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Pauler’s Standard Girl Model in Scale 1:10
Highly poseable and customizable figure of 18 year old female for presentation of large-scale vehicles, in Scale 1:10
About this creation
1 Inspiration, purpose and functions of the model

There is a very strong experience from motor shows and different kind of races that cool vehicles (bikes, racing cars, racing boats, trucks, even FPV racing drones) look even cooler if cute girls are posing on them. MOCers building large scale vehicles are facing the problem that currently there are no suitable figures in TLG products for this purpose:
- Minifig girls have small scale (1:38), moreover a minifig girl posing on a bike is … an epic fail.
- In Bionicle, there are strong ball joints to build self-supporting figures even at scale 1:6, but because of their robustness, Bionicle parts are suitable to build rather masculine bodies only.
Therefore we designed highly poseable and customizable figures of young females in scale 1:10, where self-supportability is not a priority, as they are intended to pose in some kind of vehicle. In turn, we tried to develop compact, smooth and well-rounded bodies. Some head/hair solutions of figures were inspired by P. Andrei’s outstanding MOCs. Let’s see functions of our Standard Girl Model:

Pauler’s Standard Girl Model functions view
Figure 1: Pauler’s Standard Girl Model functions view
See model in LDD

One can see that almost anatomic level of poseabilty can be achieved (except at spinal chord, palm and wrist, see values written in red) in a fairly rounded body, if we give up self-supportability and use the smallest possible joints from TLG parts.

Another goal was to reach high customizability with minimal modifications of the model. We show some examples identified by female first names:

Pauler’s Standard Girl Model versions view
Figure 2: Pauler’s Standard Girl Model versions view
See model in LDD

- Julia, Sarah and Dominica differ only in haircut and fashion accessories. One can notice that different style haircuts limit head movement at different degree. Selecting coloring of TLG parts, we tried to avoid rare or custom colors. Using them, there are more degrees of freedom in dressing.
- Goldie has smaller breasts formed from minifig-scaled caps, and curled haircut from rounded tiles
- The most extensive modifications are made at Inez, experimenting with Latina-specific features:
•Colored skin,
•Reduced total height form shortening waist and thighs,
•Spinal chord cannot flex, but hip-waist rotation allowed for dancing Lambada,
•Flexible half miniskirt made from 2 minifig mantles also for dancing Lambada,
•Shorter lower arms,
•Shorter footprint.

2 Application examples of the model

The Lithium crisis of Amazonia happened in 2039, when largest deposit of Lithium ore on Earth – badly needed by US electric car industry in LiPo batteries - was discovered under the mating sanctuary territory of some Amazon tribes. As the tribes tried to defend it against mining, US President Elon Musk declared Amazons threatening national security of USA and American lifestyle. In mid-March, US troops were landed to reinstall parliamentary democracy and human rights in Amazonia. The 1st Amazon volunteer infantry regiment deployed sex as biological weapon against US troops with devastating effect, therefore the President decided to launch HeliTank Drones to secure law and order. (Thanks to C BigBoy99899 for refinement of posing the figures in the scene, moreover creating plants and doing the graphic work)

Amazons fight with HeliTank Drone
Figure 3: Amazons fight with HeliTank Drone
See model in LDD

Captured Amazon tribal fighters were deported from jungle to assigned locations safe distance from mining area – and mining personnel. One can compare the scene HeliTank Drone airlifting Amazon POW with the scene depicted on Gold Vessel from Royal Treasury of Avaris from 650 a.d. Similarities are undeniable.

Amazon POW is airlifted by HeliTank Drone
Figure 4: Amazon POW is airlifted by HeliTank Drone
See model in LDD


