thire5

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  1. Thank you! That was actually my plan. The main hangar doors will be openable but unfortunately I was not able to install any slide door mechanism, there is not enough space (should have built the model 1,5x bigger :D ). The way to open it will be just simply unattach each door part and attach/clip them to another marked place
  2. Thank you for comments! Small update - fixed the issues with bridge discussed above^ - the whole "wing" section is way more complicated that I thought, I had to rebuild the side "flaps" maybe 5 times and I still haven't properly attached those around the hangar. Ideally, each section of side "flaps" would be attached with two small ball joins to make it stable.
  3. Playwell bricks is doing some youtube tutorials, check it out https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaEL-gouFOoHg5Okoua-cIGxjyrPOOUql
  4. @PusH aah, I see :) As @Kristof said, it would change the angle. This front part of the bridge is very tricky and it's not easy to do it like the other middle parts (SNOT) because of the trans blue windows and other things attached. But I will try to rework this part. And the rear part nearby vents/grilles is indeed sloped a little, but I thought the angle is so small that no one would notice :D will se what I can do Thank you guys :)
  5. @PusH Ok, I think I know what you mean :) It is based on the original model. There is some kind of step on the rear side of the "tower". Maybe this picture answers your question?
  6. Thanks, that's very kind! :) I'm working on the real model now mostly. I had to update few parts that I have made earlier digitally, because they turned out to be not enough stable. It is quite challenging to find the balance between accuracy and stability. Thanks, I was thinking about similar idea of opening doors -in my current solution, it is possible to open the side hangar by sliding out some part of the hangar and manually replace the door piece for the "open one". It is not as smooth as you suggest but it might be enough for now. Your suggestion sounds interesting though and I will keep your idea in mind for future improvements :)
  7. Thanks for the comment, this is the current progress :)
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    [MOC] Citroen DS

    Hello, sorry for opening old topic, but do you have the plans/instructions or 3D file available? (LLD or studio) I would be very interested in building this. Thank you!
  9. Thanks a lot! Here are some real bricks photos :)
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    [MOC] Cloud Drifter - hoverbike

    Thanks, I see what you mean :) I was a bit in time pressure to finish the model before the contest deadline
  11. thire5

    [MOC] Terminator T-800 bust (INSTRUCTIONS)

    Ok, so someone already made this model in chrome silver
  12. Depends on what you mean by interior :) I'm not building those minifig-scale playable interiors, like Lego is doing often on the official sets. On the other hand, I will build all the hangars in the same scale as model including some micro fighters Thanks!
  13. Hi, check out my contest entry into Lego ideas contest - "Build An Epic Ride For The Future!" More photos on my flickr Enjoy!
  14. Thanks! I started to build the real model, I'm going to post the photos soon I'm really happy to hear that! I'll do my best for the Venator's instructions
  15. Thank you all for your comments! :) It keeps me motivated. Yes, I'm working on the instructions at the same time. The expected dimensions are 52cm x 110cm (20.8 x 43.2 inches)