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Halo Pelican
About this creation
This Is my Halo Pelican. There is a marine minifig in the cockpit. However this cockpit may be a little small, but the whole model is close to minifig scale. My warthog can fit under the back, but I have no idea how to attach it for transport.

Here is a front view









A back view









This is the troop bay with the landing gear up and the hatch closed.









And here is the open troop bay, landing gear deployed, with some minifigs.









These things are always crashing in the game. A cool feature of the joints I used for the wings in that they rotate and bend because they are figure joints. So you can bend the joint for a nice crashed, beat-up look.



Comments

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  June 12, 2011
I will use your pelican for reference while building mine. Thanks!
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  August 11, 2009
cool beanage
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  March 8, 2009
nice pelican
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  January 16, 2009
Very good detail
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  December 22, 2008
excellent! this is one of my favourite mocs.
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  November 18, 2008
WOW! This is easily the best pelican on MOC Pages! Ill use some of the design, but I'll give credit too....(Reads top of screan) Chris.P!
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  May 14, 2008
This thing is amazing. i really like it, the colour, the details, and the engine thingys.... i love it!
Chris P
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mitch jeffers
  April 11, 2008
I MUST HAVE IT! How did u build it? I need instructions. I made a little very lame one and im working on that, maybe it will be like urs someday
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  March 27, 2008
Very well done. I like that it it unique, nearly to scale, and has a tone of detail. Could you tell me how you made the forward engines? Definitely in the top 10.
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  February 17, 2008
looks good.check out my creations and leave me a review!
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  February 13, 2008
this is really good, but it looks a little underdetailed.
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  January 22, 2008
It will be so cool if you made a few weapons on the Pelican.
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  January 6, 2008
ok your pelican is exceptional but the tail end could be higher to allow the entrance to be bigger because you back entrance is not to scale but the rest is great, maybe you could use smooth peices to make it look alittle cleaner.
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  January 6, 2008
very nice nice job man...u got the angles of the front done well. as other people have already said, it is small, but i know that its hard to make a big one...just so u know, the hog is supposed 2 attach magneticly (i dont know if u have any lego magnets, but i used em on my new peli)Keep up the good work!!!! come check out my new pelican a.01 if u have time!!
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  January 6, 2008
looks good but it also looks like you landing doesnt support the pelican. Ive got a solution to that if your interested.
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  January 6, 2008
its a very nice attempt but its too small. pelicans are actually bigger than most people think. they have to carry a seventy ton main battle tank on the back and fit at least 8 soldiers inside. but otherwise it looks exactly like the real one.
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  January 6, 2008
Considering there is alot of pelicans out there, this one stands out to me. Bravo
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  January 6, 2008
They are definately always crashing in the game. I think they like to crash those things on purpose! Cool MOC.
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  January 6, 2008
though It's missing some things, It's still a good job
 
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