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  1. My first ever true Minifig-scale ship is finally here, and what better model to start with than the sleek BTL-B Y-Wing from The Clone Wars series. Being 23 meters long in universe, this accurately Minifig-scaled MOC is quite a unit: 57 cm long, 1,6 kg, 2,954 pieces. It can accommodate two clone pilots - one in the cockpit, the other in the turret. The model is available in three versions: classic (yellow), Rex's (blue), and red. With a spaceship of this kind, the main challenge is to achieve a level of smoothness and fluidity that gets as close to the original as possible. Using the Battlefront II model as a reference, my goal here was to closely match all key features of the ship: the subtle downwards angle on each side of the body, the curvy and tapered front section, the continuous yellow stripes that run across the entire fuselage, the intricate middle-section... and for such a smooth ship, going full SNOT (from top to bottom!) goes without saying. The T-shaped body of Y-Wings usually allow for simplistic structures, but in this case, figuring out the internals was one of the truly head-scratching parts of the build, since I had to properly incorporate angled fuselage assemblies and make a proper interior for Minifigs. Even so, the model is very swhooshable and can be grabbed from the underside, from the rear or even from both wings. Each color variant is accompanied by its specific set of instructions and parts list, giving you the freedom to build the one you prefer. The ship has two display modes, "in-flight" with its fully removable stand, and "landed" with retractable and easy-to-connect landing gear. The swooshing can begin. ► Instructions for the BTL-B Y-Wing are available at BrickVault! More pictures on my Flickr page.
  2. MOC of the Flarestar-class Attack Shuttle, a saucer-like craft used by Hondo Ohnaka's Weequay pirate gang. Sometimes also referred to as Penumbra-class Attack Shuttle. It showed up in season 1, transporting the captive Count Dooku, and in season 5. The ship in Lego form has been scaled down slightly, to system-scale, to make use of certain rounded pieces. The canopies open up, and two front boarding ramps lead up to them. These ramps can fold out but an extension has to be added for the stairs to reach the ground. There is also the main boarding ramp in the rear that can open up, leading to the main cargo hold with space for one figure, and folding landing gear (when displaying the model with a clear brick as support, the landing gear also needs extensions). More images are on my Flickr:
  3. April 2023 Update: I've made some changes to the Midi Republic Gunship, more info further down and on the Rebrickable page, here's a quick comparison and below is my original post. May 2022 Original Post: I've wanted an LAAT of my own for a long time, I missed the opportunity to get one of the Lego sets during my dark-ages and have absolutely nowhere to put a UCS sized pile of plastic, so I thought I'd continue the midi-scale thing and try to make something bookshelf friendly. This isn't intended to be any particular scale, just roughly the same size as the midi-sized Slave 1 (75312) with room for figures and strong enough to be played with. The cockpit bubble looks oversized and there’s obviously only one of them so I had to throw accuracy to the wind there, but I’ve squeezed in as many other recognisable details as I could. The roof opens up to allow access to the cockpit which has just enough room for two Clone Troopers/Pilots to get cozy. There’s a small weapons locker in the area between the front hatches, though it' mostly for decoration as its very hard to acces, and the side doors hinge outwards and fold back so that four Clones can be seated inside. There isn't enough headroom to have them hanging by a handrail but some fearless perching before deployment is definitely doable. Finally I squeezed a stupidly small BARC speeder up the back end of the ship. Overall the Republic Gunship is a 28cm long (including the guns), 27cm wide and weighs 410g. Instructions are on Rebrickable, I've only used common and cheap parts so the whole MOC with stand will cost around £45 for the 608 pieces. And here's my other midi-scale efforts.
  4. *Your entry has earned 7 XP* Commanders and Generals need the best possible information about enemy positions for their proper decisions. Recon units, such as ARF Troopers, can find all hidden droid outpost, by approaching they unnoticed. During the battles on Exodeen, ARF troopers were scattered among the ruins of the buildings of the old city, to locate separatist patrols and convoys. "These clone troopers were often tasked with scouting out the enemy position on the battlefield. Although stealthy and well-trained, recon troopers' duties differed from that of Clone Commandos or Advance Recon Commandos as their focus was on gathering information about the enemy or carrying out surprise attacks."
