I was able to get the two sets of rotors inside the rings.
The plate on the bottom of the nose is actually held in place, with a minifig hand. The hand "stem" sticks through the whole in the front of the plate and firmly holds it against the body. A bit unconventional, but it works pretty well.
Here is a nice closeup of the cockpit/canopy. I was also able to get some rocket pods attached to the side.
nice hornet! man, I love halo... wait... what are we talking about? oh. man, I hate Avatar! rip of of halo, Pocahontas,anything else named avatar, and wasted two hours of my life with blue kittens running around in exposing groin cloths.
Quoting Brickdoctor -
YOU'RE ALIVE!!! That being said, this is a quality mini the likes of which I haven't seen in a long time. My favorite part is the rotors, really like how you did the blades with hands.
Yeah, sorry about the long spurt without anything new. I have actually been very active on flickr, but I haven't been getting around to updating stuff on mocpages.
"Size matters not"-Yoda.
I haven't posted anything here in a while, but I am a mini builder. As such things I build in miniscale are supposed to be small. If you want bigger, you should definitely check out the avatar stuff on The Brothers Brick.(google it) There is also a lego Avatar flickr pool with minifig scale stuff. So again the whole point is to keep it small, it is a "mini" after all. ;)