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Based very loosely off of this image:
Rear air ride
and made a microscale Juno to go along with it.
And it's up on Ideas, complete with a 360 view!
The Cottage does have an interior but I neglected to take a photo of it... And I ran out of time to finish off the Palace gardens but it'll be improved by the time it goes to the Great Western Brick Show in October :-)
It's been such a long time since I last made a sculpture like this - my last one was Spyro way back in November last year. Nice to just toss aside some limitations and see what you can come up with without having to check BL every 2 minutes to check what piece comes in what colour.
Also, since I'm nice, have a GIF spinnie of the model too!
This is a 1:8 scale model of an all electric, three seat, "baby" Porsche concept car made for the rebrick competition. In real life it would be exactly the same size as the original 911. It was inspired by Ferry Porsche's Typ 52 three seat sports car from 1933, the Mission E concept from 2015 and many Porsches in between.
Time lapse here:
I decided on 2x2x2 cone and 2 2x2 slopes for the king and a 1x1 cone with a 2x2 plate for the queen. I used stacks of 2x2's for piece bodies
Blue instead of black is because I have lots of leftovers from my US flag project. The squares are reddish brown and light bley because that's what PaB had and it looked better than the black and red I had in quantity.
This is the Golden Oak Library, from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Otherwise known as Twilight's home until it was blown up in Season 4. (Yes I'm obviously a fan) It was a huge challenge -- it has just over 1,000 pieces, and I wanted to make sure it was as accurate as possible while presumably being sturdy and playable (although this is Digital Designer). It's also got an interior shown below. Too bad Lego would never make it. :(
Oh, and I didn't notice they added in the new books.
The modern one seems to have good use of an Ice Skate. :)
Extended Version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egjhUHoWB5k
IMG_8074 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
Classic rear flow
IMG_8056 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
Agressive front lip
IMG_8147 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
IMG_20160729_140645 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
IMG_8129 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
Realistic Suspension with torsion bars. Very effective, and only required the use of 1 shock per wheel
IMG_7942 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
IMG_8216 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
IMG_8183 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
Impressive use of a cmf chef hat and a collar ruff.
The forced perspective is pretty good too.
Here is my latest MOC, a little camper trailer. :)
It has a full interior and some functions too. You can find more photos here. :)