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Droid Control Ship . This is my version of the Droid Control Ship, based on and inspired by Thomas Benedikt's version of this ship. When I saw his ship, I knew I had to build one. So I found images of the Droid Control Ship online, and in books I got from the library. After about 3 weeks of construction with 4 hours a day, I finished right before school started. It totals at 11120 pieces. Hopefully when I've saved up some money I can start ordering pieces for it. Please rate and comment! . The engines are huge. The center sphere was built using a program on the Internet called Bram's Sphere Generator. These are the antennas which are right above the engines. Aerial View This is what it looked like before I attached the center sphere.

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