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*microphone feeback* *clears throat* "Folks, we have a very special guest for you tonight. i'd like to introduce MISTER H--what? oh, excuse me, it's not Mr. Han. it's MISTER JACK."
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captions below photos. SO. Yeah, i'm back, and i'm still not capitalizing "i." i don't care. i apologize for my...disappearance, and lack of physical creations. my stash of LEGOs is small, and full of odd bricks (hence the colorfulness of this car. but on to the car. I also apologize for my "studio" and bad photography. Smartphones aren't that great for indoor pictures. But, i tried to get the clearest, brightest pictures i could.


Ahem. Above, you will see a car. the idea and most of the design is copied from LEGO Batman 2: DC Superheroes into LDD. but, as i was not 100% satisfied with it, i spent over a month modifying it, playing around with it, and whatnot. then, i decided to build it. it was packed with details already, but i added more.

Omagawsh, look at that front end. wipers, mirrors, lights, bumper, grille.

Nice back end, with tail lights. the space is meant to have a number plate and reverse lights.

The white exhaust tips. that number plate will have to do for now.

Yeah, them doors. that yellow mirror. that...steering wheel.

The interior. two-seater. one front seat, one back seat. and one ferrari racing team tile.

those seats are a WIP.

my single, lonely clear slope. :( there's supposed to be three in the front, and two in the back.

Yes, those wheels are custom. Yes they are awesome. no, i won't give you my secret, at least not for now.

As this design was originally digital, it has its design flaws, so i will go through them quickly.

1. The door posts only support the front half of the roof, so the back half tends to sag whenever it's messed with.

2. the door posts swivel with the door. poop.

3. the side is not connected to the bottom. not at all.

4. the sides can be removed.

5. Um, yeah....'nuff said.

5.5 Good ol' darth comes in handy when you need a better angle. that's a brickforge minigun in his hands, if i'm not mistaken.

6. one hinge. only one stud actually connects to the hood, sooo......

6.5 it can get out of alignment! hehehe.

Yeah, it's faulty, but the faults make for nice crashes:D


Okay, okay, enough bragging. regardless of its faults, i still love this car. i'm glad turned out looking this way, because it just has the best shape ever, in my opinion. i'm also quite proud of my wheels. later on i may post the LDD instructions, and a picture of what it should look like. but i've got moar stuff to post.


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