Oh, they are just so adorable, oops, that is a comment for triplet babies. Hey MS, these are great! I always appreciate your comments and suggestions - what ya think of this: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/343298
Ha, ha... It's a shame that the fuel composition of these is so regulated, because you probably could make a pot of chilli, feed it to a few and produce some killer nitro fuel! Cheers... oh, and they are real cute! :)
Incredible! You've crammed so much detail into such a small package. Nice parts usage on the rear spoiler. I love that you matched the right helmet color with the right driver and team. I'm looking forward to your future F1 MOC.
I love 'em! I recognized them as: Scuderia Ferrari, Team Lotus, and BMW Petronas/ Sauber. Am I right? Anyway, I love the new rear wing tecnique! And the undercarriage makes the bodywork look how it does on the real F1s. BUT WHERE IS RED BULL?
Thank you so much Tim and David. I always try to keep you guys entertained with different types of builds and techniques, and it also helps me not to get bored with any one theme. I am actually really pleased with how these turned out. Believe or not it took several design changes to get to this stage. Now I have the basic design it is quite simple to change their team colours. The only problem is the 3 long smooth tile just in front of the driver. It is crucial to the structural design, but I only have it in a few colours. The future build is going to take some time and I need to order ‘a few’ pieces first - BrickLink here I come :D
Fantastic work here, Joe. You never cease to amaze me with your skill and versatility. You can bring us anything from racecars to wrestling tow trucks to robots to even a poor guy in a sombrero that clearly ate the wrong thing;) I love this build because it is so hard to get the effect that you want with LEGO the smaller you get in scale. I don't know if you can go any smaller with these cars and keep the detail and shape where it needs to be to be recognized. These cars are very recognizable, even with their subtle differences, and I can't wait to see what's next. Great job, Joe.