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Deinonychus Antirhoppus (redone!) AND month's tablescraps!
This MOC collection includes a completely redesigned (well, ALMOST completely) Deinonychus, and this month's tablescraps! The Alecto project is coming along rather nicely. (I am still having a bit of trouble with it.)
About this creation
Another view of the Deinonychus.


Aerial view.


Side view.


Dissasembled view, so you don't have to bug me for instructions.


And now, to the tablescraps of the month! let's start with some slapstick! here is an upright piano. not as good for dropping as a grand piano, but it'll do in a pinch!


A little mini-scale alien star cruiser, or something. it all started with the Toa head.


It also happens to be modular! see those sections?


And now, some more slapstick! this is a classic aerial bomb! bang it with a sledgehammer, and it will explode!


A sniper rifle I came up with while doodling with some blaster rifles.


A little contraption I devised. it's ugly, I know, but it uses wind-up motors to power a conveyor belt and a spinning blade! release the wheels at the right interval, and the minifig should go right into the spinning blade, and get shot across the room!





Comments

 I like it 
  November 4, 2013
Haha, Ive to build one! Looks some kind of funny...
Claw Paradox
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CY-EV .
  June 6, 2013
I have a sneaky regard for LEGO monsters that are more than the one-piece variety form the boxes - well done! Seeing the Deinonychus and the starship in one post made me immediately think of the "Alien(s)" movies. That piano looks like it would fit nicely in a vig. Question: what is the piece you used for the end of that sniper rifle?
 I made it 
  June 6, 2013
Quoting CY-EV . I have a sneaky regard for LEGO monsters that are more than the one-piece variety form the boxes - well done! Seeing the Deinonychus and the starship in one post made me immediately think of the "Alien(s)" movies. That piano looks like it would fit nicely in a vig. Question: what is the piece you used for the end of that sniper rifle?
it is a skateborad wheel piece. It is also used as a gun barrel in this creation:http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/331762 yes, it is a real lego piece.
 I like it 
  April 26, 2013
The alien star cruiser is really creative for its scale. Well done!
 I made it 
  April 23, 2013
Quoting Starscream Soundwave Great tablescraps, I really like the Alien ship. Shouldn't the Deinonychus be able to stand on two legs though? Its great anyhow! Cool stuff.
It was rather hard to make it stand up by itself, because I didn't really have any nice-looking clear parts to prop it up, and the new foot design made it so it couldn't stand up on a studded plate. It turned out that it waas easier to just prop it up on the forearms.
 I like it 
  April 23, 2013
Great tablescraps, I really like the Alien ship. Shouldn't the Deinonychus be able to stand on two legs though? Its great anyhow! Cool stuff.
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  April 22, 2013
The top view of this little dinosaur is brilliant, with all of the different Lego parts to spot and the way the the curves run along its body from head to tail. I also like the novel shaping and colour scheme of the grey & yellow spaceship.
 
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