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LCB Gesha Space Freighter by Scharnvirk LCB Gesha Space Freighter by Scharnvirk
People often complain about LEGO making more and more sets with "juniorized" pieces, which are huge and they can be used only for what they have been designed for... right? :]

With this creation I tried to prove that it is not always the case. This thing is meant to be an interstellar freighter, built in microscale. One plate height represents roughly 2 meters of height of "real" thing.
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:icongreyscribe:
Proof accepted :D
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DaVinciAirsoft Dec 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
wow..
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TheeScared-Dragon Nov 11, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
do you make your own labels?
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:iconscharnvirk:
Stickers?

Generally yes, but in this model most of them come off the same set as truck beds. Not sure what was its number, though.
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TheeScared-Dragon Nov 12, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
sorry I meant decals. I'm trying to make my own with the halo Valkyrie emblem
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:iconscharnvirk:
Just print them on sticker paper, with standard laser printer.
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TheeScared-Dragon Nov 13, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
all i need to do is print it out
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Neoconvoy Nov 11, 2012  Student General Artist
Good use of the pieces!

Yes, I remember that the juniorized sets began around 1997 with some awful City Sets. But since 2005 we have nice trucks, buildings and detailed sets in various lines.
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This is great! What I hate about lego now-a-days is all their kits are 90% juniorized pieces.
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:iconscharnvirk:
I would agree if that was any true, and since at least 2005, it is not :)

(Bionicle, hero factory and such does not count. Its not lego ;d)
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