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Making of Titan V4.1>V5.0 - The rear re - construction diary
I took these pictures during the reconstruction of my Titan's rear. Please come to see Titan and its fonctionalities: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/252434
About this creation
Titan is now finished, and you can now see the result here: Titan - Nuclear Submarine - V5.2 - Director's Cut

I've created this MOC to show you some of the steps of the rear recontruction of my Titan.

My mounting instructions on LDD were not starting at the good place and I had to hide some blocks in the main plan all along the rear to see how the floor was adjusting to the hull.
Worst: some remaining bricks of at the link between the front and the rear were above my new ones, so i had to softly move them to place the new ones... without breaking everything!

It's very long, heavy and massive! My structure is strong enough to be able to move it by the bottom of the hull, and I'm really glad about that!

Please don't forget to see Titan and its fonctionalities here:
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/252434












































































































































































































































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  February 15, 2012
was about to say this rocks my boat, unfortuantley you sank it,lol, great truely breath taking.
The Lego Animal (Jay Rhum)
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  January 24, 2012
what an accomplishment ! so many pieces !>....incredible stuff.....well done
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  December 6, 2011
Amazingg! I just have to ask whats the white thing that you put in in the last pic?
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  June 14, 2011
Quoting morthen poulsen i specialy like that you did design it by the design'ed by me program, its looking great, all your versions does
Thanks for your kind comments!
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  June 14, 2011
i specialy like that you did design it by the design'ed by me program, its looking great, all your versions does
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  May 6, 2011
Quoting Kyclo 15 Details Details Details Details. What more can the eyes can take? It's just so beautiful.
Thanks! You should come to see final result!
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  May 6, 2011
Details Details Details Details. What more can the eyes can take? It's just so beautiful.
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  April 21, 2011
Quoting Octavian A. awesome! love every detail of it, must have take a lot of time to build:) It's really good mate, keep up the good work
Thank you Octavian! I'm sure you will then love to see the finished product and its features here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/252434
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  April 21, 2011
awesome! love every detail of it, must have take a lot of time to build:) It's really good mate, keep up the good work
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  April 1, 2011
Quoting Executive Director Zac WOW i am loving the insides.now you can not only make a great and massive build but make it playable and well decorated!!!well done and thanks for all the comments!
you're welcome Zac! thanks you!
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  April 1, 2011
WOW i am loving the insides.now you can not only make a great and massive build but make it playable and well decorated!!!well done and thanks for all the comments!
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  April 1, 2011
Quoting David Calvet Wow ! C'est très impressionnant ! J'adore l'intérieur avec tous les détails et le fait que c'est à l'échelle des minifigs. Chapeau !
Merci Missiou! L'intérieur, c'est souvent ce que les gens prefèrent, en dessous de sa belle robe noire... Il fallait qu'il soit à l'echelle, c'était obligatoire! ;-)
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  April 1, 2011
Wow ! C'est très impressionnant ! J'adore l'intérieur avec tous les détails et le fait que c'est à l'échelle des minifigs. Chapeau !
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  March 30, 2011
Quoting Bob the inconceivably invincible Are you a Lego Designer? By the skill of this creation, I'd thought you might be one.
Thanks a lot, and I'd like to, but I had just my idea for my sub, what this sort of vehicle could be like, the shape it could have. It was lots of improvisation, but I tried my best to be quite realistic. I started with the massive shape of the front, I continued, asking myself if I was going to buy it, depending of the cost and of my satifaction degree about my design. And I just had tons of patience! Patience to design it on LDD, to wait 21 days for preparation of my first big order. So patient that I was still improving it and making smaller orders while it was not arrived home yet! Later, patience to modigy again my LDD model to make it longer, to wait again 21 days for a new big order... To unmount completely the rear... I have put the first brick on LDD by the 15th of November, 2010, it was finished on the 23th of March, 2011. I'm just fascinated by sea vehicles! For your information, I work in computer technical support. ;-)
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  March 30, 2011
Quoting Nate Flood Very nice Jay! This looks outstanding! Looking at your boat really makes me want to try building a Titan but I have no room whatsoever. :) I'm going to try and put my drydock together with my U-Boat and light everything up this coming weekend. If it goes well; look for some new pics. If you want to talk about Lego subs; don't hestiate to email me at nflood@neb.rr.com
It should encourage me to make my own dry dock and/or U-boot! I'll check your pics this week end! I have no room left too! ;-)
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  March 29, 2011
Are you a Lego Designer? By the skill of this creation, I'd thought you might be one.
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  March 29, 2011
