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The Dragonfly
Helicopter mech cross-over.
About this creation
The Dragonfly is a heli-mech (helicopter mecha) not only can it fly but it's also able to travel by ground to avoid ani-air missiles.

fun build, I stole er...barrowed the idea from an enemy out of Armored Core 2.

The Dragonfly carries two G5-P missile launchers (hold six missiles a-piece) along with a 53 cal. machinegun.

The weapons were really the hardest part, no really!

the resemblence to a Raptor is just in your head.

Skidoosh....

The 53 caliber machinegun

yup that ol'54 cal is quite the beast....What? I never said 54 I said 53 and you know it!

The G5-P missile launcher



These feet are designed for maximum stability on uneven and marshy ground.

Here is heli mode. Although the Dragonfly is strong in neither ground nor air combat its versitility makes it very popular.

Or is it the free pens we give out with bulk orders?



You may have noticed the grooves on the ends of the rotors, these make a high pitched screeching noise when opened that will break glass and cause general mayham.

pssshhhh.....



In action.....

Yeah thats for real.

The roomy cockpit that of course meets all safty standarads.

I'll say it again, pssshhhh....

The state-of-the-art targeting system.


The Dragonfly is about the same size as most other heicopters but with a little extra bang for your buck.

bet you didn't know that......

And our dashing pilot Dave....Dave you need a shave! "Awww shut-up...."

Enough jawin, whadya think?

Forgot to mention I tried to count the pieces I got between 350 and 400.

Makuta Bane: What's that? your not paying attention friend, each two box segment holds 6 missiles a piece add it up ;).



