It's time to be a kid once again as I used to playing this "LEGO" toy when I was still 3 or 4. However, this time is not about building something stupid, funny or simple. It's a flying structure which is not standing on the floor. It's not really flying actually but the idea is not to let it touches the floor. One more challenge is to make the smallest support for it. Maybe it looks simple but it's really challenging and it really spins your head when you build it from nothing. It's finished in a day and  the result is not bad...Hahaha... This is just to kill my spare time actually but it's fun.
    These first two pictures show the complete thing.
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    The structure that I mentioned before is the thing in the middle which is quite heavy and hanging in the air.
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    The support for the structure are only the two small pipes (purple) and fortunately it's stable.
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    Here is the most difficult part, the main support.
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    And this is the final touch, the architecture...lol... The pictures end here. Hope you enjoy it people.
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08/21/2009 00:15

Very hard to imagine how ur robot actually look like...

Does it really float in the air and non of the parts of the robot is touching the floor?
Cant see that it is floating from the photos here...

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08/21/2009 01:37

==" that's not a robot at all,,,It's just like a building,,,NOT ROBOT...the floating structure that I mention is the middle part....it's so obvious in the 3rd and 4th picture...

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02/06/2010 19:13

Thumbs up!

Sometimes I mess around with random LEGOs and I give up after that because I know I'm much too old for them now. I can use Google Sketchup or something like it to design figures with ease (even if I'm not building them).

Oh yeah - Asakuun Draconis translates to Asakuun The Demon in Sicomlean (the language I invented last year, it really works).

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I sure wish I could have gone to the Moon Cake Festival (see my comment in that topic). Maybe I would have seen you. Too bad I only speak English and some Spanish...the festival *is* held in China, right? Or is it Japan? I need to look it up.

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