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  1. *Your entry has earned 5 XP (x2 for limited challenge)* 21.95 BBY ||Entry Log|| Unit: Lancer Battalion Planet of Recording: Affa After the opening battle of the war, the Lancer battalion has been dispatched to Affa, as part of the Republic’s efforts to locate the Decimator, an ancient superweapon. Alpha company has been dispatched to the outskirts of the Cybot Galactica assembling yard #327 to eliminate Droid recon detachments.
  2. Discover the Empire's finest and devour an almost unlimited range of tasty exotic meals. Salacious ribs, Rancor stew, Gungan kebab, Bantha Burger, Ewok tenderloin, or Porg skewer, there are so many new tastes to discover. Thanks to the Kuat Drive Yards AT-FS (All Tasty - Food Speeder), the Empire' savours are coming to your door. Meat the Empire by Veynom, on Flickr Meat the Empire by Veynom, on Flickr This small MOC has been made for a Food Truck contest organised by the French Brique Magazine. However it gave me the opportunity to try something different and slightly crazy. Even the speeder cockpit has an animal-like shape, while still looking similar to the famous AT-ST. Meat the Empire by Veynom, on Flickr Meat the Empire by Veynom, on Flickr Meat the Empire by Veynom, on Flickr The kitchen area is packed with tasty and delicious details. Look what is being roasted in the background. Meat the Empire by Veynom, on Flickr As usual with my builds, it is relatively playable with opening cockpit, closing side panels and good swooshability. Meat the Empire by Veynom, on Flickr Meat the Empire by Veynom, on Flickr And you, which meal would you rather try ? PS: in case you did not notice what is roasting inside ;) Meat the Empire by Veynom, on Flickr
  3. *Your entry has earned 16 XP* With both the fall of the Hutts and the Empire, former slums of Ubrikkia are seeing a thriving tourist market. The local valet keeps a steady flow of speeders shuttling tourist back and forth to experience everything the trendy industrial center has the offer. But hidden amongst the crowd is a secret coven of dedicated Imperial Mandalorian troopers. The tables have turned. They know there time is almost up and they stay hidden as much as they can, knowing that their Imperial Beskar has put serious bounties on their heads from all sides.
  4. Apr.14 2020 finalized Dear friends, here I would like to post my finalized LEGO Star Wars Clone Trooper BARC Speeder, as usual, previous MOC design post records had been folded at the end of this post. Since last MOC built of my BARC speeder, almost 1 year pass. Recently TCW S07 is on show and LEGO announced 75280 BARC and AT-RT battle pack as well. All these delightful things encourage me to finalize my BACR speeder MOC evolution tangle. Some time I just stared at the 3D model for quite a while, couldn’t figure out what’s myself prefer... During my MOC polish, there’s very good inspiration from Flickr ID Luca (a.k.a Luca s projects) BARC-speeder with sidecar (https://flic.kr/p/2gDHfAr ) . Especially in our domestic forum, a fan (贴吧用户_5AeVAaG) work out the front engine’s turbo feature within limited space. The key trick of front engine turbo feature, is the MF tool screw driver as below, for sure, per suitable color, 93094 Lipstick is also working fine. Since early of this year my AT-RT MOC evolution, I decide to abandon MF riding position, which need to disassemble MF legs, I knew lots fans feel bad on it, thus, now MF legs print is presentable To ref. the BARC Speeder database (by unusualsuspex, on deviantart), here I built this 15 stud length BARC speeder, if as normally count 3 stud = 1 meter, then just fit the MF scale :) Benefit from the radii of 26047 part, the sidecar is rotatable to display the scene from TCW S04E11. To duplicate myself BARC and AT-RT battle pack, here I combine it with my AT-RT MOC, and a fun of “fake news” leaking box is coming :p Also plus one more couple of BARC and AT-RT, it upgrades toward an “Kiros battle pack PLUS”, LOL With color scheme modified, easy to gain an EP3 91 Recon Corps BARC version. May.30 2019 updated Oct. 2018 modification Sept. 2018 first try
  5. goatman461

