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002 - Commercial Airliner
Commercial Airliner made by my 9 year old daughter.
About this creation
This model of a four engine commercial airliner was made recently by my 9 year old daughter. Building on the recent success of her submarine, I challenged her to build this model. I showed her two drawings of a passenger plane, a perspective front/side/under view and a top/plan view. The following day after coming home from work, she showed me this model.

There are many features that I like about this model. There is also a skill progression represented here as a follow-up to the submarine.

Your kind, encouraging comments, especially detailed ones are welcome and will help motivate her to elevate her skills.



Comments

 I like it 
  August 19, 2012
Top stuff! Very interesting approach with the SNOT technique. I think it works very well. -LB Senior
Jenna Teague
 I like it 
Preston R.
  November 9, 2011
WOW!I like the way the studs are facing forward instead of up, it made the whole thing look smoother! very nice shape!
 I made it 
  November 3, 2011
Quoting Commander Hawke She is good enough to win a contest for her age! I think this is the start of a young LEGO master builder! As she grows and progresses she will be able to build a larger scale aircraft! Me being a Plane N3rd :P thinks that this aircraft very much resembles an A340-200, the one with a long body and 4 engines. Also I encourage your daughters building effort, and that this uses a very unique technique that I have never seen a little kid do! Nice Job :D
Thanks! Im actually the builder, I need to update the way I am saying everything. These models used to be on my dad's page until I got my own.
Jenna Teague
Commander Hawke
  December 8, 2009
She is good enough to win a contest for her age! I think this is the start of a young LEGO master builder! As she grows and progresses she will be able to build a larger scale aircraft! Me being a Plane N3rd :P thinks that this aircraft very much resembles an A340-200, the one with a long body and 4 engines. Also I encourage your daughters building effort, and that this uses a very unique technique that I have never seen a little kid do! Nice Job :D
 I like it 
  May 10, 2009
Qwoting Dave dude, I wish I was able to make aircraft that good when I was that age!(2 years ago and with simple math your daughter would probably figure out my age. I have a 9 year old sister.) Give your daughter a Thumbs Up!(I am a guy and I like to do guy things!)
 I like it 
  June 5, 2006
Very good!! I can only wish I built aircraft that good when I was that age.Well done to her and keep up the good work!
 I like it 
  May 3, 2006
I love how its constructed from the nose down, with the studs up front. thats a very interesting and smart build. same as with the Sub. good job to your daughter.
 I like it 
  May 2, 2006
wow, thats cool. i like the inginious design. your daughter has some skills right there. i wish i made stuff like this when i was her age.... i hope we see more of her MOC's!
 I like it 
  May 2, 2006
9 years old!? That's amazing! I wish I built that well at age nine. the shape is perfect, and the coloring is great too. Well done!
 I like it 
  May 2, 2006
It's the first Lego plane I've ever seen made using entirely SNOT (Studs Not on Top Technique). Job well done!
 
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