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 A large Lego model of a Navy ship!

Warning: Uses lots of pieces!
That is cool! I really wish I had legos since some pretty kick-butt ball machines have been built from them but they're so dang expensive!
mdman102 years ago
good to see some people still on instructables...... Anyway gret model but its a bit too colorful. I understand not many people have all one color lego and i dont either, but the color hides the features a little. Great ship though ive been trying to buy a warship buillding brick set.......any ides?
mdman10 mdman102 years ago
i dont mean to put anyone down eiether it really is a fantastic boat just lot of colors......which is fine i guess now that i think it over.....
...just not great camouflage? Yeah, I know; but on a ship this size (at least for me) I had to improvise. ;) As far as ideas for your warship...I'll tell you my secret. I got my inspiration from the Megablocks 9762 Destroyer set, which I acquired at a garage sale. If you go to the Megablocks website and type in the product number (you may need to add the Destroyer part, a newer set might have the same number), you should find a link to the instructions. I would never have been able to figure out the curvature of the bow without it. My Cruiser is an embellished and expanded version. Hope this helps. :D
sick!!
matthewb63 years ago
Dude, this is filed in the K'NEX section. Can you fix that?
Anyway, nice ship. Good to see some LEGO shipbuilders out here.
Sorry, that has now been fixed!
Thanks.
chopstx4 years ago
That's a good model, pretty accurate!

5*
lemonie4 years ago
There's a lot gone into that, good job.

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MechanicalCreationMaster (author) 4 years ago
 I'm glad you like it. I have other rather extravagant Lego models that I could make slideshows out of if you like. (One is a pretty useless car that looks awesome)
ItsTheHobbs4 years ago
Wow, that's really awesome. 5* definitely.
KnexFreek4 years ago
 Sweeeeeet!
 5 stars