amazing model, but a little design Q I have:
shouldn't engines of that size be hardpoints rather than open up to the cargo/hanger bay?
seems to me that the thrust of the engines would push them through the wall and tear apart the ship. generally why the engine rooms are directly in from of the engines.
Beautiful combination of plausibility and sheer coolness. I have no idea how you made those angles in the rear section without compromising the interior, but they look awesome. The details and interior features seem very well thought out and interesting, from the party room to the lounges to the cockpit section. Absolutely perfect, and probably one of the top ten SHIPs of all time.
OMFG this is like......WOW!!! This is probably the best model I have ever seen!!!!!!!!! you must have a lot of patience and inspiration.
I really like the colours and details and its shape and WOW
SOOOOooooooooooo cool =]
I like it
August 14, 2007
This is truely amazing. I like the weaponless exterior, The shape is amazing, the colour, everything. The Retro Interior is great too! :P Funky.
I like it
August 5, 2007
Great job. Very beautiful realization. The design is inspired by Roger Leloup, isn't it ? I like it.
The most amazing LEGO capital ship I have seen for a LONG time. Probably one of the best I've EVER seen! A lot of LEGO ships out there are really deatailed, but you blow them all away in the category of shape. I've never seen one with a shape this unique and artistic. How did you DO it?! This creation deserves to be savored picture by picture. Anyone who rates it less than 5 smileys can only be jealous.
Whoah. This goes squarely in the category of "super-spiffy". On the exterior, I am most impressed with the creative use of shapes (especially in the nose) and subtle tapering of the top and sides. Some of the exterior makes it look like an armed military ship, but the great interior on Brickshelf makes up for that. Welcome to MOCpages.