Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde
Wow, I´d say you hit the nail on the head! Wonderful MOC and very sweet editing. ~Marc
Thanks! I've already dismantled her sadly enough. But I've taken pictures of the steps to rebuild her. With that done I am now in the planning/test phase of an Enterprise D that is the same size as the blueprints. Lets just say one warp nacelle is almost 36 studs long.
Wow! You really nailed it. At first I thought it was a screen shot! You did a beautiful job shaping the hull! I love the warp nacelles . Congrats on the birth of your daughter by the way! Excellent work and a truly stunning build!
I like it
November 10, 2013
Very, very impressive. Nice job on the shaping and on the use of color. Just out of curiosity, how large is this MOC (does it make it into the SHIP range)?
Thanks everyone! This labor of love has been going on for 2 years off and on, through 4-5 rebuilds. Oh and the birth of my daughter and a move. The stats on this ship or SHIP are a length of 86 studs, and a width of 36 studs at the saucer and 35 at the warp nacelles and about 25 panels tall. It weighs at least 10 pounds. The aeroshuttle and delta flyer are a little off of the 1/550mm scale but needed the extra space for detail. There are also 5 Type 9 shuttles and a workbee repair craft. One of the main struggles in this build was trying to create working hidden landing struts. Unfortunately the weight and balance of the model made that impossible with my peices. But it was fun none the less. Glad you guys like it.