wimpie3

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  1. Nice! But why are the steps white? Most of the time they are in steel, wouldn't grey be a better color? Keep up the good work, this must already have cost to a fortune!
  2. I was referring to the monster 3 - I thought you were taking that model as a base. The rotation is hidden there. Don't be offended. I love your work. Just pointing out some things I notice.
  3. Just discovered another difference. On a real machine, the middle section does not rotate. In your case it rotates the other way around. But I don't think that can be solved.
  4. Nice! It's a bit difficult to see but aren't the crosses a bit too high from the floor? They almost touch the floor on a real machine I think.
  5. What about using the plastic tube from a vacuum cleaner? :-)
  6. How are you going to make the accordeon? Or are you going to leave the mechanism exposed?
  7. This is how the middle part looks in reality: https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model/696bfac317c6d2974c73a472bff713a0/polyp-ocean-king-tunning-set Would be great if you could add some sloped stones on top and on the bottom. It's a very straight cylinder right now.
  8. Looking good! Much better with the large seats. However, still some problems with the scale. The entire middle structure is too big compared to the orginal, but I'm sure nothing can be done about that. The curvature of the arms is also incorrect, but that's how the Lego beams are so nothing can be done about that either. Nice job.
  9. I have the impression the seats and the rotating crosses are too small in relation to the entire machine. It seems the scale is not entirely correct?
  10. How are you going to make the big ball on top and the accordion underneath?
  11. Impressive! I do have the impression the motors are moving a bit too fast and they stop a bit too sudden... probably that will still be fixed? I do think you'll have a problem with the middle structure though. In the real model, there is a diamond shaped structure (de "ton"), I fear your structure is too thick in the middle to replicate this, right?
  12. Ok sorry... Time for a video to see things working and to avoid misunderstandings :-)
  13. Too bad the seats won't rotate. I think using a flex axle might be a good solution for this when motors on the arms are impossible. This is what Faller used as well in they Octopussy model.