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.
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.
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!!
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.