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A digital LEGO space collaboration.
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Mining Frenzy, a digital LEGO space collaboration

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Collaborators


- Topsy creatori - Mocpages | Flickr
- Starscream Soundwave - Mocpages | Flickr
- Locutus666 - Mocpages | Flickr
- Marc Edge R.unde - Mocpages | Flickr
- David Roberts - Mocpages | Flickr
- David Alexander Smith - Mocpages | Flickr
- Clayton Marchetti - Mocpages | Flickr
- Matt Rowntree - Mocpages | Flickr
- Tom Remy - Mocpages
- Tim Clark - Mocpages | Flickr
- Stephan Niehoff - Mocpages | Flickr
- Pico van Grootveld - Mocpages | Flickr



Story


"Entire generations may pass devoid of great discoveries". This was almost one of those generations.

The year 4561 saw the end of the Terpon Zoning Wars with the lion's share of the spoils going to the Beulorians. Most of the wars were fought in the courtrooms and the Beulorians were defending what they considered to be a fair claim. The Terpon Cluster was an uninhabited star grouping that sat on the fringes of the secluded Vierian System and was mostly considered a vast wasteland. Beulor was the only planet that supported life in the Vierian System. When their explorations reached as far as the Terpon Cluster, they discovered a widely spanning asteroid field. It was believed they were verging on something quite amazing. The cluster remained to that date unclaimed and despite their reputation as rash businessmen, Beulor's interest in the region quickly drew a crowd of suitors.

The Beulorians fought passionately in the Universal Courts for the cluster. Their win was attributed mostly to their command of their native tongue, which they insisted on using and was largely unintelligible by most other civilized races.
In the six years immediately following their 'victory', the Beulorians began mining the asteroids. Their exhaustive exploration revealed nothing, and tons of it. Their resources were quickly drained and living up to their well-deserved reputation, the Beulorians looked to sell the lot. The potential investment was overwhelmingly ignored.

A coalition of interstellar industrialists took interest. This coalition was represented by the biggest stakeholder Llwyngwril Systems. Already famous for their manufacturing of practical yet ridiculous vehicles, as well as the virtual impossibility of correctly pronouncing the company name without pulling a muscle, the representatives of Llwyngwril saw potential where other parties saw only insurmountable risk. They lowballed the Beulorians with an offer that they, themselves, considered completely unreasonable. But seeing it as the only opportunity to dump an investment they felt was destined to yield no return whatsoever, the Beulorians hastily accepted the offer. They went on and toasted themselves 'the greatest salesmen in the Universe'.

Within mere days of the property changing hands, the new owners started setting up mining facilities on the largest asteroids in the field. Adler Corporation planted several bunkers, CS fanatics became active on the surface, Tequilatron began plasmamining, Llwyngwril deployed their Gourmet Grinders and several private contractors initiated deep core mining. The representatives were surprised that the Beulorians had not yet mined these rocks. This astonishment was soon replaced by joy when several deep core miners stumbled across a new element. In an effort to make it easy to pronounce, the coalition named the element ABS, or ABSinite. It was easily smelted, melted down into a variety of ABS shapes, easily dyed and was bulletproof. Its potential profitability was immediately recognized.

The Beulorians who facilitated the transaction were promptly outsmarted and dealt with. According to the planet's laws, for the most punishable and commonly committed crime of being rash. The coalition took over the asteroid fields and expanded their effort till the very last rock. This started an era that would become known as 'The Great Terpon Mining Frenzy'.

As all businesses eventually experience, the criminal element wormed its way into the action. Completely incapable of original ideas that lead to any semblance of profitability, but perfectly adept at being ruthless and covered in unmanageable hair, Thondan pirates made frequent passes through the cluster. Their aim was set for cargo carriers and freighters destined for the more populated and high-demand regions of the Universe. Recently discovering stealth technology, the criminals of Blacktron found their way into the cluster as well, secretly scanning remaining asteroids for small profits. Tapping and stealth mining became an almost regular thing. The alien species of Ethel Mertz too noticed the boost of activity in the region. So they began storming the nebulae situated in the cluster and learned how to extract ABS from the toxic clouds. Being at war with the humans from 4518 to 4546, the coalition had a bitter aftertaste about the Mertz' presence in the area. Nebulae mining was mostly tolerated though, as the clouds were marked as too irradiated for their vessels to approach.

