- September 9, 2018 at 10:58 pm #18795
I have been a Lego fan all my life so it was natural to create a Pyro GX. I used Lego Digital Designer to refine the model and eventually ordered the pieces from vendors on Brick Link
The wings even fold for proper Vahalla Tower docking procedure!
Here is a Zip file containing the Lego Digital Designer file, parts list, and HTML building instructions.
I don’t know if LDD is still available but the file can be imported into BrickLink’s StudIO program found here.September 10, 2018 at 10:38 am #18796Obi-Wan KenobiParticipantTopics: 4
That is lovely the accuracy as well how it’s V-Shapped stabilizers can fold up as well, great details and accuracy there, still always wondered if the Pyro-GX had landing gear, probably much like a Grumman X-29A Straycat?
As in Tricycle Landing gear for that part.
Great work on the Drooped Forward Swept Wing as well.
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Oh wow, that looks great! I would totally get that if I was into LEGO.September 13, 2018 at 2:58 pm #18807D2DiscipleKickstarter BackerTopics: 18
Very nice job! Very true to the model. I built one back in college with a bunch of pieces left over from my childhood. It’s still on top of my desk. I need to disassemble it and clean the dust out one day… I took a lot of creative liberty based on the pieces I was working with, but it was a lot of fun building it. Cat decided to destroy some of the guns though… Need to get something to replace those.September 14, 2018 at 9:09 am #18808
Hey that’s pretty cool D2D! Reminds me strongly of those fan-creations pages in the old Lego Mania Magazine!September 15, 2018 at 10:50 am #18810D2DiscipleKickstarter BackerTopics: 18
Thanks, Yoshi! I really dig how clean and crisp yours is, too.September 16, 2018 at 1:37 am #18811
It took quite a lot of refining in Digital Designer. My original was built just from pieces I had.
The digital Legos are really fun, and Bricklink is great for getting pieces for building your designs! They even have their own (much better) version of the designer called StudIO!
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