This is just proof that I have a big SHIP in the works. As it stands, this MOC is 120 studs in length. I have an idea for some detail that might add another ten studs in length to the MOC, but we will see how that goes. These in-process shots will give you an idea of the layout of the ship. The structure and layout are done, and it is already a solid build. Next, more detail, walls, then exterior detail and the roof.
About this creation
With this shot, we can see the primary and secondary starboard engines. We can also see the ship registry number, and a faux cargo airlock door. After building that false door, I realized I could have built a real door with a lot less bricks, but this was so aesthetically pleasing that I kept it. Besides, the rear of the ship has a working sliding door that opens wide and allows access to the cargo hold. This is just the airlock door.
This shot gives a view of some of the layout of the ship. Here we see part of the crew lounge, and the officers mess/briefing room. I can not justify a menacing warship without a clandestine briefing room. The little round table that the three menacing figures are gathered has a holo-emitter in the center. I got the idea to use the little gold slope pieces for a holo-emitter from a stop animation film on Youtube called, "Bane of the Sith", by Smeagol Studios. Watch closely and you will see Bane activate a holo-emitter that is a gold slope piece. The battle droid i being used as a labor droid and has no affiliation with Star Wars, neither does this entire MOC.
In this shot we see the beginning of one of two officers quarters, the brig, and the med bay. The exxamining table folds up flush with the wall to provide more space in the med bay. For the brig, those trans-neon bars are laser bars to keep the prisoner confined. The brig is definitely not ACLU comliant.
The ship layout, and the general details of the interior are complete for the most part. The ship layout features a complete bridge with captain's chair and four operations stations, several long corridors, crew lounge with several tables and food preparation station, officers' mess/briefing room, a large engineering bay with a engine core/reactor, two separate crew quarters that together can accomodate 14 crew members, two officers quarters, a brig, two bathrooms, a med bay, two large storage lockers, and a cargo bay. And all with tons of control panels scattered everywhere. I am debating whether or not to have an airlock door somewhere, or just keep the faux airlock door at the rear of the ship as the primary entrance/exit when docking in space. The sliding cargo doors are for use planetside, which means I have to figure out some worthwhile landing gear.