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  January 5, 2017
Very late to the party, but great work on these, excellent poseability. I've been meaning to use the same part for the feet but couldn't figure out a way to integrate it.
 I made it 
  August 1, 2016
Quoting G stef Hi, since I can't PM you, here's those models I mentioned! I'm not sure if they'll be helpful, but I'm hopeful. I also added a leg solution that Moko came up with for a tiny girl robot of his own. All of the other MOCs are stuff I threw together from a bunch of MOC piles I have. The three MOCs furthest to the right are based on the work of Tattun, you can see 'em on my Brickshelf if you wish. http://www.mediafire.com/download/fh8k7x4l51bxg47/SGM-type_plus_exports.lxf I also took the liberty of fooling around with your SGM-type. Posing really goes a long way for them! I made an edit of the Julia type and included this in the .lxf. http://imgur.com/a/OzBCP
Dear Stef, thanks for the links. I found some pretty good hip- and jaw solutions in your LDD file. Arms are little bit studdy for me. Based on your jaw solution, probably I can depart from Andrei's face model, to put there more realistic eyes, let we see. You can contact me personally pauler 'littleworm' t 'dash' online 'littledot' hu
 I like it 
  July 31, 2016
Hi, since I can't PM you, here's those models I mentioned! I'm not sure if they'll be helpful, but I'm hopeful. I also added a leg solution that Moko came up with for a tiny girl robot of his own. All of the other MOCs are stuff I threw together from a bunch of MOC piles I have. The three MOCs furthest to the right are based on the work of Tattun, you can see 'em on my Brickshelf if you wish. http://www.mediafire.com/download/fh8k7x4l51bxg47/SGM-type_plus_exports.lxf I also took the liberty of fooling around with your SGM-type. Posing really goes a long way for them! I made an edit of the Julia type and included this in the .lxf. http://imgur.com/a/OzBCP
 I made it 
  July 30, 2016
Quoting G stef Ah jeez, I remember seeing this on Brickshelf shortly after I'd posted my first version of an articulated LA ripoff! I think you're going somewhere but at the same time I think you're replying on too much Technic. The camwheels, for instance, make the figure somewhat unnecessarily asymmetric, and don't work well for articulation either due to the presence of the Technic axles. The hips, while allowing a little movement, don't allow for too much to happen either. It's good, but could go further! I'm also not a SM guy but I think better and more articulated Lego figures in smaller scales are something everyone can enjoy regardless. If you'd like I can post the .lxfs for my Absurde imitations or other MOCs. I wouldn't say they're the best either, but they are at least more articulated, and I always go through the effort with my builds to use existing colors of bricks. If you try using more System in figures, it may help with articulation and decor as well.
Thanks for your critical comments. It is true that waist-hip rotation is the weak point of the current solution, but this problem is rooted back to thigh joints. I used here technic parts not by joy, but because I could not find any more compact solution with the sam e rotation angles. If you could send a link to your solutions, that would be great. Also, it is true that smaller scale figure could have more wide audience, but I wanted to solve problem of a subgroup of MOCers who build large scale vehicles (just like me).
 I made it 
  July 30, 2016
Quoting Daniel Mayhew An engineering approach to the challenge! Excellent work, and thank you for sharing the details. Just, wow.
Thanks.
 I made it 
  July 30, 2016
Quoting Jeremy McCreary The recent breakthrough notwithstanding, you've been working up to this for a long time, Gabor. The only thing better than a pretty girl in a skimpy costume is an well-engineered one!
Thanks.
  July 30, 2016
Ah jeez, I remember seeing this on Brickshelf shortly after I'd posted my first version of an articulated LA ripoff! I think you're going somewhere but at the same time I think you're replying on too much Technic. The camwheels, for instance, make the figure somewhat unnecessarily asymmetric, and don't work well for articulation either due to the presence of the Technic axles. The hips, while allowing a little movement, don't allow for too much to happen either. It's good, but could go further! I'm also not a SM guy but I think better and more articulated Lego figures in smaller scales are something everyone can enjoy regardless. If you'd like I can post the .lxfs for my Absurde imitations or other MOCs. I wouldn't say they're the best either, but they are at least more articulated, and I always go through the effort with my builds to use existing colors of bricks. If you try using more System in figures, it may help with articulation and decor as well.
 I like it 
  July 30, 2016
An engineering approach to the challenge! Excellent work, and thank you for sharing the details. Just, wow.
 I like it 
  July 30, 2016
The recent breakthrough notwithstanding, you've been working up to this for a long time, Gabor. The only thing better than a pretty girl in a skimpy costume is an well-engineered one!
 I made it 
  July 30, 2016
Quoting Nick Barrett Skilfully done, it's so tricky to get a female body right!
Thanks. Plastic surgeons can prove that this is even true in the reality. Before knowing Andrei's large scale female figures, I did not think that it was even worth to try in Lego. I just put there a little bit of engineering...
 I like it 
  July 30, 2016
Skilfully done, it's so tricky to get a female body right!
 I made it 
  July 28, 2016
Quoting killswitch95 [SNRK] I like where this is going... *S&M Intensifies*
Thanks. In 3 years I want to became Hugh Hefner of MOCPages, using this girl building platform. Wait for the GIFs...
 I like it 
  July 28, 2016
I like where this is going... *S&M Intensifies*
 
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