    [Economy] Ubrikkian Valet

    With both the fall of the Hutts and the Empire, former slums of Ubrikkia are seeing a thriving tourist market. The local valet keeps a steady flow of speeders shuttling tourist back and forth to experience everything the trendy industrial center has the offer.
  6. For a small challenge organized by Alego’s for French forum BrickPirate, to build sci-fi speeder using the rotor blade part 62743. Here are my speeders : the Sci-Fi Speeder 1.0 the Sci-Fi Speeder 2.0 the Sci-Fi Speeder 3.0 the Sci-Fi Speeder 4.0 the Sci-Fi Speeder 5.0 the Sci-Fi Speeder 6.0 More photos on Flickr album
  7. So, I'm back again with another MOC, this time I thought I'd tackle the WLO-5 Speeder Tank (aka. the Pirate Tank) seen throughout the Clone Wars by Hondo and his gang. WLO-5 Speeder Tank When I first started the design for this, it was heavily based off of screenshots since I couldn't find anything else. When I was almost finished, I realized that I had scale drawings of this thing the entire time that were included on the Blu-ray (Which I have included on my flickr). I realized almost immediately that my proportions were WAY off. So, I started from scratch. And this was the result. From the start, I wanted to try and incorporate an interior into the build, there wasn't a huge amount of space after the rebuild, but I was able to fit one in. It's not super detailed, but I was able to get the basic shapes, the driver, and most importantly fit the couch at the back, including a bottle of pirate rum. The rear hatches can open and the turret can rotate. You have to remove the turret gunner’s legs for him to fit, but given that the actual pirates legs would extend into the interior it works visually. A couple comparison photos with my Delta-7B and AAT for size. Starhawk Speeder Bike While I was at it, I thought I'd design some Pirate speeders to go with the tank. I didn't realize just how small they would be at minifig scale, so I had to simplify them quite a bit. Overall though I'm happy with the design, and by removing a few plates you can accommodate 2 riders. And a comparison to my Delta-7B. Hope you enjoy.
  8. Veynom

    [MOC] Medical Corps

    Medical Corps by Veynom, on Flickr The Medical Corps is a military unit providing medical services too all army personnel, in war and peace. The Medical corps services were formed during the Clone Wars and incorporated to the Grand Army of the Republic. The decision to create such unit was taken by the Senate of the Republic as the war started to prolongate and to expand onto a growing number of planets through the Galaxy. A majority of senators acted that then that it would be less expensive and faster to attempt “fixing battle-damaged clones” than growing more. However, and still for budgetary reasons, the future Medical Corps would be granted only second-grade equipment: modified outdated ships and speeders, old droids and equipment… Still, the Medical Corps was voted in and assigned with the task of identifying, evacuating, healing clones wounded on the various battlefields before sending them back to active duty. With the rise of the Empire, the Medical Corps was simply renamed into Imperial Medical Corps. Equipment were barely upgraded on a strict necessity basis and the overall budget did not really increase. Classified documents from the Commission for the Preservation of the New Order (COMPNOR) later revealed that showing wounded troops and casualties had to be considered as negative propaganda that could only serve any rebellion movement. Therefore appearance, size, and image of the medical care activities should keep a low-visibility profile. Armor and Gear Medical Platoon by Veynom, on Flickr Medical Corps members were first clones and as such had standard clone armors retrieved from the Grand Army surplus. Only a specific medical marking pattern based on dark red was applied to distinguish them from regular combat units. Because of the budget restrictions, not all armors were similar across the unit. HowTo: Helmets are from Clone Army customs. All minifig torsos, arms, legs and accessories have custom decals (water transfer). 614-AvA Speeder Bike Medic-Variant 614-AvA Speeder Bike Medic-Variant by Veynom, on Flickr Several types of speeder bikes, including 614-AvA types, were used by the Medical Corps after an adequate painting job was performed to add the medical logo and standardize markings. Several container crates were also generously lent to the Medical Corps. Rumours from the field report that often, speeders, crates, and other equipment were simply recycled from various battlefields and repaired for active duty inside the Medical Corps HowTo: The speeder bike is a MOD from the 75090 set while the crate is a recolouring of the 75141 crate. The crate can be attached to the speeder. The medical logo is a custom decal (water transfer) Medivac Platoon in action by Veynom, on Flickr QH-6 LAVr Medilance QH-6 LAVr Medilance by Veynom, on Flickr The LAVr QH-6 chariot is a multi-functional speeder universally exploited by various ground forces as a light transport vehicle. The Medilance variant has been adapted to medical care and can carry one stretcher. QH-6 LAVr Medilance by Veynom, on Flickr HowTo: MOC with custom decals inspired by the old LL-924 design. The root can be opened to add or remove the pilot. Several accessories can be moved inside to simulate medical activities. The stretcher easily slide in and out. Medivac Speeders by Veynom, on Flickr Sheathipede-class Medivac Shuttle Sheathipede-class Medivac Shuttle by Veynom, on Flickr Several old separatist Sheathipede shuttles were retrofitted into medivac shuttles. These could carry up to two wounded troopers on stretchers, a droid (often a EG-6 Power droid to power medical devices), and the pilot. Medivac Sheathipede back by Veynom, on Flickr Medivac Sheathipede top by Veynom, on Flickr HowTo: MOD based on the 75170 Phantom set. 8 studs longer, with custom decals (water transfer), additional details and greeble, detailed interior and place for a custom power droid. Medical Corps by Veynom, on Flickr All vehicles have playable features (opening compartments, rotating devices…). They are all highly swooshable and quite sturdy. So, what is your favourite element of this Medical Corps ? · The custom medic minifigs · The Speeder bike · The Medilance speeder · The Sheatipede Medivac shuttle · Gonky, the power droid I’m now considering building a capital ship for the Medical Corps. Maybe a Pelta-class or something more exotic. Ideas welcome …. Size matters not. Comments, remarks and constructive criticisms are most welcome.
  9. obijon

