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Everything that is not related to my game project.

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Faster than I thought

Here it is ! The Lego spaceship is complete. It did not take me too much time. The complete model is made of more than 2000 pieces. I included in the Album some details on how the different parts are made. It went quite well even if I had some difficulties with the assembly of the secondary reactor (dark grey thing at the bottom): with the cockpit it is heavy and was not very well connected to the sides. I changed a few parts to make the link more efficient. The only problem left is that the wings are also too heavy for the way they are attached to the sides. I wanted the link to be close to the way it is done in my original 3D model. Maybe I will change it later. For now, I have to move it by holding the wings. I also have to find a place to put it. The table of the living room would be a good choice but I don't think my wife will agree... It will probably finish on top of the Ghostbusters headquarter until we find a bigger house to store all the Lego we have  

alfith

alfith

 

Not my game but...

Hello. A post a bit special as it is not about my game project (https://www.gamedev.net/projects/4-shoot/), hence the blog to which I am posting this. But still, it will look familiar to someone that saw a few screenshots... The central parts are in the prototyping state. I just finished building the side blocs above the wings. The completed sections are made of nearly 760 parts. The process I am following is: - prototype a section with the parts my children have. My own models are on shelves (not glued) so I am not using them, - re-create the section on the computer at http://www.mecabricks.com sometimes with better parts than the one I have used for the prototype, - export the parts list to https://www.bricklink.com/v2/main.page to buy them so I can give back the parts to my children, - enjoy the assembly. I do not know how long it will take to get this thing done (delivery charges increase the cost a lot so I have to delay the purchase a bit) but I hope it will be finished before the end of the year...

alfith

alfith

 

Late creation

Here is a small realisation I just finished. It is small, 7x7x7 cm. It is made of polystyrene, cardboard, wire, cotton wool, glue, saw dust, paint and a little bit of salt.

alfith

alfith

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