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Entry 4: W.I.P Seterra
Back again! Since the last entry, several months have passed in which I've had not so much time to work on the Seterra Project. When I've had time, main focus was to complete the area above the main hangar bays, to rearrange and complete the greebles on the engine section as well as to work on the middle section with it's connection towers to the side-ships.
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Here you see a side shot of the meanwhile nearly completed Hangar Bay area.



More detailed shot of the upper hangar bay area,



To give you an impression how the front part of the ship has developed in the meantime.



Side/top shot of the rearranged greebles of the engine section.



Shot from top-rear to give you an impression of the complete upper engine section after rearrangement ad completition.



One of the 4 connection towers, which are used to connect the 2 side ships.



Middle Part of the ship, between the front and rear connection tower.



Same connection tower than before, shot from the rear side.



Comments

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  January 21, 2012
awesome!!
Thomas Haas
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Ryan Radkins
  October 14, 2011
this is awesome and can some poeple plz join my group its called the covenant
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  March 12, 2011
That ship is huge!!! Great job...
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  January 30, 2011
good work, an amazing machine. you don't live in Virginia do you? I knew a Tom Haas....
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  January 25, 2011
This vessel is terrifying. Every piece earns it's place. Every detail is deliberate. And not one single stud has escaped your tile inventory! If there is a stud showing...it's because you chose to allow it. I dig it! Attack!
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  January 13, 2011
Lol do you have any money whatsoever after this? ;D
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  December 16, 2010
Wow! I see you were forced to sneak some colors underneath.
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  December 13, 2010
Quoting J H This is nuts, truly amazing. Excellent detail and I love the organic living area. Have you kept track of how many pieces you are using on this MOC? I've kind of lost count on my own and will have to work it out at the end by subtraction! I'd be interested if you have any internal structure pictures.
Thanks for rating. No idea about the number of parts, but for sure several thousand. May be a bit old fashioned as I'm not the youngest anymore :-), the internal structure is mainly supported by 8 x 16 bricks with a combination of technic bricks which are pin-connected with each other.
 I like it 
  December 13, 2010
This is nuts, truly amazing. Excellent detail and I love the organic living area. Have you kept track of how many pieces you are using on this MOC? I've kind of lost count on my own and will have to work it out at the end by subtraction! I'd be interested if you have any internal structure pictures.
 I made it 
  December 2, 2010
Quoting Thoy Bradley I too am not sure how I've missed this MOC through 4 WIPs. This thing is stunning! Could I ask where you will be transporting it to? Congrats on a masterpiece! ~Thoy
Next year I need to transport it from the place I currently live to my new adress.
 I like it 
  November 30, 2010
I too am not sure how I've missed this MOC through 4 WIPs. This thing is stunning! Could I ask where you will be transporting it to? Congrats on a masterpiece! ~Thoy
 I like it 
  November 26, 2010
AWESOME! If only I could have something like that... too many pieces!
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  November 26, 2010
Wow, this is epic. I also recently rediscovered legos. I just wish I had that many gray parts. lol.
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  November 13, 2010
Great work, Thomas. The contrast of the white docking bay and the grey is really nice - very Alien-ish. I'm excited to see the whole thing in one shot; I can't tell what the shape is exactly and it's bugging me! This is truly a SHIP and your effort is not unnoticed.
 I like it 
  November 9, 2010
This is the first I've seen of this MOC - somehow it managed to slip under my radar. Glad to have finally run across it, though. The word "epic" is thrown around too much in our circles, but this creation is truly on that scale. Looking absolutely stunning so far!
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  November 8, 2010
holy mother of god were did you find the time to biuld this its huge there has to be aroung a coupole thousend dollars in there
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  November 7, 2010
Pleeeeease take care of the weight and the stability for not having a baaaaad end..... Your ship looks so cool and you surely spend so many hours to make it !!! so please imprison your wife to be sure she will be there anytime you'll need..... ;-))))
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  November 7, 2010
Quoting El Barto ! Well, you're fortunate to have a wife willing to assist in such a project. I usually get the old eye roll and a big sigh! Will you have a stand or just go with the table top?
I know :-)). The ship will have a stand, to make it possible to have a view also on the underpart.
 I like it 
  November 6, 2010
Well, you're fortunate to have a wife willing to assist in such a project. I usually get the old eye roll and a big sigh! Will you have a stand or just go with the table top?
 I made it 
  November 6, 2010
Quoting The Lego Man ... This, now this is amazing. Love every single thing about it. I would love to see a top down pic, or something to see how big it is!
Thanks for the comment. Currently not possible to put all modules together as I have not enough space in my current flat. Furthermore need to transport the ship next year and for transportation in one piece it would be too big. But you can see a pic in Entry 3 giving an idea of the full size.
 I made it 
  November 6, 2010
Quoting El Barto ! Nice update! I hope your floor is sturdy enough to support this Beast!
Thanks for your comment. You are right, it is a bit heavy which is partly for sure a result of my attempt to make it as stable as possible. I donot want to use any wooden or steel supports innerside, so the stability has to come from the bricks itself(a lot of Technic bricks plus 8 X 16 plates). But so far the modules are still light enough so that I can move them with the help of my wife. But who knows where it will end up :-))
 I made it 
  November 6, 2010
Quoting Jurrien Meyrahn You are dutch, aren't you? Hij is echt gwn te bruut. 5/5 als je het mij vraagt!
Thanks for the comment. I'm a German but catched what you ment. Thanks again.
 I like it 
  November 6, 2010
Just... just wow. Not much more I could say about this. I only WISH I could pull off something like this.
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  November 6, 2010
This, now this is amazing. Love every single thing about it. I would love to see a top down pic, or something to see how big it is!
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  November 6, 2010
O.O, OMFG!
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  November 6, 2010
You are dutch, aren't you? Hij is echt gwn te bruut. 5/5 als je het mij vraagt!
 I like it 
  November 6, 2010
You are dutch, aren't you? Hij is echt gwn te bruut. 5/5 als je het mij vraagt!
 I like it 
  November 6, 2010
Nice update! I hope your floor is sturdy enough to support this Beast!
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  November 6, 2010
THIS IS GONNA BE A HUUUUUGE THING !!!!! WOW for the hangar and the greebles and I can't wait to see it finished !!!!!
 I like it 
  November 6, 2010
Man, this is huge! Never seen it before and I must have a closer look at everything. Great stuff! Ich bin massiv beeindruckt.
 
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