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  1. I built this and posted it almost 2 years ago and now I've finally finished rebuilding it digitally and completing instructions (with a few minor finishing touches to the build), so I thought it might warrant a whole new post after all this time! The Rogue Shadow from The Force Unleashed games, made with a total of 9200 parts and a full interior using the only floorplan in existence. The ship is just under 1m long (96.9cm) and according to it weighs in at 9.69kg. Complete with Starkiller's private Darkside focus chamber, large training room, engine/hyperdrive room, crew lounge, workshop, passenger beds, medical bay and of course a detailed flight deck and more - I've included every piece of information about the ship that I could acquire; from it's huge stygium crystal which powers the cloaking device to how many crew can live on it. This is a comprehensive, detailed build, solid enough to pick up with 2 hands - there's an awful photo of me holding the original build somewhere! Instructions available from Rebrickable:
  2. After many months of hard work here finally my last MOC has finished. MOC name: TS-PROJECT - SB00201 TIE-Silencer - Personal ship of Kylo Ren - Number of pieces: 3176 - Minifigures: 2 - Length: 74 cm - Width: 35 cm - Height: 17 cm Main features: - solid and separable structure for transport - hatch opening (90 °) - fully accessible cockpit with 90 ° screen opening - side panels that can be opened with access to the engines - preparation for lighting system (engines and interior) I attach a flickr link because I can not upload photos here... and I do not know why! :-(
  3. starwarsfan66

    [MOC] UT-60D U-Wing

    This is a small UT-60D U-wing I designed. It's 736 pieces, so I would say that it is close in size to the official U-wing set from a couple years ago. I wanted to make something that looked really clean and sleek. I tried to get it as accurate as I could as this small scale. The cockpit has room for a single pilot, and the seating bay has room for 4 people. There are 4 seats back there, but they can be taken out if need be. The way to access the interior is to simply pull off the long top portion of the model. The wings can go all the way into flight mode and back. The only thing is that there is no connection point for the wings to stay put when moving the model around. So when flying it or moving it around, one would have to have a hand next to the wing to stop it from going wherever gravity wants it to. I guess a tiny piece of tape would fix the issue, but for display purposes, I didn't consider it to be a big deal. Because I did kind of intend for this model to be a small display piece or a part of a large moc or diorama. u-wing by Rendili Bricks, on Flickr u-wing_4 by Rendili Bricks, on Flickr UntitledModel by Rendili Bricks, on Flickr UntitledModel2 by Rendili Bricks, on Flickr u-wing_2 by Rendili Bricks, on Flickr UntitledModel_2 by Rendili Bricks, on Flickr I also tried switching up the color a bit and using dark blue. I think this color scheme also turned out really well. u-wing (dark blue) by Rendili Bricks, on Flickr I also did make instructions and a parts list for this U-wing model here: Let me know what you all think!
  4. starwarsfan66

    [MOC] Z-95 Headhunter (Clone Wars)

    This is my UCS-like version of the Z-95 Headhunter from the Clone Wars. It is 937 pieces + 125 pieces for the stand. The Z-95 is a pretty sleek starfighter and I wanted to give it that clean look that it has in the Clone Wars show. I think I did a decent job at that - there are not many studs showing and the starfighter overall looks pretty sleek. I did also add in landing gear. There are 3 - one in the front and two towards the back. They can retract when you no longer need them. There is also a little slot in the bottom of the starfighter for the stand to go. There isn't actually a connection; you just place the starfighter right on top of the stand. Lego Z-95 Headhunter moc (Clone Wars) by Rendili Bricks, on Flickr z95 with stand_2 by Rendili Bricks, on Flickr UntitledModel by Rendili Bricks, on Flickr I did also make instructions/parts list if anyone was curious:
  5. starwarsfan66