  5. 75537 Darth Maul will be released in 2018. I'm very excited to get this figure, but he's going to be the standard TPM version. That means he's the same ol' humanoid figure with standard black pieces and limbs. I was kinda hoping he would be the cyborg version from The Clone Wars, so I decided to build one myself in Lego Digital Designer: LDD MOC: Lego Star Wars Buildable Figure Cyborg Darth Maul 8 by Jek Porkchops, on Flickr He is made using mostly parts in existing colours, so I have the option of BrickLinking the parts if I decide to build him (and Maul's head sculpt will be released eventually). Some changes from these pictures will be made if I were to physically make him however: *The upper leg armour will be made using the 2016 Star Wars upper leg armour shells, as they have the perfect shape. They were however unavailable in LDD. Also, both the SW and 8M shells don't yet exist in dark bluish grey, so I might have to use black SW shells with custom grey stickers on them, or wait until they do exist. *The real one will have the regular lightsaber blade piece, but it was unavailable in LDD, so I used a substitute in the pictures. *The chest armour does not exist in regular red (without printing), so I could opt for a black version with custom red stickers. *I might make custom stickers of the black and red patterns for the torso piece, the chest and the upper arms. LDD MOC: Lego Star Wars Buildable Figure Cyborg Darth Maul 1 by Jek Porkchops, on Flickr I designed it as if it would be an official Lego set, so I had a lot of 'constraints' to work with because it also had to be sturdy and stable. While I by no means have any idea what the precise constraints are when designing such a set, I think there are are only a few things that would not make it if it were to be finalised: *The lightsaber hilt would probably be of the standard design, but I modified mine to look more like Maul's *The 'ribs' that hold his upper body in place are probably a little too fragile for little kids, but I think they are strong enough to be physically built, and I kept them this way because they are crucial to the overall look. LDD MOC: Lego Star Wars Buildable Figure Cyborg Darth Maul 2 by Jek Porkchops, on Flickr The 4M half beam is where it all began, as it is perfect for the shape of the mechanical detail in front of his stomach. I also like the light bluish grey peeking though, as it too is accurate. I wasn't able to make the 'ribs' round though, so that's something to improve upon. I also think the hip section should look a little more curved around the joints, but I do like the 'crotch' section as is. The hip / upper leg articulation is a little limited, like the K-2SO set, but not a lot. LDD MOC: Lego Star Wars Buildable Figure Cyborg Darth Maul 3 by Jek Porkchops, on Flickr I am very satisfied with the leg design, as it is proportionally accurate and pretty detailed. I have chosen DBG over gunmetal, because while gunmetal might look better, most of the parts used here aren't available in that colour and it looks very matte in the show anyway, not as shiny as gunmetal. Plus, the Lego figure from 2013 has a DBG lower body as well. The lower legs are made with a lot of system parts to create the shaping and the details. They are placed around a Technic axle that runs all the way through. LDD MOC: Lego Star Wars Buildable Figure Cyborg Darth Maul 4 by Jek Porkchops, on Flickr The toes are fully articulated using mini ball joints. The middle piece only has 3 ball joints, so I had to find a different way to add a fourth tow. In the end, this reduces its mobility, but it makes it more stable as the figure can securely lean on at least one toe per foot. Maul is posed similarly, with the hind toe extended back, in many of the official images. LDD MOC: Lego Star Wars Buildable Figure Cyborg Darth Maul 5 by Jek Porkchops, on Flickr The 1x2 plates on the backs of the lower legs represent details as well. The arms are very standard. I used a black bone on the forearm to subtly distinguish the gloves from the mechanical parts, and because Maul's elbows look mostly black. I wish the official Lego figures would return to this type of elbow joint, as the B-joints are very restrictive. LDD MOC: