"A mysterion has no sides. It simply exists..." -person from flickr. (comment to claim the quote)
Mysterion 193 was the first recorded object with a dark grey cube. It's appearance was both empty and solid, garbled and smooth, and slow but fast. Everyone who witnessed the object noted that their vehicles seemed to be "tugged on" as the object flew over. This could be how it propels itself. The object appeared to be attracted to heat, which may relate to the mysterion's warmth, as described in the Australian files (ShannO's page.) The cube itself is somewhat queer, as it is completely perfect with the exception of the "bubble" on the surface. Such blemishes make it even more confusing...
This model was photographed outside, as the weather was perfect, which is very rare in the Great American Desert. I was pleased with how well the black appeared. I may be getting the hang of digital photography.
Shoot; I jinxed myself.
Oh well, enjoy the photos! They are selected without order, but the bottom photos show up VERY well.
I'll let them speak for themself this time.
Thanks for viewing. Comment if you wish.
EDIT: I just now realized that the stripe down the middle isn't supposed to be the same color as the exterior! Curse my lack of reference prior to building!(chucks mysterion across the room.) It didn't break!
Ah well, I guess whoever is piloting this one wants to be special. That's why it's called a mystery.
Well, a good backstory really helps a good MOC (although it can't really help a bad one), providing a background... like you did with Object 194. It was the story that really brought that MOC to life (and inspired my own "Mysterious" stories):)
Quoting Yuri Fassio
It's good indeed, but I don't know... maybe it needs a classic "mysteroius" sighting report, it would surely add more texture :)
You can only make a model so good with words. The ship must convey a story all on it's own. Tell me what YOU would observe in a report. Such artistic mediums hold differing opinions among different pupils. Thanks for the advice, though. I'll try to work on that...