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Spacecraft One
This was something I built on whim. It treid my hand at something new. These MOC utilized some SNOT work, which was the main goal.
About this creation
This here is Spacecraft One. It is used by the president to fly off for meetings in other parts of the solar system and even galaxy. It was constructed by Boeing at its orbital drydock over Earth. The main inspiration for this MOC was a lot of things in scifi, the Invisible Hand from Star Wars in particular.

A top view of the ship. Note the "gun" on the top gun, just in front of the neck of the bridge.

The two engines that push the craft at speeds faster than light!

Here is a view that shows how the craft was built. I used the "super earling" and I used a techinque close to that that Lego has popularized in its Creator building tips videos How to make Columns.

And finally a front shot.


 I like it 
  December 29, 2011
Sleak, and fast, this ship looks great. Try adding some "portholes" or more glass, I like the use of the SNOT building technics.
 I like it 
  December 13, 2011
cool!!!! i think what would have made it better is building it in a slightly bigger scale. also, check out my new steamrunner.
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