aoffan23 wrote:Nice, I like your choice of weapon inspiration. Also the rules are cool, just the right amount of complexity.
I have a suggestion for the backpack though, because it looks a bit bottom-heavy to me at the moment. I think it would look good if you put neck brackets (ideally black) on the two studs and hung them over the sides, then put a 1x2 tile on top of the bit of stud left sticking up. If you don't have the neck brackets, just a tile would work fine.
Can't say I approve of you chopping that arm piece, but that's just my opinion, I'm a purist when it comes to building Lego.
Warhead wrote:The top bit of the back pack can't accomidate anything because of this particular mini-figs helmet, it would probably be ok if a different helmet was used.
The arm peace, I have like a billion of them and while I use many as they are intended, as you know I am not averse to making things work through sheer pigheaded force BUT nothing goes to waste. If I can cut something and make two useful and interesting things as a result, well, then that is what I do. The ends of these arms are very, very useful for many things. Bayonet lugs for under the Assyrian Carbine for Chainsaws or Pirate Cutlass blades for one. Besides, we had to make do a lot of the time as we didn't have Briklink or whatever and very few fancy Lego peaces in the 80's.
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