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Found my wife's old 2001 "Nintendo Gamecube" and then it sparked an idea. Once I was done it looked very nice but I still feel there is something missing! How can I make round controller ports?

  • Hi Nerd, this is really a nice MOC. However, without a specific question, this post will be closed.
    – Aziraphale
    Jul 18 '20 at 10:04
  • Thank you very much @Aziraphale and i will fix up this question in no time
    – Nerd
    Jul 18 '20 at 13:32
  • But what am i supposed to change?
    – Nerd
    Jul 18 '20 at 13:34
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    There's no real question here to answer, and the whole situation is opinion based. Some people may already say your creation looks good to be considered final, while others may state a billion of items that are still wrong. I find it best to discuss such creation in LEGO focused forums or groups.
    – Alex
    Jul 18 '20 at 14:57
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    Maybe it is a good time to reread bricks.stackexchange.com/help/dont-ask .
    – chicks
    Jul 18 '20 at 16:35

Perhaps something like this using 1x4 arches could work?

Final build

This does work out to being 2 modules too wide for 1:1 scale with a GameCube, but the trade-off in accuracy may be worth it to you to get the round ports. It appears to be only 1 module wider than your current design.

Here's more detail of the build steps:

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Final Build

Final build

  • Actualy thats a great idea i could atualy use that but do you see how the actual gamecube slopes. Look at the picture i now added to my question
    – Nerd
    Jul 18 '20 at 22:07
  • If you can find a way to combine this with the sloped edge then i think it will look good
    – Nerd
    Jul 18 '20 at 22:12
  • and its also the perfect size
    – Nerd
    Jul 18 '20 at 22:17
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    I'm not sure how I'd match that curve while keeping the other details intact. I'd certainly love to see an answer that does this, though. You might be able to get a better look by having this extend only a half module out from the front instead of the full module you used in your original design.
    – jncraton
    Jul 19 '20 at 0:31
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    @Nerd I'm suggesting having it extend only a half module (10 LDU) instead of a full module (20 LDU).
    – jncraton
    Jul 19 '20 at 12:04

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