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22/01/2011 - 11:51 MOCs
There has been progress on the Technic parts-based MOC X-Wing designed by drakmin.

Here is finally the completed model, with it is true some compromises on the dimensions and the proportions, but it must be recognized that the challenge was of size.

The result is very interesting, and deserves some attention.

See you in this topic at Eurobricks to learn more and read the comments of this MOCeur and of all those who are interested in this original creation.

20/01/2011 - 12:02 MOCs
You are a collector of LEGO Star Wars sets, well you are missing one ....

And for good reason, this "Yavin Base" set has never been marketed and has remained as a prototype.

Too bad, that would have made it possible to have a few dozen Tan parts and above all a reduced-size X-Wing with a different design from what we've seen for years with successive reissues.

For those who are interested in reproducing this set, here is the Lego Digital Designer file in .lxf format resulting from the reverse engineering work carried out by crabboy329.

Download yavin_base.lxf

20/01/2011 - 11:34 MOCs

Hang in there, we're no longer joking. Here is a project in progress which seems promising: An X-Wing based on Technic parts.

The challenge is enormous, and the result is already impressive.

The overall dimensions and proportions are a bit strange, but I am amazed at the feat.

We can bet that the final result will correct the small defects currently present.

To follow the discussion on this subject, go to on this page.

20/01/2011 - 08:40 MOCs
Here is a diorama that changes us from the endless more or less successful staging that we see regularly.

This Eurobricks forumer has embarked on the creation of an original and ambitious scene on the moon of Endor, the opportunity to integrate the UCS 10212 model.

The vegetation is dense and well represented, and the colors are faithful and the original scene of the film.

To find out more about this MOC in progress, visit this topic at Eurobrick.

18/01/2011 - 09:32 MOCs
There are some who admire their sets, others take matters into their own hands and embark on rather ambitious projects.

This EuroBricks forumer chose to create a UCS MOC of a model rarely seen on this scale, the SandCrawler.

LEGO already produced its version of this vehicle in 2005 with the set 10144, popular with collectors.

The bar is even higher this time in terms of details and reproduction.

The project is in progress, and the result promises to be quite exceptional.
To be continued on this EuroBricks forum topic.