i like the fact that you used larger scale parts (tires, etc.) for the main drums, the cymbols are pretty nice too, they remind of joey jordisons paiste cymbols he had for a while. all around great job.
Its ok i guess, but like the high hat is to high...theres no snare and u dont relly even have like a floor tom or anything...i didnt even see a ride or anything just a bunch of symbols scattered every where...I made 1 and its relly close to the real thing...i dont have a double bass but its closer to the real thing...And the tires...srry...but they look kinda wierd 4 the bass drums...=/
Dude, Nice! I love the high hat and everything I love the teqnique you used for the bass with the wheel. that one dude said that you had 2 many parts but I completely disagree It's huge like Neal Pearts's I think his like a 27 peice or something
I'll have to cast a dissenting vote on the tires for the bass drums -- they just look like a couple of tires to me. However, I can't think of a better alternative to make that size cylinder in Lego, so I'll just say: creative parts usage. One improvement I can suggest is to change the cymbals from white to a metallic gold or silver. I know those little radar dishes exist in those colors, but whether it would be feasible to procure them is of course another story.
All that it's missing is a cowbell...
I only say that because I have one on my own drumset.
This is great! As everyone else said, the tire bass drums are very creative, and after seeing two of them there the first thing I thought of was Dave L. :P
Nice use of those shovels, too.