Wurger49

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  1. Wurger49

    REVIEW: 75155 Rebel U-wing Fighter

    I can't fit more than 4 inside after taking out the blasters. With the rotating blaster inside, only 2 minifigures.
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    RESISTANCE RZ-2 A-WING

    I certainly have a lot of interest, and sure others will too. Here is bertholt's version, I made some minor changes. It is still a very good moc, but your one trumps it now, in terms of complexity, shape and accuracy. IMG_6312 by R Y, on Flickr IMG_6313 by R Y, on Flickr IMG_6314 by R Y, on Flickr IMG_6316 by R Y, on Flickr
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    RESISTANCE RZ-2 A-WING

    are you going to have instructions and parts lists? please
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    RESISTANCE RZ-2 A-WING

    The moc looks great, the best RZ-2 I have seen to date, even better than bertholts version on rebrickable. The new modified round tiles only comes in dark blue, and the dark blue looks great against the white.
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    LiLme's T-47 Airspeeder (+ Instructions & Part list)

    Thanks for the reply on flickr, I have sent you the links. Yeah, I bought a few parts and will have to play around with them when I receive them.
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    LiLme's T-47 Airspeeder (+ Instructions & Part list)

    are you referring to the Tile, Modified 2 x 2 Triangular 35787 and Tile, Modified 2 x 2 Corner with Cut Corner - Facet 27263? The angles are different to to your design, I will see if the whole nose can be moved. I have also sent you a message on flickr, for some reason I can't send any PMs on here.
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    LiLme's T-47 Airspeeder (+ Instructions & Part list)

    The wingtip of the snowspeeder always gets pushed upwards when I lift the model from the back. So I decided to add to few pieces to the wingtip. After that got done, I asked myself why not make the nose more sturdy too, so added a few pieces. The Slope, Curved 2 x 1 No Studs also props up the 2 x 4 plates from underneath, and flat tile with 1/2 circle to cover up the other stud, the 1x1 tile doesn't fit in due to the slope of the piece beneath it. I will play around with the pieces and see if any other combinations can be done. IMG_6277 by R Y, on Flickr IMG_6279 by R Y, on Flickr IMG_6278 by R Y, on Flickr
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    LiLme's T-47 Airspeeder (+ Instructions & Part list)

    As we are all adult builders, I don't think a working tow cable is needed, it's very gimicky. The real harpoon gets shot out the the gun, not the back grills. I installed then removed them both from the brickvault and lego versions. The SNOT wings are beautiful, the end product is worth the extra time required to make them. The good thing with A-wing, it can be kept under 500 pieces, even as low as 300 pieces, making it a quick and fun design and make. The RZ-2 is a much better looking A-wing as it's much better proportioned compared to the ROJ A-Wing.
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    LiLme's T-47 Airspeeder (+ Instructions & Part list)

    Finished building your moc last night. I have to say, it's very enjoyable but time consuming, especially building the first SNOT wing from the flickr guide, but once I got past that, the 2nd wing was finished a lot quickly. The amount of thought you have put in for the wing connections and engine grills are amazing! The model is very sturdy in the back, a bit weak in the tips of the wings. Your LDD model is actually an older design, so I wasn't able to use the LDD steps, which will be much easier. Here is some comparison photos, the T-47 Airspeeder is one of the smallest planes in Star Wars, even smaller than the A-wing, but its different angled slopes at the nose and wings make it a challenging build to design. Love your work! I I ordered 2 less Technic Pin 3L, so had to use technic pin 1/2, ordered some 3Ls. I have also changed the layout of the back panels in the middle. I didn't put the 2 round tiles on the nose as they keep on pushing the 2 x 2 wedge plate loose. Wondering if you will ever do a nice A-wing? T-47 Airspeeder Size Comparsion to A-Wing by R Y, on Flickr Official vs MOCs by R Y, on Flickr Front Comparison by R Y, on Flickr Side Comparison by R Y, on Flickr Back Comparison by R Y, on Flickr
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    LiLme's T-47 Airspeeder (+ Instructions & Part list)

    A bit of a late reply, I went through all 3 threads of your T-47, I love how you shared with us the progress and change processes you went through. Even though I have just finished Brickvaults version, I have bought all the parts for your version, and will build it next week when the parts arrive.