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  1. This is my new scaled model of Lamborghini Aventador SV. It is fully remote controlled, and all parts are Lego original. Features in this design include: 1. Independent suspension on all 4 wheels. 2. Openable front hood. 3. Openable rear hood. 4. Openable doors (scissor doors). 5. 2 x L motors for driving. 6. 1 x servo motor for steering. 7. Working steering wheel along with steering (540 degree lock-to-lock). 8. Working front lights along with driving motors. 9. Working rear lights along with steering motor. Here are some renders: And photos from a real build: If you like the design, please help me to vote this project on Lego Idea at https://ideas.lego.com/projects/a8ee33fb-e39e-4139-bd94-a6f0eda9dbf7. Thanks! Most pictures and demonstration of a real build can be found in the following YouTube video: (The design in this video is a little outdated though.) https://youtu.be/0_s7bIbEg6I Instructions are available. If you want it, please let me know in this post or in a personal message with your email address, I will share it with you in google photos. Thanks
  2. This is my second wave of 1:12 scaled super car. - In case you missed my first one, here is it: As a huge fun of Lamborghini, I decided to tackle Aventador SV this time. The design is almost done, and below are some CG pictures. Stay tuned for more details and instructions.
  3. I don't think Francisco posts here, so I would like to present this model in his behalf... He did a very very good job with this car... MOCPAGES LINK
  4. Hi everyone, I've recently finished one of my modular scale cars in real bricks, the Lamborghini Aventador. Currently, i have LDD files of a Mercedes, a BMW and also a Truck who will be finished soon. My scaling Trucks: 7-8 wide 15+ plates high maximum 2 minifigs in height Supercars: 6-7 wide 8 plates high below Minifig shoulders standard Cars: 6 wide 9 -10 plates high middle of Minifig head i dont use any of the availiable mudguards, so the width stays the exact width in total. I find Cars thinner than 6 wide unrealitsic - compared to the Minifigs and the Modular Buildings, that explains the wider than 'City' style scaling you see here. The wheel types i choose are also smaller than 'City' scale. Also, its possible to fit more than one minifig inside - or- to have it completly filled with bricks for windows etc. I thought, id share those pics with you guys, because i've read that some people are not all too happy with the City vehicles in their Modular Streets? I personally find this scaling and building detail more fitting to the modulars. What do you think? Watch the video below to see all the pics i've made of this model. Lamborghini Aventador for sale video by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr To show scale in front of a Modular (i frankly dont own any, so this has to do for starters). A bunch of fans waiting for their entry to the cinema. But before that, a special guest will arrive first. who will it be? an actor from the new Star Wars Film? possible autograph time? we dont know.... Modular Cars by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr The model ontop a brickbuild road Aventador roadster with figs by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr Lamborghini Aventador by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr Currently being worked on in LDD, i will make them 1 plate higher than shown on the photos, the rear must gain more height compared to my supercar scale. This is a replica of an AMG low tuned Mercedes E class. The windows can be taken out to fit 2 figs inside (leaning them figures back) Mercedes by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr Mercedes by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr This BMW is on the same platform, still needs some more work. BMW Wip by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr many greets and thanks for stopping by, i will upload more pics to this thread once im done with the other cars. Until then, stay safe!
  5. Hi everyone! I'm new here on EB, and this is my first actual post for the town theme. A bit about myself: I make all kinds of cars in Minifig Scale, or better said: Minifig proportion. I try my best to make them as realistic, firm and buildable as possible - and fit at least 2 Minifigs side by side. Not an easy task most of the time - especially when my maximum width is 7 wide for large all terrain vehicles/ sportcars and 6 wide for standard and oldtimer cars. I bet some can relate I dont own any lego bricks, so i build LDD only. But im planing to order bricks soon from bricklink... Lets get started When i started off building cars in LDD, i had a hard time working out that height issue. The cars where always too high when i wanted to fit the figs in sitting upward, i even bended back a bit, but didnt really help either. As its well known, the issue for that is the minifig itself due to wide and short proportions (infant like). We will never get this right... BUT in my opinion, its also the modern way of building cars in general - which does "wierden" this whole car thing even more. Being a 90ies kid, i remember most of the car/town sets back then and when i compared to the car/town sets today, i noticed a major difference: wheel sizes! Nowadays, the lego company uses the same type of big wheels + fenders on almost all types of vehicles, be it a police car or a truck. So i went back "to the roots", used the smaller tires (from the mirco racers) for my cars, i layed the minifigs down as much as possible to get the car height right - and this came out! enjoy, tell me what you think my final result of an Lamborghini Aventador lp900 (currently being worked on in LDD to make a few things easier) This one has functional doors, a bendable roof and fits 2 minifigs side by side. its 7 wide in total (no fenders) Lego Lamborghini Aventador lp900 by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr my first design of an ultra sleek supercar, this time a 7 wide diablo (more simple design, easy brick usage, the windscreen is made of black hinge pieces) Lamborghini Diablo yellow front by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr NS LamDia top view render yellow by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr Lamborghini Diablo back view by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr NS Lamborghini diablo purple by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr the way it opens is by bending the roof back (hinge pieces at the back rear) NS Lamborghini diablo opended by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr the classic side view as found on the net: http://www.google.de...wIVwrcUCh2gRwrd Lamborghini Diablo black by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr now messing around with different lego themes: Paradiso Lambo by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr NS Lamborghini diablo police scene by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr classic space special forces diablo by Ron Dayes, auf Flickr hope you enjoyed, keep on brickin;) many greets, ron.