UCS Battlestar Pegasus, to scale with the official UCS ISD.
About this creation
This is my finally finished UCS ISD scale Battlestar Pegasus. With nearly 10000 pieces and standing at 143 x 62 x 30 studs and 113 x 49 x 30 cm (length x width x height) it is by far my largest finished MOC to date, meaning I probably won't ever get around to building it for real as buying all the pieces off Bricklink would cost way more than I would want to spend, but what the hey, it was fun to build.
The full Brickshelf gallery can be found here.
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I just finished watching the entire Battlestar Galactica series, and there is no other way to express my emotion by building a model like this one. May I have the instructions so that I can build one for my collection? BTW I am a hugh fan of LEGO and Star Wars, and I have one Imperial Destroyer ;-) Add one more question, are the hangers adjustable? Happy New Year!
MY HULK HE LIVES! Can you at least email the file to me, so I can say I have it? Cuz I'm serious about building this thing, or at least trying, and I'd like to see what parts there are concealed within... Do these CG models have files? I think they do...
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
I think you're dead.
Nope, still here, just been busy and haven't had a chance to reply to emails lately.
To all those people asking for instructions, thanks for your interest but I haven't completed them yet, I'll let you all know here when I do.
Thanks again for designing this. I just took it apart, it is no longer collecting dust in my office. I can't wait to put it back together again in 2010, when I get to my final duty station. It is being held in 16 one gallon zip lock bags!
This is one of the best computer generated Legos I have ever seen! However the question remains... can you actually build it in real life? cause its much more impressive when you can hold in your hands.(not trying to be rude or anything, just suggesting...)Its still awesome though. :)
this was clearly done in a computer program, but i greatly commend you for that. every time i have tried to use a computer program for building something in lego, i can't put the brick exactly where i want it to go. so, awesome job on building this masterpeice of lego.
5/5, nothing more to say.
I saw it on brickshelf when you posted the first pictures of the wip (and contacted you) which were already great.
But now that I see the final version, i'm speechless!
very very well done!
You are truly in a league of your own with all three of your amazing works. Giving you anything less than a 5 is laughable. I built a pretty cool Galactica if you want to check mine out, but it is more the scale of the 6211 Star Destroyer not the UCS version.