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Aston Martin DB5 - 1964 (V.1 - V.2)
I post the definitive one; no more adjustments; hope that it would be the final version... :) thanks for your comment and support
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  September 26, 2013
Quoting King Andy I'm amazed with how many great MOCs you can make in one day, great work, it's instantly recognizable :)
Thanks Andy....I love LEGO...so building up is merely natural; they lead me away ;)) Ciao
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  September 26, 2013
I'm amazed with how many great MOCs you can make in one day, great work, it's instantly recognizable :)
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  September 25, 2013
Quoting XY EZ Again and again and again: S U P E R B!
OHHHH Man you're so kind ;)
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  September 25, 2013
Again and again and again: S U P E R B!
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  September 25, 2013
Quoting El Barto ! Cool build, Dude! It's got a nifty modern-retro look to it.
Thanks pal..... :)
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  September 25, 2013
Cool build, Dude! It's got a nifty modern-retro look to it.
  September 25, 2013
ET, I love the Aston lines. I tried to build a DB9 once, but gave up and built some kind of strange custom job in the end. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/333256
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  September 25, 2013
Quoting Nils O. I agree with SSSW. I think you really got close, but there are some details that don't "work", yet. The DB5 is hard to built in 4-wide, I still have no 100% satisfying ideas, either. Anyway, well done, so far (4/5)! :-))
Thanks Nils....same consideration I left to SSSW. I plan to re-adjust in order to get definitively close to the real one. It's a challenge @ the end ;)) Really appreciate your rate ;)))
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  September 25, 2013
Quoting Stephen Barnes Its ok, but its too long. The front grille is unique to AM DB5s and I haven't quite yet worked out how to do it in 4 wide. I could do it with a hacksaw, but I suppose that's not allowed.
Stephen, to build the front fins I tried various alternatives, and although I did not have many pieces adaptable to the front grille, I opted for what you currently see installed. About the length, I have intentionally left it, just because in the original pic, the back end is a little bit longer than the front. Cutting it, mean reduce the total car lenght going out to the real car shape...in my opinion obviously. Thanks for your comment :))
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  September 25, 2013
I agree with SSSW. I think you really got close, but there are some details that don't "work", yet. The DB5 is hard to built in 4-wide, I still have no 100% satisfying ideas, either. Anyway, well done, so far (4/5)! :-))
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  September 25, 2013
Quoting Aaden Hughes Great work! I agree with Starscream Soundwave, but you've still done a great job! I really like the S.N.O.T technique you've used at the front!
Aaden, I plan to make some changes in the next few days....hope it will become more realistic ;) Thanks pal for your appreciation !!!
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  September 25, 2013
Its ok, but its too long. The front grille is unique to AM DB5s and I haven't quite yet worked out how to do it in 4 wide. I could do it with a hacksaw, but I suppose that's not allowed.
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  September 25, 2013
Quoting Dr. Monster This is very well done! Your model looks great, the level shaping and detail you've achieved at this scale is impressive.
I know mate, it's fairly difficult to rendering details in this scale. Adding that this model is so fu... difficult....!! I don't care @ the end. Y're so kind I appreciate your positive comment. Thanks ;)
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  September 25, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti Awesome! Bond...James Bond. Great looking db5
God save the Queen....ah ah ah...Thanks Clay
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  September 25, 2013
Quoting Alexander Paschoaletto that snot on the front turned this car perfectly recognizable. awesome job, keep building!
Thanks Alex :)
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Dr. Monster
  September 24, 2013
This is very well done! Your model looks great, the level shaping and detail you've achieved at this scale is impressive.
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  September 24, 2013
Excellent work!!!!
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  September 24, 2013
Great work! I agree with Starscream Soundwave, but you've still done a great job! I really like the S.N.O.T technique you've used at the front!
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  September 24, 2013
Awesome! Bond...James Bond. Great looking db5
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  September 24, 2013
that snot on the front turned this car perfectly recognizable. awesome job, keep building!
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  September 24, 2013
Quoting Starscream Soundwave This is a great looking four wide, but doesn't quite strike me as a DB5. I think it's perhaps a little long and low, and maybe a little too sleek. The front wings are also too curved, I think you'd be better off using flat tiles. Interesting SNOT at the front though! I'll give you a four as I do quite like the look of it.
I think you re right at the end! But as you can see in the original pics the car is quite long and I have tried to maintain this shape! Most probably lifting it up a little bit, changing the rubbers or rims it should be much more adherent to the original DB5. I had mentioned in the subject that this mic wouldn't be so easy to do ;))). Thanks anyhow for your sincere support !
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  September 24, 2013
This is a great looking four wide, but doesn't quite strike me as a DB5. I think it's perhaps a little long and low, and maybe a little too sleek. The front wings are also too curved, I think you'd be better off using flat tiles. Interesting SNOT at the front though! I'll give you a four as I do quite like the look of it.
 
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