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Personal space sprinter with space booster engine and a jumble of colors
About this creation

I had to get this out of my system before it's 2008 so here's my as colorful as possible while still looking sort of planned out civilian model space sprinter! I used every color I have somewhere on the Colorfool and if a color isn't there it's because I don't have it.

The Colorfool is owned by Miss Flouriniana, a substitute elementary school art teacher. She has an extremely wealthy father who actually owns the company that builds space sprinters.

Miss Flouriniana chose the exact paintjob of the ship and when her father saw it he named it Colorfool... which is the same name he calls his daughter.

The space booster engine is just a copy of the hyper-drive ring and works the same way.

This is actually an escape from a MOC I'm actually serious about at the moment but won't be able to finish until I order some more red pieces.

Here is the main ship separating from the space booster engine.

I tried to have some reason behind my color madness and all the colors are arranged in some sort of simple pattern.

I bought the mosaic lego set #6163 cause it was on clearance at Walmart and had to build something colorful after seeing the pieces!

Here is Miss Flouriniana sitting comfortably in her cockpit.

Bad news for Miss Flouriniana, a turtle-mine has spotted her! The usual escort that her father hired to protect her picked the wrong day for a vacation.

The Turtle-mine quickly gets on the ship and waits for conformation whether or not to detonate.


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  May 7, 2009
With all the due respect for your other stuff, this is your best, in my book.
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  April 13, 2009
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  February 25, 2009
After making Prismatic Shadow, I don't need to tell you I love this thing. The colors are chaotic and coordinated all at once! I especially like the use of 1x1 bricks to get a nice texture.
 I made it 
  November 11, 2008
Tristan Amaya, you possibly missed the point? I wanted to use every color I had in my collection, hence the name "Colorfool".
 I like it 
  March 9, 2008
I've seen all your creations, all is very good but my favorite is that one ! It's so cute and original !
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  January 25, 2008
Now that's what i call color courage! that is very multi-colored, but the orange engines look a little out of place... it is supposed to be multi-colored but they are mostly orange...
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  January 1, 2008
Haha, great multi-color madness you have here. It burns my eyes, but in a good way. If that makes sense. Shannon said it best...flashbacks.
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  January 1, 2008
I think the colors work because you can actually see them, and the pics don't look like they were taken by a 2 year old. -Bob
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  January 1, 2008
I'll keep it simple -- this makes me smile. Though maybe it should come with a warning label: MAY CAUSE FLASHBACKS!
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  January 1, 2008
Space hippies! you obviously spent a lot of time getting the colors right, as it is the order within the crazy patterns is very, very neat. The ship itself is also really cool, especially the engine. I think you should add a second strut in the back connecting the booster pods to the hull -- with only one strut at the very front, it looks off-balance and awkward.
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  January 1, 2008
Wow!!! Structurally the ship is fantastic but the colours take it to another level. The trans-green canopy is perfect. Morbo the magnificent strikes again!
 I like it 
  December 31, 2007
You, my friend, have mastered the skill of making a jumbled color scheme respected. :)
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