|Ursa_minor - 2011-06-06 |
5 for the "How it's Made" style production values.
The technician then fits the toy robot onto a string. The string pulls the toy robot back into the sandcrawler.
|garcet71283 - 2011-06-06 |
|Binro the Heretic - 2011-06-06 |
I was six when "Star Wars" first came out. (and it will ALWAYS be "Star Wars" to me, fuck this "Episode IV" bullshit) All the other kids wanted a real-life Millennium Falcon or X-Wing. I wanted to tool around in that big-ass sandcrawler. It would have been the ultimate clubhouse. I used to draw out cross-sections of it showing all the cool stuff I'd put in there.
Where did the jawas get that thing, anyway? Did they build it, buy it or steal it? I'm leaning towards "stolen" myself. Most of their stuff seems to be in a perpetual state of disrepair and they couldn't possibly afford something that big with the proceeds from selling boosted 'droids.
They were abandoned after unsuccessful mining operations.
|The Mothership - 2011-06-07 |
This is way cool, this guy deserves to get laid for making this.
I don't think he deserves it for spending nine months on a two month project TOPS.
|Innocent Bystander - 2011-06-07 |
I wonder if the Lego company manages to stay afloat mainly due to industrious manchildren nowadays.
You're missing the point of Lego as a hobby. It cuts out that tedious and confusing talking to people and socializing.
Listen to you little shits, trying to sound snarky and clever.
|Evilhead - 2011-06-07 |
Damn, I think brown bricks are pretty hard to come by so he must have spent a lot on this. Pretty awesome MOC, fuck the haters.
|Influence Device TIMR - 2011-06-07 |
children's toy blocks
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-06-07 |
This is really cool, but at the same time crushingly lame. It's a paradox, really.
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