Zam Wesell's Koro-2 Exodrive Airspeeder

I haven't got much to say about this MOC. I'm not completely satisfied with how it turned out. I don't think it's a bad MOC overall, but I kind of rushed some parts of the design, since I was trying to meet the deadlines for a contest I wanted to enter it in, along with Anakin's speeder and a model of the nightclub the chase ends at (unfortunately, I was unable to enter the contest with that, as I made my Bricklink orders for this speeder too late).The main parts I don't like are the insides of the two front prongs.

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  • What Zit Tooya 5y

    Great job.
    Though I'm not a big fan of the trans. bottom, kind of awkward.
    But overall, wonderful build!
  • Cameron 5y

    ^Yeah, it is a little awkward, but there wasn't really any way around it, especially with those parts. And anyway, on the actual speeder, the windshield does extend a little bit on the bottom (can sort of be seen in this pic of a model):
    Koro-2 Airspeeder by riffsyphon1024
  • What Zit Tooya 5y

    That's understandable. :]
  • Beɳ 5y

    Very nice!
  • ChewieBricksHD 5y

    Make instructions!
  • 3.1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 5028841971 6939937510 5y

    Cool. Its certanly better than the official version anyway.
  • worker201 5y

    I would have used yellow instead of orange, but I think it turned out well. I've always liked this ship.
  • Cameron 5y

    ^I agree that orange wasn't the best colour, but I don't think yellow would work as well. The best colour would be the light orange that Lego used on their version, but I most likely wouldn't have been able to make this with that, since there weren't as many parts in it.
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