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T-93 Solaris
About this creation
This SHIP started in 2002 as an experiment to build a click-hinge based cylinder, and eventually became a composite of various SNOT and non-standard building techniques. I donít have any cool sci-fi backstory about the origin or purpose of the vessel, so Iíll just leave that ambiguous. It is definitely not minifig scale. I figure a human would stand about 2-3 plates tall at this scale. The length is 153 studs (47.6 in)(120.9 cm) and it is obnoxiously heavy.



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  March 23, 2014
Great work of Lego creationism!
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  March 23, 2014
Great job! Congrats on MOTD.
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  March 23, 2014
Awesome build! Those are the coolest looking engines I've seen!
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  March 23, 2014
Excellent. A beautiful combination of shapes that come together very nicely. Most impressive.
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  March 23, 2014
Wonderful ship! Congrats on MOTD. ~Cheers
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  March 23, 2014
Nice model. I love the detailing and the overall shape. Well done!
  March 23, 2014
Sine nice techniques there :) and the ship itself turned out great, a mix of the Sulaco and Rodger Young from starship troopers and a little bit of Tantive IV or what ever it's name is in Star Wars. I know that feeling of having some technique, but no idea what to do with it. I like the result here!
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  July 29, 2012
Quoting Nyan Oleg Fabulous stuff, some really clever build work here. Is this still around?
Thanks, and yes, it still exists. I stopped using MOCpages a while ago. If interested, you can see all my work on flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jon1138/
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  July 29, 2012
Fabulous stuff, some really clever build work here. Is this still around?
  July 21, 2012
Extremely clean and beautiful work. It reminds me of, and I'm positive that I'm dating myself, the ship from Jason of Star Command. Look up the reference but I do warn you that James Doohan couldn't help this Saturday morning, 70's dreck. The ship, however, was indeed cool, as is your creation. Kudos.
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  January 24, 2012
Wonderful build, some great details and lovely curvature. Top work!
Jon Walker
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Oli "shroom" Harding
  December 8, 2010
brillinat, very big and well detailed.
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  December 8, 2010
Quoting paul yperman you were, are and always be one of my favourite builders. I love round things in Lego, and you are the absolute master of the 'no studs' builds. Congratulations
Thanks for the kind words. That means a lot coming from the "Droid Control Ship" guy. I was surprised to see all these new Solaris comments years after the original post. Never realized MOCpages had a MOTD feature.
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  December 8, 2010
Simply Beautiful Great ship....
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  December 8, 2010
Incredible what people do with their Lego...Congratz on MOTD, this is amazing!
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  December 8, 2010
What can I say? Good job! And gratz on motd !
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  December 8, 2010
Congrats on MOTD! Great work, Dude!
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  December 8, 2010
This is quite an amazing build, I think my favorite part is the use of windshields for engines. You made this ship with style.
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  December 8, 2010
you were, are and always be one of my favourite builders. I love round things in Lego, and you are the absolute master of the 'no studs' builds. Congratulations
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  December 8, 2010
Really cool!
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  December 8, 2010
Is this minifig scale? I don't think so. VERY GOOOD!!!
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  December 8, 2010
Wow this is a great ship! I can't believe it only has 43 likes, normally creations like this are around the 100 mark. Brilliant piece of art! ~Thoy
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  December 8, 2010
George Lucas could have used you in 1976.
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  December 8, 2010
excellent work!
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  December 8, 2010
Very slick design and excellent use of SNOT! Best Lego spaceship MOC I have ever seen.
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  December 8, 2010
very beautiful ship
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  December 8, 2010
This is in a close race with my favorite SHIP on MOC pages. Awesome is not a strong enough word.
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  October 28, 2010
This is easily one of my favorite ships.
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  August 31, 2010
o wow this is amazing! 0_o
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  August 24, 2010
Oh, good. I'm not the only one who calls click-hinges click-hinges! Impressive SHIP (I personally like heavier MOCs, it conveys density and structure).
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  August 19, 2010
I love the various curves you incorporated in the design.
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  May 24, 2010
Very impressive piece of work here. I really admire those engines!
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  April 2, 2010
excellent combination of parts, nice and interesting technics.
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  January 19, 2010
What a beautiful ship! But the techniques are just impressive! Some mad skills!
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  October 13, 2008
YAY! I found the vacuum cleaner! Hey, sorry about that other guy, Gizmo, ripping you off. He's, erm, "reformed" now. Anyway, this thing is awesome! Loving the bulky feel of the engines. The only crit I have is I really just don't like the sloping transition to the circular bridge/command bit. It doesn't hit me somehow. Well, it's your SHIP, and the rest is pure win. Kudos.
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  November 22, 2007
Wow again! This ship is also realy great, The common point between your ship is that they are credible. I mean they almost look like real movie ship. I realy like your stuff.
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  February 13, 2007
If I may say a word, wow, just wow! I usually make a point of writing the most informative reviews I can, but really it would be more efficient just to say, "wow."
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  February 1, 2007
A BEAUTIFUL creation! I love the all of the curves in the ships form. But what really does it for me is the balance you seem to strike between areas of detail/greebling, and the contrasting smooth surfaces elsewhere. The variation of grays and black are quite nice as well. Just fantastic!!!
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  December 8, 2006
That is one impressive SHIP! I notice its nearly studless, that very good for a ship that size. I am just awe strucked, you did a very good job on it.
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  August 30, 2006
Ah, yes. This thing created quite a commotion at Classic Space. We called it the vacuum cleaner. ;-)
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  August 29, 2006
All I can say is.... AWESOME!!!!! Love the origional design and deffinately fits in classic space!
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  August 28, 2006
That s one sick thing! I'll be waiting for more MOCS from you
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  August 27, 2006
Just Incredible. Wonderful. 3 thumbs up! -grows an extra thumb just for the occasion-
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  August 27, 2006
This thing is...amazing. And that's not even a good enough word for it.
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  August 27, 2006
This is one of those MOCs where you can#t say anything other than WOW!. everything about it is just fantastic, from the shape to the attention to detail such as the tiling. is that the sun inverted u used as a background?
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  August 27, 2006
awesome ...is it based on any "existing" ship? My only regret is the color scheme... Lots of great ideas! Great job!
Jon Walker
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Elliot Claveau
  August 26, 2006
That thing kick some serious ass. You made a really good job on that!
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  August 26, 2006
Tis awesome. Very nice shapes through out. I'm diggin those orange stripes on the sides. If you haven't already, you should post this on Classic-space.com
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  August 26, 2006
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