This is a Classic Space style dropship, including an armored gun.
About this creation
Important: this model has been upgraded to the MRAV-CT.
The Armored Airborne Commando includes a dropship, a pilot, a commander, three soldiers and an armored automatic gun. The minifigures are Classic Space ones. Most of the pieces of the dropship are also Classic Space ones, although I bought a few new ones, mainly for decoration.
Front view of the two commandos. There is a "red" commando and a "green" one: the differences can only be seen from the side views.
Right-hand side view of the "red" commando, a bit from above. The commander is the yellow soldier. The soldier carries an anti-tank weapon. One can also see the ship's cannon on the top of it, above the pilot. One also can see a dark red piece at the bottom of the tail: the "green" commando has an equivalent green piece instead.
Rear view of the "red" commando: the armored automatic gun (a kind of tank) is attached to the back of the dropship. The two missiles carried by the dropship are also visible.
Rear view of the "red" commando: the armored automatic gun is no longer attached to the dropship. One can see the "red" (dark red) stripe on the bottom back of the dropship (the "green" commando dropship has a green stripe).
Left-hand side view of the "red" commando dropship, without the armored automatic gun on the back. One can see the "red" rectangle between the two soldiers (the "green" commando has a green rectangle).
Front view of the armored automatic gun.
Front view of the two commandos, with the armored automatic guns detached of the dropships.
Side view of the two commandos.
I have tried to make the same commando using LDD, although some of the pieces I have no longer exist. This picture shows the result: the main difference is on the tail. You can download this model below.
I hope you liked it... Please rate and comment ! Thanks for visiting anyway.
Quoting Dave and John Xandegar
Cool Dropships, David! Very "Classic Space", and quite fun! It's always nice to see a MOC that's "play friendly" (a lot of ours are too delicate for play). Keep it up, Pal! D&J:)
Thanks a lot for the comment ! I basically build these MOCs to play with my kids, therefore they must be "play friendly", I don't have another choice !