To combat the criminal activity, the coalition funded an effort to patrol and survey ongoing mining operations. The powerful Galactic Anthropic Imperial Armada (GAIA) stepped in and signed the lucrative contract. Now overseeing daily business in luxury cruiseliners converted into battleships, GAIA keeps an eye out for smugglers, pirates and criminals. With an inexhaustible supply of weaponry and hubris. The system is well known for their ships now hovering in the middle of dense industrial territory. Their singular mission being to fire 'tiny' missiles at approaching enemies and occasionally pointing their formidable triple cannons at the intruders only to extend the middle one into the air. Hubris.

The arrangement has proven reasonably effective and the benefit of fewer troubles with pirates allowed the coalition to overlook the fact that the gigantic spaceships frequently clogged up viable trade routes.
The system is now one of the most active industrial zones in the history of the Interstellar Transport Agency. The huge variety of ships and building styles in the system attracts spaceship spotters from all across the galaxy.



Individual builds and backgrounds


- Topsy Creatori
- Creation: D.U.D. Barges, space cargo
Built and piloted by Darkla's M3D Marauders, the typical red/black D.U.D. Barges are seen flying in to the asteroid field to collect ABS. Little is known as to what purpose Darkla's empire would use the resources. The archives only show a lucrative private contract, set up with an anonymous company.

- Starscream Soundwave
- Creation: Private party, heavy duty mining ships
Extracting as much ABS as is available for the highest bidder. This is the aim of the submarine-like mining fleet. Their appearance is matched with their heavy armor, protecting the valuable goods inside. Two mining lasers on the front do the extracting. Contents are usually picked up by mobile processing ships or high capacity freighters.

- Locutus666
- Creation: Blacktron I, # 6985 upgraded ABS Prospector
Blacktron got word of the mining operations going on in section D 887. They just needed to venture out and take their slice. Joining the party in the second stage, a stealth prospector is seen scanning the remaining asteroids for quantities of ABS.

- Marc Edge R.unde
- Creation: GAIA, HMS Misirlou
With the increasing threat of pirates within the quadrant, local authorities called upon the Galactic Anthropic Imperial Armada to oversee ongoing operations. An Alexandria Class Destroyer (HMS Misirlou) is seen bombarding an incoming Thondan pirate ship.

- David Roberts
- Creation: Llwyngwril Systems, 'Gourmet' Asteroid miner
Llwyngwril Systems' Gourmet Grinder is a mining machine with and integral smelting furnace under its belly. It is serviced by two smaller ships. One has big tongs for removing the ore from the back of the smelter and the other one carries it away to the nearest station or processing facility.

- David Alexander Smith
- Creation: CS, Mineral Sorting Plant
General deposits of ABS found on the surface of asteroids are mostly exploited by the CS fanatics. Industrial mineral sorting stations pop up everywhere, as well as the landvehicles scraping the soil.

- Clayton Marchetti
- Creation: Space Freighter S.S. 5906 "Goliath"
The golden carriages of the galactic speedways. Carrying vast amounts of cargo, these freighters are slow but very profitable. Usually these ships buy up all local resources, which get transported to areas with a high demand rate. Their big fuselages make easy targets to get a lock on for ill tempered pirates though.

- Matt Rowntree
- Creation: Ethel Mertz, Thurston Howell mkIII, Lurch class ABS extraction frigate
Unlike most human explorers and miners, this alien species is able to extract ABSinite from the irradiated nebulae efficiently. The Ethel Mertz and Terran miners continue to co-exist as they do not venture into eachother's territory. Means of contact and communication remain strictly forbidden though, causing a tenuous relationship.

- Tom Remy
- Creation: Liquid ABS processing facility
The deep core extraction pillar digs into the asteroid, extracting and processing the highly toxic liquid absinite. This is the kind that can be turned into hard, transparent clear, cat-hair proof-absinite products. Dropships fly in and out of the landing pad to deliver the goods to local buyers.

