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It’s not al big MOCs I’m falling for.
Enter Mike Psiaki. He made it better, far better! As in almost astonishing perfect iteration of the X-Wing Starfighter. I absolutely love this new X-wing MOC. It’s impressively accurate in size and proportion.
Psiaki’s MOC is full detail, from back to front. I love the landing gear.
But the thing I am most astonished about is the long wedge shape of the nose and the complexity of the build. I would love to have a hint how he tackled that complex shape…
Dave aka F2 astonished us with his amazingly build Docking bay 327, The Deathstar hangar from Star Wars.
Build as a ‘home’ for his UCS 10179 Millennium Falcon, it’s at UCS scale and it’s massive.
This build is not only huge enough to hold the 10179 Millennium Falcon, it’s also packed with staggering details.
Dave aka F2 also integrated about 67 LED lights to make it glow at nicely dark times.
Now for the juicy details:
The size of the hangar is 90cm x 100cm. That’s four 16×32 LEGO base plates and six 48×48 base plates. The height is at 36,5cm.
He used about 10,500 used bricks, worldwide ordered via Bricklink
55 white 10,000mcd, 10 red 8,000 MCD and SMD LEDs, and 2 white SMD LED
Total costs about € 1,000
Check out more photo’s and background details about this astonishing MOC at Dave aka F2′s Moc Pages
The members of OneLUG build the Lord of the Ring’s tower of Isengard in astonishing proportions. They have actually build the movie verion of the battle of the Last March of the Ents in minifig scale consisting of 23 Ents and 100+ Orcs.
The display is 2,5 meters in diameter. That’s 305 Lego studs and more than 2 meter tall (228 Lego bricks).
Brick count on this model is around the 22.000 and weighs 66 kg.
The tower itself is based on a lego building technique called SNOT (studs not on top), giving the building a smooth like Read story