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Moving Right Along!
It’s been slow and steady progress on this project. So, to aid in the effort, I got together with my local LEGO User Group (LUG) and put together a series of videos involving this project. Episodes two through four cover the mechanisms used in bringing these models to life.
If you have any interest in seeing these little machines in their most elemental forms, give these videos a watch. I’ve ordered them from least complex to most. Enjoy!
Making a Splash
First off, I want to thank everyone for their support in getting through the first milestone! It's a bit stressful to see 60 days count down, as many of you are well aware.
I've also been sharing my project on The Brick Blogger, a site I regularly write for. And on there I had a comment to add a bit more color to the rides. I kind of like the look of the Robot Chicken Walker, but agreed with their opinion for the other two. So I got to work on the Titanic Waves and wanted to share what I came up with. I'll need more time on the UFO Uh-Oh to figure out what direction to take that in.
Once I have the UFO updated fully, I'll update the entire project. In the mean time, check out the new colorful Titanic Waves featuring Chibothy the Whale (Chibothy is just a character I made up and is not based on any intellectual property).
Thanks for all your support!