you know what? i love it! i really admire it! it is a very unique model of this car, because this is the only one on mocpages with brick-built intakes :-) and it looks sweet and it's perfect detail! :-) too bad you still have the headlights done this way, but i can't imagine how to solve that. it would probably need bigger model to work on or a different bricks on the front but i doubt it would lookk as smooth as this :-) it looks just perfect right now! the intakes were what it needed! :-)
I don't know what you did, man, but someone's pissed at you...giving you a lot of one-stars is not nice at all, especially when your MOCs are this good. Keep up the awesome work and don't let it bug you.
I like it
March 22, 2007
Replicating a model/design by recreating the difficult aspects in physical Lego bricks is one thing, but making it recognizable is another! You certainly did a very good job of it with the front bumper of this model, very F430ish! I somewhat used a similar technique with my Honda Jazz when I built it, and hope to get more pieces to build even more cars in the future. Keep it up!
OK, you did VERY good in creating the front bumper with all its' intakes.This is stunning...MAY I COPY IT?!?!? ;-) The rest isn't bad, either. However, I don't know why you changed the frontscreen beam, made the roof this long & elongated the engine air vents...hmmmmm? Perhaps you "cut" the doors lower as we did in our "second generation F430". Oh yeah, and there IS one sticker in the interior! Nonetheless, I give you 5 thumbs up, cause this bumper really IS an improvement - I'll have my try, OK? Cheers & best wishes, Jens Matuschek PS: Where did you get all the other ideas? Please compare: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/24714 Credites do fit, when they are appropriate...
i admire you for trying to do what lego has neglected: building complicated stuff out of simple bricks. most of your MOC is pretty good, but, like ralph, i must say the roof doesn't do the rest justice. beyond that, great!