    [MOC] MINIs from Solo

    See replies in this thread for NEW models - I have consolidated all models from Solo from other topics in to one thread (I had time on my hands during lockdown!) Models in this thread - CONVEYEX TRANSPORT TIE/rb HEAVY STARFIGHTER AT HAULER KESSEL RUN MILLENNIUM FALCON FIRST LIGHT YACHT M-68 LANDSPEEDER (HAN's) A-A4B TRUCKSPEEDER (MOLOCH's) IMPERIAL ARRESTOR CRUISER CONVEYEX TRANSPORT Hello again everyone. To celebrate the DVD release of Solo I present my MINI version of the Conveyex transport. It took me a while to get the overall shape without the cars becoming too wide. There are technic bricks and bricks with studs on the side in the middle of the model and slopes, plates and tiles arranged on the exterior in such a way so that they all interact to hold the little models together. At first I was just going to build the front engine and caboose (like the system scale model) but then I decided to do both top and bottom once I worked out how I could attach both sides to the track! The track is simply tiles and plates and the bottom engine and container are attached by inverting bricks with studs on the sides at the bottom of the two modules. I really enjoyed building this and am really pleased with how this one turned out. Now to watch the movie for the first time! Let me know what you think. Jon The model is below and here is a link to the Solo gallery (when public).
  10. Antha

    Speeder by Antha

    For a small challenge organized by Alego Alego on the French forum Brickpirate, I created a series of speeder, the constraint was minimal, it was necessary to use some parts, mainly the pale 62743. I created a first one quite classical and then I diverted the idea. Here are my speeders : Speeder by Galerie d'Antha, sur Flickr Speeder bird by Galerie d'Antha, sur Flickr Speeder dragon by Galerie d'Antha, sur Flickr
  11. Hi, check out my contest entry into Lego ideas contest - "Build An Epic Ride For The Future!" More photos on my flickr Enjoy!
  12. Ute Speeder As a scavenger, Tygio Landrew needs a proper vehicle to transport the gartered parts and machines. The Ute Speeder does it well. This speeder is based of a concept atr, that I've found online: I really like the design of this vehicle and made it in form was quite challenging. Here are some of the building techniques:
  13. CommanderJonny1

