Building instructions for an alternate model of the Chima Eagle Interceptor.
About this creation
Building instructions for an alternate model.
Recently, I dismantled one of my older MOCs, the G-79 Windlord. Because I was bored, I chose to prolong it by taking images of the dismantling, and making building instructions from them. I've wanted to make building instructions of one of my models for some time now. I originally was going to make instructions of my Iron Hunter, but that would be too unstable. Also, since this was built using only one set (70003 Eagle Interceptor) that would make it easier for others to find the parts.
Each image (with a few exceptions) will show all the pieces required for the next image. If there's any problems with the instructions, please tell me.
For the subsections, Iíll include the parts on one side and the completed step on the other side.
The tail end uses an odd connection method, so bear with me.
I forgot to remove parts from the right side when I was making the instructions, so ignore the whole of it. and focus on the left side.
Well that's it. There was a lot of improvement to be done on the MOC. Especially in the color section--how they got six colors to work in one MOC is beyond me. As for me, I'm doubting if I'll build a G-80. So that part is up to you.
Quoting Benhamin Eukatah
Why do you not like my Alien Craft? I like that color selection I put on it... Besides I was building massively out of a Pick-a-Brick Order...
Number one, the splash of different colors on the thumbnail image made me think it was a rainbow-mode build. Rainbow-mode signifies lack of building skill, and you don't want people to think that. This is not to say that the MOC lacks building skill, but it can seem like it from a distance. Number two, you want the different colors to stand out from each other, whereas the blue in your MOC blends with either the green or the purple, and that's not very pleasing to my eye.