Here's my newest creation: the BARC. I know there's a dispute over the correct way to build a BARC: three poles, or one blocky bar. The fact is, both are partially correct. So, here is a BARC built to the highest degree of accuracy. (I think)
About this creation
Why choose Legoarts? Armament
As always, Legoarts' latest product is equipped with movie accurate armament. This one sports a pair of blaster cannon, suitable for blasting droids, primitives, bounty hunters, and...uh...your Jedi Commander.
A pair of movie-accurate engines* propel our BARC at the breakneck speeds speeds required for scouting.
*If anyone is wondering, those aren't custom heads. They're Vader heads angled so you can't see the face. I actually have no clue as to if LEGO ever made a light bley or light grey head.
We're proud to offer the only BARC on MOCpages with a movie-accurate four control sticks and two pedals.
From the prongs on the engines to the control rod to the intake turbine on the front, we've left no detail untouched.
Our speeder is the only BARC on MOCpages to provide a saddle allowing a natural position of two authentic LEGO legs.
pretty dang good! just a few improvements needed: only 1 blaster on teh bottom; needs some dark red; needs that vent thing on the back, and if i dint see it, foot pedals on the bottom. other than that, its great!
Hey, I know you and I are both great walker builders, so I was wondering if you wanted to team up in the group 2010 Star Wars Tournament. I know we'd do well, and I can kick it up a notch. What do you say? let me know in a comment on my moc.
I think it looks like a barc speeder, but I also think adding a little color wouldn't hurt. :-)I also love how you have the legs set up. Also lego did make light bley heads in the viking fortress set. Very nicely done, more importantly, a lot of good techniques used.