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Bill's F.A.L.C. Round Two: Sam Sanster vs Mitchell Long
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About this creation
For my entry into Bill's 1st Annual Lego Contest against Mitchell Long I have built a WW2 German Torpedo bomber, the Fieseler 167 .

It had a wingspan of 44 feet, 3 1/2 inches, was 37 feet, 4 3/4 inches long, and 15 feet 9 inches tall.





A close up on the landing gear and torpedo.








This is a remake of my first post on MOCpages, and would not have been photographed on time without moTT 10's camera.



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  January 14, 2014
Quoting Achintya Prasad Not bad, not bad :-D Now, a few things that could improve this: On a rather large scale, try "beefing" up the areas immediately aft of the propellers; they usually contain bulky engine machinery and such. Also, maybe a little work on the cockpit; the angles look a little out-of-place on such an aircraft. Finally, yes, a larger torpedo would be better. My suggestion would be to use 2x2 cylinders as your main body, a regular nose cone, and some new technique for the fins (I'm sure a little though could bring some new, interesting designs ;-D) But overall, not bad!
If you look at the link for the Fieseler at the top, you can see the nose is rather sleek. The cockpit could be better, I agree, and while the front is an improvement over the original in some aspects, the rear cockpit is not as well-shaped as the original. I was thinking of going with a larger torpedo, but decided against it. Thanks for the cc.
 I like it 
  January 13, 2014
Not bad, not bad :-D Now, a few things that could improve this: On a rather large scale, try "beefing" up the areas immediately aft of the propellers; they usually contain bulky engine machinery and such. Also, maybe a little work on the cockpit; the angles look a little out-of-place on such an aircraft. Finally, yes, a larger torpedo would be better. My suggestion would be to use 2x2 cylinders as your main body, a regular nose cone, and some new technique for the fins (I'm sure a little though could bring some new, interesting designs ;-D) But overall, not bad!
  January 13, 2014
Pretty sweet, but you might want a bigger torpedo. Unless you are only hunting row boats XD
 I like it 
  January 13, 2014
Neat!
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  January 13, 2014
Epic!
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  January 13, 2014
Good Luck, But I think i am Doomed! ;(
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  January 13, 2014
Awesome! You need to take the link out of the "About this creation" To get them to work.
 
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