Threw this baby together a couple nights ago, always one of my favorite ships in Star Wars and man I'm proud of her. For those select few who might remember who I am, you'll know I always planned to build an Acclamator but never got around to it. This turned out better than I thought it would for how little time I thought about it, unfortunately had to scrap The Legacy but she was in disrepair since 2010. Hope everyone enjoys this, feel free to take a look around at some of my older stuff like The Legacy and Geonosis, and keep an eye out for more Lego goods straight outta the garden.
About this creation
Left Side. Decided to throw on some Republic Royal Red on there, not sure if I like it or not but she's just doin' her. And as the great Miley Cyrus once said, "Remember only God can judge ya, forget the haters, cuz somebody loves ya"
Don't go changing for nobody.
Getting all of teh sides to stay on wuz tricky. Note my excellent grammar. College does wonders for u. Ok now cereally enuff bad jokes.
I always find it weird that it's referred to as the belly of the ship. Like people's bellies are on our front not underneath us...maybe if I was a ship it'd make sense to me
The bridge. Once again, makes no sense because we drive across bridges. I'd take to calling it the head of the vessel, but I might get scolded for inappropriate conduct. Moving on...
The engines might not be accurate but I've never been one for accuracy...ain't nobody got time fo dat. Like The Legacy before it, The Resurrection has a retro engine and tailfin design, because making things that are accurate and look good is just too darn mainstream.
Isn't she lovelyyyyyyy? #ThatButtDoe #TwerkTeam
These are not cameras, and if someone tells you to smile for the flash, you're probably already disintegrated. SorryNotSorry
Those pesky Vulture Droids always causing trouble. Luckily, the Republic believes in Overkill.
Length: 96 Studs
Width: 38 Studs
Height: 35 Studs
Weight: 7 pounds
# of Bricks: 2000-3000
Completion Time: 12 hours
Getting back into Legos: Priceless
Be sure to check out my newest Moc, the MTT
Awesome creation. If you have a Lego Ideas account would you mind supporting my Star Wars UT-AT by mamavause. If it gets 10,000 supporters it goes to a lego review. If it passes the review it becomes an official Lego set! Here is the link: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/99430
This is very nice, the shapes are clean and the bridge and engine bays are well detailed. The rest of the ship however lacks details, but it has plenty of studs to put greebles on - if you've got the pieces of course. Nice to see you be active again.
Quoting David Storm
Looks just like the real thing. Can you fit minifigures in the ship?
The inside does have enough room for a few minifigures to be put inside but there's really not that much space because of all the structural support I had to use. Maybe I'll throw something in there in the future but for now it doesn't have any figures in there. Thanks for the comment!
Very nicely done! The shape looks pretty accurate and those engines are cool. I'm not a fan of studs, so I think it would look better covered in tiles, but I assume you don't have enough (or didn't feel like it). Nice to see you moccing again. Welcome back!
Nice job here. The shaping is well done. I don't know much about the Clone Wars stuff (as I assume this is part of), but I think the upside might could do with a bit more greebling if it's a composite upside, or tiling if it's a smooth upside.