Very nice Jay! This looks outstanding! Looking at your boat really makes me want to try building a Titan but I have no room whatsoever. :) I'm going to try and put my drydock together with my U-Boat and light everything up this coming weekend. If it goes well; look for some new pics. If you want to talk about Lego subs; don't hestiate to email me at nflood@neb.rr.com
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  March 27, 2011
Quoting Sebeus I an immense size, must weigh at least 5 kg, the rear looks great
It's finished, now, and it weighs 20 kilograms! Come to see Titan Ver 5.0 - Director's cut! ;-)
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  March 27, 2011
an immense size, must weigh at least 5 kg, the rear looks great
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  March 27, 2011
Quoting tj kronen this is spectacular... there really is no need for comment because it is just that good, the pictures tell the story, and in each one it shows how much effort was put into it, and of course one really wouldnt know how much effort was used, but it shows it took some time and patience to say the least. it is an honor to see a model sub, thank you for sharng and i love the detail
Many thanks Tj! i'm glad to hear that! Don't know what to say :)
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  March 27, 2011
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 vraiment digne des meilleurs films du genre, [hunt red october, widowmaker] superbe! encore! encore! encore!
Merci Frank, une autre personne a évoqué le film Octobre Rouge! :-)
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  March 27, 2011
this is spectacular... there really is no need for comment because it is just that good, the pictures tell the story, and in each one it shows how much effort was put into it, and of course one really wouldnt know how much effort was used, but it shows it took some time and patience to say the least. it is an honor to see a model sub, thank you for sharng and i love the detail
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  March 26, 2011
vraiment digne des meilleurs films du genre, [hunt red october, widowmaker] superbe! encore! encore! encore!
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  March 24, 2011
Quoting ThunderT0D :) This is DOOMUNGUS! With great detail and design. Funny, I have my own creation with the same name as Titan...
And it's a cool mech! ^^
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  March 24, 2011
Quoting El Barto ! Awesome sub, Dude! Normally I don't do impressions, but I do a pretty good one of Alec Baldwin imitating Sean Connery. "Missiles don't take kindly to bullets!" Great work, look forward to the completion.
Please come and check my Titan 5.0 - Nuclear submarine, it's finished now... Ready to dive! :-)
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  March 24, 2011
This is DOOMUNGUS! With great detail and design. Funny, I have my own creation with the same name as Titan...
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  March 24, 2011
Awesome sub, Dude! Normally I don't do impressions, but I do a pretty good one of Alec Baldwin imitating Sean Connery. "Missiles don't take kindly to bullets!" Great work, look forward to the completion.
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  March 24, 2011
Quoting christophe corthay WOAW !!!!! The inside looks so exciting !!!!! This is a huuuuuge moc !!!!
Coucou Christophe! Viens donc voir mon Titan V5.0, j'ai publié quelques photos de mon modèle terminé et expliqué les nouveautés de cette version et de l'interieur(de meilleurs photos et un apercu plus détaillé arrivent!) Et toi, toujours dans les "Huge Spaceships"? ;-)
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  March 24, 2011
WOAW !!!!! The inside looks so exciting !!!!! This is a huuuuuge moc !!!!
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  March 24, 2011
Quoting Victor Grigoryev Jay, your sub looks greatly in plastic!!!
Hahaha, Thanks Victor! This is quite a lot because of/thanks to you that I made it longer! I think it's better this way! ;-)
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  March 24, 2011
Jay, your sub looks greatly in plastic!!!
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  March 24, 2011
Quoting Artifex Creation WOW, you're adding in A LOT LOT more details this time... Just a suggestion, but seem like you have room to add in some technic contraption it'll give you creation more function. =)
I could at least improve my heavy machine gun system, whitch is a bit fragile! That's a good idea, but i don't have many technic bricks! any suggestion? What contraptions would you put? :-)
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  March 24, 2011
Quoting Danny Morgan 20Kg??? 45 (ish) pounds?!?!?
You're right Danny this is very heavy, more than some other longer creations! When i designed it on LDD, i wanted very strong structure and the floor, whitch is supporting all the structure is 2, sometime 3 or 4 bricks wide(not including plates!) Same for the vertical walls! I used a maximum of long bricks(16 studs), crossed for maximum strengh. You can see the width of the structure on some pics... I think I've managed it, because I can handle it by the bottom of the hull, to move it from my shelve, for exemple. =)
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  March 24, 2011
20Kg??? 45 (ish) pounds?!?!?
  March 23, 2011
WOW, you're adding in A LOT LOT more details this time... Just a suggestion, but seem like you have room to add in some technic contraption it'll give you creation more function. =)
 I like it 
  March 19, 2011
Needs a bit more work, but I guess these huge projects come in more than just one version, every time a new improvement.
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  March 19, 2011
Quoting Victor Grigoryev Now you have details! And now it`s time to complete that project
This is quite difficult! My mounting intructions do not directly show me what I need the most: how to link the new part to the old one. So I have to hide bricks in my main plan in LDD... pfffffiou!
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  March 19, 2011
Now you have details! And now it`s time to complete that project
 
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