Lego Star Wars Buildable Figure Cyborg Darth Maul 6 by Jek Porkchops, on Flickr His back mostly consists of system elements. Maybe the shoulder blades could use some stickers as well. Sadly, I wasn't able to cover up the Technic pieces and that dreaded blue pin on his lower back, without making him too bulky. LDD MOC: Lego Star Wars Buildable Figure Cyborg Darth Maul Custom Torso by Jek Porkchops, on Flickr His torso is completely custom, because it needed to be 1M longer than a standard torso (underneath the torso ball attachment point), both proportionally and to make more room for the mechanical 'ribs' and the custom hips. I started out with three glatorian necks as the neck and shoulders, and with the torso ball connector. It was very difficult go make it stable enough, as there were a lot of pin connections that had to be doubled up with axle connections, all within a limited space, but the end result is as sturdy as most custom Bionicle 2016 torso's. I have to wait and see before I order any actual parts, as the design can probably be optimised a bit more. Also, I hope the Maul headsculpt will work well with this MOC. I might have to change some parts to dark red after seeing what 75537 looks like. So that's it. I hope you liked it :) Please leave some constructive feedback if you want. Bonus creepy mock-up Darth Maul head: LDD MOC: Lego Star Wars Buildable Figure Cyborg Darth Maul with creepy head by Jek Porkchops, on Flickr
  6. My first official brickfilm, I've worked on it for a while now, i hope you enjoy Ive posted the republic base seen in the film here, @LegoRacer1 it took a while, but here it is. I hope you enjoy it.
  7. pittpenguin123

    Non-Anime TCW eyes

    Im hate mixing those anime eyes with normal lego eyes and I know others do, Ahsoka Tano Hondo Ohnaka Aayla Secura Ki-Adi-Mundi Shaak-Ti more to come
  8. Selling The Clone Wars minifigres from set 7675/7676 Sell in question consist of Captain Rex, Commander Cody, Obi Wan Kenobi (Season 1/2), Anakin Skywalker (S1/2), Ahsoka Tano (S1/2) Any interest, PM me or reply in this topic Ignore trade, decided to sell instead Looking for £5 each for the jedi and Rex, 4.50 for Cody Excellent used condition, complete with original lightsabers, blasters (apart from Cody)
  9. Gubi0222

    [MOC]: Battle of Mustafar

    Battle of Mustafar My 3rd creation for the Clone Wars community build is a small battle scene (again). Anakin and the 501's attacked the separatists secret base on planet, Mustafar. The clones and Anakin fight with the commando droids. UPDATE: New, better pictures. I build it again and made some new photo. Each side:
  10. Gubi0222

    [MOC]: Mandalorian Hideout

    Mandalorian Hideout My 2nd creation for the Clone Wars community build is a mandalorian hideout, which is in a hangar. (maybe on coruscant) /It's one of my older MOCs, but this is the perfect place to show it./ In the background a mandalorian is repairing the speeder and there are the guns: Other views:
  11. Oh, shameless plug time. On my blog I've started writing reviews of The Clone Wars series. I'm not exactly a massive fan of the show, especially not in its first season, but I find myself drawn to critiquing it, for good and for bad. There's certainly a lot of both to be found. I am on the other hand a fan of Chuck Sonnenburg's SFDebris reviews, which were a big influence on me starting this project. Unlike many other internet 'review' shows Chuck doesn't shy away from praising something just so he can make a cheap mocking joke against it. Good episodes get praise, bad episodes get panned, jokes are made about everything. So yeah, I decided to take every episode of The Clone Wars in turn, and write a review. As of today I'm nine episodes in (updates are normally on Sundays and Wednesdays), and am definately going to push through to the end of the first season, probably beyond. Below are direct links to each of the episode reviews. Ambush Rising Malevolence Shadow of Malevolence Destroy Malevolence Rookies Downfall of a Droid Duel of the Droids Bombad Jedi Cloak of Darkness And now, just like that nice lady in the supermarket with the bite-size pretzel bits, I bring you the greatest thing known to man! FREE SAMPLES! Omnomnomnnom.
