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There is also an Earth Blue 1x1 Brick with a Transparent 1x1 Round Plate on top. You can probably guess what that is.
What do you people think?
Me thinks it's time to get back into computers and have a look at the LDD program. Between Google and Blocks, I'm starting to favor Mocs over sets(except CREATOR, my favorite!). It's really stressful to make things the old fashion way. That LDD makes life easier I take it...
Captain CaaaaaveMaaaan !!!!!
Err, I must be very slow, but what does the EB 1x1 with Trans 1x1 round plate represent?
ps, love the Dr who dvd's
you got "remembrance of the daleks"? that one is awesome. ace rocks.
A replacement stand for his UCS Naboo Starfighter.
for a UCS Naboo Starfighter? nope not going to buy that.
it's to big.
As @Fauch said, it is the stand and internal frame work for my bricklinked DS2. Have been meaning to make a start on it since I took the SSD apart last year (needed some of the parts), but having enough spare time to sort and build always seemed to elude me somehow.
A UCS Naboo starfighter that big would be a set worth having, especially if it came with all those lovely chrome pieces.
Then I saw the x2 after this.
So built one before I carry on with the outer shell so I don't have to do one after the other.
Progress so far, pictured with a minifig to show just how Bloomin' big this thing is.
i have to ask, but ware did you get the instructions for this build?
Does this thread allow "Guess what I'm building?" type posts?
It wouldn't be #76047 Black Panther Pursuit would it?
Fab plane by the way - liked the way they got the angles on the wings. Still not sure about Black Panther's head piece. My son loves it though!
I have no idea how rare any particular piece/colour combo is - I just don't have the time to look! Joker sets must have some of them...
Learning that for the large sets where the parts are not in numbered bags, it really really makes sense to spend some time up front sorting! :-)
(FallingWater will always be my favorite, as it brought me out of my building 'Dark Age'. And I built 6 or 7 of them over the years for various people.)
I have to say that I am very impressed. The model itself looks amazing and is surprisingly big. The amount of detail in the mechanicals is superb.
I think this will have to stay on display for some while, as I'm not looking forward to taking it apart!
Dismantling large LEGO System sets is bad enough, but all those Technic pins will drive me round the twist! ;-)
Although not quite as nice as the main build, the 'B' model for this is quite a nice build for this set as well.
Now I just need to control the desire to buy a Robie House.