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  1. Interesting overall shape, but you've placed the driver in a very dangerous position - right below the lifted weight.
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    [MOC] Space Fish

    Thanks guys!
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    [MOC] Space Fish

    Giant space fish is a common attraction for interstellar travelers.
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    [MOC] Respectable Dragon

    Thank you for the kind words guys!
  5. sheo

    [MOC] Micropolis Towers

    I'd like to add a new work to this topic: Opposition
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    [MOC] Dungeon Adventures

    Thanks for the comments! It's a horse armor. Not much, it's just three robots who went into a dungeon and never returned.
  7. Hi Oliver, It seems that I accidentally deleted the picture from my previous post, so here it is again:
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    Technic Pub

    Is it the right place for silly things? Here's an interesting find on the Cat website:
  9. Thank you for your kind words, guys! By the way, I forgot to post a small addition - exploded view of the subtractor:
  10. Unfortunately, creating instructions for such complex models like these would require a lot of time and effort, which seems unreasonable considering the low overall interest to my creations. Exactly! Even the Claas tires are far from this scale. So unfortunately the dozer will be left without a company. Thanks!
  11. The size of these giant machines can be so deceiving. I was planning to build a wheel loader at the same scale as the dozer, but when I started calculating the dimensions, it appeared that a model of Cat 994K would be 30 x 105 x 37 studs which is a bit too much.
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    [MOC] Ferrari Testarossa

    There is a little mystery about the car and the presentation. On the 4th photo, there is a displaced blue pin in the hood. It leads to a conclusion that the first photo is mirrored, which can be confirmed by the orientation of the Ferrari logo. So why is it mirrored?