Comments

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  January 10, 2013
love it
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  September 13, 2012
you should try to make a joint in the propellers that would allow them to fold down to the sides, it would make the mech look much better then it already does, not trying to say it looks bad or anything but that would make it look better
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  May 8, 2011
I had trouble deciding which one of Your large mechs was better- Dragonfly or Bulldog, but in the end Dragonfly won. I love the Heli/Walker combo (I'm currently working on something similar- Jet/Walker combo). Legs fit nicely in the back and don't disrupt the overall design, which is a big plus.
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  January 5, 2011
wowwwww very good job
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  June 26, 2010
Very nice work! The blue and yellow mix nicely and the idea has some merit as well. But the legs don't look strong, or long enough to make it move. But very nice overall.
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  May 12, 2010
Interesting. With standard helo landing gear, helos cant land in very much rough terrain, but this can land anywhere! Nice.
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  May 2, 2010
So, I was browsing the internet looking for a tutorial on how to make lego trench coats, I found your page. I was instantly impressed by your amazing models and funny themes. It was nice to see another CFOL (and TFOL) making such amazing models. Well, first I want to complement you on this amazing model. Great idea making a mech helicopter, I like smart ideas like that. And secondly I want to let you know that you are my newest favorite builder, congrats! I hope to be seeing more of your models soon!
Matt S.
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Reid Seghers
  March 29, 2010
O MY GOD this is freaking AMAZING! this is my favorite moc on the pages great job man!
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  March 9, 2010
The chopper has a good shape and the gun makes it look very badass!
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  February 24, 2010
ah well it looks amazing
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  December 23, 2009
Quoting Aric Hansen Did you make instructions for this could I would really like to build one of these it's really cool and I love mechs
I rarely ever make instructions and even if I did I took this apart long ago so I'm not even sure that I could. But I'm glad you like it!
 I like it 
  December 23, 2009
Did you make instructions for this could I would really like to build one of these it's really cool and I love mechs
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  October 3, 2009
Thanks!
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  October 3, 2009
Quoting Cisco Da Mongoose That's amazing! Do you have any tips for me because I want to try my hand at building a helicopter.
Well, all I can say is to look at helicopters made by other builders for inspiration(usually hepls me a lot) and also if what you build isn't to your liking don't be afraid to tear it apart and start over. Hope some of this helps!
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  October 3, 2009
That's amazing! Do you have any tips for me because I want to try my hand at building a helicopter.
  September 26, 2009
2 great things combined to make something very great...terrific. I'll try to make my heli have legs but since yours inspired me I ot to give you credit.
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  September 25, 2009
Man,your mocs are wicked,they have a unique design.Check out my mocs,if you can.
Matt S.
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MacK ...
  August 1, 2009
This is excellent! The half walker half helicopter is a really neat idea. I hope you don't mind that I borrowed your rotor design for one of my own helicopters seen here http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/141096
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  July 18, 2009
The helicopter/mech combination is really cool. I like all the armor, and the ammo chain is a neat detail and built in a really interesting way.
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  July 11, 2009
Quoting Mike 3579 So the Propellers make a noise like the Transformers do to break glass? If so wouldn't the cockpit break as well?
Now when did I say the cockpit was glass? ;)
  July 11, 2009
So the Propellers make a noise like the Transformers do to break glass? If so wouldn't the cockpit break as well? http://www.flickr.com/photos/40263674@N06/3706275710/
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  June 30, 2009
Very cool! Neat idea, good color scheme too. I really like this. Great job. Please check out some of my MOCs.
Matt S.
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aj oglesby
  June 11, 2009
Nice love it. Kind of reminds me of a dawn forge creation.
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  May 12, 2009
Quoting Mike 3579 Sweet man!!! I love the idea of a heli-mech. And those bullets for the 53cal. is briliant, would you mind if I borrowed it?
Go right ahead!
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  May 12, 2009
Sweet man!!! I love the idea of a heli-mech. And those bullets for the 53cal. is briliant, would you mind if I borrowed it?
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  May 3, 2009
Nice, reminds me of a Transformer. Did you ever mess around with the idea of folding the rotors and tail boom up when it's in walk mode? Excellent job on getting the legs to fold up so well in the flight mode.
Matt S.
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Sir Xele
  April 8, 2009
hahaha... dave needs a shave... hahaha
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  April 8, 2009
Quoting commander shard did you just use thread and stick those peices on it using their slots for the chain on the 53 cal.?
Yup. (sorry about the slow reply but I missed your comment some how)
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  March 27, 2009
did you just use thread and stick those peices on it using their slots for the chain on the 53 cal.?
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  March 25, 2009
This is a godly creation, and i hope to one day be a shadow of this greatness. (on another note, this pales in consideration to the awesomeness that is Keith. oh well, you tried) Keep it up, man, great work.
  January 21, 2009
Whoa, how very unique! Great idea, I like the way you built this too.
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  January 20, 2009
A heli-mech? That is the most ironic concept I've ever heard of. Brilliant!
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  January 1, 2009
I like it it's pretty cool, but it should stand taller.
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  December 17, 2008
im astonished i just dont know what to say except to please please send me instructions :)
Matt S.
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masterchief 1
  December 16, 2008
OHMIGOODNESS! This is fantastic!
