Jerry LEGO Creations

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  1. Jerry LEGO Creations

    [WIP] Aston Martin Valkyrie

    I quite like the new way, I think it looks better than the previous version
  2. Wow... absolutely amazing! It looks really good, when you see it you don't even expect 10 motors to be in there :D Awesome model!
  3. Jerry LEGO Creations

    [WIP] Aston Martin Valkyrie

    Wow, I'm looking forward to this one a lot. I have considered making this one as well, but in the end I chose something different. It's an amazing car, and I can't wait to see how you'll tackle this one!
  4. Very nice, quite a bit better than the first version! I really like how the yellow looks on this car
  5. I love it! The car is nice too ;)
  6. Jerry LEGO Creations

    [MOC] Porsche 911 GT2 RS

    Nice! I like the overall shape. The back is the best part imo
  7. Jerry LEGO Creations

    [MOC] Crane-truck

    Wow, so many functions for a midscale model, and motorized on top of that! Great job!
  8. Jerry LEGO Creations

    [WIP] Lexion Combine harvester

    This is amazing! I'm happy to see you building farming equipment, since it gives the opportunity to add different functions. I really like the reel, can't wait to see it finished!
  9. This is really cool! I like how you did the switch box
  10. Jerry LEGO Creations

    How do you make your digital models?

    I prefer building with real parts. My approach therefore is I start with the physical model, and build the digital one in parallel, though usually a bit behind the physical model. I do this to make sure I am happy with whatever I made to prevent having to rebuild it digitally later on (though that of course still happens from time to time). Having said that, if you don't have the correct parts, experimenting digitally first can work pretty well
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    [MOC] Propeller plane - with realistic controls

    Hahah thanks, no need to pay for this one though Like @Maaboo35 said, I'll take is as high praise! Thank you. I'm also quite happy with the canopy, more than this would probably have been too much
  12. Jerry LEGO Creations

    [MOC] Propeller plane - with realistic controls

    Thanks! That was the hardest part of the build. I knew it was possible to make make the controls work, but to make them fit in a plane this size was a whole new (but fun) challenge. Glad to hear you liked the render, I figured that would be the best way to present them Thank you! Have fun building it! :D
  13. Hi all, I'm happy to present my newest MOC, a propeller plane with realistic controls. This is the list of functions: Working rudder Working ailerons Working elevator Openable canopy Freely spinning propeller Steering rear wheel It is a medium sized build at 707 parts. The dimensions are as follows: length: 30 cm / 11" width: 33 cm / 13" height: 10 cm / 4" The working controls are the main part of the plane. This is an overview of the mechanisms: Propeller plane controls by Jerry LEGO Creations, on Flickr The yellow parts control the elevator, the yellow the ailerons and the magenta parts are for the rudder. The way the ailerons and elevator work are not too complex. By moving the yoke forwards and backwards, the rearmost connector also moves. This connector is connected to the elevator. The ailerons are connected to the yoke via a set of gears. The most interesting part of these 2 mechanisms, is the CV joint. This joint allows the axle to move in and out easily, while transferring the rotation to the gears. The way the rudder works is a bit more complex. Here is a render showing the different parts of that mechanism: details pedals by Jerry LEGO Creations, on Flickr The yellow parts are the pedals. When you push a pedal forwards, it also pushes a purple liftarm forwards. To this liftarm a rubber band is attached at the bushes. The rubber band makes the rudder return to centre. The purple liftarm is blocked from moving backwards (towards the seat) by the dark green parts. This is done to make sure that both rubber bands don't cancel each other out. The movement from the pedals is transferred to the light blue liftarms. These are in turn attached to the lime parts. The lime 3L liftarm rotates about the pin in the middle. It is also the link between both pedals. The lime green thin liftarms are connected to an axle which finally rotates the rudder. Renders showing the mechanisms in action can be seen at 1:19 in the video. If you are interested in building it for yourself, here you can find free instructions: ReBrickable It is also on Lego Ideas, any support will be highly appreciated: Lego Ideas Finally, here are some more images showing the plane: Propeller plane rear side 2 by Jerry LEGO Creations, on Flickr Propeller plane front 2 by Jerry LEGO Creations, on Flickr Propeller plane top by Jerry LEGO Creations, on Flickr Propeller plane front by Jerry LEGO Creations, on Flickr
  14. Jerry LEGO Creations

    [MOC] Hennessey Venom F5

    Wow, good to see it finished! The angles at the front are simply amazing. I enjoyed following the WIP page to see the way you build, I think that was helpful for me at least. Do you perhaps also have a picture of the rear?
  15. Those doors look very cool. I guess is was quite a bit of work to get them right, but it was worth it :P What are the final things you're going to work on?