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About coreyschaaf

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  1. Just letting everyone know that pre-orders are open to everyone now. 64 of 150 copies have already been spoken for.
  2. Thank you! I'm glad you appreciate the hard work. To be honest, I spend just as much time on the manual as I do the design of the MOC. I want people to have the best build experience possible and also have an amazing rare moc at the same time. I'm a web ux/ui designer so I'm very familiar with publishing tools and the print process.
  3. Thank you. My first MOC I ever put together was by Star Bricks. I love his print instructions and his build so much I wanted to match his quality when doing my own custom work.
  4. Thanks for the compliment Teddy. I think there are so many talented designers out there; it's often hard to find something that hasn't been done before - or done before incredibly well. Speeder bikes are usually simple and done at minifig scale. When I saw the Book of Boba Fett, there was a side profile shot that had so much detail, I figured it was the perfect MOC to scaleup. It's was a lot of fun building. I'm a designer by trade so I'm very familiar with publishing tools. I did my other build of the Resistance Troop Transport Ship in the exact same way.
  5. UCS Kintan Strider Speeder Bike As featured in the Book of Boba Fett • by Corey Schaaf | It's been fun putting this build together. I've worked with so many different people on executing this project. From working with a manufacturer for a custom case, to my signature Printed UCS Plaques, the unique serialized tiles that's different for every build, to the UCS Stickers from a company in the UK - to the final print production of my Limited Edition UCS Instruction manual — I can just about call this one complete. Pieces: 2,285 + 2 Minifigs Weight: 71.5 oz | 4.7lbs Width: 57.6 cm | 22.7 in Length: 25.6 cm | 10.1 in Height: 24.8 cm | 9.7 in Estimated Part Costs: $375-$450 My manual is built in the same way my original UCS instruction manual for the Resistance Troop Transport ship was designed but in a much smaller print run. Only 150 copies of my manual will be available. Email subscribers will be notified when the pre-sale starts, so if you're interested, I would encourage you to visit and signup via the email link at the bottom of the page. You can find all the details and specifications on my website for this build at If you have any questions, feel free to ask! You can also give me a follow me on as well. New Video of MOC Just added
  6. coreyschaaf

    SB00301 B-PROJECT (MOC Resistance Bomber UCS)

    I've built this bomber as well. It is in fact minifig scale according to Mirko. The wiki says it's 29.67 Meters (which I'm assuming is length and not height). Based on that, if you use the stud converter scale here: and enter the measurements of 29.67 Meters as your start, and then adjust the scale to be what Mirko's length of the ship is built (74.8cm), you'll see the scale is around 1:40th which is in close enough range to be considered minifig scale. The UCS Falcon for example is 1:44 - 1:46 I believe.
  7. MOC-HUNTER + (ALT HEAD BUILD) My third release in the buildable figure series from The Bad Batch. The scale of the figure is the same as my other MOCs of Tech and Crosshair. Both the helmet and alternate head version are done in the same scale as the official buildable Harry Potter buildable figures by LEGO. Creating Hunter's signature mullet was a bit difficult but I'm happy with how it turned out. The helmet version features a similar build style to crosshair with a different layering style to capture his unique helmet style. Echo and Wrecker are in the works with the possibility of a surprise figure. Instructions are available on or follow me on Instagram for more original creations. Specifications for Helmet version + Alt Head Build Pieces: 1,655 Weight: 41.3oz | 2.58lbs Width: 19 cm | 7.5 in Length: 20.5 cm | 8.1 in Height: 27.4 cm | 10.8 in Estimate Part Costs: $170 - $200 Alternate Head build using custom UV printed parts on genuine LEGO pieces. Group Image with Alt Head of Hunter Group Image with Helmet Version of Hunter Upgraded Gear System The upgraded internal gear system allows arms and legs to be posable. If you plan on posing the legs, it may be necessary to attach the feet to a plate as the weight of the backpack and knives can change the center of gravity. The Clone force 99 Shoulder pads can be removed for more additional range of motion. While the helmet version of Hunter does rotate almost 280 degrees, the alternative build of the head has minimal movement due to the thickness of the neck. Custom Printed Clone Force 99 Emblems for Shoulder Pads. Details of Hunter's Signature Bandana (giving off some Rambo vibes). Sample Instructions Professionally produced, high resolution, step-by-step instructions of Hunter from Star Wars The Bad Batch. Custom printed face, Clone Force 99 emblems and skull bandana are included with the alternate build of Hunter. Instructions available at
  8. Thank you so much for posting pics! I really hope you enjoyed the build. You mentioned the very last steps (373 and 347) and you are correct. I must have inadvertently changed the order. I'll be sure to update the pdf so others don't have a similar experience. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. I also, did double check the steps, and it does show all three pieces. I will however modify the angle so it is more noticeable and less confusing. Thanks again!
  9. Here is a 360 degree view of the Star Wars Resistance Troop Transport Ship. Limited edition print instructions are available at
  10. Hey thanks for the update. I thought I posted about this last week, but I only sent out an email to people on my distribution list. Thanks for the reminder! Here is the teaser video of the release.
  11. Thank you! I'm glad you like it. My test build starts this week!
  12. I have been working on my instructions for it and have gotten through the Torso so far. After I finish, I sort / order parts and build following my instructions and make any necessary adjustments and then spot build areas that were updated. I tear it apart and let my wife and a few others build it and make note of any areas that gave them problems, adjust and finalize the instructions. I'm hoping I'll be ready in the next several weeks.