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Digital MOCs from LEGO Jurassic World, requesting reviews from the community
Folks, I've been working on converting the in-game models from LEGO Jurassic World into physical designs in LEGO Digital Designer, and I'd appreciate some feedback from anyone who has both apps and is willing to take a look at them--this isn't meant to be a "look at what I did, ain't it great?" thread but more of a "how can I make this better, both in terms of matching the game model and structural strength?" discussion.
First up, the flat-top version of the Jeep Wrangler Sahara aka "Jurassic Park Responder." The LXF file is at https://www.dropbox.com/s/u3lypbzaln3t6k5/Jurassic Park - Jeep Wrangler.lxf?dl=0
Known issue: LDD refuses to allow the kind of connection TT used for the spare tire. I'm considering a second version with what I *think* they did and the spare just lying on the "ground."
Please, help me out here? My thinking is, even if LEGO never issues a classic JP line themselves, the game models are good enough to be worth display on my office bookshelves if I can Bricklink all the parts.