After seeing Zane Houstons Work, with combining Star Wars and modern day military. I decided to test it out on the Slave-One!
I think this is one of my better MOC's!
About this creation
Here is the first set of doors. Inside was the crate that this noble pilot is carrying.
This is the second compartment for the missles. I like the look of that red light in there.
The missles also fold out!
More compartments. I wonder whats in there?
An engine room of course! I kind of like how it came out with some of those hoses in there...
Here is the side of the cockpit area.
This is the inside. I used the same tilting mechanism that the actual LEGO version used.
This is bottom cargo hold.
It does open, and there are actually guns and more cargo in there.
Here is the Slave-One flying off into battle!
BEYOND THE BRICK:
I am a big fan of Zane Houstons work, and after seeing his latest Militarized Star Wars build, I knew I would have to build one. I think this model came out great, I love the playiblity with it and especially all of the opening compartments. Thanks for looking~
Pretty awesome Slave-I!! I agree it is a bit monochromatic but it is supposed to be a military version so I guess it evens out!! I'd mod a mandalorian from the Lego set or get one from area light to go w/ it!!!
Though I'm not an expert when it comes to ships (and my knowledge of the current Slave One is also limited since I only own the very first one which was quite small), your militarized version looks pretty good!
If the space missions weren't over in the US, I could probably see something like this flying around in the future. It's pretty amazing. and I love the SNOT. Nice Hideaway storage and weapons. I never had a Slave One/Slave Two, so I wouldn't know much, but I love the way the pilot seat can rotate for landing and flight.
THIS THING IS AMAZING!! I love the engine and the concealed missiles. You've definitely captured the feel of the theme, and picked the perfect the ship for it. I actually really like the fact that it's not as wide as the original Slave 1, it makes it look more aerodynamic which is a must for modern day ships. Great job!!