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Post  legorevolution on Thu Aug 14, 2008 8:49 pm

Ha! It has a clone trooper in it so it counts as a Clone Army Creation Wink Anyways this is a droideka design I found on some guys brickshelf folder the other day. It looked good, so I built it and tested it out. This is the best design ever- seriously. Check the link, check my pictures, and check the video at the end!

Gallery
http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=247438


Rolling up.


The binoculars stick out a little, but that's because that's how I like to station the arms on mine.


Starting to deploy from ball mode.


Arms fold out.


Then up.


Downwards and in.



Fire!


The cool thing is that the arms can move inwards and outwards a little bit, plus up and down so it's really posable.


Front view.


Side shot of the droideka.


Back shot. I appologize for not having the appropriate pieces (legs). It takes 7 mechanical droid arms to build this baby.


You put those 1x1 slopes so it can pose in roll-mode, and because a 2x2 slope prevents it from folding up correctly/looks weird.


The back leg (black) folds up towards the mid section of the body.


Guns fold up, then back.


Then inwards. That's how I like mine, you can also just leave them sticking out if you want.


Fold the antanae (sp) in.


Fold the head down towards the bottom and the back legs up into the guns...


And this is your final result!

Video!
http://illiweb.com/fa/pbucket.gif

The droid rolls on hard surfaces, but works better on carpets- for those of you who want to play with them for hours on end Wink

I thought the features of this thing were awesome because:
1. It looks really realistic
2. Its highly posable
3. It has a roll/ball mode unlike TLC version
4. It actually rolls

For Those Of You Who Need Better Reference Mad






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Post  username55 on Sat Aug 30, 2008 9:25 pm

legorevolution wrote:Ha! It has a clone trooper in it so it counts as a Clone Army Creation Wink Anyways this is a droideka design I found on some guys brickshelf folder the other day. It looked good, so I built it and tested it out. This is the best design ever- seriously. Check the link, check my pictures, and check the video at the end!

Gallery
http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=247438


Rolling up.


The binoculars stick out a little, but that's because that's how I like to station the arms on mine.


Starting to deploy from ball mode.


Arms fold out.


Then up.


Downwards and in.



Fire!


The cool thing is that the arms can move inwards and outwards a little bit, plus up and down so it's really posable.


Front view.


Side shot of the droideka.


Back shot. I appologize for not having the appropriate pieces (legs). It takes 7 mechanical droid arms to build this baby.


You put those 1x1 slopes so it can pose in roll-mode, and because a 2x2 slope prevents it from folding up correctly/looks weird.


The back leg (black) folds up towards the mid section of the body.


Guns fold up, then back.


Then inwards. That's how I like mine, you can also just leave them sticking out if you want.


Fold the antanae (sp) in.


Fold the head down towards the bottom and the back legs up into the guns...


And this is your final result!

Video!
http://illiweb.com/fa/pbucket.gif

The droid rolls on hard surfaces, but works better on carpets- for those of you who want to play with them for hours on end Wink

I thought the features of this thing were awesome because:
1. It looks really realistic
2. Its highly posable
3. It has a roll/ball mode unlike TLC version
4. It actually rolls

For Those Of You Who Need Better Reference Mad





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Post  SirWacky on Sun Jul 25, 2010 5:55 pm

legorevolution wrote:Ha! It has a clone trooper in it so it counts as a Clone Army Creation Wink Anyways this is a droideka design I found on some guys brickshelf folder the other day. It looked good, so I built it and tested it out. This is the best design ever- seriously. Check the link, check my pictures, and check the video at the end!

Gallery
http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=247438


Rolling up.


The binoculars stick out a little, but that's because that's how I like to station the arms on mine.


Starting to deploy from ball mode.


Arms fold out.


Then up.


Downwards and in.



Fire!


The cool thing is that the arms can move inwards and outwards a little bit, plus up and down so it's really posable.


Front view.


Side shot of the droideka.


Back shot. I appologize for not having the appropriate pieces (legs). It takes 7 mechanical droid arms to build this baby.


You put those 1x1 slopes so it can pose in roll-mode, and because a 2x2 slope prevents it from folding up correctly/looks weird.


The back leg (black) folds up towards the mid section of the body.


Guns fold up, then back.


Then inwards. That's how I like mine, you can also just leave them sticking out if you want.


Fold the antanae (sp) in.


Fold the head down towards the bottom and the back legs up into the guns...


And this is your final result!

Video!
http://illiweb.com/fa/pbucket.gif

The droid rolls on hard surfaces, but works better on carpets- for those of you who want to play with them for hours on end Wink

I thought the features of this thing were awesome because:
1. It looks really realistic
2. Its highly posable
3. It has a roll/ball mode unlike TLC version
4. It actually rolls

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