LEGO Star Wars 10225- Ultimate Collector’s Series (UCS) R2-D2
10225 R2-D2™ Ages 16+. 2,127 pieces , US $179.99, CA $229.99, UK£ 149.99, DE€ 179.99, DK 1499 DKK
Come with us as we take an exclusive look at the never before seen 10225 R2-D2™, the latest exclusive LEGO® Star Wars™ set! We’ll talk with Mike and Kurt, the talented LEGO® designers who brought this awesome model to life in LEGO® bricks. The R2-D2 set will be available directly through LEGO® beginning in May 2012 via shop.LEGO.com and at LEGO® Stores. Visit shop.LEGO.com for more details on this amazing model!
Presenting the Ultimate Collector Series R2-D2™ — the best-loved droid in the Star Wars galaxy!
Presenting the iconic R2-D2 as you’ve never seen him before! Everyone’s favorite droid from the Star Wars galaxy is now part of the Ultimate Collector Series and features fantastic detailing, such as retractable third leg, front panels that open to reveal a universal computer interface arm and a circular saw, rotating head and 2 fold-out front spacecraft linkage control arms. With the included fact plaque and R2-D2 minifigure, this diminutive model is the perfect addition to your LEGO® Star Wars™ collection!
• Ultimate Collector Series R2-D2™! • Features retractable third leg! • Front panels open to reveal a universal computer interface arm and circular saw! • Features realistic rotating head! • R2-D2 features 2 fold-out front spacecraft linkage control arms! • Includes fact plaque and R2-D2 minifigure! • Measures over 12″ (31 cm) high and 7″ (18 cm) wide!
My name is Raul Oaida (from Romania) and this is my LEGO tribute to the end of the space shuttle era. Proving that although retired, this machine can still fly, albeit in toy form.
The launch took place from central Germany (easy flight clearance) and reached a max altitude of 35000m. A 1600g meteo balloon filled with helium was used alongside a GoPro Hero, Spot GPS and of course Lego Space Shuttle model 3367.
We launched it on the 31st of December 2011, the equipment was recovered via GPS tracking 240 km S-E from a remote area.
I wish to thank Steve Sammartino for the opportunity to do this project and the german airtraffic control for the understanding.
Assembly of the Lego set 10179 from Star Wars Ultimate collector series in stop motion in 3d. Created using 3ds max and V-ray. A very long work over 3 years, modelling all the pieces by myself. and rendered frame by frame.
A very hastily thrown together model which took about an hour from start to finish. I had some lifelites laying around so I threw them in. Basically this is my version of what a Batmobile could look like in 2025.
It’s pretty much just Batman + Tron + Lamborghini + Le Mans.