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  • Birthday 01/08/1998

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  1. FlyInSpace

    [MOC] Imperial Star Destroyer - The Torment

    Hey Daniel, Sure, I remember about your purchase :) Nothing should fall down during building. The vast majority of small parts are mainly greebles and they're all securely attached to the frame (bridge and trenches). Panels are strong enough not to fall or break when being attached. When Brickvault took my model I didn't have to make any significant changes other than minor parts optimization for availability and final price. Since you already bought the instructions, why would I charge you again? Check your emails :)
  2. FlyInSpace

    [MOC] Midi-Scale TIE Striker - Rogue One

    Thanks so much! Yeah it's surely one of the stupidest looking TIEs, but I love the unique look. Glad you like it!
  3. FlyInSpace

    [MOC] Midi-Scale Millennium Falcon

    Thank you! Funny thing is, no fancy, weird or rare parts were used at all, at the very exception of those two big containers for the sides. Hopefully they get cheaper and more common with time.
  4. FlyInSpace

    [MOC] Midi-Scale Millennium Falcon

    Thanks so much! Wow that means a lot! Thank you so much.
  5. FlyInSpace

    [MOC] Midi-Scale Millennium Falcon

    Thanks a lot Daniel! The Falcon can be safely grabbed by the two "corridors" that split the saucer in half on each side, as they're part of the very strong core structure underneath. It can be moved around easily that way and even rotated 45-60 degrees. The rest of the structure that supports most of the saucer is quite compact and intricate so I wouldn't advise grabbing the ship from anywhere else, and it wouldn't be a confortable grip anyway. Check out the Brickvault video, Jack talks about the overall sturdiness and handling of the ship:
  6. FlyInSpace

    [MOC] Midi-Scale Millennium Falcon

    And it's pretty damn heavy! Thanks a lot :)
  7. FlyInSpace

    [MOC] Midi-Scale Millennium Falcon

    Thanks a lot! Achieving the ILM prop look is my number 1 priority :)
  8. The fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy just joined my Midi-Scale ship collection! Here comes the Millennium Falcon from Episode IV – A New Hope. Made of 2,178 pieces, measuring only 34cm and weighting almost 1kg, this compact yet dense Falcon was another unique challenge at this scale. After seeing some great-looking Figscale MOCs of this tricky ship, I couldn't resist making a Midi version. With this design, I took a different approach than most other Falcons out there, and wanted it to look as sleek and gapless as possible. This resulted in a pretty elaborate and unique mix of paneling techniques that involved a lot of SNOT building. One of my priorities was to faithfully reproduce the curved saucer shape on both sides of the ship, and not only on top. As a result, the build features all the details and shapes of the original 1977 studio model, from top to bottom. The overall thickness of the ship was another concern. I wanted it to be as thin as the original, while being able to sandwich some tasty greebles and even the hyperdrive engine bay inside the saucer. The Falcon has two display modes, "in-flight" with its canted stand, and "landed" with easy-to-install landing gear. It also includes a working ramp. ► Instructions for the Millennium Falcon are available at BrickVault. More pictures on my Flickr page.
  9. Hi everyone, My Midi-Scale TIE collection expands again with a new TIE starfighter: the TIE Striker from Rogue One. Made of 730 pieces, this TIE Striker features a fully SNOT surface, a smooth cockpit section, and includes blaster cannons below the cockpit. Design-wise, this ship really felt like a natural continuation of my previous TIE Reaper MOC. Although being almost Minifig-scaled, (hence the Midi-scale) this ship obviously doesn't have any interior due to the techniques used and small space allowed for the internal structure. Due to the front-heavy nature of the design, a rather long (but very simple) stand had to be made in order for the ship to remain perfectly steady and horizontal. The overall build is pleasantly sturdy for a display model and can be moved around easily. Hope you guys like it! ► Instructions for the TIE Striker are available on Rebrickable or via email at More pictures on my Flickr page.
  10. FlyInSpace

    [MOC] Midi-Scale Venator - The Negotiator

    Happy new year everyone! :) Thought I'd post some of my favorite Negotiator builds I received from around the world. Some of you might be members of the forum so thanks again for building my stuff, and more to come soon!