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  1. Hey guys, let me introduce you to my latest MOC, I really want to know what you think of it. Now this is my first Supercar, cause I usually build trial trucks and tanks. The source of my inspiration was the amazing Porsche 918 Spyder, which I wanted to convert to a solar-electric hybrid car. First of all, I tried to keep the proportions and details of the real model. Then, I struggled to integrate the solar panel and make it work and look good, thus becoming the first Lego Technic solar supercar to date. I’ve built it in the 1:10 scale, fully RC, driven by 2 L motors, has a motorized 4-speed sequential gearbox, advanced suspension geometry on both axles. Doors and hood open, has an adjustable spoiler, matching trolley, wiper, mirrors, head lamps, tail lights, brake calipers, and also a detailed interior featuring a working steering wheel, central console with GPS, gauges and pedals, the works :) Full specs: Weight: 1950g Size: 50 x 22 x 13 cm Transmission: 2 L motors (AWD) Steering: M motor (working steering wheel) Gearbox: M motor Solar acceleration: M motor Control: 2 IR receivers Power: 2 AAA battery boxes + solar panel Front axle suspension: double wishbone Back axle suspension: multi-link suspension Manual functions: hood, doors, wiper, spoiler Features: brake calipers, mirrors, head lamps, tail lights Stickers: custom-made But enough talk, I will let the photos and video speak for themselves. Sorry for the poor quality video, this is my first time I actually did any editing :) If you want to see the rest of the photos (93 in total), please see my Flickr album: https://www.flickr.c...57668871336033/ Thanks for your time, have a great day :)
  2. Captain Nemo

    MOC: Solar Superman vs. Doomsday

    Solar Suit Superman vs. Doomsday Donning his Solar Suit to enhance the sun’s rays and his own power, Superman flies into battle with his greatest and most dangerous foe yet: Doomsday! This was a commission build by Power Brick; a customizer team; who provided me with their new Solar Suit Superman (Bricklink/Ebay) to use in this creation. It is inspired both by the figure, and the figure’s source: that of the Death of Superman storyline from the comics/film. Doomsday is based off his apperance in Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. Enjoy! ~Nemo
  3. Hey, I was really busy over the last months and wasn't able to build any models in my free time. But luckily I get paid to build at work where we made several projects over the last year. One of the major tasks was to build a model to display several options to generate and store electricity. Some of you may are familiar with Isogawas great GBC "smartcommunity" and we wanted to transform this idea into a real working power generator. Therefore we used ten Renewable Energy Add-On Sets (9688) and four NXT 2.0 to control everything. The video is in german, an english translation will follow soon, as well as a pictorial overview on my blog. Hope you like it. Best regards, laix