Thirdwigg

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  1. Thirdwigg

    42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    I just ordered the 20t gears from Brick and Pieces too. I have to have them now! The Chiron I am more on the fence about...
  2. @Ludo Visser I'm happy to have a little bit of influence on your build. Keep it up, I like where this is going.
  3. @deehtha We should do a MOD 8081 contest. It might only be me and @rm8 who participate, but we would have some fun. I like having more constraints for contests, but counting parts is hard. That's why I like the size constrictions a little more. I very much in enjoyed the 10,000 cubic studs of TC9.
  4. I'm with @Erik Leppen on this. #2 is focused enough to give some direction and constraints, and #1 is not very interesting to me.
  5. @Saberwing40k thanks for the shout out. I would love a contest to recreate another non-Technic LEGO set. How fun would it be to see a Technic rendition of 6923, 6898, 6335, or even 6059. Sign me up.
  6. Thirdwigg

    42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    TLG just posted some podcasts about the car and design process. I have gotten through a couple, and they are worth a listen to learn a little more about the collaboration.
  7. Thirdwigg

    42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    Is it a leak if it's available?
  8. Thirdwigg

    42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    @Tommy Styrvoky a 20t clutch gear may be the best thing about this set. And almost worth the $350 price. Almost.
  9. Thirdwigg

    [MOC] Cutaway Leadsled

    Another fun MOC. The engine looks great, and I love the drooping slope of the rear trunk. Great job again.
  10. I'm so excited about this. Thanks for your work on this @rm8 Are both tire types available now? I only see the Rock Crusher now.
  11. Thirdwigg

    [WIP] Sport Sedan - Trunk

    Gosh, looking at the dates of this project, I can tell I'm not a speedy builder. I any case, I have brought this back off the shelf to work on some things. I like building cars, but doing the body work is always hard for me. I get stalled and at times, frustrated. So I lose motivation, and 6 months go by without any progress. The rear body of the car didn't work for my eyes, so I took it off, and tried some new parts. It's rough, but I think I like the lines a little better. The roof curves a little better now to my eyes. I'm not sure about the flex axle along the roof yet. I lacking a good idea for the B pillar. And C pillar. And if I'm being honest, the A pillar too. Ugh. Still at lot of work to do, but I'm pleased to pick the project back up again.
  12. Thirdwigg

    Thirdwigg's MOCs

    I currently have 4 MOCs that are about 80% complete, which proves my lack of focus. I would love to finish all of them, like tomorrow. But looking through the dates of past updates, it's unlikely. The Unimog 437, is close to being done. This is the short wheel base version with all the same hardpoints as the long wheel base version. Supercars frustrate me. I love working on the driveline, but the body work stalls me (see super sedan as well.) I am pleased enough with were this is at and that I will finish it, but it may take some more time. Thanks to @Didumos69 the transmission works perfectly now.
  13. Thirdwigg

    [MOC][WIP] Untitled Car

    I'm liking those side sills. The rear is a little choppy, particularly the diffuser, but I'm excited to see where this goes.
  14. Well done. The white looks stunning. Another great build.
  15. I agree, this will be pretty cool when it's done. The scale is great, and the functionality seems to be heading in the right direction. Looking forward to more.