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Thrilling Dusk
This Branson Air Truck is a fine example of the brand; tough, no-frills, adaptable and cheap. Watch your head.
About this creation
As a running gag, Branson Air Trucks are given ridiculous or inappropriate names. "They're so ugly that the only beautiful thing can be the name!" The Thrilling Dusk is no exception.



Its a late Series 11 Revision 3A, and despite the numerous changes since Series 1, the Branson Air Truck has never improved it's looks. Not even the red nose stripe, assortment of registration stickers or company logos can distract from it's perpetual, dour appearance. (I think it looks like a walrus.)



The first series was cobbled together from scrap passenger jets, modular buildings and a couple discarded fuel tanks. Despite this, it quickly gained a reputation as a dependable replacement for overland shipping methods like trucks and trains.




While some models did come equipped with jet turbines, B.A.T.s were never fast enough to make them an efficient option. This series uses 2 Lanow B90 Turboprops brandishing a mighty 3,240 SHP each. With these, the Thrilling Dusk can reach it's top speed of 250 MPH in only 32 seconds!




It may be considered old-fashioned, but the radio wire stretching between the lofty tail-fin and the cockpit has remained as part of the Air Truck's identity. The tail fin itself is essential for maintaining a course in strong winds.




Of course, B.A.T.s haven't been around for 150 years just for their looks. They were the first widespread application of the Branson Electric Induction Thruster. When Harold Branson made his first successful prototype, he sought high and low for a buyer. Unfortunately, the world wasn't ready for such a revolutionary and untested engine-- so Branson made his own application by cobbling together whatever he could find. As a result, no one ever complimented him for his aesthetic talent.




Early Branson EITs were underpowered and it required more than a dozen to make his creation fly. But by Series 3, the number dropped to just 10. Series 5 introduced the Articulated Thrust Management system, which allowed the EITs to pivot and tilt a small amount. This greatly improved stability and handling, making the Air Truck accessible to novice pilots.



As of series 4, antique passenger jets had been out of production for nearly 30 years and there were no more scrap fuselages. The upper section was redesigned from scratch with a more useable box-shape. Another notable change was the switch to virtualized navigation; a nose packed with sensors and cameras provides much more information than the human eye could ever discern.



The space under the nose has extra reinforcement to carry additional containers, winches, or whatever the current job demands. On this particular ship, there seems to have been some repair work done on the front left corner. Either that or someone began painting it and gave up when they ran out.




One of the more interesting applications is this Howitzer converted to a magazine-fed avalanche buster. With 10 shots and a built-in casing catcher, its extremely useful for making remote landing zones safer. Its use in any other scenario is strongly discouraged.



The EITs are powered by a large fuel cell at the back of the upper deck. The switch to the box-shape allowed for a larger unit with an improved, easy to service layout. Pipes feed hydrogen from each tank to the cells, while exterior turbines compress and force air through each side and a large humidity control unit keeps the whole reaction as efficient as possible. Excess steam from the reaction is vented through the exhaust pipe at the very back.




Up until the 4th series, simple and durable landing skids were used to keep costs and weight down. The addition of folding landing struts decreased drag and made landings softer, so it was a welcome trade-off. The pads are wide enough to allow landings on unpaved ground, though sand or marshes are off-limits.



It may be a relic from the scrap-fuselage days, but even the latest series still has an access hatch on the upper deck. It makes field repairs and maintenance much easier, with a ladder on either side for climbing around.



The greenhouse roof has been around since the first series where flat, cut-to-size panels were much cheaper than expensive curved sections. Its remained thanks to the broad visibility given and the B.A.T.s relatively low service ceiling.




Time for a look inside! The upper deck is just roomy enough to live in, with two sleeping quarters and a bathroom. The lack of windows reduces production costs, but tends to make the interior feel gloomy. If needed, the crew quarters can be stripped out to make more room for cargo, but this is the most common configuration.




The access door tucks neatly against the inner hull. The cockpit holds 3 comfortably, with the greenhouse roof and bubble side ports giving good visibility above and to each side. It's not uncommon for there to be only one pilot onboard, but two is recommended.




The generator room at the back contains the massive fuel cell assembly. There are 5 cell stacks locked behind insulated doors, which are only opened when the stacks need to be serviced. There's a workbench with some essential tools and a work light for minor issues.



One room has a closet, and the bathroom is complete with a shower, toilet and sink. The crew quarters have sliding doors to maximize space.



This charming tank is for all the human waste produced onboard. Its made to be removed by crane for quick swaps, but this system is known for leaky seals and you can already see spreading corrosion in the tank cradle.