- Tim Clark
- Creation: The 'Scallywag', Thondan pirate ship
Thondan pirates are well equipped and known for their ruthless tactics. Not interested in interstellar politics or trade, their goal is nothing but personal profit. The ominously looking Scallywag is seen warping into the sector, directly locking on to a freighter. That Absinite is going nowhere.

- Stephan Niehoff
- Creation: Adler Corporation, fuel refinery
In this facility, the mineral Reebit is won out of ABS. Reebit is prepared in powder form of two quality standards. Reebit is stored in silos for fueling and an explosive component. The refinery is sturdily built like a bunker, relying on it's defensive capability and protection from others.

- Pico van Grootveld
- Creation: Tequilatron, deep space drill operation
Tequilatron is the universe's number 1 provider in salts and liquor, famed for their spirits and tuk-tuks. The new Mobile 'King' drill, a walker and several type II plasmadrills are seen extracting ABS for their next new drink prototype. Scientist are still in search of a fitting name for their green spirit.



Hope you all enjoyed watching and reading about this collaboration. We had a blast putting it together the past few months!



Comments

 I like it 
  May 11, 2016
WOW! I have to slip in another Like here but also it is also close to the MOCiversary posting of this great collaboration: Mining Frenzy, a digital LEGO space collaboration! CONGRATULATIONS from this VOAFOL to all of you that participated!
 I made it 
  July 3, 2015
Thanks Typhoon, you know what it just might! Ideas are ever in the making ;)
Quoting Humanoid Typhoon A lot of talent on this project. Is this a prequel to something else?
 I made it 
  July 3, 2015
Thanks mr. Toal :) I don't know , maybe it passed by too silently?! It was lots of fun working together with all the collaborators.
Quoting LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist Why haven't I seen this? Phenomenal work all around! Really a tour de force of LEGO collaboration.
Pico van Grootveld
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Humanoid Typhoon
  July 2, 2015
A lot of talent on this project. Is this a prequel to something else?
 I like it 
  June 5, 2015
Why haven't I seen this? Phenomenal work all around! Really a tour de force of LEGO collaboration.
 I made it 
  June 1, 2015
Merci Marc!
Quoting Marc dZ The main pic is absolutly perfect. Congrats to you all for this tremendous work and a fantastic result. "L'union fait la force" as we, French, say.
 I made it 
  June 1, 2015
Thanks for dropping by again Damon and thanks for the comps ;)
Quoting Damon Corso This collaboration is worth a second comment. I have now been able to see almost everyone's individual creations on their own posts, and the details for each and every MOC here is just spectacular, down to the last little spacemen and their rovers. Pico, you have truly demonstrated some amazing photoshop skills here, your light source is obvious and stays consistent throughout each MOC, you have given good shadowing to each scene and given just a touch of a gritty look. The mood is set perfectly. Once again to everyone involved in the project, you are all Master Builders on so many levels! Keep building! Cheers
 I like it 
  May 28, 2015
The main pic is absolutly perfect. Congrats to you all for this tremendous work and a fantastic result. "L'union fait la force" as we, French, say.
 I like it 
  May 27, 2015
This collaboration is worth a second comment. I have now been able to see almost everyone's individual creations on their own posts, and the details for each and every MOC here is just spectacular, down to the last little spacemen and their rovers. Pico, you have truly demonstrated some amazing photoshop skills here, your light source is obvious and stays consistent throughout each MOC, you have given good shadowing to each scene and given just a touch of a gritty look. The mood is set perfectly. Once again to everyone involved in the project, you are all Master Builders on so many levels! Keep building! Cheers
 I made it 
  May 24, 2015
Glad you liked it Nick, thanks for looking and reading :)
Quoting Nick Barrett Fantastic project, great builds and a fun read. Very well done all.
 I made it 
  May 24, 2015
Cheers Frank :)
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 fantastic scene!
 I made it 
  May 24, 2015
Thanks Oran and gratz to Sven too
Quoting Oran Cruzen Congratulations "Mining Frenzy" team! Woowoo! TaDaDaa! and all that stuff. Today "Mining Frenzy" is the 3rd most "Most discussed" on MOCpages! AND the "Most discussed" today is my very good friend Sven's FDNY 150TH Anniversary Truck: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/412422 Congratulations Sven!
 I like it 
  May 24, 2015
Fantastic project, great builds and a fun read. Very well done all.
 I like it 
  May 22, 2015
fantastic scene!
  May 22, 2015
