the replacement for the laat, as seen in the force unleashed.
About this creation
This is my first mini in a while, and it was fun to build a mini again. A lot of fun snot work on this model, and still quite sturdy. The transition from the 3-wide nose to the 4-wide body proved challenging and fun.
The model started with the wings, then the front, and finally the rear. You can also see the minifig hands used as the wing supports.
My original idea was to have an all light grey color scheme, but due to part restrictions, I had to let some dark bley in.
I couldn't find any pictures so I was "forced" to play the game again. To my surprise the engines were oriented in a triangular pattern.
I wanted to get those weird flaps on the bottom, and was able to use my favorite piece, minifig hands. Again you can see the hands for the wing supports.
Hopefully I will be able to build some more minis in the near future, but we'll see how it goes. I plan to attend brickfair next month on Saturday the 22nd. Google brickfair for more details.
Dude nice work. i like the details of the dropship and i play force unleashed very often and this defenitly looks like the one from the game. nice job:)also send instructions to my email: email@example.com
ok Thomas, i have another job 4 you.. i need you to take scorps ''Left 4 Dead survivor decals'', make them flesh tonned, and print them out on waterslide decal paper, than send them 2 me. if you can do that i would be more then happy to pay you 4 it!
please let me know as soon as you can! thanks..
Quoting Mackenzie B.
could you explain to me how you do it then?
uhh... did you look at scorps? its pretty straight forward, just take paper/card stock and glue it one with tacky/elmer's glue, and then try and make it as pretty as possible, and try to hid the seem so there isn't a line showing.
Quoting Mackenzie B.
could you take a lego hood. and make it look like an assassins creed hood.. like, with that little point on the front. if you could do this ide be more than happy to pay you for it! thanks..
I don't think you need to go to the trouble of making a new cast, so I am going to decline, however I'm sure you could make a cloth hood, or mod an existing piece more cheaply and easily. Maybe try saber scorp's mod.
hey thomas. i have a job for you, if possible.. ive noticed you keep making stuff then casting it in plastic.. well.. i was wondering.. could you take a lego hood. and make it look like an assassins creed hood.. like, with that little point on the front. if you could do this ide be more than happy to pay you for it! thanks.. Mac, oh. Ps. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for your reply/ price/ whatever...