    [MOC] Endor Landing Pad

    This is the endor landing pad from Return of the Jedi that I designed. I made it to fit the play-scale sets that Lego has been releasing like the AT-AT walker, TIE fighter, and Imperial Shuttle. But the UCS Imperial Shuttle does fit quite nicely on the pad as well. The whole build is a little over 7,000 pieces. The height is just right for the AT-AT walker to stand right next to one of the six hallways. The landing pad is the bulk of the cost because its mostly light bluish gray bricks which can get very expensive. The actual landing platform is about 4 studs tall, and is made up of mostly 2x4 and 2x8 bricks along with other bricks and plates as well. This helps the platform stay together. The platform rests on top of the 2 "towers". The best place to put a UCS shuttle would be right above the towers so that they can easily support the weight. But a play-scale size ship would pretty much be able to stand anywhere on the platform since it is so light. And I know that the landing pad is supposed to have 2 yellow circular outlines on it, but I left it out because doing it with bricks would have looked too blocky. Making and printing a large sticker would probably look much better and cleaner. This model would go great with an endor forest moc. I do plan to design the endor bunker and shield generator for the death star in the future. I am also currently working on a larger version of this landing platform that is more to scale with UCS builds like the Imperial Shuttle and possibly even the rumored UCS AT-AT. But there is still a lot of work that needs to be done on that so I'm not too sure yet. But anyway, here are some images of the build: pad with vehicles by ice chips, on Flickr pad with vehicles_3 by ice chips, on Flickr test_2 by ice chips, on Flickr pad with vehicles_2 by ice chips, on Flickr I made instructions for this build as well and linked them below. There are also some more images and angles of the build in them as well. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this build!
  6. starwarsfan66

    [MOC] UCS C-9979 Landing Craft

    I designed this moc a long while ago and it took me well over a month, but it was well worth it. This model is a little bit longer than 4 feet, so it would look much bigger in person. I included an army of droids in front of the craft to show just how massive it is. The only hollow part of the moc is the cargo area where droids can fit. Other than that, everything else is packed with technic bricks, technic liftarms, bricks, and plates. Everything is tightly secured together, but since the wingspan is so long, there have to be 4 supports to hold up their weight. I designed the clone wars version (light gray) and the trade federation version (brown) from The Phantom Menace. i9 by ice chips, on Flickr i1_3 by ice chips, on Flickr higher res by ice chips, on Flickr i8 by ice chips, on Flickr i1_4 by ice chips, on Flickr open doors_3 by ice chips, on Flickr top 2 by ice chips, on Flickr I did create instructions for both of these models as well in the links below. There are also more images of these models there as well. Light gray version: Brown version:
  7. shockwave_bricks

    Leave no Survivors! [S16-Kowak-TT]

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  8. shockwave_bricks

    [Kowak - S16 - TT] Seek and Destroy

    *This entry has earned 7 XP* Since our confrontation onboard the Fire Star, we had been very successful on the planet below, we had taken multiple outposts and recon points, which were all adding up to a better prepared attack on the capital. Although we had taken the majority of the stations, some rebels who'd escaped when we'd attacked had caused some issues. These were not major, as no reinforcements could be called as the Fire Star were jamming coms on the part of the planets surface, but there was the occasional attack to try and retake what was theirs. Although the last time they tried, the rebels were very unlucky. The platform that they attacked had a small military base nearby which were occupied by the special forces of our legion, these troopers signified by there blue arms and specialist armour, were elite soldiers who were to protect me and carry out special missions on whatever we were trying to achieve. When rebels attacked this next outpost, they wouldn't be returning again.
  9. *This entry has earned 6 XP* "The Moff is waiting for you." We entered the bridge onboard the star destroyer The Fire Star, approaching the grand off that would soon give us our objective and our orders. At this point the Fire Star was orbiting Kowak, a planet that had for too long accepted and helped with the attacking of imperial vessels and facilities on Kowak, and throughout the galaxy. It was time to strike back. Moff Delstee had informed me that My legion and I would be sent down to Kowak stealthily to perform and number of tasks vital to the Triumvirates overthrowing of the world. I was told that first we would be dropped off just outside the capital, in the dense forests and jungles, we were then to slowly move in undetected, taking outposts and small military bases located on the way.this meant that it would be less dangerous when we were in the capital itself and that we would be better prepared because of the supplies that we would get from them, and how well they were defended themselves. Once we had done that we were to start entering the city, taking civilian buildings and hostages as we went, once this had been achieved, we would be given our next set of orders. With our tasks assigned, we headed out towards the armoires and docking bays, getting our weapons, feeling our ships. It was time to take over Kowak.
  10. starwarsfan66