Congratulations "Mining Frenzy" team! Woowoo! TaDaDaa! and all that stuff. Today "Mining Frenzy" is the 3rd most "Most discussed" on MOCpages! AND the "Most discussed" today is my very good friend Sven's FDNY 150TH Anniversary Truck: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/412422 Congratulations Sven!
 I made it 
  May 22, 2015
Thanks for the kind words Lee. It's a pleasure to see all the positive feedback, for me but very much so for the collaborators as well.
Quoting Lee Barton Wow, what an awesome work of collaboration, to get this all to work seamlessly really gives credit to the skill of all those involved. The editing on the final picture really is a masterpiece.
 I like it 
  May 21, 2015
Wow, what an awesome work of collaboration, to get this all to work seamlessly really gives credit to the skill of all those involved. The editing on the final picture really is a masterpiece.
 I made it 
  May 21, 2015
Thanks Kermunklin, both things were the challenge really in the edit. It took a while to get everything set up to my liking. I've put the collaborators' patience to the test ;) Everyone would take the pictures with the same lighting angle, so the lighting aspect wouldn't be an issue. Most builds had several pics with slightly different angles, which made it possible to assemble in a good way. The team effort was awesome! Even more so thinking all communication when through mocpages and a bit by e-mail :D Glad you enjoyed!
Quoting Kermunklin the Giant Evil House Head Wow, that's pretty super awesome, I must say. ABSinite...I get it! All of the individual models are great, but the real star is of course the composite picture. I have no idea how difficult it must have been to match all the lighting, not to mention turning all the models just so in a way to put them in the correct plane with the asteroids and whatnot. Hats off, my friends, to a great job!
Pico van Grootveld
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Matt Bace
  May 20, 2015
A big round of applause for all of the contributors! This is certainly an ambitious project. All of the ships look great, and they look like they were loads of fun to create as well.
 I like it 
  May 20, 2015
Wow, that's pretty super awesome, I must say. ABSinite...I get it! All of the individual models are great, but the real star is of course the composite picture. I have no idea how difficult it must have been to match all the lighting, not to mention turning all the models just so in a way to put them in the correct plane with the asteroids and whatnot. Hats off, my friends, to a great job!
 I made it 
  May 20, 2015
Marc, having the HMS Misirlou featuring in the piece is an achievement on its own. I had my doubt it would fit, as it originally didn't even fit in your living room ;) I had to double the resolution due to your build alone lol. Thanks for taking part and bringing this SHIP to the table.
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde What an honor to be part of this collaborative build. Hats off to all the participants and of course to you Pico, for taking the pain of melting (get it) all these great builds into one terrific, epic, awesome piece of art! ~Cheers, all!
 I made it 
  May 20, 2015
Cheers Damon, have another glance and I'll be very glad to hear your thoughts on this piece when you're done!
Quoting Damon Corso Wow guys! This is immense, I can't even wrap my head around this yet! I need a few more hours to digest everything in there! Congratulations!
 I made it 
  May 20, 2015
Thank you Matt. Everyone was on their top game for this. This made it very cool and honourable to bring the builds from all over the globe together.
Quoting Matt Bace A big round of applause for all of the contributors! This is certainly an ambitious project. All of the ships look great, and they look like they were loads of fun to create as well.
 I made it 
  May 20, 2015
Matt, thanks for being a part of this and for the support along the road. You'll miss nagging Tim now. You'll need to fill in the black hole that is left now. What will you do?
Quoting matt rowntRee Exceptional work Pico! Exceptional work to everyone involved! The only unfortunate thing is that I can only give if five smileys as that seems to be the max. ;) I am truly proud of the effort and experience that this was and hope to be included again. Cheers! TO ALL!!!
 I made it 
  May 20, 2015
Thanks dude, be sure to read the background story when you can! David Roberts and Tim Clark did a great job at it. There's much to see as well of course, take your time :D No collaborations I know of are planned so far but will keep in mind when the occasion arises.
Quoting VAkkron ™ I know I'll read and look this through fully at some point when I have time. But I wanted to lift my hat now to all the builders and appreciate what you did. This is wonderful; good work Pico and all the rest. I want to be a part of something like this in the future! (After I build something, of course.)
 I made it 
  May 20, 2015
Yeah! Thx Shifu
Quoting Master Shifu Leo J Kick arse!
 I made it 
  May 20, 2015
Thanks Paz, I'm liking your recent stories and edits as well dude. Great job!
