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Anti-gravity Jungle Speeder
I thought i'd try something new, and a speeder is what came to mind, so here it is!
About this creation

Here is the Jungle speeder, as its name suggests, this speeder is designed to zoom through the dense jungle as if there were no trees to block its path. It is loaded with two pulse lasers in case any trouble happens, and has a thruster system which makes this speeder reach speeds of almost 400 km/h!.

I hope you like it!! and please give me feedback on anything that you think needs improvement as i am thinking of making a version 2.0 of this.








Front-view, here you can see the 2 pulse lasers which are used to blast anyone who comes in the way.












Side view.











Rear view. Here, you can see the anti-gravity thrusters, which makes the speeder hover off of the ground, and reach speeds of over 400 km/h.













Over-head view.











Here is the stand which gives the effect of the speeder floating.













Another view of the stand.













Here, you can see the wind-shield is lifted to allow the pilot to exit the speeder. It protects the pilots face from high winds and any objects that may come in the way.









Here, the side panels are opened outward, these panels open out to decrease the speed of the speeder, and close in to increase the speed.










Closed Panels.












Here is the nice guy who volunteered to be the pilot for the speeder :) The decals are from Saber-scorpian, but i coloured them in.










The speeder in motion :)












DON'T FORGET TO LEAVE A COMMENT!!! :D



Comments

 I like it 
  September 17, 2009
suh-weet!!!! nice job man, keep it up! *Commander Flare*
 I like it 
  September 15, 2009
Very original design on this! I love all the moving parts:)
 I like it 
  September 12, 2009
I really like this speeder. You did an excellent job on the color scheme. Great work!
 I made it 
  August 11, 2009
Quoting Thomas Thomas Cool! I like the color scheme and the driver is cool too. About the news feed on my homepage, Brady G(http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/16591) did it for me, but i asked him to tell you the HTML. What's the HTML for the two moving bricks on your homepage?
for the animated bricks, all i did was search for an animated picture and found the bricks, then i right-clicked it and "save target as", then you copy the address in the "target" area, and paste it into the Html code which allows you to insert photos/pictures in your homepage. hope this helps, if you have any more questions just ask :)
 I like it 
  August 10, 2009
Cool! I like the color scheme and the driver is cool too. About the news feed on my homepage, Brady G(http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/16591) did it for me, but i asked him to tell you the HTML. What's the HTML for the two moving bricks on your homepage?
 I like it 
  July 20, 2009
nice, i like the design you used on the back where the engine is. The color also adds to the "woosh" factor if you know what i mean.
 I made it 
  July 12, 2009
Quoting Firas Abu-Jaber So cool, great part usage and nice techniques around your MOC, but too bad that the pictures are a bit blurry :( keep it up pal >>> peace.. Firas
yeah sorry about that Firas, and others, the camera i had was terrible and those were the best shots i could get with it, im saving up for a new camera though. :)
 I made it 
  July 12, 2009
Quoting Dennis Price I like your idea of using the cockpit pieces as air brakes -- I might borrow that, if you don't mind. Makes me want to give a speeder another go, just for fun. The overall profile of the speeder is sleek and powerful. To improve your photos (if you don't have a tripod) try stacking up a couple of books or boxes for height and then use bits of cardboard or even plates or bricks as wedges to get the angle you want. Then use the timer function on the camera (no flash) and you should be good to go.
yeah i dont mind at all- as long as you give me credit for it, and thanks alot for the advice, its a really great idea and i sure will try it :)
 I like it 
  July 12, 2009
I like your idea of using the cockpit pieces as air brakes -- I might borrow that, if you don't mind. Makes me want to give a speeder another go, just for fun. The overall profile of the speeder is sleek and powerful. To improve your photos (if you don't have a tripod) try stacking up a couple of books or boxes for height and then use bits of cardboard or even plates or bricks as wedges to get the angle you want. Then use the timer function on the camera (no flash) and you should be good to go.
 I like it 
  July 12, 2009
kinda blurry photos but cool moc
 I like it 
  July 12, 2009
So cool, great part usage and nice techniques around your MOC, but too bad that the pictures are a bit blurry :( keep it up pal >>> peace.. Firas
 
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