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Saturday, October 8, 2016

LEGO Triple Changer Railrazor Part 2 of 2: Robot Mode

Do visit Part 1 if you have not already.  In this part 2, let me start by showing the transformation to robot mode from train mode.  



Friday, October 7, 2016

LEGO Triple Changer Railrazor Part 1 of 2: Bullet Train and Space Shuttle Mode


Railrazor (not related to this guy) is a  twin brother to Astrotrain. It was known that both of them signed up for Shockwave's triple changer experiment to enhance their abilities in battle.  However, sensing his benevolent spark slowly eroded by this experiment, he escaped Shockwave's lab but failed to save Astrotrain from the same fate , as his escape was quickly discovered by Shockwave. He lived as a fugitive ever since  in the depths of Cybertron (and sometimes flew above radar detection as a space shuttle (with stealth mode activated).


Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Quickie of the Week #20: Work in progress and then some

Well it's been quite a while since I update my blog. Anyway, I'm actively indulging in MOCing and LEGO related activities  almost everyday , but on a shorter duration daily. This  spurred me to start a facebook page (link below)  where I can quickly share with you all my progress and noteworthy stuff in my LEGO MOCing process. Do give me a push and like my page!


https://www.facebook.com/alanyuppiebrick



Project Trainformer

Here is how the train cockpit folds down to become the spaceship mode nosecone half. There are 2 types of hinged mechanism here:

1) The conventional one using technic brick with holes and pins behind the trainhead. (to connect to the train body)


2) The front using c-clips + bar (also known as lightsaber =)



Monday, July 25, 2016

Quickie of the Week #19: Trainformer work in progress

Hmm.. I'm not sure  I had announced this project before in my blog.Anyway... this is the  LEGO TF I am currently working on since the beginning of this month (July 2016).

Initial Draft




Friday, July 15, 2016

Quickie of the Week #18: Spotlight on LEGO Victory Leo




Transformers: Victory Series started it's run on my local TV station back in 1991 (or 1992?) As a 13 years old kid, I was totally blown away by various characters inside and their multitudes of abilities . ( I remembered doodling Road Caesar on a piece of paper during my class / science lab session).

Saturday, July 2, 2016

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