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SNOTY speeder
this is my spedder for dali's contest. it is completly studles and inludes some SNOT around the cockpit.
About this creation


front detailing.



the cockpit.



chains



the pilot. (my favorit part :D)



here it shows that it can fit in a 16x6 area and have room left.

as i said before there is some SNOT in this.

please rate and comment!



Comments

  September 11, 2009
Alright, I'll post a comment. Getting a speeder of this size to look right is a little tricky. You've nailed it in some ways, but are lacking in others. I'd start by looking at the color scheme. There are some odd colors here and there. Try to keep things this small to a two color maximum if you can. The colors also affect the structure, as in how we see it. Those sides are a little, odd, so to speak. Lowering them by two plate would bring it down closer to the nose, OR you could lift the nose up using slopes. Those chains take something away from the speeder. They make it look slower, kind of like a lumbering vehicle. If you want to keep them, I'd suggest playing with the length of this speeder. A great start to a great speeder. And again: this is all based on my opinion. Do what looks pleasing to you before trying to please anyone else.
 I made it 
  September 11, 2009
Quoting karta deraji Alright, I'll post a comment. Getting a speeder of this size to look right is a little tricky. You've nailed it in some ways, but are lacking in others. I'd start by looking at the colr scheme. There are some odd colors here and there. Try to keep things this small to a two color maximum if you can. The colors also affect the structure, as in how we see it. Those sides are a little, odd, so to speak. Lowering them by two plate would bring it down closer to the nose, OR you could lift the nose up using slopes. Those chains take something away from the speeder. They make it look slower, kind of like a lumbering vehicle. If you want to keep them, I'd suggest playing with the length of this speeder. A great start to a great speeder. And again: this is all based on my opinion. Do what looks pleasing to you before trying to please anyone else.
thanks for the feedback! now i know how to make a looked at creation from Dylan B.. how to take good pics from heber... and how to improve from you! thanks!
 I like it 
  September 11, 2009
LOL this is not a lego creation lol! Man its so good he didnt notice it was lego! But I think it needs some greebles on the underside.
 I made it 
  September 7, 2009
Quoting cpt. cage you shuld dleat this it is not a lego creation
actually it is. how is it not?
 
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