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  1. Fight for the Republic with the AT-TT! Fire the Rockets! Open the hatch... ...carry the weapons... ...and the Troops! Includes 108 Pisces and Four Minifigures ( 3 troopers and one Jedi, all fully armed)!
  2. Hello everyone. Here is my third and final entry for the Revenge of the Sith Community Build: Plo Koon's Jedi Starfighter. My previous entries can be found here and here. About a month ago, Jason C. Hand posted this: his own updated version of seniorgronk's Delta-7 Aethersprite-class Interceptor, commonly known as the 'Jedi Starfighter'. Seeing that inspired me to have a go myself, and here is the result... I started with the stock JSF model that was seen piloted by Obi-Wan Kenobi in Attack of the Clones, and then modded it to make the version seen being used by Plo Koon in Revenge of the Sith. Unfortunately, and very sadly, the Jedi Master was shot down while flying this ship by his comrade Captain Jag, when Chancellor Palpatine commanded the execution of Order 66. I have, of course, made a few mods and recolours to the ship which I will post shortly, so stay tuned! LXF File (warning - due to some possible dodgy techniques according to LDD, the file is subject to slow performance and crashes) Please do not re-use the file or images without my permission. Thank you for looking. All comments are welcome.
  3. STAR WARS FORCE(d) ENCOUNTERS https://ideas.lego.com/projects/96044 What if Ronaldo and Messi belonged to the STAR WARS universe? Would they be jedi or sith lords? Click the link, register and vote. By 10000 votes this might become an official lego set.Thanks!
  4. Reekardoo

    MOC: Clone Wars

    Inspired in the 2003 Tv Animated show Clone Wars. I much prefer these cartoons to the 3D stuf made afterwards but that is more popular or better known. What do you think? Cheers!
  5. The Oordelay, a race in favor of Imperial rule, has had Aethersprite light fighters in service since the dawn of the Empire. Their use has dwindled, and as of the destruction of the second Death Star, only 23 remain in service with the Oordelay royal guard. Impressed by Plo Koon's custom fighter, the Oordali ministry of defense ordered many of these ships during the clone wars to supplement their navy and air force. The Aethersprites are the only non-Oordali designed or produced ships in their fleet. Unlike the "jedi starfighter" used in the clone wars, this later-model Aethersprite is hyperspace-capable, as is the escape pod. In addition to being slightly larger, it has been designated the R-1 in Oordali service. The ajar torpedo tubes fire custom, long-range homing torpedoes are paired with two large repeating lasers in-line with the engines. Instead of an astromech droid, the space in front of the cockpit has been turned into a pressurized cargo hold, often containing a hardcase full of survival equipment, a blaster of the pilot's preference, and a royal cortosis-phrik alloy shield. More pictures >>> https://www.flickr.c...57649668105989/ [i didn't change much because it reminded me of Chris Foss' spaceship art but the set itself was too tacky and overdesigned imo]
  6. [MOC] Jedi Starfighter by Bert.VR, on Flickr Hey, I think I've seen those pieces before... And you're right. This Jedi Starfighter is another alternate build of Lego's 75003 A-wing, just like my Slave I. Once again, all the pieces come from that one set. At least, this time the colors actually make sense... I think this alternate building is growing on me. I can only enter one MOC in the Rebrickable alternate build contest, but I can still have fun and promote it ! So I was thinking about another build. A republic gunship turned out too complex and ended in one terrrrrible looking and undoubtely filmsy build . I did, however, took some techniques with me for this starfighter. I own both the Slave I and Obi-Wan's starfighter, and while building my previous entry, I noticed that a lot of pieces where in common with that starfighter. Seeing another Starfighter MOC here inspired me to take the final step. And this is what came out. [MOC] Jedi Starfighter by Bert.VR, on Flickr The starfighter features an opening cockipt (with place for a minifig like Obi-Wan, and with place for a coffee mug of course) and landing gear. It includes motors and realistically angled wings. Making the sharp nose was the greatest challenge, but some SNOT saved me in the end. The color scheme ended up looking a tiny bit like Obi-Wan's starfighter, so that's a good thing. Slave I and Jedi Starfighter by Bert.VR, on Flickr So what do you have to remember from this adventure? Buy two A-wings, and you get an opportunity to recreate that chase sequence from Episode Two once again. To do so, check out the Rebrickable page (I will post a link once it gets approved) for a digital model and a partlist. You'll find pdf instructions here. Just like the old days. A set is never one set!
  7. Daala

