Theo van Vroenhoven

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  1. Theo van Vroenhoven

    [MOC] AT-AT Walker

    Last weekend I finally finished the build of this beautiful model. I had to wait a few weeks for the new Tile 3 x 3 Curved, Macaroni from LEGO B&P but is was worth the wait! This is a really slick, smooth and clean build. But it is also very strong and solid. The body is quite heavy but the legs can easily hold the load. The lighting of the chic black interior is a nice touch. Instructions are of professional quality and easy to follow. I think that Michal did a great job again and this model is the perfect alternative for people who don't have the space or the money for the UCS 75313. I am very happy that I built it and am planning to have it on my desk for quite some time!
  2. Theo van Vroenhoven

    [MOC] AT-AT Walker

    I had the privilege to test the instructions and built the model over the past days. Not only does it look great but it is also constructed in a very solid way and the instructions are easy to follow. Recommended for everyone who is looking for a big(ger) AT-AT but doesn't want to spend $800 on a UCS set.
  3. Theo van Vroenhoven

    Review: 10299 Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

    The model looks nice but is not really accurate. I visited the stadium once and noticed that the pitch is below street level. So you enter the stadium somewhere halfway the stands, between the second and third row if I remember correctly. Quite impressive in real life but not in this model...
  4. Theo van Vroenhoven

    [MOC] Imperial Star Destroyer - The Eviscerator

    I am building this monster at the moment and have never seen such a solid structure built out of LEGO bricks! If ever my house will be hit by an earthquake, I am sure The Eviscerator will survive it! Three layers of technic bricks with plates inbetween, braced with technic liftarms. Unbelievable! The frame at the moment weighs 3 kilograms...
  5. Unfortunately not :-( I even visited the designer (Berthil van Beek) and we looked into it together but couldn't locate the problem. There was too much friction "somewhere"... I dismantled the model and built Akiyuki's Basket Shooter instead. That works flawlessly!
  6. Theo van Vroenhoven

    [MOC] Imperial Star Destroyer - The Eviscerator

    Almost 8000 parts in common... The missing parts can be found in this link: NOTE: This is based on V1 partslist. I don't own a V2 partslist. May be @2mpaired is willing to share one?
  7. Theo van Vroenhoven

    The Tribute to The Razor Crest - Released!

    This looks really fantastic! Especially compared with the official LEGO version which now looks likes a small, silly brother ;-) Is there a way the partslist of this model could be shared? I am interested in finding out how many pieces I am missing before ordering the instructions.
  8. I asked astyanax for the digital model but no response until now...
  9. Theo van Vroenhoven

    ISD Aggressor (Star Destroyer MOC w interior and instructions)

    According to Rebrickable: There are 579 parts in this inventory, with 15310 total quantity. The approximate cost of these parts is €2,009.51 There are 481 parts in this inventory, with 11353 total quantity. The approximate cost of these parts is €2,919.76 The Monarch uses some rare parts which you don't really need. I built both but liked the Monarch a little more in the end; stronger construction (no interior) and 'sharper' looks. If you like play features I would suggest the Aggressor. Next up: The Intimidator! There are 480 parts in this inventory, with 19579 total quantity.
  10. Theo van Vroenhoven

    Cavegod UCS AT-AT Instructions | "Walker Assault"

    You are welcome! I use this feature a lot and find it quite handy! By doing some color or mold substitutions you can probably increase this percentage. If you would be so kind to make your Custom List for the new version 'Visible to other users' and share the URL everybody can do the comparison and start BrickLinking! ;-)
  11. Theo van Vroenhoven

    Cavegod UCS AT-AT Instructions | "Walker Assault"

    Why not simply use the Compare functionality of Rebrickable itself?
  12. I imported the .csv into Rebrickable: The Volvo Excavator shares 55% of the parts with the 42100-1 Liebherr R9800: 2282 parts in common (99 unique) that appear in both 42100-1 Liebherr R 9800 Excavator and VOLVO EXCAVATOR 2020 1497 parts (177 unique) are in VOLVO EXCAVATOR 2020 that are not in 42100-1 Liebherr R 9800 Excavator (excluding spare parts). No go find a cheap 42100 set!
  13. Theo van Vroenhoven

    ISD Intimidator in Popular Mechanics

    Screenshots are invisible (at least for me....)
  14. Theo van Vroenhoven

    [MOC] Imperial Star Destroyer - The Eviscerator

    This is a really impressive design! I watched the video on Youtube and the model is really growing on me! @2mpaired Can you explain how the bottom panels are connected to the frame? This is normally the weakest point in these large builds. And can you share the partslist? I am really curious how many parts I am still missing! Or will this be on Rebrickable soon? Congratulations on this amazing build!
  15. I got that but in step 6 two tiles have been added already...