Wow, you guys are just tearing him apart. Sure he did not build it, and sure, upon closer inspection it might not be totally buildable, but please don't hate on it unless you can do better yourself. Overall, it is still a pretty good model.
On first sight it LOOKS good, but when you look closer you can see the flaws. That´s so sad, because I think that it can be realised as a REAL build without loosing accuracy! And than it would be truely kicking! I guess you were just too lazy to think about a way of doing it right. So, my advice would be to rebuild it, to buy the pieces you need, to build it for real and to show everyone that you´re a real master. If this is the case, you can rely on my 5/5! Cheers
You hooked me in with what I thought was a detailed model with working steering and suspension, only to realize most of the bricks are just "stuck" in space to look like its actually built. In fact, at best, you have a drawing. Yes, you are the master---at faking a MOC. I want my money back.
Looks a.m.a.z.i.n.g and seriously accurate, so it would have been a 5/5 easily... until I looked closer and realised that this can't be built. Many of the bricks are just resting side by side - this would never work in real life, and that, surely, is the point of Lego. Why use even virtual Lego if you don't use the stud-and-tube characteristic that defines what Lego is? Sorry, 2/5 at best.
I think it is simply amazing. It is the perfect shape, and completely proportional. Yellow is a classic Hummer color, I must say. I just can't believe how many people banged you for this being digital! I bet it never occurred to them that you might not have all of those pieces. Anyway, I'm posting a yellow Hummer this weekend. Check it out when it's up! Great Job!
This is good, very good. In fact it's one of the best attempts out there and one of my favorites but I don't think that you're the master because you're stuck in the wrong scale and you haven't really built it yet. ;)
For something that can't even be made in real bricks, you certainly spent hours building it. Too bad TLC will NEVER make parts that can FLOAT in the AIR!!!
Patrick Ian Garcia
December 4, 2003
You almost got me. This model can't really be built because the pieces overlap one another and some joints are missing and cannot connect the other pieces, so 4/5. All in all, a nearly accurate model, save for the interior. Could have been real, though. Still, good job.
Well first off by coming out with that remark
(im the master who can do better)will get you 1 star untill i see a real picture of your hummer creation i will rate you better.In my eyes who ever can build anything out of legos is a master builder......