  12. Here is my first review, this is one of 2013th best sets's, the Z-95 Headhunter's review. The first time when we got the rumored list about the 1st wave of this year I knew this set will be nice, popular and very good for army builders because it won't be very expensive. when we heard about Pong Krell, everybody want to see he and spoken about those minifigure. Name: Z-95 Headhunter Set Number: 75004 Pieces: 373 Price: US$49.99, €49.99, GBPL39.99 Ages: 8-14 Minifigs: 3 Theme: Star Wars Subtheme: The Clone Wars Year of Release: 2013 S@H description: BOX: On the front of the box are the fighter, the set informations, and a nice little green box with the figures and the names and it show that each are new. The box has the new green art with Yoda, LEGO and STAR WARS logo of course. The back is very nice with a lot of green color and pictures . The biggest one showed to us the back of the open fighter and its functions on smaller box. The other are battle scenes and down plan and side view of the fighter.There is small picture about the Yoda Chronicles. A good point, the box is not oversized, just right the bags have enough space and only a little air. Contents: Inside the set are 4 numbered bags, stickers and the instructions. The instuctions is bigger than the half of the box, almost big as the box. The first page of the book showed how should we use teh Brick Separator and the numbered bags. The second page tell us the contents of the bags and some warning: "IMPORTANT: Never modify the elements or use projectiles than provided with this toy." On the page 7,27,33,35,53,55 we get the same Yoda art. On the end are the parts list, a Yoda Chronicles page with a code (s4yh3y) and pictures about the sets of the wave. Bag 1: Here are the Clone Pilot, the Brick Separator, Rubber and some technic parts. From this bag can we build the main body of the ship with the rocket launcher. Bag 2: This is the "nose" of the starfighter and the warp of the body. In this bag aren't any minifigure. Bag 3: The new 501st Clone Trooper and the engines are in this bag. Bag 4: Finally!Here ara Pong Krell and the wings with cannons. The Finished Set: The Headhunter is perfect, it's realy looks like the original in the Clone Wars series, here is the ship's back as on the box. The cocpit looks nice and the pilot can be removed easily because there aren't any studs. We can open the back and here can put wepaons. The landing gear works very good and the rocket launcher too. For the fireing you must pull the little black technic piece and the launcher turn down and shoot. It is perfect for destroying ground units because it fires a little bit down.And there isn't any flick fire missiles. The minifigures: I love all of them. The biggest attraction of this wave is the Pong Krell minifig. It is very detailed and it has painting everywhere, it look s wonderful. The second figure is the 501st Clone Pilot which has a new helmet, it has good painting too.(On my one's helmet has a little printing fail) The last one is the 501st Clone Trooper,same as in the AT-RT set. It has new phase 2 helmet nice blue printings. this is amazing and it can be one of the best (or the best) clone trooper minifigures. Each minifig has back and leg printings. Ratings: Playability: 9/10 This isn't a largest set but it has a lot of functions whiches work good and easy. It can fight with enemy's starfighters and ground units too. But you didn't get enemies. Design: 10/10 It's looks like tho original fighter, the size perfect, not biger,not smaller. Price: 8/10 It's not the most expensive set but it could be a little bit cheaper. Minifigures: 9/10 It's OK but it would the best when we get one more new one like Fives or a named 501st clone trooper. Parts: 9/10 There aren't so much new part, and they should give printed parts instead of stickers. Total: 45/50 I think the set hasn't any big problem or deficiency. This is one of the best sets of this wave . I recommend it to everyone who want to build an army or only like LEGO STAR WARS and if you have separatist the playing would be enjoyable with this set. Finally a comparison with the ARC-170: More and bigger pics: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=520516