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  1. LEGO VF-1 A and S Battroid mode

    Hi guys ! So after finishing the SDF-1 I thought that something was missing. Of course the SDf-1 can't be without it's squadron of valks. I loaded up Lego Digital Designer and started on working on Hikaru's VF-1A from DYRL. I didn't want to spend all that much time, so I decided that I'd only build it in battroid mode, no transformation. Finished product sports approx 1030 bricks, a lot less than the 11.000 brick heavy SDF-1. Now it's time to start the actual build.
  2. Nanoblock VF-11B and VF-11C

    From the album Nanoblock VF-11

  3. LEGO Orguss Orgoid

    I taken at least one serious stab at getting a decent looking Orgoid put together in LEGO, but I was never happy with the results. The orgroid is a challenge because of all the organic looking curves it uses. While it's transformation is very Valkyrie like, it's easier to pull off if you have wide variety of Bionicle parts. Getting the look to come out right is the bigger challenge because Bionicle parts just really don't want to be combined with the classic LEGO system parts. Anyways here is the result of a few hours work, taking what I've learned from my previous attempt. I still need to come up with a head and figure out how to do the backpack hinge.
  4. LEGO VF-1S Valkyrie

    "This is my LEGO Valkyrie. There are many like it, but this one is mine..." The design is actually by a member of the Lego User Group of Los Angeles, Daikon Cat: http://www.daikoncat.com/macross-vf-1a-valkyrie.html I've taken some liberties mostly do to lack of correct parts often due to the wrong color. I thought the bionicle hands were fine and very evocative of the chunky monkeys, so I decided against building articulated hands.
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    From the album Nanoblock VF-17

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    From the album Nanoblock VF-17

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    From the album Nanoblock VF-17

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    From the album Nanoblock VF-17

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    From the album Nanoblock VF-17

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    From the album Nanoblock VF-17

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    From the album Nanoblock VF-17

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    From the album Nanoblock VF-17

    vf-17, nanoblock, blocks, lego, vf-17S
  18. Nanoblock SDF-1 posted on FB

    I am posting more details on the Nanoblock SDF-1 I posted in facebook, I will post my official toy collection, but as you can see I have kept busy, now I need to buy more sets with blue mosaic parts to give it a smother finish. I also ran out of blue parts. this ting is bigger than I expected and actually in my first try I had to start over as I realize the size was way bigger,as I was putting too much detail on the bridge. I took the pics with my phone so WB is terrible I know
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    From the album New nano block perfect transformation custom

    lego, nanoblock, VF-1S, custom, transformation, Roy Focker, Fighter, vakyrie, battroid, gerwalk
  21. I was thinking about the Spartas (RT: Dana Sterling's Hovertank) recently. It's the one Matchbox Robotech toy that eludes me mostly because I'm too cheap to cough up the $100+ for the ones that languish on eBay. But I have a ton of LEGO thanks to my wife who years ago robbed some teens blind at a garage sale. I decided to give this a try knowing that it's transformation is really one of the easier ones out there for transforming mech. This is my version 1, took me roughly 8 hours of dedicated work. It helps that I've had practice trying to build LEGO mechs with the standard system, bionicle, and the newer hero factory lines. https://www.flickr.com/photos/18239022@N00/22445795997/in/dateposted-public/ I posed it next to a Matchbox Bioroid for reference. Sadly the Matchbox Southern Cross toys are way out of scale with each other. My transformation is not completely accurate. The curvy part, or hood of the tank, should actually hang down like a skirt from the waist in battroid mode. I might try to fix it, but really I'm more eager to the bottom of the legs in white, so I'll probably be placing a Bricklink order soon.
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