Quoting Parrington Levens So cool!
 I made it 
  May 20, 2015
Thanks Barto, the original pic on flickr is 300dpi and uhd-like, have at it! :D
Quoting El Barto ! Great work gang! This would make an awesome poster!
 I made it 
  May 20, 2015
Thanks Mark!
Quoting Mark McPeek Wow, that's incredible!
 I like it 
  May 20, 2015
What an honor to be part of this collaborative build. Hats off to all the participants and of course to you Pico, for taking the pain of melting (get it) all these great builds into one terrific, epic, awesome piece of art! ~Cheers, all!
 I like it 
  May 20, 2015
Wow guys! This is immense, I can't even wrap my head around this yet! I need a few more hours to digest everything in there! Congratulations!
Pico van Grootveld
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Tirrell Brown
  May 19, 2015
As a said on flickr, this is really something else. The MOCs themselves are wonderful, but they are brought to life by the photo editing!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
Exceptional work Pico! Exceptional work to everyone involved! The only unfortunate thing is that I can only give if five smileys as that seems to be the max. ;) I am truly proud of the effort and experience that this was and hope to be included again. Cheers! TO ALL!!!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
I know I'll read and look this through fully at some point when I have time. But I wanted to lift my hat now to all the builders and appreciate what you did. This is wonderful; good work Pico and all the rest. I want to be a part of something like this in the future! (After I build something, of course.)
  May 19, 2015
Kick arse!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
So cool!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
Great work gang! This would make an awesome poster!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
Wow, that's incredible!
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Thanks Topsy, it took a bit but I'm happy everybody's happy with the end result ;)
Quoting Topsy Creatori I'll say it again! Magestic, Magnificent... pure Magic! I feel so privileged, and yet humbled, to have been a part of this, to truly be in the presence of all this talent! :)
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Same here Starscream, thanks for taking part.
Quoting Starscream Soundwave Excellent work from all involved. Immensely proud to have played a part!
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Great teamwork is what it is! It was a pleasure.
Quoting David Roberts A massive thank you to all of the contributers and especially to Pico for his sterling efforts in editing such a big selection of disparate into a cohesive picture. Great work!
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Thanks Yann
Quoting Yann (XY EZ) Wow! Awesome!
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Thanks for your support Tirrell!
Quoting Tirrell Brown As a said on flickr, this is really something else. The MOCs themselves are wonderful, but they are brought to life by the photo editing!
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Thank you Oran. It was totally a team effort that fueled this end result, with every piece of the puzzle falling in place at the end.
Quoting Oran Cruzen Great work of Lego "Space" creationism! I second all the positive comments you have received already and will receive after mine. You have a lot of great imagination!
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Stephan the idea sprouted in Germany somewhere near your brains :D Thanks for bringing the bunch of us together and firing up the space fuel!
Quoting Stephan Niehoff Man is that good, whoever made that, is a master. Thank you for your effort Pico and your skills. It is an honor for me to be a part of it.
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Aside frome the stellar star treatment the builds got in photoshop, all readers are being entertained just as much by your storytelling. That too brings everything that's happening in the scene together. Thanks for that and for lending us the magnificent Scallywag ;)
Quoting Tim C Simply amazed at this. I knew you were good, Pico, but you may be this community's best when it comes to presentation. I'm thrilled at seeing a group of builders that are all good at what they do come together and bring their top game for this project. I mentioned on Flickr and I'll mention it here, the way you were able to take all these different builds and put them all together on a single stage, giving them all the star treatment, (get it? star treatment?), they deserve, and somehow keeping the completed work from being clogged with MOCs leaves me scratching my head. Simply wonderful. Great job to you, to all the builders involved, and can't say how honored I am to have been a part of it.
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Thanks Clayton and likewise. It was a fun trip.
