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2005 LEGO Racers Street Maniac - LEGO Speed Champions Style
Published 5 months ago
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Here's my take on Street Maniac, the car included in LEGO's 8644 Racers set from 2005. This one was quite the challenge, as I had to adjust the scale of certain parts of the car for it to work at this size, such as the rear diffuser, which is proportionally massive on the original Tiny Turbo. I also went the extra mile and created decals for the car, trying to stay as faithful as possible to the original. I'm really happy with the final result, and hope to do more of these in the future (although next time, I'll probably go with something that has simpler graphics).
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5 months ago
Very nice conversion of the Street Maniac! Some people like me just cannot convert cars into 8-stud wide cars, a skill I would very much like to learn. As always, keep up the good work!
4 months ago
Holy Cow! That is an amazing display of your graphic design skills. Super clean!
4 months ago
Sweet! I had that set as a kid, and thought the printed parts made it super cool. This gives me nostalgia
4 months ago
how do you tint the windows?
4 months ago
how do you tint the windows?
4 months ago
oops sorry for puttingfor putting it twice
4 months ago
Hi, DamianDiaz! There are other colors to choose from in the menu right above the color selection area in the workshop. It'll automatically be set to "Solid," but you can choose between different color types, including transparent ones. the color I used for the windshield is Transparent Brown.
3 months ago
No way! When I saw the thumbnail of this I thought someone had just rebuilt the original. Neat to see a modern reimagining of one of the sets I loved when I was younger.
3 months ago
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