    [MOC] Rebel Munitions Speeder (& Crane)

    "We got two hours to load those bombers! Move it!" -Rebel ordinance supervisor The Rebel Munitions Speeder is a ubiquitous repulsorlift vehicle within the hangers and warehouses of the Rebel Alliance. Designed to cart cargo and personnel efficiently around Rebel bases, it's equipped with a primary wedge-shaped speeder that is controlled by a single driver and can hold a 3x4 crate in its bed, two pilots or technicians on the side, and is used to pull cargo carts behind it (in a similar way to a train). Although the amount of carts being pulled varies, it usually maxes out to three or four for efficiency reasons. Although more can be added, this would require additional puller speeders, and I have not made one with a connection at both the front and back- though it wouldn't take much to modify one. The carts being pulled can carry pilots to their craft, soldiers to ships or assembly points, cargo to various locations, and munitions to be loaded or stored; they're also equipped with clips to hold chains or tethers, and the side panels can be lifted up to help access the repulsorlifts or be raised to form a small bridge. SW Rebel Munitions Speeder #1 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Rebel Munitions Speeder #2 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Rebel Munitions Speeder #3 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr The bomb rack is the same as the one in the 2016 Y-wing, just recolored. SW Rebel Munitions Speeder #5 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr With the bomb rack as a basis, I designed a similar missile rack. Although not shown in this picture, you can fit three more missiles in between the four shown here. In addition, the pinhole brick is there so this can be laid down on a bed of some speeder 'truck' via a stud, or swing from a technic pin; the modified tile on top is there for a similar purpose, being either clipped into place, or being hung from a hook- this is all to give some more options. SW Rebel Munitions Speeder #4 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Although not technically part of the 'set', the crane was developed alongside the munitions speeder, and is meant to be used in conjunction with it. This was originally just an enlarged version of the crane from the 2016 Y-Wing set, with it later being changed to fit my tastes, and using parts from two of those cranes. This repulsorlift vehicle is fairly quick, and has two arms. The secondary arm in the back can be made bigger, though this may necessitate a redesign; currently it's used to pull things behind it or hang small things off its hook to be hauled around. The modified tile on the back arm can be detached and used to both move weapon racks on and off the cargo carts, as well as move astromech droids up into starfighters. SW Rebel Munitions Speeder #6 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Rebel Munitions Speeder #7 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Here's some rough pictures of the munitions speeder and the crane. SW Rebel Munitions Speeder #1(R) by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Rebel Munitions Speeder #2(R) by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr If you want to build this for yourselves, here's the instructions: https://drive.google.com/open?id=11u-Y0sUKkJ-tCg6gHOvNngsbRYxv6Hwd As always, any feedback would be much appreciated And may the Force be with you, always.
  14. Hello again everyone This time I present my last (I can’t think of anything else to build?) model from Solo – Han’s Landspeeder. Han Solo acquired his overpowered Mobquet M-68 Landspeeder under circumstances he doesn’t care to explain. 😉 The M-68 is a favorite of Corellian speeder enthusiasts, as its repulsorlift generator is easily modified and overcharged. This was quite a tricky little build to keep the overall shape and sleekness in this scale. It is supposed to resemble a sports car after all. The first problem I came across was the windshield. 1x1 clear cheese slopes looked too small and the 1x2 panel was just too upright and looked terrible. In the end I managed to use some slopes which have been turned on their ends. They are attached using bricks with a stud on the side and a tile on the studs of the slopes. Luckily it fits perfectly in the space for them. Another part was the “spoiler” at the back. Luckily those new 1x1 brackets came in dark blue! Then the engines. I went through a few different versions before finally using this: https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=11458&C=63#T=C&C=63 These pieces are then attached using 2 headlight bricks in the main body of the model and then attaching another 2 to these to be able to attach the above piece. Anyway, I think this model looks pretty good if I do say so myself, nice and sleek! Hope you like it. Jon
  15. CommanderJonny1

