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#1
Arthuriel

After revising my 1:16 model of the L.M.S. Explorer, I tought about an even smaller version of the L.M.S. Explorer. I knew, that it was relatively difficult to contain enough details on such a scale, but I tried my best and here it is:

 

The 1:32 scale version (okay, it more like 1:33 or 1:35, but it depends on how you measure the ship):

 

I built it on two days (yesterday and today) and it contains 202 bricks.

 

Maybe I should replace the 1:8 version on my Lego cuusoo project with this one, because it's much more affordable (a.k.a. the people or/and me have to decide between the 1:16 and the 1:32 version over there).

 

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And you don't have to fear even smaller versions, because all of them are here now:

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#2
JimbobJeffers

Ha, I love the little screwdriver. Yes, the 1:32 scale version does lose a bit of detail, but I very much like it, good job :)



#3
aidenpons

...A painkiller screwdriver is the LMS Explorer? :P

 

We wantses them allses, precious! They're our, yess ours precious!

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The three smallest ones (don't know their scale) sort of lose the bridge and most of the detail... but you made them with 16,5, and 1 pieces (no, of course they're not in order of size! Didn't you know that a screwdriver takes 16 pieces to build! :P

 

Just swtiched tabs between the 1:16 and 1:32 models and thought 'wow, those two are so similar.' Great job on them! You don't lose very much detail at all!

 

... I still want a 1:1 model though... :P





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