Space is for everyone, no exception for these cute little explorers. To follow their curiosity, they are using their own small rovers. The models are based on Mighty Micros set. The left rover is inspired by or as a tribute of 886: Space Buggy and the right one is my own design. Both of them are built with similar width and length, large parabolic antenna, also classic-space color. It is sure a real Mighty Micros rovers.
Gas is an important thing for rover. Because the spacemen sure don’t want to explore the planet only by walking with their legs. And this is the job for this tanker, bring the gas to the spaceman’s base. The model is built with classic space livery, completed with red wheels and retro-futuristic look.
The actual features for this model is articulated manual steering, suspension by the rotation of ball socket connection, and fits one minifig in the cabin. Read More…
February has ended, but not for FebRovery. Recently I add a photo of this creation below in FebRovery group and still can be accepted. Main idea of this model is to use a car mudguard (Design ID 98282) at that placement below. You may think of a minifig Crutch (Design ID 24077) but not that part. And to add more model for FebRovery (DUH).
This rover may look simple but it can Explore a Space Planet faster – as a Light Cycle in the TRON movie so I call this T-Rover. I change the color to fit the Classic-Space color scheme – in here, I mainly used Blacktron color scheme..
It use a Big Windscreen to look freely and use a Big tires as Space terrain is hard..
This model is Modeled and ‘Rendered with Blender’ at the same night.. So, not a great render (for me..)
This Multifunctional Van is just perfect, you can Explore Space an brings other Spaceman needs. It even has a Solar Panel so no need to stop and fuel the Gas, an Antenna to connect with other Spaceman and Earth, and a ladder for seeing from high and if there’s a problem on the top..
The real features of this van is Openable rear door, and fit One Spaceman minifig via front Windscreen. Read More…