    [MOC] Rebel Scorpius Mk II

    "The Mark I was a stopgap; the Mark II is a workhorse." -Rebel Alliance Officer I'm back with the Scorpius line of Multi-Role Vehicles, this time with the Mk II. I am working on a Mk III, though I don't know if I'll finish it or not; and even if I did, there probably won't be a Mk IV as there's only so much I can do with one overarching deign. Another point is that this is the largest version I was reasonably able to make with the bracket construction. As a result, there is a weakness in the 'tracks' area, as the main connection points between the sides and the bottom/chassis is at the front and the back. The versions with seats and/or equipment crossing the middle also help with the problem; this means that the Mk IIC is the weakest structurally (this makes a little sense in context). As opposed to the original Scorpius, which put everything on what was essentially the same hull/chassis, the Mk II's four different variants have noticeably different makeups, while still adhering to the same general design style. Sidenote- each variant (mainly the pictures) will be put into a spoiler section to try and minimize the size of the post. The first (and base) version of the Mk II is the Mk IIA, which functions as a standard (medium) armored vehicle. This version is the most versatile, being able to carry troops or cargo while still functioning in its main role as a front line combatant. The modularity of the Scorpius line is expanded in the Mk II, with the 'A' model having twice as many attachments as the Mk I, as well as multiple different configurations for its secondary armament. While some of these attachments are the same (or otherwise larger/upgraded versions of the previous ones), there are some new ones; a few of the attachments were thought of for the Mk I, but were deemed to be too big and therefore implemented on the Mk II. Another advantage of the Mk II is the fact that all of the attachments can be taken off and put in fixed positions (or turret emplacements) if need be, such as in the case of needing to quickly create fortifications. The second variant, the Mk IIB, is a 'Command & Communications Vehicle' that can be used to either coordinate Rebel forces (whether other Scorpii or not) or function in the Electronic Warfare role. The secondary armament is lighter to compensate for the increased weight of the sensor equipment and other additions. Powerful sensors were installed, and while both of the rear positions had their specialization, they could operate in the other's role in a secondary capacity during emergencies (with some modifications). Due to its sensitive nature and lack of heavy armament, the design focuses on survivability, with increased armor protection as well as canister launchers that can create smoke clouds to facilitate escape. The third variant, the Mk IIC, is a troop/cargo carrier; the gunner's position is removed and the main armament is replaced with manned turrets. Although these turrets are a bit exposed, the turrets can also be remotely activated by the driver. There are two versions of the Mk IIC, a lighter and heavier version, though both function in the same role. The two turrets that the 'C' model is equipped with is one with a Heavy Repeating Blaster, and one with a pair of twin missile launchers (as well as a communication array). The final variant, the Mk IID, is a Self-Propelled Gun/Artillery; the gunner's position is enhanced, and a Sensor Operator position is added right behind. As with the CCV, the Mk IID has a lighter secondary armament (and canister launchers), in this case to compensate for the larger main armament. This variant has a crew of four- a driver, a gunner, a Sensors Operator, and a spotter; the commander of the vehicle can either be the spotter or the Sensors Operator. Some 'D' models operate without the fourth crew member, and instead carry one or two 2x2 boxes. This is a decently sized vehicle, and as such it would fit the main spot in a battle line; the Mk I would be more of a scout or escort, while the Mk III (if ever finished) would be more of a support/assault/breakthrough vehicle. If you'd like to see a Mk III or not, say so (design suggestions would be welcomed as well). If you want to build these for yourselves, here's the instructions: Scorpius Mk IIA - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1WIH1HYCXpS7h2m0WsNKKExUv2-SIxYzy Scorpius Mk IIB, C, & D - https://drive.google.com/open?id=13pjbkONitA_VE1z-zBAMXfB0mM5-0dy2 As always, any feedback would be much appreciated!
  16. CommanderJonny1

