Nico71

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Nico71

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Welcome on my Rebrickable page, where you can find all my creations with Instructions ! Please go to my blog too see more creations.

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  • 2 days ago Nico71 (16K) MOC Designer DESIGNER
    Nice création ! As it is for sale, you should add some pictures of example of the instructions :-)
  • 1 week, 1 day ago Nico71 (16K) MOC Designer DESIGNER
    Thank you for those words. I think the design process took about 10 to 50h, highly depending of the creations. For this one it was about 30h including 10h to think the model but not build it (which is the most important part of the process). 

    Regarding the building instructions, it takes usually some hours to make the 3D model (here approx 30h) and 10 to 100h (or even more) for editing the instructions. On this one, I have spent way more time that 100h for various reasons, which is not very representative.

    Regarding the design process, I usually start from the inside, by making the important functions (here the gearbox and axles), and then connected with the frame, and then the bodywork. But on the car for instance, I starts by the bodywork (the Honda S2000 or the Citroen 2CV for instance). In fact I recommend to always start by the most difficult part of the creation (which can be the bodywork, or the functions depending of the creations), in order the validate the feasibility of the model. And then build the rest.

    I hope it answer your questions :)
  • 1 month, 1 week ago Nico71 (16K) MOC Designer DESIGNER
    The partlist is correct, it display the grey version sold on mochub. Because the yellow one was too expensive. If you want to make it yellow, just change the beam liftatm and connector to yellow to grey. I will try to add a variation for this to make it yellow.