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A-10 attack Terminator Salvation . Based on the opening scene from Terminator Salvation. Note: some artistic license was taken. . The A-10 is the perfect plane for Terminator Salvation, it is rugged, ugly, and has a big gun. I resolved to build the scenery without any bricklink orders... I remember reading that bricklinking parts is an addiction... They were right. I was shocked by how small my assortment of tan pieces is. Also keeping the ice cream pieces together was one of the most excruciating things I've ever had in a moc, which is why I am so glad I finally get to reveal this month long project. This was my first big scene built with studs out, which made getting the dish to stay a bit of an adventure as was how to get the A-10 to stay up. (Also note the dust trail effect next to the wing of the A-10) Due to my resolve to not bricklink any parts, I eventually used all my tan bricks so I had to brake down and use plates on one side, but I'm rather happy with the result.


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