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  1. Commander Wolf

    [MOC] 1:48 Pennsylvania Railroad B1

    Hi all, wanted to share this MOC as I "teased" it many years ago but did not finish it until now. I started building the B1 in an effort to build the smallest possible 1:48 scale PF model, but ended up building the slightly smaller A6b, and then later on the even smaller EMD Model 40. Since then the B1 has been sitting in a folder on my computer gathering virtual dust. Last year someone inquired about the model and I decided to finish it once and for all, and this is the result: This is a pretty simple model just by virtue of the small size: the build is basically the same as that of the A6, just larger due to the larger scale size of the locomotive. It actually has a lot of volume compared to something like the Model 40, but the shape of LEGO motors and electronic components means that you can basically never fully utilize the 6-wide space in an 8-wide model. The part of the model that stumped me initially was connecting the massive side frames to the body. I had tried a couple times to find a solution over the years, but I finally cheated by cartooning the tanks on the sides of the locomotive with plates such that I could fit structural components behind them. The pantograph can also move up and down! Anyway, here is my video going into more detail about the model, as well as a Brickshelf gallery (when moderated).
  2. B1 Battle Driod in Lego version, based on the 1/6 scaled driod model in 30cm size produced by Sideshow. The Lego version is around 55cm high, and 1/4 scaled. Use the ballon parts as the head and fully studs removed techniques. The other highlights are the gun, the backpack, the flexible neck and the flexible antenna. 3 poses as the photoes presented. 1: Fully equiped with gun and backpack at the back; 2: Gun in hands as the guard or battle position; 3: Stand-by pose in the vehicles. Hope you like it! Yes, it is not a perfect version. Because the color, the hands, maybe the illegal building techinques, but it is a start as you all know. Please support me on ideas https://ideas.lego.com/projects/136072 if you like it! 1st position Left Back 2nd Position Removed the equipments Front Left Back 3rd position Misc. The Gun Another side The backpage Another view Hanging the gun Other pictures Please support me on ideas https://ideas.lego.com/projects/136072 if you like it! Thanks for watching!