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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

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1017
Rolling up.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1018
The binoculars stick out a little, but that's because that's how I like to station the arms on mine.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1019
Starting to deploy from ball mode.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1020
Arms fold out.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1022
Then up.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1023
Downwards and in.


Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1024
Fire!

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1025
The cool thing is that the arms can move inwards and outwards a little bit, plus up and down so it's really posable.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1026
Front view.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1027
Side shot of the droideka.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1028
Back shot. I appologize for not having the appropriate pieces (legs). It takes 7 mechanical droid arms to build this baby.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1029
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.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1030
The back leg (black) folds up towards the mid section of the body.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1031
Guns fold up, then back.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1032
Then inwards. That's how I like mine, you can also just leave them sticking out if you want.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1033
Fold the antanae (sp) in.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1034
Fold the head down towards the bottom and the back legs up into the guns...

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1035
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

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1017
Rolling up.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1018
The binoculars stick out a little, but that's because that's how I like to station the arms on mine.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1019
Starting to deploy from ball mode.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1020
Arms fold out.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1022
Then up.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1023
Downwards and in.


Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1024
Fire!

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1025
The cool thing is that the arms can move inwards and outwards a little bit, plus up and down so it's really posable.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1026
Front view.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1027
Side shot of the droideka.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1028
Back shot. I appologize for not having the appropriate pieces (legs). It takes 7 mechanical droid arms to build this baby.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1029
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.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1030
The back leg (black) folds up towards the mid section of the body.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1031
Guns fold up, then back.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1032
Then inwards. That's how I like mine, you can also just leave them sticking out if you want.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1033
Fold the antanae (sp) in.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1034
Fold the head down towards the bottom and the back legs up into the guns...

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1035
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

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1111

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1112

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1113
lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!

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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

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1017
Rolling up.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1018
The binoculars stick out a little, but that's because that's how I like to station the arms on mine.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1019
Starting to deploy from ball mode.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1020
Arms fold out.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1022
Then up.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1023
Downwards and in.


Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1024
Fire!

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1025
The cool thing is that the arms can move inwards and outwards a little bit, plus up and down so it's really posable.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1026
Front view.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1027
Side shot of the droideka.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1028
Back shot. I appologize for not having the appropriate pieces (legs). It takes 7 mechanical droid arms to build this baby.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1029
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.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1030
The back leg (black) folds up towards the mid section of the body.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1031
Guns fold up, then back.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1032
Then inwards. That's how I like mine, you can also just leave them sticking out if you want.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1033
Fold the antanae (sp) in.

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1034
Fold the head down towards the bottom and the back legs up into the guns...

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1035
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

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1111

Droideka Design -Instructions Up- Img_1112

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