Saturday, February 9, 2013

TBs TechPoll 36 - Which Exclusive Color?

Once the Boss from rm88, was the winner for the LEGO Technic 2012 Competition, we might expect this or something very similar, to make into an official LEGO Technic set by this summer.

According to the competition initial premisses we should expect this to get also some exclusive and cool elements, which will likely mean some Technic elements with exclusive color(s).

I've made a short list of colors not being part of actual mainstream LEGO Technic sets, and made a poll to let you choose which would be your favorite colors (mostly from the current LEGO Color Palette), that you would like to see appearing in some of the Boss parts.

The colors added into the poll are (some of these were used in Technic sets from the past):
  • Bright Pink
  • Dark Azure
  • Dark Blue
  • Dark Green
  • Dark Purple
  • Dark Red
  • Dark Tan
  • Dark Turquoise (Teal) - This one seams quite popular among some of you, but it is not in the current LEGO Color Palette.
  • Lavender
  • Magenta
  • Medium Blue
  • Olive Green
  • Purple
  • Reddish Brown
  • Sand Blue
  • Sand Green
  • Tan

You can vote for more than one, but if there is none of your choice listed, you can also leave a comment to this post, with your preferred colors.
Of course there are also other colors commonly used for LEGO Technic elements, but which were never used for some elements (e.g. All new panels in DBG and some in Blue...)

Tell us also in the comments, which parts of the model, you think would be nice to get some exclusive colors? Panels, Wheels, Seats, Chassis, Decorations, whatever...


Zachary Cross said...

Blue panels would be really nice.

Luc2000 said...

Dark green for sure. I wanted to build an elise type 25, but there weren't enough dark green parts, so I built a yellow one. If they'd make more dark green technic, I'll build an evora cup/GT4. Maybe other people want to make a british racing green car too.

Unknown said...

How about one panel in each color? That would look amazing.

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