bulk buy? Yes, that’s right. You build a spaceship with them. Meet ACE (Asteroid Crystal Excavator). This chap braves the perilous boulder belts of our Solar System drilling into asteroids and filtering them through the gills either side of his ship searching for precious metals, gems and relics. He can also catch anything that tries to float away using the ships rear mounted pincer grips. And all that booty is stored in convenient compartments either side of the engine for the long trip back home. More shots in my Flickr album at: or find me on Instagram: @rubblemaker_lego Thanks for looking :)
  8. Rubblemaker

    MOC - INSTRUCTIONS - The Razor Crest (midi-plus scale)

    Thanks. I don't have the official set but I'm pretty sure you're right, the set might be a few cm bigger. The proportions on the set are all over the place though. The cockpit on mine is 5 studs wide which is about right for this scale. I actually could have fit the canopy from the set onto it but it would look really weird, too high and too wide.
  9. A few months ago I made a Razor Crest moc. It was.. not very good. I've since been using and one of the first goals I had was to re-design it, as I love the ship. It quickly turned from a re-design into a completely new, much larger moc. So here is my 1436 piece, 36cm long Razor Crest. I'm calling it midi-plus as to be honest, it's bigger than most midi scale models (it's as big as the UCS Snowspeeder). I used Hasbro's highly detailed Haslab Razor Crest model as reference material to try and get mine as proportionally accurate as possible. As it is too small for minifigs and there are too few transparent pieces at this scale to achieve the shape I was after, I made a trade off on the cockpit canopy and brick built it. I personally prefer dbg for this as, to me, the canopy looks dark grey in pictures, not black. So this is the closest impression of glass attainable for me. The engines are also fully brick built and (internally) probably one of the most complex constructions I've ever created. I've also created an angled stand for it which slots in and out of the underside and it comes with detachable landing gear and fully functional side and rear doors (with a mini Mando and Grogu inside) If anyone is interested in building it, I've created instructions for it which you can find on Rebrickable here: (full transparency, I'm asking for a small fee of 9GBP as it took a lot of work to create and make instructions for). Or, if you just want to look at more of it, the full album can be found on my Flickr page here: or on Instagram: @rubblemaker_lego Here it is next to the UCS Snowspeeder Thanks for looking :)
  10. IT’S NOT MIC... ..... oh wait... you already did that... Amazing job as ever Ron, these look as good now as the first time I saw them in the LUG!
  11. Well, can confirm, that is one super gorgeous ISD moc! Nice work!
  12. Looks really good, at least I think so.. do you have any pictures in brighter lighting? So we can see things like the stand and the overall outline? It’s all very.... dark. Beautiful and moody but.... dark... ☹️
  13. Come find me on Instagram: @rubblemaker_lego. I’ll be posting updates on instructions there :)
  14. It’s half a cm longer than the UCS Falcon. But considerably ‘slimmer’. As for actual real life (in universe) scale.. I have no idea. I don’t really build sets so don’t pay much attention to them.
  15. I was basically sticking bricks together at 90 degrees the wrong angle! Jerac told me that snot is easy to do but easy to get wrong in an unfixable way. And he was right as there was no way forward the way I was doing it and I had to start over from scratch (about a week in, so in all, the build you see in these photos was actually about 2.5 weeks in the making). As for instructions.. I was thinking about them whilst building.. is what I'm doing something that could be 'sold' as a building technique? ... that sort of thing. I happen to know someone in my LUG who is not only an excellent moc maker in his own right but also a wizard with and he will be making the instructions from photos of the ship. Fortunately, the way I created it, it can be separated into sections quite easily for photographing without having to actually 'take it apart'.