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Old January 15th, 2012, 10:35 AM
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Default Lego scout ship

I received this as a PM, but it's too much fun...

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I have a few weeks before i start my next school term and came into a huge pile of used Lego, including the star wars star destroyer. So I thought immediately about making a type s scout, to scale!


So a few questions - which plans do u recommend I use? And at Lego scale, how big should the ship be? I would like to really do it right so any advice about making the ship will be most welcome!
God, it must be 30 years since I did that!

The problem I had with converting deckplans to Lego is that Lego walls are very thick, whereas on plans they're almost zero thickness. If you're only doing the outside it's much easier.

AFAIK the CT plans are fairly accurate.
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