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  1. This Steam Droid is equipped with a electrical canon and a claw. The Iron Gnomes created this kind of droids to protect their colony and allies. The Iron Gnomes are well known engineers, creating powerfull steam-powered machinery for several use cases. These droids are also powerfull in battle area's. 01_Iron_Gnome_engineered_Steam_Droid by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 02_Iron_Gnome_engineered_Steam_Droid by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 03_Iron_Gnome_engineered_Steam_Droid by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr Pictures also on Flickr:
  2. The most versatile unit on the Blacktron arsenal. It becomes a one vehicle army The front turns into an armored unit. The sides into track bikes Gets air support with an exploration drone The main cabin can become airborn. The turret unit deploys droid troops The Cyber Bounty Hunters are heavy armed robotic troopers. Finally, The Enforcer is a small Space Police armed vehicle. Please help me with your support to make this proyect epic! Also check all my other Lego Ideas projects.
  3. Operacion Saturno

    Virtual Automata Tracker

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  4. Operacion Saturno


    My latest project for Lego Ideas. A base which combines the Alpha 1 rocket base and the Mobile Rocket Transport in a single set. more images here: If you like it, please support it.
  5. Operacion Saturno


    Entry for Lego Ideas Contest 90TH ANNIVERSARY: SPACE CELEBRATIONS Base created with giant size versions of pieces from the 80s 90s era space themes. Enjoy. .
  6. Operacion Saturno


    Greetings! Let me present my newest Lego Ideas project. This is an homage to the droids included in Classic Space sets on the late 80s. The robot comes with a flyer and a rover which can be hold inside the unit's body. Also, the head serves as the cockpit. If you like it, Please support on IDEAS:
  7. Veynom

