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  1. "This is where the fun begins!" My latest ship from the Prequel Trilogy has arrived, and it surely was a lot of fun to make: here's Obi Wan's Eta-2 Actis Interceptor from Episode III - Revenge of the Sith and The Clone Wars. This small unit consists of 281 pieces (stand included), and has one major feature: true Minifig scale! There's a handful of beautiful MOCs of this ship out there already, but most of them are based on the huge cockpit piece from the playsets, so they're drastically oversized. So here I am with a, dare I say, more accurately scaled version. It does come with a drawback, you guessed it: you can't put a fig inside. A bit ironic I know, but I chose to go for a brick-built cockpit in order to get as close to the original design as I could, prioritizing accuracy over playability, as usual. The wings were pretty challenging given the ridiculously small scale, and my goal was to have them as thin as possible without compromising the SNOT look. I'm quite happy with the result and I think this makes a nice little display piece. It's also very swooshable despite the intricate wing design. I'm usually not a fan of stickers, but I thought this one deserved some sweet markings. I used the sticker sheet from the playset - it is included in the parts list. The color scheme can be changed to red with only a few part swaps (see last page in the instructions). ► Instructions for the Eta-2 Actis Interceptor are available at Rebrickable. More pictures on my Flickr page.
  2. Simons Brick World

    [MOC] Episode 1 diorama model

    Hello there, some time ago I started to build a Star Wars diorama. It is the first diorama of this series, because I want to build all episodes. In this model are two main scenes of the first episode. On one side you see young Anakin screwing his Pod Racer on Tatooine. On the other side, you can see the battle on Naboo between Qui-Gon-Jinn and Darth Maul: If you are interested in the model, you can check it out on rebrickable at the following link: There I have posted the model with instructions.
  3. Hey guys, with the return of the clone wars I've decided to build this moc based on one of my favorite episodes of the series S2epi5. I built one moc of the AT-TE to take the especial place on the moc. Lego Star Wars MOC: Second battle of Geonosis by Lego SWBR, on Flickr Lego Star Wars MOC: Second battle of Geonosis by Lego SWBR, on Flickr Lego Star Wars MOC: Second battle of Geonosis by Lego SWBR, on Flickr
  4. This is my version of khatmorg's incredible delta-7 model (which you should view here and here http://www.eurobrick...2931&hl=delta-7) . I originally built their model as per the original build over a year ago but a few months ago I started fiddling with it and have now arrived at a point where I'm satisfied with it. It was difficult to find other ways to achieve some angles (the source is so good already!) especially in the back and as a result that area is quite fragile and use some illegal connections. Most of the changes are concerned with the bottom, spine and rear sections. I haven't been able to find a way to find a way to hide some little landing gears in the back of the wedge where it fattens out a bit yet so the ones you can see in the other photos are just attached externally. Also it is about 8 to 10 studs too long as a result of the angle of the 1x3 wedge plate, according to the rough scale I used. That isn't ideal for me as I like to scale it right to a degree, but the additional detail you can add on a bigger model is good as well. I also wanted to try an alternative solution to miniaturise the dual laser cannons, and add the other half on the bottom but haven't solved that issue either. I might pick this up again later and play with it some more but for now I'm content to reveal it. I hope all of you enjoy. Thanks to khatmorg for being so great about sharing their creation. The stand is based on sydag's method which you can see here ( It's simple and ingenious. You can view the rest of photos in the album (
  5. Hey guys, this is my mini moc (16x16) on Mustafar, it is based on the duel of episode III. Lego Star Wars: Mini MOC on Mustafar Lego Star Wars: Mini MOC on Mustafar
  6. Hey everyone, this is my MOC on Obi Wan`s arrival on Utapau, based on the scene of Revenge of the Sith. I also used a custom minifig as the Pau`an that talks to Obi wan as he arrives. Arrival on Utapau Arrival on Utapau
  7. Franklinw1234

    Lego Force Ghosts

    As everyone knows, you cannot find any force ghost figures, and they are figures that everyone wants Lego to make. So, This weekend I decided to 3D print the force ghosts from episode 6. I created Anakin, Obi Wan, and Yoda. I had to edit a few of the part designs to make them work, but in the end they turned out good. First I printed out a statue that couldn't move and drew on a face for Obi Wan (this isn't the finished one) Next I printed out a body and head for a regular figure and painted on a face for Obi Wan and printed out a Yoda head and painted it too. (Only could find a Clone Wars version, but it still looks good). Then I tried printing out legs, but the pegs for them wouldn't connect into the connector. So, I had to modify short legs so they would be longer and not have a connector, so it would not have be able to fit a peg in. As you can see I had to find the correct scaling (ones too big, ones too small). Finally I edited arms so that the hands would permanently be stuck in (just a preference). And I worked on Anakin and painted his face and drew on his scar. Out of all of them Yoda or Anakin are my favorites. Obi Wan is going to have to have a different face, because his eyes are too far up and I can't put his hair on all the way without them not showing up. I will update you guys when I fix him. This all required tons of sanding for the connections and everything, like the head peg, the legs, and arms. I'm pretty satisfied how they all turned out. I am thinking of making a Qui Gon Jinn ghost in the upcoming days. Here's pictures of each individual figure
  8. I heard about all the negative things about 75135 before it even came out, so I decided to mod it as soon as I got it. Using a bunch of extra pieces, some pieces from 75135, and one bricklink order, this is the finished product.
  9. Hey Star Wars fans. I am sure some of you already got the 2016 Obi Wan Starfighter and realized that the cockpit is pretty crap and there is no place for a lightsaber. I am also sure some people have thought of better solutions than I did but I just wanted to share what I did to fix this. With a little 1x1 stud with clasps I made a lightsaber holder below the ship. Here is a pic :)' alt='24417812182_f8949f2db8_k.jpg'>Obi Wan MOC by Vincent ST, auf Flickr[/img] I also am thinking of rebuilding this fighters center piece like annakins green interceptor (9494). Any thoughts? I am always happy to interact with people :) Thank you for reading
  10. I was bored one day, so I decided to build the 75087 Anakin's Custom Jedi Starfighter in LDD, then, I took a copy of it, changed around some colors, and pieces, and I ended up with this UPDATE: Physical build LDD versions
  11. Reekardoo

    MOC: Clone Wars

    Inspired in the 2003 Tv Animated show Clone Wars. I much prefer these cartoons to the 3D stuf made afterwards but that is more popular or better known. What do you think? Cheers!
  12. Hey SteamWars-friends This is my interpretation of how the iconic Starfighter of Obi Wan might have looked in the Victorian Ages. Entry for the SteamWars-Madness on FBTB in the semifinals against Markus. And in addition i build a fitting HyperSteam-Ring for faster travelling through the SteamWars-Univsers: More photos can be be found here. All my SteamWars build will also be displayed in Skaerbaek. Probably the only chance to see them in "real". Good luck to Markus and thanks for stopping by. Best regards Jonas