Veynom

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  1. Veynom

    [MOC LDD] Midi Nebulon-B Frigate

    Very interesting version and I think you did a good job at that scale. I would maybe have added a tiny bit of additional greebling on the front face of the read module but this is it. Good build anyway. Would you agree to share the LDD file ?
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    [MOC] AT-DT: The Walking Gun

    Correct, only hips movement is possible but practically, it is useless. Unless I want to use the gun as a AA gun or from the top of a cliff to shoot at the bottom. Yes, the raised tiles are held through 1x1 brackets and the tiles are hiding the empty location due to these 1x1 brackets now being thick as a plate. Thanks for the nice words. Actually, I've used the FLAK 2cm and the FLAK vierling designs already ... I suppose the 88mm will be next, once I unleash myself on the WW2 theme ... Imperial Quad Laser Turret by Veynom, on Flickr AA Gun - Clone Wars by Veynom, on Flickr I often use the 2 above turrets on my layouts, as standalone or mounted on a vehicle. Thank you. Source accuracy is what it can be. In the movie, you mainly see this walker crashed on the ground. On the internet, I mostly found pictures of the toys. I have not a copy of the books where official pictures could be found.
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    [MOC]First Order TIE-SF Heavy Bomber

    This is a very sleek, elegant, detailed and all-in-all wonderful design.
  4. And here comes my latest MOC/mashup. This is an AT-DT which is very briefly seen in Solo, a Star Wars story. Its turret immediatly made me think to a mix between a German WW2 sIG 33 and a FLAK 88. AT-DT by Veynom, on Flickr For this model, I have really mashed up existing MOCs found on the Internet, existing sets, and my own freedom. The turret is based on the excellent model from Bricksfeeder on Rebrickable. The front armored panel was modified to remove a stress issue and suppress the gaps between the front and side panels. Side panels were also adapted. The main body is taken from the set 75201: First Order AT-ST but updated (rebuilt) for balance purpose. I kept the rotating mechanism. For the legs, I first started from those from the 75201 but then I completely rebuilt them to better match the canon shape. I found a robust solution with the feet connection from set 75083 (AT-DP) allowing me to connect th enice design of Bircksfeeder's feed to my legs. Balance is maintained as long as you do not shake it too much. Rear view: a minifig can easily sit inside. AT-DT rear view by Veynom, on Flickr AT-DT by Veynom, on Flickr Regarding scale, it can be compared to a minifig and to a smaller AT-MB (Mobile Battery) AT-MB and AT-DT by Veynom, on Flickr AT-DT and AT-MB by Veynom, on Flickr Then I've asked my friend Muad'Brick to abuse of his virtual skills on my pictures and he came up with this: AT-DT - Ewoks Killer by Veynom, on Flickr And this: AT-DT Flower Power Variant by Veynom, on Flickr Ans because size does not matter, here is the microscale version (13 parts): Micro AT-DT by Veynom, on Flickr PS: ABefore you ask, no, I have no LDD of my final model but the excellent original model from Bricksfeeder is available on Rebrickable.
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    [MOC] AT-DT Walker from Solo : A Star Wars Story

    Very nice design. Well done. Need to find something for the legs but someone else can try. :)
  6. Veynom

    [MOC] MF Scale Arena Creature Acklay from EP2

    Excellent work, great result. Well done.
  7. Veynom

    [MOC] TIE Experimental M1

    Thank you. I had built the stairs for my Duck-Wing (see below) and recycled them for this picture. A new prototype is ready by Veynom, on Flickr Regarding the "big gun", this is actually a turbolaser ... much more powerful than the usual lasers. And from what I remember from playing, these flying idiocies were really fast and agile and rotating all around you and pesting you like hell.
  8. This is truly a sleek and nice DX9. Very well done.
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    [MOC] TIE Experimental M1

    Thanks. Display is not so difficult as can easily add some black 1x8 slopes at the bottom and it will provides a stable support. for the wing.
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    [MOC] TIE Experimental M1

    I tried for the top dish, but ultimately, I preferred to go with the disymetry. Moreover, the large hatch forces to add a front support at the joint with the cockpit window. This makes it more difficult to add or remove the pilot. Less playable. As for the other dish, you're right and I forgot. :) Thank you all for the nice comments about this flying anomaly.
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    [MOC] TIE Experimental M1

    And here comes a rare variant from the famous TIE-Fighter, the TIE Expérimental M1 which first appeared in the old X-Wing Alliance video game. For this variant, the famous TIE concept is inverted: instead of having one pod surrounded by 2 wings, we have 1 central wing surrounded by 2 TIE cockpit pods TIE Experimental M1 by Veynom, on Flickr I used many bricks from the 75211 set as this set provides a good chunk of what I needed. The only real challenge was to create a sturdy double wing to support the 2 pods. TIE Experimental M1 by Veynom, on Flickr Once the wing is done, it is all about symetry but not completly still. TIE Experimental M1 by Veynom, on Flickr TIE Experimental M1 by Veynom, on Flickr And in the end, I get one more TIE variant: TIE Experimental M1 by Veynom, on Flickr And my collection of TIEs is growing: TIE-Separator by Veynom, on Flickr TIE/tb Torpedo Bomber by Veynom, on Flickr TIE-Emancipator by Veynom, on Flickr TIE-Defender by Veynom, on Flickr Uglies by Veynom, on Flickr TIE-Interceptor by Veynom, on Flickr TIE-Viper Profile View by Veynom, on Flickr I'm a true TIE-fan. :)
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    [MOC] TIE-Separator

    A not-so-serious MOC made as entry for a BeLUG (Belgium Lego User Group) contest: here is my TIE-Separator: TIE-Separator by Veynom, on Flickr Yes, we had to use any brick separator as part of our MOC. I used 32 of the current orange version. This MOC ended up second out of 26 entries, behind an elegant green grasshopper.
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    [MOC] Imperial Turbolaser Battery

    Thanks! I have added a link toward the LDD I used as basis for this MOC. Please note I did not reproduce the inside and I made quite some modifications compared to the LDD. Thank you. Link to the LDD has been added to the original post.
  14. After getting an almost complete MTT 7662 set, I started building and as some bricks were missing, I also started modifying. It is a very nice set, with a nice size. It has become a bit obsolete by today's construction standards but it remains impressive. I thus decided to slightly improve it and remove a few other details that were buggering me. MTT (Multi-Troop Transport) by Veynom, on Flickr I decided to eradicate apparent studs and make this MTT stud-less. I wanted also to improve the bottom part of the transport as well as the various opening panels. MTT (Multi-Troop Transport) by Veynom, on Flickr Details have been added here and there as a kind of subtle greebling. MTT (Multi-Troop Transport) by Veynom, on Flickr The rear upper side has been rounded and more in line with the source material. The ending result is more massive. The front side also got a new lifting and some colouring alignment. MTT (Multi-Troop Transport) by Veynom, on Flickr The rear side is probably my favourite part. A detailed bumper highlights the model, the opening hatch is more realistic and detailed. Curves have been slightly tiles, smoothed and/or underlines. MTT (Multi-Troop Transport) by Veynom, on Flickr Of course, I made sure that all play features were maintained. Everything can be opened as before but when closing the panels, gaps have been minimised. MTT (Multi-Troop Transport) by Veynom, on Flickr And as a last picture, here is a field picture with my 7662 flanked by the more recent 75058 version. MTT in the field by Veynom, on Flickr I find it pretty as a lorry. :)
  15. Very nice little MOC full of delightful details. And special thanks for the instructions.