    [MOC] The Malevolence

    This is the malevolence moc from the clone wars that I designed a while ago. I guess you could call this micro-scale since the actual cruiser is just so big; 4 times longer than a Venator. At a little over 1700 pieces, I designed this moc to be a little display model. And I think it turned out quite well. I just wish the trans-pieces showed up a little bit brighter in the renders; it is kind of hard to see them. I put in some renders of the y-wings that I designed a while ago into the main image just to kind of show that amazing space battle from the beginning of season 1 of the clone wars. Overall I really liked how it turned out. Let me know what you all think! destroy the malevolence by ice chips, on Flickr UntitledModel by ice chips, on Flickr front by ice chips, on Flickr front_2 by ice chips, on Flickr back by ice chips, on Flickr I do also have a few more pictures and instructions available here if you were interested:
  11. A signal of a scout was lost near a native village. When invetigators got there, the driver was already dead. As of right now, It is still unknown weather this was a crime against the Pentastar Alignment. Report of TK-3465. Instagram:
  12. This is my collection of the Delta-7 and Delta-7B Interceptors I've designed. I made Anakin's fighter first and used that as a kind of template to create the color schemes of the rest of the starfighters. I used a combination of snot technique in the front/middle and plates & wedges on the wings to try and get a sleek looking design. image 1 by ice chips, on Flickr Untitled_3 by ice chips, on Flickr Untitled_4 by ice chips, on Flickr Untitled_5 by ice chips, on Flickr UntitledModel_3 by ice chips, on Flickr Untitled_6 by ice chips, on Flickr Untitled_5 by ice chips, on Flickr image 5 by ice chips, on Flickr I also made instructions for these as well here: This fighter is definitely bigger than what minifig scale should be. I did make retractable landing gear as well. Of course, a minifig can fit in the cockpit and an astromech sits in the middle, except for the 2 Delta 7 fighters where the built-in astromech head is on the wing. Let me know what you all think!
  13. Hello, so this is my first time posting. I made a digital moc of the Separatist Shuttle (from the clone wars show) and the Type-B Separatist Shuttle (from the clone wars citadel arc) a while ago, and I thought I'd post them here. I'm curious as to what you all might have to say. It certainly took a long time to get the design as best as I could. Separatist Transport Shuttle normal by ice chips, on Flickr backside1_2 by ice chips, on Flickr interior1 by ice chips, on Flickr interior2 by ice chips, on Flickr backside1 by ice chips, on Flickr Separatist Sheathipede Class Type-B Shuttle droid squad1_2 by ice chips, on Flickr droid squad1 by ice chips, on Flickr side angle1 by ice chips, on Flickr cargo1 by ice chips, on Flickr I believe this is how I am supposed to embed images. I have a lot more images but I think there is a limit to how much I can put here. I did also make instructions for both of these models, but I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post those here. You can find them on rebrickable if you search for the separatist shuttle. Or you can also PM me for a link as well. I haven't really seen many people do mocs for these separatist shuttles; they don't get enough love. We've seen them in plenty of clone wars episodes, and I just love the design of the shuttle and gray-dark blue color scheme. What are your thoughts on my design?
  14. TomatoSoup

