Thursday, April 26, 2012

The Orange Tachikoma

Mahjqa's Ghost in the Shell (Tachikoma), hit 3.000 supporters.

To celebrate, Peer acknowledged this mark with an Orange Tachikoma in a slightly different version.
It is now tracked and exhibits some different ornamental/accessories.

On flickr, Peer also released a new video few days ago, featuring this tracked version of his Tachikoma (Trackoma), after "painting" a bit on Adobe Premiere...

Sometime earlier, at the 2.000 supporters mark, the Tachikoma also got the first official comment from LEGO CUUSOO team as copied below.

Congratulations on achieving over 2,000 supporters so quickly! This is a gorgeous model of a Tachikoma. You've thought out the features and the construction quite well. It's aesthetically pleasing and looks very playable and fun.

Best of luck on your journey to 10,000 supporters!


Now it still needs another 7.000 supporters to Go!

In the meantime, as mosst as certainly expecting, the "The Winchester - Shaun of the Dead" has got a "No Go!" from the formal LEGO review.

1 comment:

crowkillers said...

I wonder as Technic Builders if we are wasting our time with Cuusoo... My model will probably never get 10,000 supports, but Mahjqa has a legitimate shot, and I would hate to see something similar happen to him and his model get rejeted after putting so much time and effort into promoting it...

The reason why I say this is because Lego could have easily changed the Name of the Shaun of the Dead model and just called it "Zombie Tavern Invasion" and used the model in it's Monster Hunter theme...

I mean they were going to change things about the model anyways right?

I am sure that the designer wouldn't have cared much if the name got changed as long as his basic model idea made it into production...

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