This a bit out of focus, but it shows some of the Christmas lights I installed in the engines. All together there is 144 red lights.These lights are 'chasers', meaning they turn off and on in a rotating pattern, and the speed can be varied, which looks pretty cool. Also note the gears under the engine pods. They make it so if you turn one, the other turns with it. The center four engines (not shown) are mounted on shock absorbers in such a way that they can tilt up or down, then self center themselves.
Yep, that's me. The front foot of the ship can separate as smaller ship, like a torpedo boat. If you look at the area where the ship's colors turn from blue to black, that's where the engines separate. This makes it so it can be packed away for transport. For more information, contact me at email@example.com
Here I'm using the control switches to adjust the angle of the ship on it's pedestal. You really get a feel for the width of the engines. To see my computer generated artwork, go to http://www.angelfire.com/il2/zvr/
Reminds me of the old saying...
'There are four kinds of Ships...
Small, Large, Colossal and Oh My God, It's Coming Right At Us!'
--Sir, You have managed to achieve the 4th kind with style! (In Scale-Size, of course).
Here's what I would say. "Wow... that's big... like, Kelso big... Fantastic!" BUT, you already know that now don't you? Now I'll grant you that it IS big, but is fantastic? Well, I think... YES! Absolutely! It's not just fantastic, it's fantastical! Keep on building ~ Nowhereman
this is one of the best ships i have ever seen i dont even have a thought of why it was 3 star it should be 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 stars