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  • Birthday 10/02/2001

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  1. I don't have the measurements in studs, but they are: ~ 30 x 13.6 x 7.3 cm / 11.8 x 5.4 x 2.9 in. The wheels are 3D printed by @kreativ.rims.
  2. Hello everyone, I'd like to present to you, my replica of the worlds first real supercar, the Lamborghini Miura! It's built at a scale of 1:15 and consists of just under 1200 pieces. The model features opening doors, opening front and rear shells, as well as an opening trunk on the rear shell as well as many details all around. Let me know your thoughts on this creation! For those curious, instructions for the Miura are available on Rebrickable and my own Website. :)
  3. Pingubricks

    Zenvo TSR-S

    There is! I'm not sure if it's allowed to share here, so delete if not, but there you go: It's available both on Rebrickable and my own Website, where it's a little cheaper. :)
  4. Pingubricks

    Zenvo TSR-S

    Thank you! It's 100% buildable using LEGO® in red, the other 2 variants require <10 non-LEGO parts, but it got close enough. ;) Firas' builds tend to be a little more stable and legal, while this builds legality is up for debate at some places. I'm happy with the result, and no part is under much stress. :)
  5. Hello everyone, After over 150 hours of work spread over the past year I can finally present you my finished Zenvo TSR-S MOC. It's built at a scale of 1:15 and consists of about 1460 pieces. The wheel covers are 3D-printed. The TSR-S features opening doors, a removable engine cover and a tilting wing. That wing features a small mechanism inside which allows the strings "actuators" to stay tensioned on all positions. It's by far the most detailled and intricate model I've ever designed, and I'm really happy with how all of the shaping turned out. Let me know your thought on it!
  6. I've tried doing that, but it looks even stranger having the blade stick into nothingness. :)
  7. Hello everyone! Following the Delta Integrale I present you my Lancia Stratos HF! This model features opening doors, as well as massive opening front and rear shells with the most detailled engine bay I've ever made! Despite everything being openable, it's surprisingly sturdy with only its rear spoiler and A-pillars being the weak spots. Minor details include a spare tire at the front, a fire extinguisher between the seats and of course all 3 pedals in he drivers footwell. I hope you enjoy it and thanks for looking!
  8. It actually is available as a kit at BuildaMOC! (not sure if links are allowed, but you can easily look it up!)
  9. Hello everyone! As for my second post on here I wanted to share my Delta Integrale! This model features opening doors (all 4 of them!) as well as an opening hood. I've decided to go with a black and dark blue interior as oppose to the black-only one usually found in these, as it makes for a more interesting and compelling look. It's also got the little things in which you insert your seatbelt into, thought I'd be a fun little detail. The engine bay itself is nothing too over the top, just managed to fit all the essential details. The hinge itself took a lot longer to create than expected, as most designs for it took up too much space inside the engine bay. I hope you enjoy it and thanks for looking!
  10. Hello everyone! This is my first post on here, so if there's anything off, please tell me! I have recently set up a little studio to make proper pictures of my models, starting with my 1990 NSX. The model features opening doors, hood, trunk, frunk and glovebox, as well as popup headlights operated by a little lever in the passenger footwell. I hope you enjoy it and thanks for looking!