• Insane angling job right here man - Ironsniper
  • NPU! - CaptainInfinity
  • Ohhhhh yes. :3 - eldeeem
  • Smiling brick is happy. : D - eldeeem
  • : D - Ironsniper
  • Indeed...but how is it connected? I must know. - Legohaulic
  • This gap here is perfect. - knobbyplastic
  • Aside from loving this to death, I'm a bit curious as to how you're holding on the half-sphere pieces. Are they propped up on the ends of pins holding the pulleys in? - tobyhein
  • awesome! - brik.
  • 4-L bar with a stud, like we use in our brickbuilt miniguns? - 「Ƞicκ C.」
  • Wicked use. - JEMAW
  • lol so wouldn't that be WPU? - 4estFeller
  • Wouldn't work unless he drilled a hole through the half-sphere (which, admittedly, is possible). It's normally capped on the underside. - tobyhein
  • what piece is this? - Fettman317
  • My guess would be several half pins or technic pins with a rubber band wrapped around them, all connected to the tan technic wheel. - Dan.Farley.
  • Indeed, I'd love to see this. That 1/2 sphere is one of the coolest shaped pieces that I've never been able to use, due to it's sheer unconnectivity. - porschecm2
  • There are two ways to connect; Technic pins with rubber band or carefully make a hole in the sphere. Both techniques are applied on this MOC...
  • Did you cut these? - Apocalust
  • Yep.
  • Its an airplane door. - 4estFeller
  • These aircraft doors are really hard to use, and they're used magnificently here. - Catsy [CC]
  • Ups, :D - Bajouca

Ma.K - MH 30 Kraft Falter

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  1. [DustyBricks] 44 months ago | reply

    Wow! That is one sweet fighter!

  2. Amhakia 44 months ago | reply

    Perfect balance of parts, color work, sticker usage, and design. Just brilliant!

  3. (vhmh) 44 months ago | reply

    Awsome job!

  4. bermudafreze 44 months ago | reply

    Color scheme/blocking
    Sticker work
    Fits the theme

    You succeed in every category!

  5. Aroŋ. 44 months ago | reply

    Oh man, that is insanity at it's best. Great work, from the thumbnail I could not tell that this was made out of lego. This is wonderful, one of your best works!

  6. kidthor 44 months ago | reply

    Your stuff is always great but you've certainly raised the bar that you yourself set here.

  7. Walter Benson 44 months ago | reply

    Warning: Awesome overload!

    Some great stuff here! :)

  8. =Bitter Cold= 44 months ago | reply

    I want to favorite it twice.

  9. The Grandpappy 44 months ago | reply

    Okay, wow. This really caught my eye. Love all the roundness covered by panels.

  10. ehan_89 44 months ago | reply

    I'm liking all those angles!

  11. <Antimatter> 44 months ago | reply

    The angles knocked me over and the coloring delivered the finishing blow.

  12. -derjoe- 44 months ago | reply

    No breath for words.

  13. the oneman 44 months ago | reply

    This even goes beyond Ma.K... accumulation of circular and spherical parts work perfectly. It is like the birth of a new style of design, very inspiring. Bravo!

  14. Alec^0^ 44 months ago | reply

    excellent !

  15. brickmack 44 months ago | reply

    Loving the angles and the massive pile of NPU. Those half ball parts are especially good looking.

  16. LegoLord. 44 months ago | reply

    Great angles on this one.

  17. Zaximillian 44 months ago | reply

    Beef noodle hardy! Really love the angles overhanging the nose piece.

  18. GreenMoogle 38 months ago | reply

    Chunky goodness!

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