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E-100 with Krupp Turret
this is my Lego E-100 with the Krupp model turret (sorry about rainbow colors, cant afford to buy in bulk)
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this model is minifigure scale, has some suspension, a fully movable gun, and 360 rotating turret




this is why i keep my legos in a drawer, never know when chuck norris may come about...



Comments

 I made it 
  February 27, 2014
Quoting Jerry Temple Aha, finally I see your rainbow E-100! Don't worry, my M7 "Beauregard" US medium (it would be somewhere in-between the M4 and M4A3E2, or maybe it could be a light after the Chaffee) is also rainbow, plus K'nex treads! I don't have LDD yet, but I will once I get a real computer that will run it (stupid Chromebook!) :D
dont forget your camera, i wanted to comment on your creations, but all i saw was blur...
 I like it 
  February 27, 2014
Aha, finally I see your rainbow E-100! Don't worry, my M7 "Beauregard" US medium (it would be somewhere in-between the M4 and M4A3E2, or maybe it could be a light after the Chaffee) is also rainbow, plus K'nex treads! I don't have LDD yet, but I will once I get a real computer that will run it (stupid Chromebook!) :D
 I made it 
  December 17, 2013
Quoting Claw Paradox I've seen you on the forums! Nice model, except for the rainbow colors. But I can understand that, sometimes there just isn't enough pieces to go around.
mhmm my resources are stretched thin, ive got about 15 more photos of this with different views to upload, but my PC is havin trouble connecting with bluetooth
 I like it 
  December 17, 2013
I've seen you on the forums! Nice model, except for the rainbow colors. But I can understand that, sometimes there just isn't enough pieces to go around.
 I made it 
  December 3, 2013
Quoting lone wolf For a first MOC, this isn't bad. Alex is definitely right about starting small, but I see your problem with only having wide tracks. You aren't alone, that was my biggest problem when I started out. Just look in my junk file, that was my attempt at a panzer III/IV believe it or not. This shows much promise because, although rainbow colored, it actually looks like the real one. I look forward to seeing what you do next :)
what i plan on doing next is uploading my military base that houses this tank, and many others, with aircraft, spacecraft, and other various military operations...
 I like it 
  December 2, 2013
For a first MOC, this isn't bad. Alex is definitely right about starting small, but I see your problem with only having wide tracks. You aren't alone, that was my biggest problem when I started out. Just look in my junk file, that was my attempt at a panzer III/IV believe it or not. This shows much promise because, although rainbow colored, it actually looks like the real one. I look forward to seeing what you do next :)
 I made it 
  November 22, 2013
thanks guys, yeah i know i started big, but these were the only tracks i got, i have no chains, so i had to start big hehe
  November 22, 2013
Def a nice start. :) Like Alex says, start small. When we started, the biggest thing we built was a StuG and a M3 Stuart. Relatively easy to get all the right colors for. Small part count. We started with smaller tanks, working up to the all tan Ferdinand we are building now. :) We have about 50 models built currently. Has taken several years to get to that point. You are already off to a great start with the E-100. :) Looks great all over.
 I made it 
  November 21, 2013
Quoting Alex Sonny Well hello there! I can see you're only beginning to build. Some tips: 1. first image should be the creation itself. just so we can see what we're clicking ;) now for the tank: it is a nice representation of the in-game one, as far as the shape goes. The roadwheels are nicely done too, And I'm guessing it would be a pain to get actual working suspension on there. The only thing are the colours, but I'm guessing you don't have many parts. So here are tips: Start small. Build something you can afford. The first version doesn't have to be posted here, have it sit on your desk for a while and improve it. As this model is already pretty realistic this is all you should do! I hope to see you improve!:)
thanks man, these pics are about a month old (i have a forum topic on WoT about it to) but i have designed an improved suspension system for it, allowing for replacement of an inner/outer roadwheel set, the new suspension also allows for a greater ground clearance. and yes i know rainbow color isnt the norm, but i try to include enough details to counteract the "flood of paint" that is shown :) im working on getting these, and more pics of it up soon!
 I like it 
  November 21, 2013
Well hello there! I can see you're only beginning to build. Some tips: 1. first image should be the creation itself. just so we can see what we're clicking ;) now for the tank: it is a nice representation of the in-game one, as far as the shape goes. The roadwheels are nicely done too, And I'm guessing it would be a pain to get actual working suspension on there. The only thing are the colours, but I'm guessing you don't have many parts. So here are tips: Start small. Build something you can afford. The first version doesn't have to be posted here, have it sit on your desk for a while and improve it. As this model is already pretty realistic this is all you should do! I hope to see you improve!:)
 I made it 
  November 21, 2013
please comment, im open to all kinds of tips and general talks
 
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