    [MOC] Steve Roger Rogers

    My latest build: Steve Roger Rogers, improbable crossover between a BI Battle droid and the famous Captain America. Which version do you prefer ? Light or dark ? Marvel or Star Wars? Round shield or vintage shield? Steve Roger Rogers by Veynom, on Flickr After seeing a couple of weeks ago a meme about this, and remembering some cool instructions to make battle droids, I decided to build the meme with bricks. I started with the light blue version, as more bricks are easily available in that color and it was therefore easier. Steve Roger Rogers by Veynom, on Flickr The shield was the real challenge and required quite a few trials and errors. At first, I did not want the easy solution of the pre-print shield from Lego. Besides, when I finally got it, I realised the colors were not matching. I tried multiple brickbuild versions but macaroni tiles do not exist in the needed colors and size. Ultimately, I remembered that Cap also used a different shield shape in the early era. So I built that one instead and loved it. Note that one of my shield attempts resulted in the small grey socles. Not everything was lost in the end. Steve Roger Rogers by Veynom, on Flickr Steve Roger Rogers by Veynom, on Flickr As I had purchased the printed shield anyway, I tried to build a dark blue version of Captain America. I played a bit more with the colors by swapping bricks here and there but in the end, it also looks cool. Steve Roger Rogers by Veynom, on Flickr Steve Roger Rogers by Veynom, on Flickr Steve Roger Rogers by Veynom, on Flickr Now, I have 2 small statues, quite colored, original and highly flexible to display. Steve Roger Rogers by Veynom, on Flickr A few words about the markings: The "A" on the head, and the horizontal lines come from a very old dry transfer sheet from Verling (people who did scale modeling in the 90s should remember). The 3 stars on the old shield and the star on the torse of the dark blue version are cut in a simple white sticker. The 1x1 round tile and the round shield are printed bricks from TLC. I hope you enjoyed this little build.
  8. Disclaimer: There are some spoilers from The Book of Boba Fett Episode 5. Hello There! Episode 5 of BOBF brought back a BD Droid, as well as some other beloved droids. So I decided to make my MOC of it, and I come up with a very small one, using only 4 pieces! Here it is, next to an unrelated survivor of Order 66: Next to other types of droids: I hope you enjoy it! Thanks!
  9. When I stumbled across Paint0r's Legos Ideas page for a Lucrehulk-Class Droid Control ship, I had to build it. So I did. Please support Paint0r's build if you can. The Lucrehulk was a dream addition to my display for some time, and I don't think TLG will ever sell one. So when I saw this design I knew the wait was over - except for ordering the additional 1200 pieces I needed for the build. It took a few nights to figure out how many of the 1695 pieces I had already. These photos were taken at a point where I'd color swapped enough of the ship for display purposes. I didn't follow the .LDD instructions perfectly because there were a few points where I'd gotten lost or simply didn't have the pieces. However, the approach to the build was repetitive, so I was able to 'fill in the blanks' when needed. The Pick-a-Brick order was nearly perfect - but I'd ordered 96 of a slope 45 1x2 with plate and it came in white instead of light grey (a piece that PaB doesn't have available in light grey). I was pretty disappointed until I started building it anyway and thought a dash of white was okay. I also spashed a bit of Trade Federation blue in there, too. This now means, of course, this isn't the ship from The Phantom Menace, the Vutuun Palaa. Another ship of it's class, further along in The Clone Wars. The build: it was a lot of similar wedges. Started with the core, of which I had enough grey laying about to assemble it. It does disconnect from the base model fairly easily. I do hope that if Paint0r sees this model, they aren't disappointed with some of the many cosmetic deviations I made from the original model. I'd say I'm 90% accurate to the instructions, and the final build of the design which was shared here. Much of it was limitation of my patience and budget. It's very difficult to get the arms of the hangars to align perfectly (can see this in the top view photo below). It takes some doing to squeeze the wedges together to make a smooth curve... and sometimes results in buckling and the pieces go flying... argh. As a result, these initial photos will be updated once I can get the twin hangars more symmetrical. It takes patience. But having this beast on display is worth it... even if it isn't swooshable. I really skimped out on the engine array. Too many pieces hard to find on Pick-a-Brick and it was just easier to stick the sub-engines to the side of the hull rather than build the intricate lattice that holds the three main engines and six sub-engines together. I am satisfied with the way it looks. This build will be the centerpiece of my Trade Federation army someday. Will need a little micro-scale fleet of N1 fighters too, of course to bring it down. Front view Top view Antenna array Hangar detail Core view Engine array Ready for display Side view of the core and how it attaches to the main frame of the ship. Wedges aplenty! Most of the build was creating ten of these very tightly packed, extremely well designed wedges that comprise each of the cargo bay/arms.
  10. Simple MOD from the official 75308 set, here is my R2-M5, a color variant from the famous R2-D2 astromech. R2-M5 by Veynom, on Flickr All features are maintained. R2-M5 by Veynom, on Flickr And here is a table indicating some other possibilities: R2-D2 Color variants guide by Veynom, on Flickr So let's see what is easily possible: Very easy: red, blue, dark blueish grey, reddish brown and black: A couple of part swaps may be necessary, but it will not affect the color design, model integrity, or play features. Tan, yellow: very minor change of design. With the release of the Daily Bugle set, the missing yellow part 11458 is now available. Easy (minor loss of color design) Orange: Some simple swaps to replace non-existing parts but the dish at the top of the head will be light blueish grey. Dark red: Part 11458 will need to be replaced by the white version. The dish at the top of the head will be light blueish grey Bright light orange: Part 11458 will need to be replaced by the white version. Somewhat easy: (more visible change of design) Bright Pink: Part 11458 will need to be replaced by the white version. The dish at the top of the head will be light blueish grey AND the front opening dark blue curved slopes will need to be replaced by 3x1 curved slopes assemblies. The head may be less sturdy, particularly during the assembly, due to the lack of corner plates (2x2) Medium Azure: it could be easy, but the lack of 1x1 brick modified with stud on side forces us to find another solution. I need to investigate. Dark green: More difficult, particularly as 2x2 plates do not exist in that color (on top of all the above issues). Next: we should start seeing more color variants using the below: A white head; A DBG or LBG body; Blue or read bodies; A classic space version ? Feel free to make your own version. If someone knows where to find the Studio file for that set, I would gladly grab it to experiment as well.
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  12. Hi there, Recently I've seen amazing lego build on: Lego Ideas. Unfortunately it did not come through. So I decided to build one myself. Using Icemann pictures as references and studying collectibles I've come up with somewhat different build than original Icemann's. Went through dozens of ideas how to create round probe body and head and trying to decorate it as close as possible to movie and star wars wiki designs. Drone stats: Brick count: ~950 Brick count stand: ~70 Dimensions (WxDxH): 12cm x 12cm x 10cm / 5" x 5" x 4" + arms stretch about 12cm (5") [excluding antennas] All arms can move independently - each arm joint has it's own lego-joint and whole arm is mounted on towball joint type, also head can rotate freely. Thx for all replays and for pointing out one major flaw in probe design - to small head (thx Meatcan!). Here are some new renders of the new version: I'm posting LDD file for a probe with detailed PDF manual. If you'd like to throw some money in my general direction - please do not hesitate :P [paypal] PDF (reupload): LDD (reupload): LDD stand: XML (Bricklink, parts list): Feel free to comment and have a good day :) Best
  13. *Your entry has earned 7 XP* Researcher Cephas Oray Guellah continues her research with two thousand year old droid, F-5R, survivor of the massive reactor meltdown that irradiated the planet's population. Cephas hides out amongst the cogs of machinery, where local pirates, mad scientists, and Reavers have difficulty detecting her equipment. One day she hopes to unlock the secrets Malagarr's surviving crustaceans have in withstanding the planet's radiation so that she can heal so many victims across the galaxy.
  14. Aaron

