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Shoulder Pauldrons

Postby DJimBo » Thu Oct 29, 2009 7:56 pm

Shoulder pauldrons... you can buy them in many custom lego shops on the internet, but the problem is: they are expensive...
Don't be sad! I found two cheap solutions but it still looks great! Made out of lego elements!

Version 1


This was my first version, which is using only lego elements, no customizing. But it's probably done before.

It uses only these two elements, and a minifigure of course!
These are very common elements, which you most certain will have.
This is the link to the MOCpage, in which I explain it completely:
Stil it is interesting, because you don't have to customize your lego!

Version 2


This is my newer version, which also is using lego elements but you have to customize them.

It uses only one element, and a minifigure...

Well, who doesn't have some of these? Almost with every lego set you get some extra!
This is the link to the MOCpage, in which I explain it completely:

The links totaly explains how to do it.

I hope you can use it. If something is not clear enough, just ask. I will do my best to explain it.
Feel free to use it. Just tell it forth :wink:
Please comment!
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Re: Shoulder Pauldrons

Postby Seikfreid » Sun Nov 01, 2009 5:02 pm

Thanks for answering my question. I'll have to try out the pauldrons made from the joystick bases. They look pretty neat on figures and they're not so big that they restrict movement.
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