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Morning all. Yesterday a lot of people got very excited about Mando’s new ride, I’ve never seen so many MOCs of a new ship pop up so fast. Its an extremely cool little fighter and I’ve really enjoyed seeing the different ideas and techniques that have gone into the MOCs so I thought I’d start a thread for us to share our favourites or our own attempts. My favourite so far is by @azanderk. It’s a reworking of LLep’s version of the N1, the details are brilliant. Here’s my micro version, using a few less pieces.
Tom_Brick posted a topic in LEGO Star WarsUPDATE: I'm finally done with the design, here is the end product: Instruction and partlist available on Rebrickable: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-100158/thomin/din-djarins-n-1-starfighter/ Original post below. ____________________________________________________________________________ So, after watching the latest Book of Boba Fett episode, I had to give Mando's new ship a shot. The big challenge was of course the lack of metallic silver parts (let's not even waste our thoughts on chrome silver). I had to be somewhat creative in order to get the shape done using only existing metallic silver parts, but in the end, I managed to come up with something. I'm not sure if I should keep it that way or if I should ditch the metallic silver and go for a more conventional design.
Hi! Time to show you my new project! Now it's only virtual design but I have to start somehow not Boba Fett's Starship, this is... SLAVE I Built in Stud.io, it lasted for several weeks. The catalog contains 1376 parts, but that is changing all the time. There will be about 100-150 more on a display stand. Scale similar to 75243, but with slightly different proportions, more refined. The functions include an opening back storage, with space for minifigures or carbonite. The wings are movable. Cabin for Boba Fett with control panels, also rotating. A PDF Instructions will be available in October 2021. First, I have to build it myself and check if everything works properly (don't trust the rebrickably MOCs, which even the author himself did not build) What do you think about this project? If you are interested in this project, be sure to check out my youtube channel - edge of bricks, there will be more about this project soon.