And now for something completely different: Dragsters! Lately I felt the urge for a VOAT-theme of my own, so this is what came out!
About this creation
The idea is simple: a new variation on a theme, based on a simple chassis for a dragster. The dragster can vary in length or height of the big wheels. You can build Legothemed dragsters (castle, space, bionicle,...) or vary on your own inspiration or creativity. Only thing it will need is to be named as a Miss.
So here's Miss Dynamite for you:
Frontal shots. Like dragsters, it has really small wheels at the front.
This seems like an apropriate length for this baby.
With the canopy (from an aquanautsset) slightly open.
The back could have used more detail... anyway, not bad for a first.
The absolute fun part of this is the engine. I know: it should be at the back, but this is much more fun. Feel free to exagerate!
Of course; you can't see a thing from behind the wheel. But who needs that?
Feel free to leave a comment, and thanks for looking!
The mad designer strikes again ! I love this new serie, and this is probably the best use of this big Futuron trans-blue part I've seen. It's also a pleasure to see the mythical big Technic wheels in a cool MOC like this one.It rocks !
What a great idea for a series of MOCs! And a nice one to kick it off. Love the side-shot of her, in particular. I'm looking forward to seeing what all these MOCpages maniacs come up with on this one. Should be a good time had by all.
You really do have your own building style. You use half old pieces and half brand new peices. The same goes as far as building styles. YOU really can pull off the mix quite nicely! P.S. Thank you for adding me as one of your favorite builders! For that, I must return the favor. P.S.S. Does that mean you're voting for me as best new guy in the Moccies? P.S.S.S. IDK?
Absolutely fantastic! The green actually works here (I've always believed green race cars are destined to crash for some reason, but not this one.)Will begin work on mine very soon. Miss Glomshire or Miss Spaced Out? Hmmmm.
I'm loving this one, Gio!
Really nice build, lots of detail and a functioning steering. Those rear tires bring back sweet memories from the '70s. And thank you for explaining what VOAT stands for, I've been pondering over that for some time...