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LCU - Compact Vehicles: Earwig
Published 6 months ago
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LEGO® CITY Undercover - Compact Vehicles: Earwig

IMPORTANT NOTE: Some parts of the actual in-game model are hidden or ambiguous shaded and therefore I had to make compromises in parts usage. Be asured that I tried to keep the model as close to the original as possible, and that hidden parts are set with focus on stability.

Instructions will be added as soon as Mecabricks includes the instruction function. Please keep updated.

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6 months ago
I'm glad somebody is building these awesome models. I was also planning to start rebuilding them as soon as I finished the game. I've already built some ships from the pirates of the caribbean game and I did this based on the 3D models in Blender. Not sure if it will also work for cars as they change in-game whenever you hit something.
6 months ago
Whoops, I´m not even going that far to import files into Blender... grinning face with smiling eyes
I´m simply taking screenshots (F12) in camera mode of the four (or less) different damage modes, and as soon as it is only a small model I´m able to rebuild it quite correctly.
6 months ago
I've checked this one and it's perfectly accurate. The screenshot way will be the best to build these cars, as the 3D meshes have all versions of the car in the same mesh.
5 months ago
Yay! I really like LCU so I think it is awesome to see some of the vehicles here! I just now stumbled across all your LCU vehicles and I am really impressed! Great job.
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