Leewan

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    10266 - NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander

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  1. Leewan

    Technic 2020 Set Discussion

    What if 42113 is a pneumatic set ? Or perhaps the codename "Air" isn't a hint at all and it's not a pneumatic set or an aircraft. Anyways, I'm looking forward for more information.
  2. Looks much better (and more Mad Max-esque) that way.
  3. Leewan

    LEGO Ideas Support Thread: Bionicle

    I think so, and I'd tend to agree with that. System-made mechs are more Sci-Fi than constraction, so it would make more sense to show them in the Sci-Fi subforum. With that being said, there's a gray area. What if a mecha uses both system and CCBS parts, like the Infinity War Hulkbuster 76104 ? And in which proportions ? The Sidereal Giant uses a veast majority of System parts, so I'd say it's much more of a Sci-Fi MOC than a Constraction MOC. In the end, I'd say it just depends on one's appreciation.
  4. I've recently built the pimped up version, but with a few changes. Using a 8T gear after the central diff makes all of the gears in the transmission spin really fast, and make the vehicle hard to push in 1st and reverse gears, because of the induced resistance. So I paired the central diff with a 16T gear instead (the change was made at step 24 of the rear block in the instructions), and geared up the engine with a 24T/8T pair (steps 3 and 4 of the DNR / Hi-Lo module).
  5. Leewan

    MOC: Minions

    It's rather @car_mp that you should congratulate, it's his MOC. It's strange that the file can't be opened. Luckily, car_mp has instructions on his blog, so perhaps you could try that instead ?
  6. Leewan

    Grohl's Creations

    Nice ! I particularly like the way you've built the suspension setup and the lever to control the gearbox. That's a clever idea.
  7. From what I understand it would be an "old" car, just like the Charger in the Speed Champions set 75893. With that being said, I don't think a Creator Expert 1970 Dodge Charger would be a good idea right now : such a set would be too similar to the Mustang. I rather see it being made in Technic, with a bodywork similar to the set 41999.
  8. Leewan

    [REVIEW] 42101 - Buggy

    Thanks for the review. It's a lovely little set, and it's nice to see that Bright Light Orange is already used in another Technic set after the Crawler. Just got a question : when the spring is fully compressed, does the 5M beam used for the steering touch the ground ?
  9. Here's mine : This is really a great MOC. It's superb, thanks to the clever use of panels and their precise positioning. It happened to me several times to wonder what I was building because there were parts at weird angles in several directions, only to finally attach a panel and realize the purpose of the assembly I'd just build. But there's not just the looks, the functions too have been polished : the steering is very smooth, and the engine runs easily, at all speeds. It truly is a cleverly designed model, but then there's the cherry on top, what makes it a masterpiece : the modularity. It adds a lot to the building experience, and it makes the MOC even more pleasing to manipulate : yes, you can drive it, switch speeds, open the doors, frunk, raise the rear wing... but you can also easily remove the bodywork to see the chassis naked, or take the rear section out to get a good look at the gearbox, and re-assemble everything in a handful of minutes. Thank you, Charbel.
  10. Leewan

    LEGO BrickHeadz 2020 - Rumors, Speculation, and Discussion

    If it's true, then I'm really curious about how they made Pluto and Buckbeak. Also, I wonder if Hagrid will be a standard sized BrickHead or if he will be bigger (a bit like this MOC of mine). 40419 sounds like a Hogwarts-themed GoBrickMe set, if that's the case it could be another nice parts pack.
  11. Leewan

    General Part Discussion

    You can add to the list pins with bush 32054 in pearl gold, from the Disney Pricess storybooks (41374-77) :
  12. No matter how long it takes, I'm sure it will be worth the wait. It's such a stunning car ! Thanks for your hard work, @Charbel.
  13. That's my feeling as well. Doesn't sound too good for the future. Still, hopefully I'll be able to put my hands on some of those parts once B&P is "fixed".
  14. It's actually from the Lego Boost Star Wars set (on R2's head and the Gonk Droid).
  15. Leewan

    71044 Disney Train and Station

    There's no cab floor because Mickey's ears require extra height. So you put him on the CMF stand on the "driving bogie" instead. A bit weird, yeah, but necessary.