thire5

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  1. @ForgedInLego @Frizzlefry25 @Kage Goomba Thank you! I appreciate that :) Of course, I understand that. No one is forced to buy anything... It's a pretty large model, only for the parts you need to count with the budget 1200-1500$
  2. Hi, the instructions are done :) You can get then on Brickvault.toys Here is also their video review
  3. @Dzenis @Guyinaplaguemask @jelletv @LDigital @Naixin @Kage Goomba Thank you all for your support! The instructions are almost ready, stay sharp!
  4. While working on the instructions, I took few more pictures with more details :) Check the full gallery https://www.flickr.com/photos/thire5/albums/72157716953103517 Vigilance - Venator-class Star Destroyer by Martin Latta, on Flickr Vigilance - Venator-class Star Destroyer by Martin Latta, on Flickr Vigilance - Venator-class Star Destroyer by Martin Latta, on Flickr Vigilance - Venator-class Star Destroyer by Martin Latta, on Flickr
  5. @Bob De Quatre @TwoSolitudes @Cygma Thank you! I'm happy to hear that :) @m4st3rt3ch Thanks, the hangar can be opened manually - just removing it from one attach point and place it to another... I wanted some sliding mechanism, but it was not possible in this scale
  6. @Tom_Brick @Stuartn @Evergreen @LDigital @Ellisss_2 Thank you! I appreciate that! @MAVERICK26 I know, it took me too much time, I had to rebuild several parts many times and yet I'm not 100% satisfied, but I could keep rebuilding everything and it would never be finished :D @Sine qua non I will do my best to create a nice and understandable PDF instructions, but I don't plan to print a book
  7. Here it is finally... Dimensions: 65 x 137 x 46 studs 52 x 110 x 37 cm 20.5 x 43.2 x 14.6 inches Pieces: 11103 Weight: 7.75 kg (273.5 oz) Stay tuned for the instructions 😇 ~thire5 Vigilance - Venator-class Star Destroyer by Martin Latta, on Flickr Vigilance - Venator-class Star Destroyer by Martin Latta, on Flickr Vigilance - Venator-class Star Destroyer by Martin Latta, on Flickr Vigilance - Venator-class Star Destroyer by Martin Latta, on Flickr
  8. Hello, here is the first "teaser" shot, while working on all the other photos... :] Vigilance - Venator class-star destroyer by Martin Latta, on Flickr
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    [MOC] Minifig Scale Clone Wars J-1 Proton Cannon

    Thank looks like a pretty solid build! Congrats to co-op with BV.
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    UCS Star Destroyer Technic frame

    There doesn't seem to be anything off, compared to the instructions. What happens if you unattach those two orange pins? does the frame straighten by itself or does it stay bent?
  11. Millennium Falcon with skeletons of Scanning crew hidden in the cargo stash
  12. Hello and thank you! @dankestmango, @AZgo, @caiman0637, @MAVERICK26 I know it's statring to be "cliché", but it's almost finished, I estimate that it's 98% done This project is way more complicated that I intially expected and I always get stuck on some intricate section of the model...
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    [MOC] Night Buzzard Minifig-Scale

    Looks very cool! I would recommend you to create a flickr gallery and upload the photos of your model(s) there. Then it's easier to link the photos here :)
  14. Hello, I recently started collaboration with The Brick Collective & Brick MOON and they offer the whole Lego sets of my Eta-2 starfighter models, if anyone is interested https://www.facebook.com/BrickMoonMOCs/posts/2476529275826341 - limited red Eta-2 (with original R4 droid piece) https://www.brickmoon.de/#1045345694 and yellow Eta-2
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    Most accurate star destroyer?

    Both models are stunning for sure. I can only compare the pictures, but I think that Eviscerator has better details along the sides of the ship as mentioned before. Monarch is using only simple wedges 3x6 with a lot studs visible (in contrast with the rest of the design). One more thing that bothered me a little on Monarch is the usage of old and expensive parts, for example 124 x Light gray Hinge Tile 1 x 2 1/2 with 2 Fingers on Top (with average price 4euro for one new piece). The Eviscerator would probably be more optimized to use more recent and available parts, but maybe I'm wrong.