    Review: 75038 Jedi Interceptor

    Hello Eurobrickers! I've been a longtime lurker here on the forums (not the creepy kind ) and i'm here to present my first post, which is a review of a set i recently bought. Here's a description from Lego S@H: Without further ado, here's the front of the box: Has the new Vader logo on top, and no piece count since i bought this set in my region (which is Asia) but it has 223 pieces according to S@H. The top, has a nice little note concerning the new spring shooters we get this wave and NEW! tags for the minifigures. The back, shows the features of the set and again showcasing the new spring shooters. Note: the background seems to be incorrect, since it depicts Mustafar and this isn't the interceptor Anakin uses to get there. Not nitpicking, just pointing it out But please correct me if i'm wrong. Enough of the box, lets get into the set itself! The numbered bags, instruction booklet and the infamous dreaded sticker sheet. A close-up of the DSS itself, with stickers of the solar panels, controls and the Open Circle Fleet insignia. Opening the first bag! Here we see the new trans-green spring shooter ammo which we seem to get in all the republic-related sets this wave, and a printed piece of the cockpit window as well as the Chosen One himself, in pieces. The first minifigure we get is none other than Anakin Skywalker! Now i'm excited, because this is my first figure of him to not have the CW-stylized face. Not sure if the face is new, with the commlink printed but the box does state that the figures are, which may just be the torso and leg printing. He also comes with a matte-chrome lightsaber hilt and a trans-blue saber. He also has a double-sided head, with this one showing the more cranky side of the Chosen One Halfway through the first bag, and we have Annie here helping out constructing the set with the Force Done with the first bag, Annie seems pleased with his work! Now onto the 2nd bag! Here we have the pieces sorted out again, and Annie can't seem to stay out of the spotlight Halfway through the build, here he is again helping out with the Force. The 2nd bag is done, Annie seems to like what we've built so far. Now onto the 3rd and final bag! There is another printed piece for the canopy of the cockpit, and it looks like Annie is building something over there himself... Ah! It's R2-D2! He has an updated head/dome piece, which we can see much more clearly in the next photo. Great printing on the body as usual, and the dome has great printing all over! Keep in mind, it's also the first R2-D2 minifigure i've gotten with these prints on the dome, the previous ones seem to only be printed near the top of the dome IIRC. The 3rd bag is finished, but little Artoo seems to have some problems getting into his socket The finished build! Top view of the Eta-2 Actis-class Interceptor or Jedi Interceptor for short, it looks pretty neat and solid! Note the little Republic insignia is also printed, and this is the set without stickers applied Side view. Back view. Here you can clearly see the misprint on the canopy, and it annoys me And finally, the bottom view. Not too pretty to look at, but no one will ever see it as long as Annie doesn't crash the ship upside down. There are also 2 clips where you can store your lightsaber hilt and...blade? Doesn't seem too safe. And that's it for the whole set! Annie and Artoo bids you farewell, and hoped you enjoyed the review the three of us put together! And the spare pieces from the set, for when you lose some or need some. A good number of lightsaber hilts The Verdict: Pros - Great build, and a much swooshable set - Detailed minifigures - A nice addition to any Clone/Jedi/Republic fleet Cons - Another set with Anakin and Artoo. Some other exclusive minifig would've been nice - Stickers, not particularly the number, but the application especially on the solar panels are easily messed up. Conclusion It's a great set for me, though it doesn't really stand out enough to be nominated for the "Set Of The Wave" award, it's still a nicely built albeit repeat of a set we've already seen and even that set had more minifigures and of course, costs much more. I can't see people buying more than one of these sets, as they contain an already existing minifgure as opposed to exclusives, which IMO is the true draw of most sets. Did i mention we've seen these minifigs and the vehicle in other sets as well? Being said, i'm not complaining, i like this set since i just love the yellow, while the previous set was green in color. Still a great set for the (low?) price $25 as opposed to earlier and bigger sets. Rating Build: 8/10 - I had fun building this set, especially the tilted wings and cockpit, and i can only hope others do too! Design: 6/10 - We've seen the Jedi Interceptor before, and there's not much of an upgrade as far as i see. Minifigures: 5/10 - Again, we've seen these guys before, though Anakin i believe has a new head with the commlink print. Playability: 7/10 - IMO a sturdy build, and can be played around with with no fear of pieces falling off, but the panels are hard to adjust symmetrically and the new spring shooters shoot far enough to poke your neighbor's eye out Parts: 6/10 - Some interesting parts, like the solar panels, but nothing we haven't seen before. Overall: 32/50 - It's a(nother) Jedi Interceptor! You could've gotten a similar set in the years before, but the lower pricing seems to make this set for me. You can buy this as a gift to your nephew, niece, children, yourself or whoever because it's affordable, and because i recommend it. Not for army building though, obviously. Extra: "Seemingly frustrated about the DSS, the young Jedi has to go through the test of patience as he now has to put them all by himself. Careful not to use anger, and goodluck Vader Annie!" Thank you for reading! I hope you enjoyed this review and feel free to leave a comment or ask questions!
  15. Hi everyone, I'm Little Brix and I started a YouTube channel last month to show off my LEGO Star Wars collection and to generally get more involved in the community. I'm an AFOL who has been collecting the Star Wars theme since it first came out 20 years ago. I'd love it if you could visit my channel and give me some support. 60+ subs and 450+ views in less than a month. You can search for me as Little Brix or copy and paste the link below. Thanks
  16. Finally finished my next LEGO SUPER SMOOTH stop motion speed build video - LEGO Star Wars - 75179 Kylo Ren's TIE Fighter. My biggest LEGO set so far.
  17. Hi there! I'm going to be posting links to my new model: The Fireball, from Star Wars resistance, the racing ship which Kaz Xiono races in the colossus. It's not the final version of the model, because I want some feedback about it to change some parts and to try to make it better. Any comment will help in the process, so please give your opinion! Bricksafe link to some images of the ship: Feel free to modify the model in your own way!
  18. This time I made super smooth stop motion build of Star Wars LEGO series - 75208 Yoda's Hut. Please Welcome.
  19. marcanadell4

