MocOlympics Round 3: LukeClarenceVan vs. Ian Spacek: Star Wars vs. Star Trek . . For round three of the MocOlympics, I received the awesome category of Star Wars vs. Star Trek. My opponent, the King of Vignettes Ian Spacek will be competing against me. Since the category is well within my comfort zone, I figured that I might as well continue that trend and build the snowy landscape of Hoth.
A group of Star Trek characters have beamed onto Hoth, intent on destroying the new Rebel base there. In the ongoing war between Star Wars and Star Trek Captain Kirk has lead many such assaults, but never against a force this large.
Bird's eye view.
The Rebel base.
An Atgar 1.4 FD P-Tower defends the base, though all that remains of its gunner is a hat, thanks to a well placed phaser beam from Spock.
The group of daring space adventurers, drawn from various Star Trek timeframes. (Much as I'd like to, I can't take credit for the phaser design. It's Michael Jasper's, a phenomenal technique builder whom I encourage you to check out.)
Bones: "Sigh, happens every time I beam into MOCpages..."
Bones: "What's with the armor, Wesley?"
Wesley Crusher: "I know what happens to red-shirts, sir. I thought that this might help."
Worf: "That's fantastic, kid. Now we have someone to check for mines."
Spock: "Captain, I question your choice of apparel."
Kirk: "What, you mean the medal? It's the award of distinguished service, the greatest honour in the Federation."
Spock: "However, you've not yet earned that distinction..."
Kirk: "Well, they'll obviously give it to me after my stunning performance in this upcoming campaign. I mean, I'm Captain Kirk for crying out loud!"
Spock: "Most illogical..."
Kirk: "Oh yeah? If we're on the subject of illogic, where are your ears?"
Spock: *Unintelligible grumbles...*
A scout is surprised to spot the invaders.
The back, with the base's interior.
The war room.
A few off duty pilots play poker. There's an aquarium in the back with many plants and a fish in it, but my amazing skills at blocking light have rendered it almost invisible.
Thanks for stopping by, and best of luck to Mr. Spacek!