    [MOC] Droideka

    I had actually built these over a year ago, but it just hit me today that I never posted them online. I was aiming to find a balance between something that's close to minifig scale, albeit without sacrificing detail and functionality. It was the advent of part 26047 Plate, Modified 1 x 1 Rounded with Handle that enabled me to build these so that the front legs can rotate inward when switching to the rolling mode. I have six completed droidekas that I decided to pose at different angles alongside a B1 and B2 battle droid for reference. I will provide a parts list and breakdown if requested.
  15. tfcrafter

    [MOC] Star Wars AAT

    This is my MOC of the Separatist AAT from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. It features a moveable turret and seating for one battle droid.
  16. sander1992

    [MOC] Pink Huntress in the hangar

    When the Pink Huntress is not scouting the galaxy for criminals, it is in a hangar. Two villains have found the base of the Pink Huntress. They want to end the Pink Huntress once and for all. For more pictures see my Flickr album. Sander
  17. Please kindly watch on YouTube! A touchscreen is one of Human-Machine Interface. It is an input device and normally layered on the top of an electronic visual display of an information processing system. A user can give input or control the information processing system through simple or multi-touch gestures by touching the screen with a special stylus or one or more fingers. The touchscreen enables the user to interact directly with what is displayed, rather than using a mouse, keyboard, or other such.
  18. The mid size series would not be complete without BB8 BB8 by Daniel Stoeffler, onFlickr First day, the newbie BB8+Wall-e_Eve by Daniel Stoeffler, on Flickr R2-D2 shows him the right direction BB8+R2-D2 by Daniel Stoeffler, on Flickr The 3 droids stars of SW7 BB8+R2-D2_C-3PO by Daniel Stoeffler, on Flickr They are on Ideas ( ) and are waiting for your support. The complete mid-size series five_droids by Daniel Stoeffler, on Flickr Enjoy
  19. ShadowWolfHount

    [MOC] Sith and Jedi Battle Packs

    So I went and made my own version of battle packs relating to the Sith and Jedi, sense I think those two would be good for those who want to recreate the battle in the Jedi Temple from the old republic or anything that a person need to build a army of Sith or Jedi for. Sith Battle Pack 98 pieces (minifigure 20 pieces, weapon 10 pieces, speeder 64 pieces and 4 studs) 4 minifigures (2 sith apprentice, 1 sith master and 1 sith lord (Sith Pureblood)) Model: “Now here’s the most original thing for a battle pack… a speeder” Do to the sith having lightsabers (though this pack could be the first outside of the superhero theme to have the super jumper), it’s best for the model to at least have stud shooter. While pretty much no one care about the model in battle packs and only want minifigures for army building, I wanted this battle pack to be different of having contraction parts which I think gave off a good shape for the speeder of using those 3 ultrabuild pieces though I wouldn't say the same with the tip of using those Exo-Force arms and small claw. With the use of these parts, the wings and front parts can move to find some sort of way to pose it. Jedi Battlepack 106 pieces (minifigure 20 pieses, weapon 8 pieces, Dwarf Spider Droid 39 (x2 78)) 4 minifigures (Jedi Master, 2 Jedi Knights, Padawan) Model: After I made a Sith battle pack a few months back, it would make sense for me to make a Jedi Battle Pack. But instead of a speeder for them, it’s an enemy model of the Dwarf Spider Droid, but instead of having a stud shooter, it have the ‘Power Blast’ piece that mostly been used in the Superhero theme. The head of the droid can turn, but not a full 360 do to the legs. Speaking the the legs, originally they were going to be hinge pieces, but they didn’t work so I went with the Exo-Force Arms that was used in the 2008 Dwarf Spider Droid (set 7670). Do to the size of them compare to other battle pack model, looking too small and may cost lesser than $10. So instead of building a different model, this would have 2 of them that can build up someone droid army with some Dwarf Spider Droids.
  20. Moguntia