Quoting Clayton Marchetti Magnificent work Pico! You did a brilliant job on this stunning piece. Love the story too. A special thanks to Stephan Niehoff who's idea it was to bring us together for this project. It's been an honor to work with such amazing builders, and I'm proud to be apart of this collaboration!
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Sure thing, thanks for your part in the build!
Quoting Locutus 666 Im honored to be part of this awesome thing! Thx to all Collaborators and to Pico for puting a lot of time to finish it up with this great picture!
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
With all of you making such a great effort how can it not be?! :D Thanks David
Quoting David Alexander Smith It's looking good!
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Thanks! Each build will eventually get posted on their own, with their detailed background and pics.
Quoting KW Vauban Wow - that looks really good. All these space ships are great (and the photo shopping is awesome).
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
I'll say it again! Magestic, Magnificent... pure Magic! I feel so privileged, and yet humbled, to have been a part of this, to truly be in the presence of all this talent! :)
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
Excellent work from all involved. Immensely proud to have played a part!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
A massive thank you to all of the contributers and especially to Pico for his sterling efforts in editing such a big selection of disparate into a cohesive picture. Great work!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
Wow! Awesome!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
Great work of Lego "Space" creationism! I second all the positive comments you have received already and will receive after mine. You have a lot of great imagination!
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Awesome! Looked it up right away and found this trailer: http://bit.ly/1IJ6X0B They're testing this with the Occulus rift btw. Me wanna. So cool, thanks for bringing that up. Instantly recognizable. You know I want a pic of that desktop now :D
Quoting Defiant Banana *Sits back and takes a very deep breath* Wow. Firstly, that is my new desktop picture. Thanks for the wallpaper. Secondly, this is stellar! (Pun intended) Ever heard of Descent? It is an old video game that is still very popular, there were three in the series, and now they are bringing it back and this totally reminded me of the new game design. It now centers on mining asteroids and different factions fighting form supplies from them. You should check it out!
  May 19, 2015
Man is that good, whoever made that, is a master. Thank you for your effort Pico and your skills. It is an honor for me to be a part of it.
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
Simply amazed at this. I knew you were good, Pico, but you may be this community's best when it comes to presentation. I'm thrilled at seeing a group of builders that are all good at what they do come together and bring their top game for this project. I mentioned on Flickr and I'll mention it here, the way you were able to take all these different builds and put them all together on a single stage, giving them all the star treatment, (get it? star treatment?), they deserve, and somehow keeping the completed work from being clogged with MOCs leaves me scratching my head. Simply wonderful. Great job to you, to all the builders involved, and can't say how honored I am to have been a part of it.
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
Magnificent work Pico! You did a brilliant job on this stunning piece. Love the story too. A special thanks to Stephan Niehoff who's idea it was to bring us together for this project. It's been an honor to work with such amazing builders, and I'm proud to be apart of this collaboration!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
*Sits back and takes a very deep breath* Wow. Firstly, that is my new desktop picture. Thanks for the wallpaper. Secondly, this is stellar! (Pun intended) Ever heard of Descent? It is an old video game that is still very popular, there were three in the series, and now they are bringing it back and this totally reminded me of the new game design. It now centers on mining asteroids and different factions fighting form supplies from them. You should check it out!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
Im honored to be part of this awesome thing! Thx to all Collaborators and to Pico for puting a lot of time to finish it up with this great picture!
 I like it 
  May 19, 2015
It's looking good!
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  May 19, 2015
Wow - that looks really good. All these space ships are great (and the photo shopping is awesome).
 I made it 
  May 19, 2015
Thanks Jon!
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  May 19, 2015
Amazing amount of effort gone into this, well done to all involved. Inspiring!
 
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