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  1. danielwerner

    Cavegod UCS AT-AT Instructions

    A studded base, preferably a scenic one (doesn’t have to be a whole diorama but some snowy features, would be awesome!
  2. danielwerner

    Cavegod UCS AT-AT Instructions

    This is wonderful news! This is THE most accurate AT-AT but it could use some freshening up when it comes to sturdiness and updated parts. I’m hyped! :)
  3. danielwerner

    [MOC] Nebulon-b Escort Frigate

    This is awesome! Probably the best Nebulon B I've seen that is of reasonable size and still detailed. Very much interested in the instructions. :) The only suggestion I can find is that I THINK (correct me if I'm wrong - others have probably studied the ship more than I have) the sensor - the black pencil-shaped thing - should not stick out that much on the front side. What I've seen it should be just a bit shorter than the yellow tube above it. The yellow bit could be extened by one stud and the black bit shortened by one stud. :) But again, correct me if I'm wrong with this, I'm sure it can vary between models.
  4. danielwerner

    [MOC] First Order UA-TT

    Love it! I saw these in the background in Rise of Skywalker and got intrigued. They remind me a little of the tripods in War of the Worlds.
  5. danielwerner

    [MOC] Imperial Star Destroyer - The Eviscerator

    Perfect, thanks for taking the time! :) 66 studs equals 46,4 cm (18,3 inches) so if you rounded it up there should be a few cm to spare. Awesome!
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    [MOC] Imperial Star Destroyer - The Eviscerator

    Can someone confirm the dimensions of this please? I need both the length from the wall (assuming it's on a shelf against the wall) to the front side (facing the viewer) of the stand. I think 2mpaired said this was 19"? And also the length from the back of the model to the front side of the stand. Basically I want to know what size of shelf I need to display it in a corner. Thanks! :)
  7. danielwerner

    Abit of help identifying 2 pieces

    Not sure about the blue one, I don’t think it’s Star Wars (or it’s an obscure ship). But the red one is 9497 - Republic Striker-class Starfighter.
  8. danielwerner

    [MOC] Imperial Star Destroyer - The Eviscerator

    Assuming I could get about 2000 dollars for a 100% complete (unbuilt) Aggessor, should I sell it or use it for parts?
  9. danielwerner

    SB00401 K-PROJECT (MOC K-2so UCS)

    Awesome as usual!
  10. danielwerner

    ISD Intimidator, Monarch, or Eviscerator?

    All of them are awesome, but each have their own style. For me it's like this: Aggressor (~15.3k pieces) Pros: Detailed interior, playability Cons: More studs on the exterior (depending what you prefer; also I've seen mods to make it smoother), I've heard that some elements are hard to build compared to some of the others (don’t know about all of them) Monarch (11.3k pieces) Pros: Fewer pieces, tiled exterior Cons: Drooping, might be a bit more fragile than others (correct me if I'm wrong) Intimidator (19.5k pieces) Pros: Huge (about 30 cm / 12 inches bigger than the second), more detailed Cons: Huge (do you have room for it?), most pieces with the Eviscerator at a close second, a bit less accurate in my humble opinion (mainly that the shield generators are too close to each other, that bugs me) Eviscerator (19.2k pieces) Pros: Sturdy, modular (for easier moving), the most accurate looking one (again, IMHO, feel free to disagree) Cons: Many pieces, heavy for its size (which is due to many pieces being put on keeping the internal structure sturdy)
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    [MOC] Imperial Star Destroyer - The Eviscerator

    What does it for me is the stability of the ship, and the possibility to easily take apart the modules in order to transport it. That's awesome in my opinion. Of course, Raskolnikovs and Onecases MOCs are also incredible - the former because it has a detailed interior, and the latter because it does it with way fewer pieces. I don't think you can go wrong with either version, but I feel this one is for me. Now can people please stop making better and better Star Destroyers? I bought all the pieces for the Agressor - then the Monarch came along and I started buying some pieces for that - now I'm abandoning that project to go for this one.
  12. danielwerner

    TLG acquires Bricklink

    I hope TLG won't interfere too much. Removing copyrighted MOCs is alright to me, since there are better forums for that. They really need to fix their servers though. The site is slow as crap, and the Want/Buy searching often doesn't work at all.
  13. danielwerner

    [MOC] Imperial Star Destroyer - The Eviscerator

    Thanks for the answers! Sounds almost too good to be true. If it isn't too much trouble though, could you please measure the length between one of the sides and the far end of the stand (so I know what shelf depth I need)? :) Also, have you noticed any drooping over time? It seems to be pretty common with these huge models.
  14. danielwerner

    [MOC] Imperial Star Destroyer - The Eviscerator

    This is amazing! I love that you went for the studless look. A couple of questions though? What are the dimensions? I calculated that 148 studs long should be ~ 118 cm / 46,5 inches. But what about width and height (and approximate weight)? I'm curious because I need to know if it'll fit on top of my half bookcase. :) How sturdy would you rate it? How hard would it be for the average joe to build it? In any case, awesome job. :)