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Mando me! (V3)
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Hello! It's me, again... Well, this time I made another mandalorian version of myself... Another, I know. This is the third. The other two are here, and here. Those were both made before we had the Mandalorion battle pack pieces, and before I really started to get interested in #Clipping.

Well, I hope you like it! That's all for now, God bless you, 011 out.
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Operator011
2 months ago
QuadrupleFirstBuilderOfLego: Thank you!
KnightofElabor
2 months ago
WoW, i'm impressed!

how many parts is this?
Operator011
2 months ago
Well, I have an unposed version off to the side, so it's 115 with the blaster, 102 without.
MrBrick
2 months ago
You’re welcome!
CrazyTaco
2 months ago
How did you make the blast glow?
Operator011
2 months ago
Prez: Yes, you should. It's fun (an understatement).

CrazyTaco: I think he used a lamp (A light). When I made my render, I used emission. Image
Greenflame24
2 months ago
@O011 Yeah, I've tried to do a clone... but I'm just having trouble figuring out how to work with the string...
Sky_Python
2 months ago
Nice!! Master of clipping for sure
Operator011
2 months ago
Prez: It's not easy. xD
I'd advise not worrying about it for now, and just try to use pieces in interesting ways.

Python: Why, thank you!
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