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Optimus Prime/Convoy - main graphic by QuQuS
Optimus Prime/Convoy - main graphic
Just a little graphic which I made for fun. In GIMP.

Probably a wormhole or another spacebridge. And Optimus, mandatory!
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Optimus Prime/Convoy - truck mode - extra details by QuQuS
Optimus Prime/Convoy - truck mode - extra details
Optimus Prime (or Convoy, as it was called in Japan) is one of the most recognizable characters not only for Transformer fans, but also to people who are generally not interested in big robots and their transformations.

I like this character so I decided to create him in LEGO. You may probably remind that some years ago I already made a Optimus Prime, but it was a Prime from my imagination (or Cybertron, as some people said ...) made from Bionicle parts mainly.

New MOC is different - model is made from classical system bricks. And yes, when I was building him I tried to make him similar to Optimus Prime figure from "MP-10" version which - in my opinion - is one of the best ever made.

I must admit that this was a experiment. I wasn't sure if this is a good idea to make a figure in such scale. I don't know how long does it takes to design such figure but It's true I spend few months on it. I wanted to give up several times but every time I wanted to destroy it I decided to give it another chance.

Here you can see a version 1.0, but true is it should be a further number because of each correction (yeah, there were lots of them!). And another funny thing - then I was finishing photo-collages I made some another corrections but they must wait till another "Optimus Prime release" (it takes a lot of time to process each picture independently and join into one collage).


Ok, so I believe it's good time to talk about figure. It's transformable, but full transformation takes about 20-30 min and sometimes parts like to fall off during this procedure. This makes model non-playable but for me more important is that both - robot and vehicle modes look good. Oh, and you can actually move each finger independently which is quite rare in Lego Optimus Primes I've seen on Internet.

I don't think It's good idea to talk about articulation and movement - photos should tell you everything. I just say that Optimus's crutch doesn't block the legs (Optimus is able to sit). In vehicle mode wheels can rotate but they depends how you pose each finger.

Many Optimus figures have a very small wheels. I know that this is connected with transformation but I don't like it. So I used some larger instead.


Only patent which I use from another great Optimus Mocer - Boyzwiththemosttoyz - is a using of cheese parts in Optimus's chest. It's a really great patent which makes chest a specific shape. Everything else I designed myself.


There should be a video which shows MOC's functions but I need more time to do it in a good quality.


I hope you like him. I'm looking forward for comments from you.


Have a nice day!
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Optimus Prime/Convoy - truck mode by QuQuS
Optimus Prime/Convoy - truck mode
Optimus Prime (or Convoy, as it was called in Japan) is one of the most recognizable characters not only for Transformer fans, but also to people who are generally not interested in big robots and their transformations.

I like this character so I decided to create him in LEGO. You may probably remind that some years ago I already made a Optimus Prime, but it was a Prime from my imagination (or Cybertron, as some people said ...) made from Bionicle parts mainly.

New MOC is different - model is made from classical system bricks. And yes, when I was building him I tried to make him similar to Optimus Prime figure from "MP-10" version which - in my opinion - is one of the best ever made.

I must admit that this was a experiment. I wasn't sure if this is a good idea to make a figure in such scale. I don't know how long does it takes to design such figure but It's true I spend few months on it. I wanted to give up several times but every time I wanted to destroy it I decided to give it another chance.

Here you can see a version 1.0, but true is it should be a further number because of each correction (yeah, there were lots of them!). And another funny thing - then I was finishing photo-collages I made some another corrections but they must wait till another "Optimus Prime release" (it takes a lot of time to process each picture independently and join into one collage).


Ok, so I believe it's good time to talk about figure. It's transformable, but full transformation takes about 20-30 min and sometimes parts like to fall off during this procedure. This makes model non-playable but for me more important is that both - robot and vehicle modes look good. Oh, and you can actually move each finger independently which is quite rare in Lego Optimus Primes I've seen on Internet.

