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I really need help to make some professional looking Lego instructions. I want to start selling them on ebay and I have a ton of awesome LDD files that I want to convert into professional looking instructions. I tried Blueprint but my graphics card can only run OpenGl 3.1 (You need 3.2) and I tried Ldraw but I can't upload LDD files into it (It keeps crashing) and I tried Lpub but you need an Ldraw file for that. I'm really frustrated and don't wanna buy a new graphics card so I can use Blueprint. I need some help. does anyone have suggustions or how you make high quality instructions? Thanks, MovieMocs
LegoStarWarsLDDShop posted a topic in LEGO Star WarsMay I present an all-new MOD design: --TIE Striker-- Straight from the new film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the TIE Striker is a brilliantly-designed new variant on the original craft. With a wide array of armament and weaponry, and sporting a new atmosphere-friendly design, this TIE variant proves to be a match for even the best Rebel pilots. The Lego Group has released their own version of the craft. There are many things I liked about their design, and given this is a MOD, there are a few similarities in design. What separates this one from their model, however, is the increased range in features and detail. When redesigning the wings, I decided to switch some of the plates with tile pieces. I am one of those Lego builders who prefers tiles over plates for wing designs. Plus, the wings look even sleeker now. In addition, the wings feature front blasters, smaller, custom-designed hinges, and underside accent builds. For the body, I went to the visual guide for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. There are MANY things in that one that, surprisingly, weren't incorporated into the official Lego release (i.e. a second pilot seat, and a storage area for the bombs). I am very pleased to say that this version includes those design characteristics. Starting with the front, I updated the controls for the TIE pilot, which are more minifigure-friendly and realistic. Also, I switched the hatch build with the hatch plate (looks more like the original ship); I updated the front blasters with a new hinge piece, rather than the spring-loaded missiles; and I added some underside blasters as well. The center storage area includes an area for 16 bombs. Also underneath that area, I've included a hatch where those bombs can be deployed/dropped. Finally, as I said previously, the rear end includes an area for a 2nd pilot, as well as controls and handlebars for TIE Pilot operations. The end also includes a redesigned engine, with the familiar engine design of the original craft. I am very excited to share my MOD with you all, and I hope you guys are excited to build it for yourself. MOCpages Please let me know what you think below. God bless!
May I present this new design up for sale:--Imperial 74-Z Speeder Bike-- Many Star Wars fans recognize this vehicle. It's well known from the Endor Speeder Bike chase scene in Return of the Jedi. It's also appeared briefly in Revenge of the Sith, and more recently in Star Wars Battlefront as a playable vehicle in both the training mode and the Endor maps.It goes without saying that LEGO has released several designs based on this vehicle. I went to the source material for inspiration, and I couldn't be happier with the results. Starting at the bow, I included the usual flap & rod design. It's obviously a novelty cliche among LEGO's speeders, but considering they are the best part in LEGO's brick palette, they had to do.What's new about it is the rods are now connected in a very sturdy way, and this way also allows for a small underside blaster, just like the one in the movies.Moving on to the man body, I included the usual handlebar design...as it works really well with the minifigures. I did fix the top of the speeder with some smoother brown pieces to make it look more like the original speeder.Finally, with the stern, I added two things: some parts to mimic a seat, and a rear flap design. I'm still surprised we haven't seen the set of rear flaps in the original LEGO variations, but for now, this one definitely works.I am very excited to share this product with you all, and I hope you guys are excited to build it for yourself. MOCpages Let me know what you think below.
Hello ! I developped a mobile application for android called BRICK collector (based on brickset). ★ BRICK collector, final nominee and honorable mention to the Best Entertainment App awards 2013 ★ It includes a lot of features : custom search, browsing and managing sets and minifgures collection, downloading instructions guide, barcode scanning and so on. Here is the link on the google play page. You can find some informations and demos on the official site. If you have any difficulties, questions or ideas for the app just send me an email or post in this topic .