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  1. FlyInSpace

    [MOC] UCCS Acclamator

    Here we are! My very first UCS-style model is finally out, and it's a big one: the mighty Acclamator-class assault ship from Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Made of 5,152 pieces, at 72cm (28,4′′) in length, weighing 3,2kg, it's by far my biggest project to date. This 100% SNOT build was painstakingly modeled to accurate reference material, from exact profile dimensions to surface detail on top and underneath. The underside was also full of geomertic challenges due to its numerous angles and shapes. I wanted to include essential functionality like detachable landing gear for landed display, and openable hangar doors with boarding ramps that slide down to reach the ground. The ship also features a removable stand, as well as a hidden handle to make switching display modes easier. In addition to the "standard" version with Republic markings, I also made a "class-II", all-gray version, which comes with its own instructions and parts list. The Acclamator is technically one of my oldest projects: the initial version of the design was made right after the Torment in 2021, but I eventually shelved it as I wasn't truly satisfied with it. Since then I had so many requests for this ship that the idea of making a new version progressively grew on me, until I took the plunge in late January 2024. Starting the new design from scratch, I decided to scale it exactly to Martin Latta's fantastic UCCS (Ultimate Collector Series) Venator, which happens to be in ~1/1000 scale. So I hope my Acclamator will, along with Latta's Venator, form the basis of a bigger 1/1000 scale BrickVault Republic fleet in the future! ► Instructions for the Acclamator are available at BrickVault! More pictures on my Flickr page.
  2. AT-RT: All Terrain Recon Transport: I know there have been a hundred quadrillion MOCs of the iconic AT-RT vehicle but ain't nobody seen one like mine, actually theres so many on the internet you probably have Anyways this is my version which isn't perfect but was an attempt to make it as close as possible in terms of scale and shape rather then being 100% screen accurate. Look they even fold like on the Clone Wars Show! Albeit with the need of slight support. A Platoon of the 444th Hornet Legion on patrol on some pure white planet that looks oddly like a photo shoot Any feedback (questions, comments, and suggestions) is welcome. If you want to see more pictures of this as well as other Star Wars MOCs please visit my flickr page. Thank you for viewing Bonus picture:
  3. This listing is for a custom LEGO Digital Designer (LDD) starfighter I have designed: Mace Windu's Eta-2 Jedi Interceptor First seen in S03E23 in the "Star Wars: Clone Wars" Cartoon Network TV series, Mace Windu's personal starfighter stands out among the other Eta-2 starfighters as one of the most interestingly-colored fighters, with a dark bluish-violet color scheme. Currently, LEGO has not made their own version of this particular starfighter, so my starfighter is perfect for filling this need Starting with the wings, I have kept the design very similar to the wing builds in #75038. The laser cannons and wing body are assembled very similarly to the original design, while there are some "touch-up" spots to improve the overall design. The cockpit is built following the new cockpit design in #75135. It is a lot stronger than past models, and it stays together quite well . Along with that, I have utilized the leftover space in the cockpit and built a seat for the minifigures when put in. I have also included two 1x3 flat tile pieces just in case you want to add custom "control" stickers for the ship. Lastly, I have updated the rear engines to make them look closer to the original ship. My design has everything you need to recreate Mace Windu's personal starfighter, and it sure won't disappoint. Here are some more images highlighting the design of the front, side, and rear end of the ship, along with a detailed view of the cockpit. If you would like to find out more about the design, you can visit the following link on MOCPages. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/423741 If you are interested, I have the instructions to build the model available for purchase on eBay and Etsy. The links below will take you to the sale pages. Click here to check the listing out on eBay. Click here to check the listing out on Etsy. Please let me know what you think in the comments below, and if you have any suggestions or critiques, I'm very happy to hear them.