Z-74

A work in progress shot of my UCS Z-74, should be finished for AFOLCON, i'm really just waiting for parts at the moment and i also need to find a way to build the rear mud guards, you can also see the Sandcrawler WIP in the background, this will not be completed for AFOLCON but will still be there on Display.

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  • Flakhelfer ϟϟ 3y

    Big o.o
  • LegoAvon 3y

    cool :)
  • Thomas Coleman 3y

    nearly there Pete :P
  • Peter Brookdale 3y

    you'd think so wouldn't you, but a long way to go yet, there's lots to do!
  • Sam 3y

    Jeebus! I don't really know where to look in that pic, it is literally filled with amazing building! But that speeder bike is just something else! Would you think of creating a 'minifig' to go on it? I think that could be an impressive addition to it?

    *edit* I've just seen your LDD pic of this, is that a genuine question you asked about the trooper for it? If so, I could be willing to have an attempt at it.
  • Peter Brookdale 3y

    Daft- feel free to design one organics is not my strong point. i can send you the lxf file to get the dimension etc.
  • Sam 3y

    That would be appreciated. I have plenty of time on my hands at the moment to give a good solid attempt at it. **wonders about making a fully articulated minifig for this size** Ill pm you my email addy ^_^
  • Sam 3y

    Working on the 'fig' atm, will probably be near complete tomorrow ^_^ Due to your actual build, I can't build it in proper minifig style so I'm going for the authentic look of the scout trooper as it would appear in real life.
  • Peter Brookdale 3y

    yeah i was meaning an accurate figure not minifig looking.
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Taken on April 7, 2012
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