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Do note that each car I build is up to 20 bricks(19 bricks + 1 chassis) so it reaches its max limit.

Also, Notice that each car has a specific color scheme on each of the theme.

In Sandy Bay its mostly Yellow, Black and some Red.

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Custom cars from Lego Racers 2

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Good job on actually coaxing Sandy Bay cars to look good!

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9 hours ago, aidenpons said:

Good job on actually coaxing Sandy Bay cars to look good!

Thank you. I will continue building more cars when I have the time. I also made some changes on Dino Island, Mars and Xalax cars, so do stay tuned :thumbsup:

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On 3/17/2018 at 9:44 PM, dy_enforcer said:

Thank you. I will continue building more cars when I have the time. I also made some changes on Dino Island, Mars and Xalax cars, so do stay tuned :thumbsup:

I did indeed see those, but using the wacko bricks it's relatively easy to create nice and unique cars.

 

Sandy Bay though... you're given a bunch of small inconvenient bricks and a 20-brick limit. Good job on making anything decent out of that!

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2 hours ago, aidenpons said:

I did indeed see those, but using the wacko bricks it's relatively easy to create nice and unique cars.

 

Sandy Bay though... you're given a bunch of small inconvenient bricks and a 20-brick limit. Good job on making anything decent out of that!

Thanks and yes it is easy when using special bricks but some can be very difficult. Look at the Arctic chassis :S. How can you pull off a 20-brick limit with a snowmobile that only has two studs while still have a decent look? Very hard but looking forward to that challenge. I'm upload it with the rest of the arctic cars to see if I can pull it off.

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The Arctic chassis I found a tad easier, because you can just plonk big bricks down and leave wide gaping spaces where you don't have any more bricks to fit anything. Harder than Mars or Xalax, but still easier than Sandy Bay.

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