    Darth Vader and the highway code

    From the album: Admiral Daala

    Even Darth Vader needs to follow the highway code - One of my MOC

    © Admiral Daala

  8. Daala

    Darth Vader and the highway code

    From the album: Admiral Daala

    Even Darth Vader needs to follow the highway code - One of my MOC

    © Admiral Daala

  9. Daala

    Darth Vader and the highway code

    From the album: Admiral Daala

    Even Darth Vader needs to follow the highway code - One of my MOC

    © Admiral Daala

  10. Star Wars Episode VIII - Ice Field Chase Ten years after the destruction of the second Death Star, Luke Skywalker and Kyle Katarn are building up the New Jedi Order. They had just christened the first two Jedi starfighters when they are called to the planet Taanab to oversee negotiations for the New Repubic. One of the ambassadors is assassinated by an unknown Sith and the ensuing chase leads into the ice field surrounding Taanab's moon. (Imagine the music played while the Falcon navigated the asteroid field in ESB while viewing.) You can find clearer, larger, and additional photos of the starfighters and some of their functions in my flickr stream here. I figure if there was a chase through an asteroid belt in Episode II and a chase through an asteroid field in Episode V, then there will be a similar scene in Episode VIII. I'm predicting an ice field this time. Best of luck to everyone in the contest, a lot of good entries.
  11. First of all, I'm so sorry for forgetting to name this "Future of SW contest: Revenge of the Ewoks" (small)". Will I have to redo the whole thing? or is there a way to edit it? D: Behold! The Endor Tree, filled with man eating Jedi Ewoks (They only eat Imperials). It just happens to be that Ewoks have a very high midichlorian count, and that all have potential to become Jedi. They have been trained in the Jedi arts by Luke Skywalker. Their first mission is to clean (eat) the remaining Imperial Storm and Scout Troopers off of Endor... (The MOC is 2 studs less than the maximum size limit for the small entry) Luke Skywalker and the Ewoks....hungry of course YUMMAY DINNER!! ^ Front of the tree house :) Right Side of the house, the storm trooper helmet is a BUTTON for something ;) Back side The top balcony with catapults YUMMYYY YUMMYY YUMMY I GOT A RUMBLE IN MY TUMMY!! Inside The helmet button is a light (fireplace) for the Ewok House :D Nom nom nom Ewok: "Hi :3 nom nom " Good Night little Ewoks Guys, the Ewoks are hungry again, especially the one in the back PARTY AT MY HOUSE!! :D
  12. Wedge09

    A Jedi on the run

    The Clone Wars have devastated many worlds such as this, now there are only impressive ruins bear witness to the past history. Here, a lone Jedi is guided by the Force in his escape from the forces, once divided but now united, of clonetroopers and separatist droids. This is my second and final entry for the Comunity Build: Star Wars Episode III - Revenge of the Sith. To create this MOC, I was inspired by the Order 66, which in the galaxy has decimated the Jedi. After several discarded ideas, I decided to locate this MOC in an anonymous world but with great ruins. The Jedi on the run. At the end of the run, the jedi sees something: a motorized tricycle!! Maybe it can be a great help. The imperial forces in pursuit. My Gallery on Brickshelf (just they became public ). C&C are always welcome and I hope you enjoy my MOC . Thanks for reading, Wedge09
  13. ADHO15

    The Jedi Temple

    Hello everyone. It seems the inspiration for my Revenge of the Sith Community Build entry came far quicker than it did for The Phantom Menace Build, and it didn't come at all for the Attack of the Clones Build (), so I set to work straight away when the idea came to me last night. Over the past week I've been rebuilding and updating my Architecture sets for the Eurobricks Official Set LXF Index, and so I suppose I was still in that frame of mind whilst deciding on what I would build for this project. I therefore decided to combine two of my favourite LEGO themes: Star Wars and Architecture, and create the Jedi Temple in the style of a LEGO Architecture set. It is, of course, much bigger and less accurate () than any previously released Architecture sets, (though I'm pleased to say that I think it may be more accurate than some past Star Wars sets ), but I still think it fits the theme well enough. Even though it's a digital model and the Laws of Physics don't have to apply, I tried to build the model in a way that made it structually sound enough to be built with real parts, although many are not available in the colours I used anyway. The building is hollow with no interior, save for a few supports. A close-up of the top and spires. A close-up of the main entrance. -------------------- Front and plan views with part outlines. I spent a couple of hours last night and a few hours today making it, so it is a quick MOC, but hopefully not rushed and sloppy. It is comprised of 2424 parts (coincidentally 24 is my favourite number! ). I'm aware that the scale is not right in certain areas: the ziggurat is probably too tall for its width, and the towers on top are probably too large, and so I may modify it a little more before the deadline, so I'll consider it a WIP for the time being. LXF File Please do not use the file or images without my permission. Thank you for looking. All comments are welcome. PS. This model is now uploaded to LEGO Cuusoo here. Your support and comments are greatly appreciated!