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Normandy SR2 (second version) Instructions
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ATTENTION: The picture above is an older model of the Normandy, and is NOT the final product of this guide.
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This is a guide for anyone who wants to build my Normandy SR2, requested by Donald Hallama (You should check out his large scale Normandy)

Start with this piece...


Add two skeleton arms (these are the old ones from the Castle sets)


Place on a 3x2 flat


Put a white 4x2 flat here


Place these flat pieces on top


Add an 8x2 underneath


Place a 2x2 here...


...then a black 1x2 flat and orange 1x2


Put this piece on top


Add a 6x2 flat


Then get these three pieces...


...and place them here


Add these flat pieces here


Next, place 4 of these connecting piece on a black 2x4 flat


It should be able to fit nicely under the pieces you just made...


Then put this piece on the end


Note: you can use a 6x1 flat instead of a 2 and 4x1 flats.


Put these pieces on the back


Then add this piece...


...and finish with two 2x1s (again, you can use a 4x1 if you want)


Get a 4x1 flat and 3x1 flat


Connect with 2x1 and 4x1 (or 6x1) flat


Place on top


Tuck in a black 3x1 flat


Then add a 4x1


And finish with a 4x1 topped with a 2x1 smooth


Complete with an 8x1 smooth


Make two of these


Attach by the middle of this black piece...


...like so


Then attach the back of the ship with the front


Get a 4x1 flat


Add another


Then a smooth


Finally add one of these slope pieces


This should fit perfectly on the front of the ship.
Now the main body is done!


For the wings, first place a black triangular piece along side one of these connecting pieces


Then join with a white


Note: For the following component, make 4












Add to the wing


Then add a 2x2 flat


Add these


Get a 2x1


Then add this white 4x1.
You can use a normal 4x1, or you could even make your own decal


Then add a black grate piece


Place on the wing


Place this piece, with another black grate on top


Add another engine underneath (For that grey piece, you can use a black one, I just didn't have enough)


Underneath, add a 4x1 here


Then attach a grate piece where the 4x1 sticks out.


Once you've made both wings (Completely identical) you only have a few more steps to go...


Get this piece


Then add this rail piece


Next, assort this bricks like so. If you want, you can use a normal 1x2 instead of that one at the bottom, I just had to use that because of the stand I made


Finally add these sloped pieces on top


Lastly, add these pieces to the other side of the double-sided stud brick.


Place this under the ship


Finally, add the wings. There you have your own miniature Normandy SR2! I left out the stand since it would be pretty pointless to include it, and you might want to make your own custom stand anyway.



Comments

 I made it 
  December 4, 2012
Quoting Donald Hallama Thanks! I'm working on it as time allows (digging for pieces takes a while) I've decided to build the ME3 rev. (Blue) due to the colors that I've been able to scrounge up. It's a fun build.
No problem. Glad I could help :)
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  December 3, 2012
Thanks! I'm working on it as time allows (digging for pieces takes a while) I've decided to build the ME3 rev. (Blue) due to the colors that I've been able to scrounge up. It's a fun build.
 
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