(Building Instructions!) My BeamNG.drive LEGO Cars

Discussion in 'Videos, Screenshots and other Artwork' started by DriftinCovet1987, Jun 3, 2017.

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What car do you most want me to build next?

Poll closed Jun 8, 2017.
  1. Hopper

    30.0%
  2. Bolide

    25.0%
  3. Pigeon

    5.0%
  4. Grand Marshal

    22.5%
  5. Burnside

    17.5%
  1. umustbeloggedintododat

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    Maybe some of the iconic BeamNG mods?
     
  2. DriftinCovet1987

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    Yeah, it's a bit off, but it's not so far off that I'm bothered by it.

    After I complete the Barstow, the next one's most likely gonna be the Satsuma 210. I'll look into making other mod vehicles, too, after I finish the T-Series.
     
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  3. DriftinCovet1987

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    So, I finished the Barstow. This was probably the most difficult car for me to build yet - like, I had to go through several revisions of every aspect of this vehicle until I was happy.
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    Also, yes, it is a sub-frame car. Sort of. The big black plate rails on the back of the front half slide into the center, where the roof bolts them securely in place.
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    And the Barstow next to the Moonhawk. (I've raised the roof of the Moonhawk per @Alex_Farmer557's request.)
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    I've also made the Bluebuck in LDD (which has a blue brick as its logo) and rendered it in Bluerender.
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  4. DriftinCovet1987

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    Hey, y'all.

    So, I'm re-doing the Piccolina and Miramar...completely. From the ground up. I was not happy with either of them.

    I re-did the Miramar this morning.
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    It's just so much better now. I don't think that it's spot-on (I'm still a little iffy about the front and rear), but it's way better than the first 5-wide Miramar.

    Also, I'm not going to be doing the Satsuma because that's way too difficult for me to build. At least, it would be in this scale because of the 15-inch wheels it uses. I could do it in 4-wide, but that'll be for later.
     
  5. DriftinCovet1987

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    I've made the Piccolina:
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    So ends my pre-1975 cars. I'm going to be building the T-Series and Bolide next.
     
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  6. XL.BiGSmOKe.XL.YT

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  7. DriftinCovet1987

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    Thanks! I'm not sure how expensive they'd be, but I know they're not exactly cheap. The 6-wide Bluebuck, for instance, uses 143 pieces - 40 more than its 5-wide brother. However, considering how massive the 6-wide Bubu is, that's not that much to pay for such a large vehicle.
     
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  8. DriftinCovet1987

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    I haven't stopped building the bigger versions of the BeamNG.LEGO cars; I'm just busy doing other things.

    Like making them in LDD:
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    I got the first six complete, and have moved on to building the Bolide, Covet, T-Series, Pigeon, LeGran, and I-Series. I've already completed these, but I don't have any more camera batteries, so...it'll take a while to transition them into LDD.
     
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