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  1. Henchmen4Hire

    Athena [Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel]

    •I used a lot of [1x2 Round Plates] to give Athena a "softer" vibe. •The "tooth plates" came in handy again to give her an hourglass shape and the vest. •Used the round plates to give her buttcheeks. Whatever, it works lol https://www.artstation.com/artwork/oOObBm
  2. Henchmen4Hire

    Space Police III Commando Ship

    Crime spreads at breakneck speeds and law enforcement can't afford to be left behind. Beat cops get things like bikes and scooters, but Commandos get things like this! SP3 Commando Ship by Henchmen4Hire, on Flickr FEATURES •Rear hatch flips down and serves as a ramp •Interior has a cockpit and a prisoner compartment, separated by a glass partition. •Rear side vents flip out to reveal ports that connect to the prisoner compartment. •Technically the 4 nacelles are adjustable (shifting the inverted wedges outward by 1 stud makes it easier to move them). ---------------------------------- This is another model that I overhauled with sturdier connections and new elements. •I did a quick search for ways to invert plates, and while there were lots of useful ideas, the connections weren't strong enough to hold the front sections. I could have gone with technic bricks or old hinge plates and flipped one side, but I wanted to try something new. Ended up using a [1x1 clip light plate with thin ring] with some plates and a tile. This lets the two big wedges clamp everything together. It also has the bonus of letting me add those 1x1 red/blue trans tiles on the sides. I improvised with all the modified bricks sandwiched between the wedges and managed to create a little flip-out section to expose a circuitry tile. •There are vents in the prisoner compartment, they connect to the outside grill with those Technic half pins. The idea is that if the prisoner gets too rowdy, the officer can just vent all the oxygen and knock them out lol. Alternately, they can avoid a lawsuit by using the ports to introduce a knockout gas to safely extract a prisoner. •For weapons, the binoculars on the sides are, uh, laser turrets! I was envisioning mass drivers sandwiched between the big wedges. The skates and vents are there to disperse heat, and for, uh, sci-fi reasons lol. The trans orange tiles represent sections that are glowing from the heat, or maybe I just like trans orange shut up! SP3 Commando Ship by Henchmen4Hire, on Flickr SP3 Commando Ship by Henchmen4Hire, on Flickr