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Krištof Pučejdl's Midi-scale Venator-class Star Destroyer
Published 2 years ago
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Lo and behold the Mecabricks 3D view of Krištof Pučejdl's amazing midi-scale Venator-class Star Destroyer. As the title suggests this MOC depicts the famous vessel from the Star Wars universe first introduced in the opening scenes of Episode III Revenge of the Sith. It is built at a midi-scale and consists of 1491 readily available pieces.

If you would like to build one of these for yourself then I'm happy to announce that Kris has put together a parts list as well as building instructions for the creation.

If you're interested in buying them feel free to send an email to: kristofpucejdl@gmail.com

For additional information check out his eurobricks post:
https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/168126-instructions-venator-class-star-destroyer-midi-scale/

Kudos to zanna for the wonderful image!
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Samino
2 years ago
Incredible! Just incredible.
Excellent job Zanna!
EWOK-PILOT
2 years ago
no words to describe this
BrickBoy8102
2 years ago
whats with that flat tiles message hidden in there?
saabfan
2 years ago
It means exactly what it says @brickboy8102
THEGODDOM
1 year ago
yeah, what's up with that message. what do you mean "help out the creator?"
saabfan
1 year ago
Buying the instructions is a way to help out the creator and acknowledge the work he put into creating the model and the instructions. (A link can be found in the description.)
THEGODDOM
1 year ago
well I'm kinda broke, but ill like the moc though
KL3Wlego
4 months ago
It's a pity that we can't use it...
But amazing model!
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