    [MOC] Imperial Probe droid

    I would like to show you my very first MOC I made after the end of my personal dark ages. Sadly my children wouldn't let me their Lego bricks, so I had to work with my small collection (I need to go to my parent's attic real badly in the near future). This is my imperial Probe droid, which has been shot by Han Solo on Hoth in episode V. I have seen others, after I finished mine, but I like this one better. I have been inspired by the one from the Lego star wars magazine, but my version has the correct amount of probe arms and uses different angles. What are your thoughts? For the off chance someone wants to take a look in the instructions, here you go
  21. The Battle of Utapau... one of the penultimate battles of the Clone Wars. Obi-Wan Kenobi and the 212th Battalion fight to destroy the CIS and General Grievous in a massive assault. This MOC acts as a playset, including environmental elements and both sides of the battle with a variety of play features to boot! Contains 337 pieces 3 Minifigures Obi-Wan Kenobi 2x 212th Clone Troopers LM-432 Crab Droid 6 individually-poseable legs Octuparra Tri-Droid 3 individually-poseable legs Rotating head 3 stud shooters Platform Minifigure catapult I would love to here your comments and suggestions regarding this model! I also have the .LXF file available upon request, just PM me!
  22. Count Sepulchure

    [FIGS] Vintage Droid CMFs

    Hi all! Recently I cooked up something unusual. What happens when you put together the new and the old? Pieces and ideas, that is? I have never owned any of the droids or even been into Space sets and whatnot, so wasn't infatuated with these three classic buggers until I picked them up very recently. I also own UFO droids, but those aren't as charismatic or distinctive. By combining mostly vintage Lego pieces and sneaking in a few new ones, I made a custom "VHS" trio complete with printed stands to resemble the CMF series. One thing to note: times have changed, and so has the trio's purpose... First: the white Exploriens Droid. Enemies will not be walking - heavy hammer does the talking! Second: Insectoids Droid. The menacing cannon's electromagnetic, the enemies better be very athletic! Third: Spyrius Droid. Tracking foes with recon bot, slashing them with plasma sword! That's it, folks! Weaponizing the trio was not my aim, but it just so happened that everything fell into place this way. Cheers, and comments are welcome!
  23. CPGamers

    [MOC] Star Wars Tri-Droid

    Another older moc I made for my Star Wars Mygeeto Battle. I love this one, it requires no support to stand and the head is a complete sphere Im not sure why it is limiting the size of my pictures to upload but here it is, hopefully I can fix the size soon.
  24. Motor-brain Droid Brothers are: Xtra Large Motor - the eldest brother Large Motor - the second brother Medium Motor - the youngest brother Simple, but Ingenious. Ugly, but Close. A worm drive is a gear arrangement in which a worm (screw) meshes with a worm gear (aspur gear). A worm drive can reduce rotational speed or transmithigher torque. One of the major advantages of worm gear drive units are that they can transfer motion in 90 degrees. The gear ratio is: 1 to teeth of the worm wheel The direction of transmission is not reversible due to the greater friction involved between the worm and worm-wheel. Worm gear configurations in which the gear cannot drive the worm are called self-locking. The eldest brother - Xtra Large Motor-brain The second brother - Large Motor-brain The youngest brother - Medium Large Motor-brain Power - Battery and its tray, Worm Hand and Tummy - Worm gear Feet - Each foot has 4 wheels Back - Antenna and pigtail Profile - Crankshaft and Link Mechanism drive Arms and Legs Three brothers - Red, Blue and Yellow Welcome to Camellia Café