draganb

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    [MOC] Peter Pan and Captain Hook's Jolly Roger

    fixed :) I was thinking of a best representation for Tinkerbell but couldn't come up with anything that would adequately represent her in that scale. You could use a nanofig, but they seem so static, while Tinkerbell is all around the place constantly :) Do you guys have any ideas?
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    [MOC] Peter Pan and Captain Hook's Jolly Roger

    You could easily make a whole theme out of it. Imagine, pirates vs indians feat. british children in their night gowns :D
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    [MOC] Peter Pan and Captain Hook's Jolly Roger

    Unfortunately, LDD doesn't have the option of replacing a minifig hand with a hook and this torso (which i think is a very good representation of cpt. Hook) came with 2 hands. Funny enough, you are the first person, out of about 50 who commented so far on other forums, to notice it :)
  4. LDD/MLCad 15C Hello pirate lovers! I would like to present you my latest MOC: Peter Pan and Captain Hook's Jolly Roger The set is based on the Disney's animated film. I tried to keep it as close to the original, which wasn't so easy because the ship itself doesn't get that much screen time. The design is mainly based on these two images: I think this could be a great new licensed pirate theme (there is a Peter Pan feature film coming out later this year - www.imdb.com/title/tt3332064/ and it looks right up TLG's alley :) ) If you like, it would mean the world to me if you could support it on: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/96285 Thanks!
  5. Sgt. Victor H. Ball is a real man's man, so if his craft is going down, he's going down with it :)
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    75095 TIE Fighter

    I completely agree with you. People tend to get caught up in the rant and the hate builds up. I will try to constructively explain my points. Scale: While not "significantly out of proportion", the canopy does run small, and the cockpit window looks just ridiculous. Also, the details on the canopy, pylons and the pylon - canopy connection look nothing like the "real" thing. The overall canopy design approach of stacking slopes is what I would expect of a child if given lego bricks and tasked to build a ball-like structure. Maybe if the model came out in 1999, that would be acceptable, but in the era of recent UCS models, it just looks half-arsed. The technic stand is another low point of the model. It looks like real construction scaffolding. I imagine the craft would rest on it while being bult. It's far from elegant and intrudes in the overall look of the finished model.
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    75095 TIE Fighter

    Not trying to toot my own horn, but that canopy looks awful and way to small for the wings. Here is a TIE interceptor, but a TIE nonetheless, thats in scale, and with a far better canopy (and a similar brick count)
  8. My entry for the Agents of the Imperial Crown competition on Flickr Lego Steampunk group https://www.flickr.com/groups/legosteampunk/discuss/72157649710874190/ The idea is to build a steampunk version of one of the Ultra Agents set. Can you guess which one it is without clicking on the pics?
  9. S.C.O.U.T. (Surveilance:Charting:Observation:Utility:Tactics) SCOUT is a lightweight reconnaissance ship with aerial and nautical capabilities. Equipped with a single sail and a small but powerful steam engine, powered by 3 propellers, it has excellent maneuverability and can outpace even the fastest battleships. Though the SCOUT always aims to avoid open combat, if the need arises, it can rely on a single rear mounted cannon yo discourage more persistent pursuing ships. SCOUT's typical assignments include charting new territories, battlefield surveillance, in-and-out rescue missions and various other tactical operations.
  10. Did anyone try bricklinking parts for this beast? Any cost estimates?
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    [MOD] Lake town chase

    Both doors are functional, there is no interior because I was trying to keep the brick count as close to the original model. Will post more pics later cheers!
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    [MOC] TIE Interceptor v2

    The wing are heavy and long so they sag a bit. I'm still trying to find a cure for that Actualy, if you look at the official model, the cockpit is the right size relative to the solar panels, but you are right about the joints, they are a little on the thin size. I'll try to work that out in v3 :)
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    [MOD] Lake town chase

    The official model felt very facade-y, which i didn't like, so I tried to create the feeling of a real house.
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    [MOC] TIE Interceptor v2

    Some of you may remember the first version of my UCS tie interceptor. I wasnt entirely satisfied with the cockpit, so i completely redesigned it and did some work on the wings as well. I tried my best to match the official movie model as best as I could What do you guys think?
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    What was your first LEGO set?

    I was my most awesome possesion. Also the first appereance of the glow in the dark ghost