    [MOC] Officer's Speeder

    This isn't much of a MOC, but I think it fulfills a needed role. This floater/speeder was made for the purpose of ferrying dignitaries or other high ranking personnel around bases. While not a combat vehicle, it can operate in an observational role. Two fairly powerful thrusters can propel the floater out of danger or to its destination quickly, while its two cargo boxes contain macrobinoculars and blaster pistols for the occupants' use (either in self defense or in support of others). While not intended as one, this vehicle can be easily converted into a light cargo hauler; this would supplement the sometimes overtaxed Rebel vehicles in moving around supplies and material. SW Officer's Speeder #1 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Officer's Speeder #2 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Officer's Speeder #3 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr While regular soldiers have their own transports, some times you just need to get somewhere fast. SW Officer's Speeder #4 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Officer's Speeder #5 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Officer's Speeder #6 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Here's some rough shots of the vehicle: SW Officer's Speeder #1(R) by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Officer's Speeder #2(R) by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr If anyone wants to build this themselves, here's the instructions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iFO6gQFDdLmDCi7ibU1wXWmd8qype5iX/view?usp=sharing Again, any feedback would be appreciated!
  17. CommanderJonny1

    [MOC] Scorpius Mk IB & C

    Usually for something like this (i.e. a derivative of a design) I would put the other versions in the same post as the original, but in this case I only thought of doing a modification of my Scorpius MRV while I was working on its successor. After I went through that design, I went back and retroactively built the following versions of the original. Think of these additions as something akin to the Creator X-in-1 sets; in this case, a base model and the subsequent retooling that the Rebels did to add even more versatility to their arsenal. Here's the Mk IB-1; it's essentially the same as the 'A' model, although it would allow a commander/officer to stand in the middle. SW Scorpius Mk IB-C #1 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Next is the Mk IB-2, the Communications/Electronic Warfare vehicle based off the Mk IB-1. SW Scorpius Mk IB-C #2 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr After that is the Mk IC-1, the troop/cargo carrier. Although not very effective due to its small size, it can still fit three 2x2 boxes, or up to three soldiers comfortably (you might be able to stuff a fourth in if they were standing up, but three is advisable). In addition, the tail mounted blaster cannon is operated by the pilot/driver, however it can be put on a lower mount so that the soldier in the back can man it; this blaster cannon is also meant to be removed if necessary (being taken by the soldiers to use in an attack). SW Scorpius Mk IB-C #3 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Last is the Mk IC-2, a slightly bigger version of the Mk IC-1. This can hold four boxes, or up to four soldiers (as before, you might be able to stuff an extra one in). SW Scorpius Mk IB-C #4 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr If you want to build this for yourself, here's the instructions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qjOejLkC8vBtY-OSVEAHEsZPiJV0w4KA/view?usp=sharing And again, any feedback would be appreciated.
  18. CommanderJonny1