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  November 21, 2008
This is sickness wrapped up in a beautiful package tied with strings of awesomeness. So clean, so detailed, so creative. Enough has been said.
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  November 9, 2008
Nice, i like it. Looks like remote controlled helicopter that's hit a bird. I don't understand any of this 'mech' stuff but it looks cool : )
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  November 8, 2008
the back propeller could use some work but thats okay. its still awesome....
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  November 6, 2008
Genius.
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  October 24, 2008
Very Nice!! Some day soon I'll get round to building a mecha myself.
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  October 8, 2008
Terrifying and terrific all in one package! I'm a little peeved though. Why you ask? Well, I ordered a bulk order of 200 units just for the free pens and when they finally shipped (three weeks after the mechs themselves!), there were no ink cartridges!?! So I called customer service and the Indian guy was like, "De ink cartridges cost 1500 dolla extra. Cash or credit?" Need I say more? No? Okay, good. Seriously though, great work. And thanks for the great review. I have made a racing variant of the Rapier but haven't posted. I can email you a picture if you want. Again, great work! Peace - Patrick
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  October 8, 2008
Awesome!
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  October 7, 2008
Very kool i like it. The guns are great.and the legs fold up nicely. Definite 5
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  September 27, 2008
I should refrase that, each of those little rectangles holds three missles, all togather there are four of them, 3x4=12 so tweleve missles all together. (they are stacked on top of each-other)
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  September 20, 2008
Ummm, wait, let me do the math... So that is about 24 rockets, right? Okay, that's not that bad. But from looking at it, I would only say there are 4. Are the others BEHIND the first, or something? Oh, well, I still love the concept. Great work, my friend.
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  September 15, 2008
You build some excellent mechas! I love that .52 chain gun on this guy...
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  September 11, 2008
This is so awesome! Ammo chain is amazing, also the legs are great! Front i cool too, but legs are the best! Great job! Check out my dragonfly!
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  September 1, 2008
Awesome concept & impressive build - well played
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  August 11, 2008
A very original idea, a cross-over between an helicopter and an mech. You're great, you gave me the inspiration for my next MOC.
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  August 11, 2008
Very nice! My favorite little detail is how the openings for the studs on the wedge plates behind the cockpit form a grill. That made sense, right?
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  August 10, 2008
What an amazing "toy" ! It's a bit funny, but in a good way. A very creative MOC, well done !
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  August 4, 2008
I'm tired of typing so I'll leave you with this: Incredible!
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  August 4, 2008
hey matt, i just posted a third variation of my liberty gundam. please comment on it. ps: nice job, but it looks like it should lean a bit more to the vehicle section since you can't see that it has legs very well due to their size.
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  August 2, 2008
Awesome, now why do I never think of stuff like this?
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  August 2, 2008
WOW, Dude! This ROCKS! I mean, the feet are neat...and the chopper...WELL DONE ON ALL, MATE!
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  August 2, 2008
Two things I want to build and have so far been unable to accomplish to my satisfaction: a good mech, and a good helicopter. And you go and combine the two. I think I hate you a little bit.
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  August 2, 2008
Awesom!! Totally amazing!! This is one the best helis I've seen. I love the weapons, and especially the machine gun, but you should add some gattling. You know, some small machine guns, a turret, maybe another missile launcher, etc. Overall... One of the best helis out there.
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  August 2, 2008
A helicopter with legs...quite possibly the sweetest idea ever! Did you come up with it yourself? (I didn't read everything...) Either way, this is one sweet MOC, great work!
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  August 1, 2008
METAL! Nice work man. Have to agree with Rathe: looks awesome but if the rotors could fold it would be perfect. Folders rotors troubled me alot when I tried to do a M.A.S.K. Switchblade-they're hard man!
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  August 1, 2008
Masterful Design
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  August 1, 2008
It's amazingly sleek; The details are excellent, and it's studless! It has an interesting purpose...C ya~ElNickre
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  August 1, 2008
Nice Idea. The only faults that I can find are that the rotor doesn't tuck away, and the cockpit is a little too thick. Otherwise, it's as fine as a very sharp knife.
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  August 1, 2008
Wow, it looks great! I love the legs (if you the the legs wrong on a mech, the whole thing is trash in my opinion). It also looks GREAT in heli mode, especially the back end. I might have to copy that cockpit idea (I have been working on something like that), and the chain gun looks great! My only complaint is that, come on, one gun and four missiles?!?! That thing needs a few gatlings, and some of those 5 pack rockets that are very popular on MOCPages! Get real! ;)
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  August 1, 2008
me likey!! i love the concept, and you've executed it perfectly. the machine gun belt looks terrific (although the rest of the model does too). the only thing that bothers me is the dual tail rotor arrangement, which in real life wouldn't work very well. but that's minor, really. the rest's very good, so 5/5.
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  August 1, 2008
Absolutely brilliant.
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  August 1, 2008
very nicely built matt. keep it up. i'm also gonna add you to my favorite builders list. see ya later. ~sho
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  August 1, 2008
nicely done, I like it especially because it ability to travel over land
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  August 1, 2008
Ha! I didn't miss this! I do like the concept of the whole heli-mech thing. Ohh great now I want to make a mech!
 
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