Hi,I'm Angka.The creations I have mainly consisted of 4-wide cars so I'm happy to be here with other 4-wide builders(hello to everyone).By the way, thanks for the invite, J(I can't believe I forgot all about that).Feel free to use any technic or design you see in 4-wides that I have because they are yours too.See ya! Permalink
Hi! it's "Hot" today :), thank for the invite, I promise to respect your rules, and put more creations on this page ;p ( actually, I have the pictures, I just have to upload them) see ya & thanks! Permalink
Quoting Mr. Stickabee Kim
It's been a while since I've done anything in Mocpages... anyways, does it have to be four wide or can it be measured in four wide (ex: my plasma racer it's the same relative scale(check it))?. Also, I think I'll make a nice 1950s-60s drag scene (if I can =P). Thanks
Is a four-wide car with details or wheels sticking out allowed? Like exhaust pipes sticking out the sides that make it more like five-wide? Or wider rear wheels? As long as the body is still four-wide? Permalink
Quoting SuperSpy X
Is a four-wide car with details or wheels sticking out allowed? Like exhaust pipes sticking out the sides that make it more like five-wide? Or wider rear wheels? As long as the body is still four-wide?
I can only speak for myself, for me a 4-Wide is a car with a 4-wide main body, excluding side panels, pipes, wheels, etc. If you can't count more than 4 studs in width, then it's a 4-Wide for me. The "odd" width of the main body is for me the main feature of a 5-wide.
But the overall width of a 4-Wide should not be much more than 5 studs. My Tumbler is already on the edge with the thick side panels and a 5-wide rear axle.
Well that's the definition of a 4-wide for me. I'm eager to hear some of your opinions... Permalink