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Entry 2: W.I.P Seterra . Well,several weeks have passed since I've added some pictures of my first big project to Moc Pages. Please find attached an update about the current status of the project. . To connect the side modules, I created 2 similar "crossing sections". The construction of these parts created some few grey hairs, as I wanted to built sth which shows areas combined in different angles. My aspiration is to make the whole ship as studless as possible and as I want to avoid gaps whereever possible, some trial and error session were needed to figure out a structure I could be happy with. A second challenge was to make it so robust that it will survive a transport. Several times I had to realize Newtons gravitation laws work well but finally I found a solution which is more stable than I expected. Here you might see how I'm going to integrate the "crossing sections" This picture shows the inward-looking part of the side-modules equipped with several escape pods. and another shot of one of the sidemodules, still not fixed to the main ship. These sidemodules can operate as independent ships, therefore they are equipped with an own engine section. to cover all the studs, amounts of tiles will be needed. But luckywise a spaceship is a fantastic complex technical structure which needs so many gimmicks like reactors etc, so it offers also a lot of possibility to implement hundreds of other parts to make the surface structure more lively. Thanks for rating.

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