• Is it just friction that keeps the fins at the proper angle? - -Mainman-
  • nope, it's a variation of this
  • clever... - -Mainman-
  • Are these supposed to some type of Russian AMRAAM? They look about the right size - Cicada Gin
  • Nicely done here - Shadow Viking
  • And here - Shadow Viking
  • How are these wings attached? - Wafflebottom
  • looks like they're wedged in between the studs on the round bricks - kv_draugaer
  • I don't know which version of the R-40 missile this is, but there were two versions, one radar-guided, and one IR-guided.

    it's a long-range missile, while the AMRAAM is a middle-range missile, so they probably aren't eactly analogous... - origamiPete

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Decided to take some clean pictures of this guy. I hate photography on large MOCs.

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  1. Obxcrew [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

    This is such a fantastic model, and the same goes for your X-Wing. Beautiful work.

  2. ScottishCharioteer [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

    Then don't build such large MOCs. Just kidding, don't take what I said to heart.

  3. legovaughan 30 months ago | reply

    New wheels from the Cars sets.

  4. The Acquaintance Crate 30 months ago | reply

    Amazing work!

    Wait a second- this build isn't blogged! Somebody should do something about it!

  5. Kris_Kelvin 29 months ago | reply

    Very, very good :)

  6. BRICK RIVER 29 months ago | reply

    Nice job mike I hope you bring these to kidsfest. Peace ginger

  7. Buff83ST 29 months ago | reply

    Congratulations to another fantastic model, Mike!
    I was waiting for you to post some more pictures of this beast... The wings, intakes and stabilizers are a work of art!
    Since you put a minifig in the cockpit: is it actually round about minifig scale?
    And what´s next on your to-do-list? Are you going to attempt your turbo prop freighter à la C-130 some time soon? I´d be very curious how you´d realize that one...
    Best regards,
    Steffen

  8. War-C 29 months ago | reply

    Fantastic work!

  9. psiaki 29 months ago | reply

    I don't know what minifig scale is! It's somewhere between 1:37 and 1:38 (at least I think). I don't know if or when I'll ever do a C-130. As cool as I think it would be, I don't know if I have the parts or the patience to see it through the whole way. Right now I am trying to finish other long-delayed projects.

  10. Buff83ST 29 months ago | reply

    Gotcha, I guess you´re right about the "exact" dimensions of what may be minifig scale. Some say it´s roughly 1:45, but then again, who knows. I just usually go by the looks, eye-measuring.
    And you´re right, building large aircraft is super time-consuming.
    You know I am not a fast builder to begin with, and so it took me freakin´ 9 or 10 months to build my large turbo prop freighter... That includes a week of vacation during which I basically did nothing else but finishing the build:)...
    Anyways, talk to you soon.
    Steffen

  11. Micah G. 29 months ago | reply

    I decided to show this to my dad, a retired p-3 navigator and warplane fan, turns out he used to get chased around by these guys when he would have missions near the Russian coast. Nice build too!

  12. iomedes !... 29 months ago | reply

    Incredible shape !...Supernice work !...

  13. The Acquaintance Crate 29 months ago | reply

    Ha! Thats a pretty cool story!

  14. Shadow Viking 28 months ago | reply

    Mmm. I'm late but this is very nice. Great shaping.

  15. Brick Drawers 11 months ago | reply

    A great representation of a great plane!

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