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  1. Hi Everyone! This is my entry for the Micro/Midis Contest on FBTB. I chose to make Anakin and Sebulba's podracers because, well, I just love podracers. Actually, I'm only entering Sebulba's Podracer since you can only enter one Microfighter and it's the more detailed one of the two. It is made out of 109 parts (not counting the stand) which is the same amount of parts as the Microfighters U-Wing has. The side pods of the cockpit double as flick-fire missiles and can be aimed up and down. And because you can't have Sebulba without Anakin, I built a microfighter of Anakin's Podracer to go along with it. Which one do you think turned out better? Cast your vote in the poll above. Let the race begin!
  2. Adeel Zubair

    MOC: Neo-Classic Space - Podracer

    Neo-Classic Space - Podracer by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Neo-Classic Space - Podracer Base by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Neo-Classic Space - Podracer Base by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Revisited; Original MOC https://www.flickr.c...N03/14747850122 Full Album https://www.flickr.c...157667949756155 Feedback and criticism is much appreciated. #StarWarsDay
  3. Hello, everyone! A while back I made a model of Anakin Skywalker's Podracer in LDD. It was heavily-based on the 2011 edition of the set. This version that I am presenting you now is an original design of mine, I think it is much more accurate and detailed than my original concept. I rendered the picture in Bluerender. The model has 187 pieces. Please offer any comments, criticisms, or praises! AnakinPodracerV2.lxf
  4. StarWars8Spoiler

    [LDD MOC] Anakin Skywalker's Podracer

    So after hearing we'd be getting another version of Anakin Skywalker's Podracer in 2016, I decided to go ahead and make my own rendition of it. This model has 253 pieces, and many features such as a detachable stand, rotating engines, and detachable cables. Minifigures include Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Padme Amidala, and a Pit Droid. Additional pictures as well as the .lxf file can be found in my brickshelf folder: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=558204 (will be private for a few hours until site admins approve it). Any comments, criticisms, or praise is encouraged and welcomed. Also, I would like for this to be indexed if it is allowed to be.
  5. Not again... I knew today was going to be bad when I found this dewback out of her pen this morning. The big old girl had already knocked over some seriously expensive equipment and was busy licking the dew off of the fuel tanks, which likely accounts for her present digestive problems. I caught a terrible beating from my sergeant for her escape even though it was the pilots’ fault. They came back again last night, drunker than the night before and woke me up with a kick and something warm spraying on my face. After they ran me out of the stables, I am pretty sure they were messing with the dewbacks and they must have left this one loose. My sergeant did not care; said I was responsible for the dewbacks regardless. The rest of the squad was laughing and seemed all too pleased to see me on the wrong end of the lash once again. Now, this stupid old beast has been defecating all over the desert and I’m responsible for cleaning it up for some reason. They never said why I had to clean this stuff up; it is the freaking desert – a giant litter box – nobody is going to notice some dewback droppings. What does the Empire do about all of the wild dewback droppings? Do they have special squads to clean that up, too? I really should know better than to ask questions at this point. Nothing about the Empire makes any sense. Right now it looks like the local pilots are buying a pod racer from some sleazy salesman. They might even be buying the Dug pilot by the looks of things. These Imperials have no respect for non-humans. They treat us like slaves, serving them drinks, keeping their bar, lining their prisons, unnecessarily cleaning up their animals’ crap in the desert… These joker pilots are the last ones that should be getting into the pod races. From what their Iktotchi barmaid has told me, the Black Sun has been propping up this particular compound because the officers in charge are funneling Imperial V-Wings to the cartel. It’s been a good deal for the officers, who have bought up some extravagant living quarters and attached a first-rate Imperial shop. As far as the Empire is concerned, their only job is to provide aerial support to any Tatooine operations (which conveniently accounts for high V-Wing turnover due to the geography), but the enterprising among them have expanded their presence here to the aforementioned graft as well as some light “policing”/kidnapping/extortion of the locals. Because of the subsequent surrounding sentiment, this entire outpost is at the mercy of the cartel and they do not even know it. I am sure the cartel will just use this entry into the pod races to recoup their credits from these officers, but I am hoping the cartel will pull the rug out of this entire operation and that my squad will get taken down by the backlash. We have only been here for a few weeks; something about providing security during some heightened activity. Apparently they pull this kind of detail a lot; moving from planet to planet filling in the gaps where needed. I have only been with this squad since their last billet, but I can already tell that they were an ignorant, stupid lot of brutes. When I am not being beaten for imaginary infractions, the other troopers ridicule me mercilessly. They will not even let me wear a full uniform because it would bring shame to their glorious station. Some of the privates even tried to file down my horns before the squad leader stopped them (his reasoning, to be sure that I could be readily identified as non-human and treated appropriately – with scorn and mistrust as a non-citizen to the Empire). I hate these people. I hate the Empire. Even more, I hate my family for leaving me to these wolves. SoNE Episode VIII Entry by goatman461, on Flickr
  6. Grahaym tracks podracers while practicing to gain information on their speed and equipment before the next race.
  7. Imagine you have to build a podracer with elements of vehicles and fighters having taken part to the Battle of Endor for the Boonta Eve Classic. I think it could look like this one. More pictures and larger ones can be found into this flickr album. Enjoy. (it has been built for the 10-th TechLUG StarWars contest).
  8. Hi everyone, this is the podracer I designed for the TechLug contest number 10, were the goal was to create his own podracer. It is 45cm long, 19cm wide, 8.5cm high and has 506 pieces. Here is its TechLug topic, There the results topic, with the others 13 entries. Do not hesitate to take a closer look at them ! I finished 7th. I wanted it to be as accurate as possible while keeping designing something simple, coherent and strong. Each reactor has eight same sides with a few variations (shield, cable fixation....). This picture of the first version, with LBG grills instead of white, shows all the elements of one reactor : More pictures of the precedent version with LBG grilles in my BrickSafe or Brickshelf gallery. Hope you like it, remarks, comments and suggestions are always welcome .
  9. Legopard

    [MOC] KV9T9-B Wasp Podracer

    Hello I have some new Star Wars stuff for you. It's one of these non-known Podracers from the big Boonta-Eve-Classic. The KV9T9-B Wasp by Clegg Holdfast: Want more? Enjoy the details on flickr and MOCpages! Stay crætive! Jonas