I don't think It's good idea to talk about articulation and movement - photos should tell you everything. I just say that Optimus's crutch doesn't block the legs (Optimus is able to sit). In vehicle mode wheels can rotate but they depends how you pose each finger.

Many Optimus figures have a very small wheels. I know that this is connected with transformation but I don't like it. So I used some larger instead.


Only patent which I use from another great Optimus Mocer - Boyzwiththemosttoyz - is a using of cheese parts in Optimus's chest. It's a really great patent which makes chest a specific shape. Everything else I designed myself.


There should be a video which shows MOC's functions but I need more time to do it in a good quality.


I hope you like him. I'm looking forward for comments from you.


Have a nice day!
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Optimus Prime/Convoy - robot mode by QuQuS
Optimus Prime/Convoy - robot mode
Optimus Prime (or Convoy, as it was called in Japan) is one of the most recognizable characters not only for Transformer fans, but also to people who are generally not interested in big robots and their transformations.

I like this character so I decided to create him in LEGO. You may probably remind that some years ago I already made a Optimus Prime, but it was a Prime from my imagination (or Cybertron, as some people said ...) made from Bionicle parts mainly.

New MOC is different - model is made from classical system bricks. And yes, when I was building him I tried to make him similar to Optimus Prime figure from "MP-10" version which - in my opinion - is one of the best ever made.

I must admit that this was a experiment. I wasn't sure if this is a good idea to make a figure in such scale. I don't know how long does it takes to design such figure but It's true I spend few months on it. I wanted to give up several times but every time I wanted to destroy it I decided to give it another chance.

Here you can see a version 1.0, but true is it should be a further number because of each correction (yeah, there were lots of them!). And another funny thing - then I was finishing photo-collages I made some another corrections but they must wait till another "Optimus Prime release" (it takes a lot of time to process each picture independently and join into one collage).


Ok, so I believe it's good time to talk about figure. It's transformable, but full transformation takes about 20-30 min and sometimes parts like to fall off during this procedure. This makes model non-playable but for me more important is that both - robot and vehicle modes look good. Oh, and you can actually move each finger independently which is quite rare in Lego Optimus Primes I've seen on Internet.

I don't think It's good idea to talk about articulation and movement - photos should tell you everything. I just say that Optimus's crutch doesn't block the legs (Optimus is able to sit). In vehicle mode wheels can rotate but they depends how you pose each finger.

Many Optimus figures have a very small wheels. I know that this is connected with transformation but I don't like it. So I used some larger instead.


Only patent which I use from another great Optimus Mocer - Boyzwiththemosttoyz - is a using of cheese parts in Optimus's chest. It's a really great patent which makes chest a specific shape. Everything else I designed myself.


There should be a video which shows MOC's functions but I need more time to do it in a good quality.


I hope you like him. I'm looking forward for comments from you.


Have a nice day!
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I'm a lego builder. Niestety w związku z ciągłymi awariami BS-a zostałem zmuszony przenieść część rzeczy do innych galerii.

Pewnie zastanawiacie się, czemu QuQuS, a nie Kukus czy QQS? Odpowiedź jest bardzo prosta - jakiś złośliwiec ukradł mi nicka :D

Other galleries:
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Thedinosaurgirl7 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy Birthday!!! :la:
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QuQuS Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015
Thank you! :)
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DeviantArtistMax Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy birthday!
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QuQuS Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015
Thanks! :)
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DeviantArtistMax Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Your welcome! 
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SteelJack7707 Featured By Owner May 11, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Hej, QuQuz. Świetne budowle. Miałbym prośbę. Czy mógłbyś ocenić zbudowanego przeze mnie MOCa?:) (Smile) 
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QuQuS Featured By Owner May 11, 2015
Done :)
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CalumTraveler Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2015  Student Digital Artist
I dont have the time to fave everything that is awesome here in your gallery, so have a Llama in place of that!
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QuQuS Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2015
Thank you :) That's very kind!
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CalumTraveler Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2015  Student Digital Artist
^u^ You're welcome!
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