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Red Skull's Flying-Wing Chase [My LEGO IDEAS Project]

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Hello everyone! I'm new to this forum and I'm truely a LEGO fan:) Here is one of my recent work based on Marvel Super Heroes theme, and hope you guys enjoy it! 
For more details, please check the link below. If you like the model, please give your support. Thanks a lot!
https://ideas.lego.com/projects/85922

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THE STORY

The project features the scene from the movie Captain America: The First Avenger. Red Skull is escaping in his flying-wing with the cosmic cube, and Captain America is chasing him, but he is losing his target. Thanks to Peggy Carter and Colonel Chester Phillips, who come with Red Skull's roadster for help! After kissing Peggy goodbye, the mighty Captain jumps onto the aircraft from the roadster and saves the day!



THE FLYING-WING

The flying-wing is built mainly with dark grey, light grey, black and some dark red bricks. The front cockpit can open and fit one minifig, probably Red Skull himself. The back cockpit can also open, where Red Skull place the cosmic cube. 



THE ROADSTER

The roadster is built with black and dark red bricks, and can fit two minifigures comfortably. Peggy and Colonel Chester Phillips are driving the luxurious car, although it is Red Skull's ride. For more details of the roadster, please refer to this link (including the car model from real bricks):

https://ideas.lego.com/projects/83538/updates



THE MINIFIGS

This project includes four minifigs: Captain America, Red Skull, Peggy Carter and Colonel Chester Phillips. As for the accessories: Captain America is holding his shield; Red Skull has a big gun in one hand and the cosmic cube in the other; Peggy and the Colonel are both holding a pistol. All four minifigs have custom decals on their heads and torsos.



Thank you all for viewing!

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very nice looks like a finished set. i'ld buy one

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That looks great.  What did you use to create those images?

Thanks! Glad that you like it.

I used LDD to POV-Ray Converter and POV-Ray to make some rendering images.

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Awesome! Lego should offer you a job immediately as their prime Super Heroe designer.  

 

I will vote for you when I come home tonight.

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Awesome! Lego should offer you a job immediately as their prime Super Heroe designer.  

 

I will vote for you when I come home tonight.

Thanks a lot for voting!

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This is the right thread to spend my 600th post on!

 

I really like what you did there.

Especially the car looks great!

Don't know if LEGO will support this due to its military theme - I know it's also movie theme but still...

Anyhow, I'll be supporting your idea ;-) hope you get to the review process soon!

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This is the right thread to spend my 600th post on!

 

I really like what you did there.

Especially the car looks great!

 

 

 Lego produced Toy Story Army figs in 7595 and polybags so I reckon this project wouldn't be rejected on that basis alone. It might be rejected because the army guy doesn't seem to fancy the Captain.  :airkiss:

 

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Anyhow, I'll be supporting your idea ;-) hope you get to the review process soon!

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 Lego produced Toy Story Army figs in 7595 and polybags so I reckon this project wouldn't be rejected on that basis alone. It might be rejected because the army guy doesn't seem to fancy the Captain.  :airkiss:

 

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Anyhow, I'll be supporting your idea ;-) hope you get to the review process soon!

 

Yeah, I agree with you. And also, the project could be rejected because of the license issue...

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Doesn't stop you from bricklinking the pieces and selling your own kits like Brickmania does.  Or the LDD as an ebay item.  I'd buy it as long as everything was real lego.

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