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"Docked Spacecraft" in Team Pride's "Monochrome"
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"Docked Spacecraft" Category: "Monochrome" Team: Team Pride
About this creation
On a planet far far away, there is no such thing as color. Everything is white. Humans cannot live there, only white humanoid forms, capable of no emotion, carry out tasks as they are assigned. The prototype WD40 Spaceblaster is docked at one of the mountaintop space-stations for check-up and refueling.



Further tilted view of the system.


Head on shot.


A humanoid refueling the ship.


The WD40 Spaceblaster. (Obviously stands for "White Desolation")


Bird's eye view of the WD40.


Thought I'd try a shot with the flash to really bring out the color.


The engines. Hard to make them look powerful with only white...


The Humanoid pilot conveniently buckled in.


The docking platform includes a refueling chamber, mail boxes, observation platforms, and a stretcher bay.


Tried to fit some all-white greebling in there to make it look futuristic.


A detail shot of the two Humanoids completely some mundane tasks.



When I signed up for this category I was thinking of doing the classic "polar bear in an Alaskan winter in a snowstorm" type of mosaic, then I realized that probably would not go over too well with the judges. Hopefully this is at least a little better.



Comments

 I like it 
  February 27, 2010
AAHH!! I'M BLIND!! Haha, great MOC, you must have a lot of Legos to be able to build it totally white. Keep on brickin'!
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  February 24, 2010
Good shape, looks a bit like an animal.....
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  February 18, 2010
I too prefer the dock to the ship, but it is a lovely build that is exemplified by the monochromatic colour. Had some worries about this category, but this build wiped them away. Four (4) points. Lee.
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  February 18, 2010
Amazing SNOT work!
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  February 18, 2010
Very nice build! I'm starting to see the potential of monochrome ships. I built the Heart of Gold for another contest (THHGTTG). Is the docking platform open to the public? Might pass by to refuel sometime... XD
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  February 18, 2010
Sweet Christmas! This is awesome, I love the stuff going on here. I can't imagine much better being done in monochrome, so I award 5 points, nice work.
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  February 18, 2010
I never thought I'd see anything this big in "monochrome". Of course I was forgetting how big some collections are :) 4 points are well deserved for this. Well done!
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  February 18, 2010
Whoa, cool. The docking platform is nicely designed and the ship itself has some cool construction techniques. I like your use of the all-white color scheme; it makes it difficult to tell where the dock ends and the ship begins, which is kind of cool.
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  February 18, 2010
Very nice ship and! Liking the monochrome colour scheme.
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  February 18, 2010
Awesome craft. I like the engine.
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  February 17, 2010
Nice! It looks really good.
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  February 17, 2010
WD40 hahaha! "polar bear in an Alaskan winter in a snowstorm" i think that might have worked, the judges seem to like the "balls out on the table" approach. Cool build and accompanying writing.
 I like it 
  February 17, 2010
How cool!
 
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