    T-70 X-WING

    This is a MOC of the T-70 X-Wing from the Resistance, in both Poe Dameron's Black Leader (black and orange) and the generic fighter version (blue and grey). This MOC has been inspired not only on one but by several others creations i've found on the internet. Though i've combined several elements from these builds, most of the design is mine. Anyone willing to build this MOC or to know more about it please contact me through the comments. The main pages about this MOC are on the following links: I might post other low-resolution images in the replies. The rendered images are can be seen and downloaded on the links that I've given in the description.
  20. Here is my Let's Build for the upcoming (08/2018) #75218 X-Wing Starfighter. Enjoy!
  21. VaderFan2187

    LEGO Star Wars Quiz

    I found this amusing LEGO Star Wars quiz online. It says, "can you identify these Star Wars characters based on their LEGO minifigures?" You basically just type the names in as they give you the characters. The average score is 76% (at the time of writing). I got 100% (they are all main characters ) Link is here What score did you get?
  22. Three years ago, I bought a large amount of the exclusively new "Kashyyyk battle pack" sets. Agreed by everyone, the primary reason for these sets were the highly detailed Scout trooper, whilst lurking in the background, remained the non-cannon Kashyyyk clone trooper. Although, the value for the ordinary troop barely suffices over £5, there was a rather stranger peculiar misprint, which was briefly spotted 2 days prior construction. This misprint, annoyingly encouraged me to discard the misprint, however with conversations with Lego, a replacement was offered. Fortunately, I still have this misprinted helmet piece, where the front facing detail is reversed, meaning that the front helmet is plain, olive green, whilst the detailing is behind. Anyone have any clue, on the value behind this misprint? Please find the image attached below. Kind regards,
  23. r4canine

    [MOC] Mini Scale Rebel Ships

    Hey guys, built these mini scale rebel ships to fit with my mini scale fleet I'm building. They're roughly the same size as the standard 1:250 scale which means they should also fit with Mortesv's builds as well! In fact, I'm so happy with these MOCs, I decided to make a how to!