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GOT-u police speederbike by Scharnvirk GOT-u police speederbike by Scharnvirk
The smaller the LEGO creation, the bigger meaning individual parts have. Black thin elements in the middle are in fact motorcycle body, and slightly slanted side modules are made out of minifig upper halves (de-handed, obviously).
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DragonballFormersZ Oct 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd love to have a little squad of these :D
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IT'S A TINY LITTLE POLICE COLONIAL VIPER! SWEET!
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Josh-Martin Nov 7, 2012  Student Digital Artist
It would be so epic to have instructions for some of your creations!! Way cool!!
:D
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:iconscharnvirk:
Not really instructions but a breakdown...

[link]

It really shows all that needs to be seen, though :)
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Josh-Martin Nov 8, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Sweet, thanks!!
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Zhaanman Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Sweet where do you get all these unique parts for these beauties? Do you have to special order them?
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Roughly 2/3 of all my pieces are from "special orders", but it is really cheaper way than buying a set. For example, case of this speederbike. A motorcycle frame which I needed costs around $0.20. A smallest set with that motorcycle costs at least $4... if bought online.

Generally, from my experience - for serious building, bulk orders are better. So things like 500x of plate 1x2, 500x plate 1x1 and so on.

For inspiration, however, sets are better because you pay for much more *types* of pieces.

...then there is that unique aspect of LEGO building: whatever you don't like can be dismantled and used for other models. You cannot do that with paint, cardboard models or plastic glued ones ;)
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Zhaanman Nov 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Brilliant Idea and your putting it to Amazing use!! Thanks for that I've always liked the space kits anything that look futuristic so I was always buying them but at practically 60 a pop that got old quick Ha! But they way your doing this is Perfect love it man!!
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