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Thinships #2 . Thinships are meant for frontal assaults. They offer a minimal target to the enemy when assuming attack course, and they can offer a blinking target if they apply a good spin when disengaging. . UTS "Neon Giger" Ultra Thin Fighter Here you can see a little experiment with lights. Beyond its frontal disruptors, the Giger is also equipped with an SCD (Space Cutter Device). This Thinfighter can stay in frontal attack position until the very last second: the SCD will open a thin warp and let the ship all the way through. The SCD is redundant: by engaging both of them the fighter becomes technically a subspace blade capable of inflicting devastating damage when piercing through its target. Of course this takes out most of the Giger's power, and there's a good chance that the energy won't be enough for it to come through (depending on the target's size, density and energy shielding) You can actually see both arms of the pilot: the UTS are narrower than a human torso. A shot of the cockpit. Now, don't crucify me: I lost my black 2x1 control panel and the yellow one was the only I had left. Also, I don't have a black seat of that kind. I think that the coolness of the fig's uniform fully makes up for it. (I actually saw how the shoulder pad was done in a Clone Commnder's page. Can't remember who right now. I'll add it if it pops up) And I think I'll get a camera with a better macro soon. Crimso Giger: one of the most inspiring and supportive Sci-Fi MOCcers around. I'd never let anyone furnish my home but him. Just to think at his tiled motives and the '60s feeling of his stuff makes me nostalgic. TS "White Ocean" I've been itching to make something on the "Ice Planet" theme since... forever. So this is the Ice Planet's Thinship. Butt shot. Always a winner. The White Ocean doubles as a Flatship thanks to the spinning cockpit (YAY! Here I can write cockpit without censorship! I'm relieved, I was getting tired of using "dongpit" in the groups, it didn't sound quite right), which allows the pilot to disengage without whirling away along with the ship. Here we see a good old Ice Planet figgy (but with sunglasses) at the controls, and the "side shot" missiles. I wanted to add more playable feats, but they interfered with the forward's design. A detail of the "Awsum Wepon Aray". It looks cool, and it's suppsed to power up some kind of devastating attack, but I didn't get past the failure of the "freezing ray" concept. (I mean, a freezing ray into the near 0k of space? COME ON!) Imagine it is whatever you want. The name was a tribute to Shannon Ocean, the demigod who created the Mysterions, probably my favourite original Sci-Fi theme EVER. The original group shot. The other 2 were the original Thinships that started it all. You can find them HERE, and I also made a Space Pirate FS HERE :) Thanks for reading, comments are welcome :)

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