HEMTT LAUNCH SYSTEM INSTRUCTIONS
This is a microscale representation of the THAAD anti-ballistic missile system, mounted on an 8x8 HEMTT truck chassis. It can be built either as a launch vehicle with 8 missile tubes on a raising and lowering rack, or as a command and control vehicle with rotating radar dish. The model also features extendable support stands at the rear of the vehicle.
ALAKUNEDA THINK TANK INSTRUCTIONS
This creation is a microscale model of the walking AI-controlled tank fought by Major Motoko Kusanagi in the 1995 anime film Ghost in the Shell. The design features pose-able legs, turning head/body, turning and tilting forward cannons, shoulder guns, and retractable manipulator arms.
Note: Cut flex tube is used for the eye inserts. And the black pins for the forward cannons need to be of the right mold type to fit on a tool handle.
A-4K SKYHAWK INSTRUCTIONS
This model represents the Douglas A-4K Skyhawk as flown by the Royal New Zealand Air Force until its retirement in 2001. The model was created as a show set for the 2013 Christchurch Brick Show held at the Air Force Museum, where 500 models were sold.
TYPHON KOMIT INSTRUCTIONS
A fictitious racing car built at the 4-wide Tiny Turbo scale, the Komit from Typhon Racing Industries can be built as either a regular sports car (right), or as a dedicated GT racer (left).
TYPHON VALONQAR INSTRUCTIONS
Successor to the Komit, the fictitious Valonqar from Typhon Racing Industries can also be built as either a sports car (left) or as a dedicated LMP1 race car (right).
SF16-H FERRARI F1 INSTRUCTIONS
The SF16-H is the 2016 F1 car from Scuderia Ferrari, and was driven by Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen. It is built here at microscale from 45 parts. See here for the minifig-scale version, or here for my larger 1:16 scale model.
FERRARI LMP1 INSTRUCTIONS
Ferrari do not run a car in the LMP1 class of the World Endurance Championship (WEC), but if they did then it might look something like this. See here for the larger 1:17 scale model, based on concept art by Oriol Folch Garcia.