    [MOC] Scorpius MRV

    "Have a problem? Just MRV it!" About a year ago, I got the Jawa battlepack (mainly to get a 'new' astromech for my rebel forces). I promptly scrapped the sandcrawler for pieces, mostly to help build my Bluecoat gunboat. This still left me with some Technic liftarms and and quite a few 1x2 brackets. I decided to use them to create a Rebel vehicle, specifically some kind of crane to lift astromechs into the my Y-Wings. It was only after I had built it that I came to realize it didn't exactly fit the role right, and so I added a couple of heavy blaster cannons to make it into a sort of combat recovery vehicle. I also wasn't exactly sure if I should label it a speeder or a tracked vehicle, or some kind of combination of both (though I am sort of leaning towards the last one). Even after this, I still wasn't completely satisfied, and so I went ahead and adapted it into a full-on combat vehicle with some light blaster cannons. I really warmed to the idea since my Imperials had multiple heavy and light vehicles, while the Rebels only had a couple of speeder bikes for any battle scenario. Going with the idea that the Rebels were resourceful and seemingly modified the living daylights out of everything, I went ahead and started other attachments. I couldn't make anything big, but I wanted to make sure the Rebels had some kind of decent firepower. Thus the Scorpius Multi-Role Vehicle was born. Originally, I called it the 'Scorpio' (for various reasons, but of course mainly for the shape), though I settled on 'Scorpius' because I wanted 'Scorpio' to be the label of a more 'real world' MOC. The heavy blaster cannons can be replaced with missile launchers [spring shooters] or grenade launchers [stud shooters] for various configurations, though I feel that the original configuration is the better one. SW Rebel Scorpius MRV (Multi-Role Vehicle) #1 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr The quad-blaster cannon is probably my favorite attachment. It can be folded up for storage, and is great for an anti-infantry or anti-aircraft role. SW Rebel Scorpius MRV (Multi-Role Vehicle) #2 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr I kind of feel that the missile launcher is a bit clunky, but I also think it's the best I could do for the small size requirement. I started with something similar to what's on the 2015 Hailfire droid, and then went through a few iterations before settling on the final one (I thought that the one where I had the launchers attached to the sides of the mount looked the best, but it was impractical because of the above size requirement). I also considered a Calliope style launcher, but again, it would be too big. SW Rebel Scorpius MRV (Multi-Role Vehicle) #3 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr For the various weapons attachments, I made a goal to make sure I had at least three types- a blaster cannon, a missile launcher, and some kind of ion weapon. The main reason is force distribution (an ion weapon would kind of even the playing field a bit). This actually stumped me for a while, as any ion gun I could think of would be way too large- indeed it would be more of an artillery piece/base defense turret than anything that could feasibly be placed on anything smaller that an AT-AT or a ship. I looked up some ion cannon turrets, and decided to use the NX-7 as inspiration, as it was (or at least looked) kind of small. The result of that effort became the Imperial version; I redesigned it a bit, and ended up with the below as the final product. SW Rebel Scorpius MRV (Multi-Role Vehicle) #5 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Finally, we have the original attachment: an electromagnetic crane. This can be folded up as well, even when attached to the rest of the build. SW Rebel Scorpius MRV (Multi-Role Vehicle) #4 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr And here's just some rough shots of a Scorpius ambushing an Imperial Cargo Speeder. SW Rebel Scorpius MRV (Multi-Role Vehicle) #1(R) by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Rebel Scorpius MRV (Multi-Role Vehicle) #2(R) by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Rebel Scorpius MRV (Multi-Role Vehicle) #3(R) by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr If anyone wants to build this themselves, here's the instructions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1p-vc92bWUDP7EzSOOKz6FyKbGDa-kD9u/view And again, any comments/suggestions/feedback would be appreciated.
  19. CommanderJonny1

    [MOC] Imperial Cargo Speeder

    The catalyst behind me making this was simple- I had a pair of Imperial Hovertanks that I wanted to use in a more combat-oriented context. Therefore, I needed to make something that was a low level hauler (i.e. something like a flatbed truck, at most a few studs off the ground) capable of holding two of Lego's Kyber crystal containers. I remembered from some older books that in the EU, they had 'floats'- basically small speeders capable of even going inside buildings. This inspired me to make a small cab attached to a low flat bed, going back to the 'truck' mentioned above. While the bed is exposed except for the side railings and the rear ramp, I wanted the bed to have at least nominal protection, hence putting heavy doors when doors aren't particularly needed. I also forwent a wide open windscreen for a smaller enclosed one for similar reasons. The idea behind this is that A) the pilot/driver would be protected from rocks and debris, and perhaps even shrapnel (protection from small arms is up in the air); and B) the cab area can be separated from the rest of the speeder (specifically the bed) and be used on other vehicles. SW Imperial Cargo Speeder #1 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Imperial Cargo Speeder #3 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Imperial Cargo Speeder #5 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Imperial Cargo Speeder #2 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr SW Imperial Cargo Speeder #4 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Another function is as a small squad transport (Filing Out at Bay 10). Other uses could be placing a crane or some kind of weapon in the back. I'm not sure if a communications center would be a good fit or not. Also, with other things besides cargo or troops in the back, the rear ramp can be removed. I'm sure the bed can also be extended without it be overly long as well. SW Imperial Cargo Speeder #6 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr A rough picture of the ICS being ambushed by the Scorpius MRV (coming soon). SW Rebel Scorpius MRV (Multi-Role Vehicle) #3(R) by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Any feedback/comments would be appreciated.
  20. After I spent some time relaxing here, on Tatooine, it's time to work. I've found a decent job last week and I collected some information about it: The target is a Rodian named Eaklo Khzecez. He was a racing pilot, he did mostly podracing, but also did speeder bikes races too. He was sponsored by the Hutts, it meant that he had to do what he was told. Towards the end of his career he had to lose more and more times and he was satisfied with this. On his last race, instead of losing he won it. As later it turned out, he betted himself. He grabbed the money and disappeared with it. Since then he's probably traveling around the planet on his speeder, but no one has able to find him already. Until now... Eaklo Khzecez - Haku? (What?) Eaklo Khzecez - Ting cooing koo soo ah. (I've got the credits.) Bohr Gotta - Mala tram pee chock makacheesa. (You should have paid him when you had the chance.) Eaklo Khzecez- Ah'chu apenkee? (Who are you?) Bohr Gotta - Mee jewz ku! (Goodbye!)
  21. ShadowWolfHount

