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My biggest LDD creation yet and ever.
About this creation
Here is a *cough* huge spaceship that I made for a group on the lego.com LU creation lab, so don't wonder about those short forms, the poor logo in the left upper edge (it's the logo of the group, I don't know who invented it, but if you ask me it's pretty ugly) and the second logo below (made by me, it's all complicated division and fleet stuff). This is in fact not my latest model, I made it about three posted creations ago, but hadn't posted it due to... don't know. I hope you appreciate it, it is my largest LDD model I ever made, and I won't make something bigger in future (most probably). For those who want to know: The parts would cost something above 3000.



















Building instructions
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Comments

 I like it 
  November 24, 2010
Very smooth!
 I like it 
  September 19, 2010
3000 Euros?! 3000 [REDACTED] EUROS?!?!?!
 I like it 
  September 17, 2010
That's the BIGGEST LDD ship I've ever seen. AWESOME. Does it hold minifigs?
 I made it 
  September 16, 2010
Quoting Areetsa C Bigger isn't always better- but this one definitely fits the bill. Looks rather Japanese in styling, don't know if that's intentional but eh. How'd you do the red triangles along the sides?
The triangles are like mosaics, made of flat tiles.
 I like it 
  September 16, 2010
Bigger isn't always better- but this one definitely fits the bill. Looks rather Japanese in styling, don't know if that's intentional but eh. How'd you do the red triangles along the sides?
 I made it 
  September 15, 2010
Quoting affliction . Cool looking carrier. The hanger section is a little flat compared to the bridge and engines, but the second flight deck is a nice touch. The only problem I see is that the click-hinges in the engines and spine are not in a clicked position, so you would have to use different hinges if you were building this.
Seriously, I wouldn't want anyone to try buying or building this. LDD made a lot of problems while I was making it, so I had to use compromises with some techniques (e.g. how the base with the landing strips is attached). To come back to the click hinges. I know that non-click hinges might have been better to adjust the angles and make the spine more round, but in reality this would probabnly not hold anyway (most of the back is just left empty because I neither had a plan how I could fill it in a both good-looking and practical way nor i was willing to fill it up with normal bricks). I'm not a pro on LDD and since my CPU already had problems to calculate the adjustments of such big structures, I left it be. That doesn't mean I didn't put a lot of effort into this. Thank you for the comment.
 I like it 
  September 15, 2010
made with LDD? sweet ship!
 I like it 
  September 15, 2010
Cool looking carrier. The hanger section is a little flat compared to the bridge and engines, but the second flight deck is a nice touch. The only problem I see is that the click-hinges in the engines and spine are not in a clicked position, so you would have to use different hinges if you were building this.
 
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