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14/04/2011 - 22:58 MOCs
stun-tankOn a lighter note than the previous post, here is an interesting MOC.

While I'm not necessarily blown away by the design and finish of this Stun Tank seen in the Clone Wars animated series, I'm presenting it to you here because I think every MOC of a little seen model so far deserves the we pay attention to it.

Regarding this Stun Tank, the reproduction is faithful to the visual below, with the exception of the turret and the cannon that the MOCeur has designed to its liking.

If you want to see more in particular on the different removable compartments of this MOC, go to sok117's flickr gallery, Or on the dedicated topic on the Eurobricks forum.


12/04/2011 - 18:29 Lego news
10221 0000 xx 12 1An image from the cache of the LEGO site and visible at this address currently circulating and provoking heated debates.

So it looks like the next UCS set carries the reference 10221 and we get an ultra-detailed Executor accompanied by a slew of minifigs and a scale Star Destroyer.

If criticisms are already pointing to the design of the craft, everyone agrees on the choice of this vessel for a self-respecting UCS set. It remains to know the price and the date of availability (October 2011?) .....

Edit of 12/04/2011 at 23:40 pm: The page is no longer visible on the LEGO site.

12/04/2011 - 00:24 MOCs
snowmoc larsIn the large community of genius MOCers, there is one who persists in upgrading his T-47 Snowspeeder MOC.

This is Larry Lars, who since 2006 regularly offers an improved version of this iconic machine from the Star Wars saga.

In total, six different versions have been offered by Lars over the years.

The 2011 version is obviously the most successful and the level of detail is impressive for a System-wide MOC.

If you want to admire the different views of the machine, go to Larry Lars' flickr gallery or the dedicated topic at Eurobricks.

Snowspeeder by Larry Lars
08/04/2011 - 01:25 Lego news
minifigureThe release of the LEGO Store Calendar in May 2011 started the debate: For $ 75 of purchases of products from the LEGO Star Wars range in stores or on the LEGO Shop, Americans (and perhaps us Europeans via the Shop) will be offered an exclusive minifigure represented on the pdf announcing this promotion via a strange dark form.

The discussion is going well on the various forums including that ofSteine ​​Imperium where a consensus seems to be made around a possible black ARF Trooper minifigure.

In any case, I hope we will have access to this promotion, or we will still have to put out a few dollars on Bricklink or eBay to get it ....

I put below an image of these ARF Troopers, for you to get an idea of ​​the resemblance between the two visuals. 
Some forumers have raised the possibility that the representation presented on the Store Calendar is a generic visual simply announcing the exclusive character of the minifigure that will be offered and only confirming that it will indeed be part of the Star Wars universe .....


04/04/2011 - 04:55 Lego news
20021A new BrickMaster set has just surfaced, and it's pretty cool. 
Ce Mini Bounty Hunter Gunship respects the colors and the general shape of the classic version of this machine delivered in the set 7930: Bounty Hunter Assault Gunship.
Once again, as always with the BrickMaster sets that we do not have access to in France, you will have to be patient but stay tuned and look for this set on eBay or Bricklink, without waiting for its price to skyrocket.

This was particularly the case with the set 20006: Clone Turbo Tank that I personally had to pay a high price on Bricklink because it was so difficult to get it in its new version with a sealed bag.

In the meantime, you can reproduce this set using the instructions downloadable here direct from LEGO:

- BrickMaster: 20021 Mini Bounty Hunter Gunship instructions in pdf format.