    [MOC] Sith and Jedi Battle Packs

    So I went and made my own version of battle packs relating to the Sith and Jedi, sense I think those two would be good for those who want to recreate the battle in the Jedi Temple from the old republic or anything that a person need to build a army of Sith or Jedi for. Sith Battle Pack 98 pieces (minifigure 20 pieces, weapon 10 pieces, speeder 64 pieces and 4 studs) 4 minifigures (2 sith apprentice, 1 sith master and 1 sith lord (Sith Pureblood)) Model: “Now here’s the most original thing for a battle pack… a speeder” Do to the sith having lightsabers (though this pack could be the first outside of the superhero theme to have the super jumper), it’s best for the model to at least have stud shooter. While pretty much no one care about the model in battle packs and only want minifigures for army building, I wanted this battle pack to be different of having contraction parts which I think gave off a good shape for the speeder of using those 3 ultrabuild pieces though I wouldn't say the same with the tip of using those Exo-Force arms and small claw. With the use of these parts, the wings and front parts can move to find some sort of way to pose it. Jedi Battlepack 106 pieces (minifigure 20 pieses, weapon 8 pieces, Dwarf Spider Droid 39 (x2 78)) 4 minifigures (Jedi Master, 2 Jedi Knights, Padawan) Model: After I made a Sith battle pack a few months back, it would make sense for me to make a Jedi Battle Pack. But instead of a speeder for them, it’s an enemy model of the Dwarf Spider Droid, but instead of having a stud shooter, it have the ‘Power Blast’ piece that mostly been used in the Superhero theme. The head of the droid can turn, but not a full 360 do to the legs. Speaking the the legs, originally they were going to be hinge pieces, but they didn’t work so I went with the Exo-Force Arms that was used in the 2008 Dwarf Spider Droid (set 7670). Do to the size of them compare to other battle pack model, looking too small and may cost lesser than $10. So instead of building a different model, this would have 2 of them that can build up someone droid army with some Dwarf Spider Droids.
  22. Just realized I haven't posted a film here in a while. Might as well change that! A Stormtrooper gets into a little trouble... My first attempt at melding live action and stop-motion animation. It was made for a compilation of funny videos that had a tight deadline, and so is a bit rushed. However, I hope you enjoy it anyway.
  23. Cylo

    [MOC] Z-4 Speeder Bike

    Hi all, today I present to you my take on the Z-4 speeder bike. This is mainly a mod of 75133 rebel battle pack but that speeder is oversized and I wanted to scale it down. I hope you like it! Here is the canon appearance of the speeder: Suggestions and constructive criticism are welcome!
  24. Here's a small rendition of the police spinner from Blade Runner 2049. I wanted to build it almost completely in metallic silver, which wasn't so easy capturing the shape properly. The gun on the top is inspired by some concept art like this one. In the movie there's a drone instead integrated into the vehicle. Hope you like it :) Best, Johannes