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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby bigospedros » Thu Aug 06, 2009 12:39 am

Should anyone, like me, want to make the Dropship, then the instructions are here :

Part 1
Part 2
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby Chewie » Sat Aug 08, 2009 5:58 pm

This is NOT what I expected, I expected an Ep. 3 set.
Laugh it up fuzzball!
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby Mandalorian Candidat » Mon Aug 17, 2009 7:15 am

bigospedros wrote:Should anyone, like me, want to make the Dropship, then the instructions are here :

Part 1
Part 2


Thanks for the link. BTW, love the MOC AT-OT with the mini clonetroopers.
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby kyphur » Fri Aug 21, 2009 9:32 pm

Mandalorian Candidat wrote:
bigospedros wrote:Should anyone, like me, want to make the Dropship, then the instructions are here :

Part 1
Part 2


Thanks for the link. BTW, love the MOC AT-OT with the mini clonetroopers.


I second both...

BTW, some "construction" pics of the AT-OT would be appreciated.
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby kyphur » Sat Aug 22, 2009 11:37 am

LEGOscum wrote:
kyphur wrote:BTW, some "construction" pics of the AT-OT would be appreciated.


Have a look at the (currently) last post in the other thread on this exclusive:

viewtopic.php?f=8&t=1846&p=21267#p21267


I said the AT-OT (Custom Clone Transport Walker) not the AT-TE!!!
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby Master Fetty » Sat Aug 22, 2009 11:57 am

Chewie wrote:This is NOT what I expected, I expected an Ep. 3 set.


Erm...why?
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby LEGOscum » Sat Aug 22, 2009 2:31 pm

kyphur wrote:I said the AT-OT (Custom Clone Transport Walker) not the AT-TE!!!


Well since the set came with an AT-TE, rather than an AT-OT, I figured you made a mistake when you asked for construction pics.

My bad. Or was it?! ;)
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby darthvladovich » Sat Aug 22, 2009 5:08 pm

Master Fetty wrote:
Chewie wrote:This is NOT what I expected, I expected an Ep. 3 set.


Erm...why?


Maybe because the box advertised a clone trooper phase II helmet.

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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby kyphur » Sun Aug 23, 2009 12:56 am

LEGOscum wrote:Well since the set came with an AT-TE, rather than an AT-OT, I figured you made a mistake when you asked for construction pics.

My bad. Or was it?! ;)


If you looked at the pics in bigospedros' photostream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bigospedros/sets/72157622046808388/
you'll see a nice little AT-OT that he MOCed.
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby bigospedros » Sun Aug 23, 2009 2:01 am

darthvladovich wrote:
Master Fetty wrote:
Chewie wrote:This is NOT what I expected, I expected an Ep. 3 set.


Erm...why?


Maybe because the box advertised a clone trooper phase II helmet.


that is true, but then, this combo of Dropship and AT-TE had Clone Troopers in it, so it has bet that expectation. It's just not met it in a way that it comes with minifigures!
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby LEGOscum » Sun Aug 23, 2009 10:39 am

kyphur wrote:If you looked at the pics in bigospedros' photostream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bigospedros/sets/72157622046808388/
you'll see a nice little AT-OT that he MOCed.


That IS nice! But you didn't mention a MOC AT-OT in your first post and the Flikr photostream wasn't mentioned anywhere else in the thread so I figured you wanted the AT-TE.
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby legoaddicted » Wed Aug 26, 2009 9:36 am

The $50 price at the Comic Con might seem excessive - but here's something to compare that to. You can not get either model as a retail set. You can build them using LDD (although not 100% as some pieces are not available in the right colors) - however the cost for the LDD model would be $39.32 ($21.60 for the Dropship, $17.72 for the AT-TE). Of course, going through Bricklink or other source for bricks would be cheaper if you have the instructions.
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby meeotch » Wed Aug 26, 2009 9:52 am

So what you're saying is that this is one of the VERY VERY VERY few that actually costs more retail than the parts do a la carte from either Bricklink or online PaB? Yep, that is expensive.
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby kyphur » Sat Mar 20, 2010 9:17 pm

bigospedros created this really great MINI AT-OT MOC to accompany the SDCC MINI Republic Dropship. Based on the pics he posted on flickr I recreated his model and made instructions for it.

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Instructions (change the file extension to .pdf after downloading)

There is one difference, for the undercarriage (between the legs)I used 3 2x2 Round bricks to fill the spaces between the brick 1x1 Headlights where bigospedros indicated to me that he used inverted slopes.

Enjoy!
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Re: SDCC LEGO Brickmaster Exclusive Images

Postby pr0visorak » Thu Mar 25, 2010 1:59 am

They look awesome XD But $50, wow... I don't think they are worth that much. I bet I could rebuild and it would cost cheaper.
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