Here we can see the Thrilling Dusk fully opened for your viewing pleasure. On the underside of the upper deck, you can see the runoff-tanks. Because the fuel cells produce a lot of steam, its easy to capture some of it, then condense/cool it for use onboard. When full, the red tank is so effective at keeping the ship warm that there is no other heating system on board.



While the Branson Air Truck never excelled at bulky cargo, it is perfect for smaller packages and pallets. The cargo hold alone can hold 28 pallets, or at full load, 64,000 lbs of cargo. Lets get it cleaned out first.




The loading ramp can go to the ground, or rest on the lip of a supply dock to make a flat bridge. Its wide enough to allow multiple workers at a time, and can even handle small forklifts.




That's better.




The cargo hold has just enough spare room under the stairs for a refrigerator, a sink, an oven, and a coffee maker. The fire extinguisher is a freebie supplied in case of bad cooks. Each side of the cargo hold has rails for tying down cargo, and under the eaves are rows of capacitors that feed the EITs. The white and green tanks next to the main fuel tanks are for emergencies, and provide a scant 15 minutes of flying time.



There are two panels that give access to the landing strut's hydraulic systems. If needed, they can be pumped manually to extend the struts.



Uh-oh, the port chief is not gonna be happy about this mess. We better get someone over here to help organize it. Whoops, looks like he's not too happy either.



Lets call the fuel truck over to top off, and we'll get out of their hair... as soon as the truck is fixed.





Nevermind that, he's a determined fellow and will have that tank full in minutes. You can bet he keeps a ear open for engine starts though.




And just like that, the Thrilling Dusk is off again on another run. The only casualty noted is the truck driver's underwear.

Whew! If you made it all the way down, then I sincerely thank you for reading/looking over everything. I hope that you enjoyed the pictures and/or text, and will leave me a review. I want to say that this is my first true multi-level ship-- and even though it's not 100 studs long, I consider it a SHIP because of how many pieces I used. I also wanted to make a ship that was as ugly and purposeful as possible, and I think I achieved that. So thanks again for visiting, and click here to see all the pictures.



Comments

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  October 26, 2012
That's brilliant. You sure can spin a tale, too! Brought a smile to my day.
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  October 7, 2011
man, u're making me fall in love with lego all over again!
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  July 12, 2011
Amazingly detailed, awesomely real-looking. Easy 5/5!
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  May 19, 2011
potentissimo lo hai prima costruito con ldd oppure avevi giÓ tutti i pezzi?
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  February 26, 2011
Quoting Peter Mowry Great design and Detail might I add!!! Im really digging the loading ramp. If you wouldn't mind I was reading on your home page about the watermark print to put on your photo's. Any direction you could point me in to get that software download. Thanks for the help, later.
I use photoshop for all my picture editing, but you could also use Gimp. It's a free program that has a lot of features, and you could easily add your name/email/trademark to your pictures with it. Here's a link with some other recommendations: http://www.guidetoartschools.com/tips-and-tools/free-photo-editing
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  February 25, 2011
Great design and Detail might I add!!! Im really digging the loading ramp. If you wouldn't mind I was reading on your home page about the watermark print to put on your photo's. Any direction you could point me in to get that software download. Thanks for the help, later.
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  February 25, 2011
There certainly aren't enough mini-fig scale light cargo freighters here. I'm glad you've made such a great one. If you get a chance, could you check out mine? There's one there now (The Rusty Mustang) and I'm nearly complete with my second (The Flying Rhino).
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  January 20, 2011
Pretty amazing, you accomplished your goal of an ugly, functional, awesome ship that is obviously part of a "lived in" universe. Expect James Cameron to copy your idea and give you no credit in the near future :)
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  January 8, 2011
I cant look at it its soooo brilliant!!!!
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  January 8, 2011
I cant look at it its soooo brilliant!!!!
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  January 5, 2011
Dude. Model that in LDD somehow so we can go buy this as a lego set--the price tag would be worth it. If only I could mod this design like the freighter "Serenity" in Firefly.
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  January 4, 2011
Quoting David Cook Or they ran out of that particular color brick.
Trust me, it was entirely intentional (with no lack of bricks) but it's not as dramatic as I wanted. I probably should have made it orange or green or something. Oh well!
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  December 29, 2010
"On this particular ship, there seems to have been some repair work done on the front left corner. Either that or someone began painting it and gave up when they ran out." Or they ran out of that particular color brick. also that loading ranp is awesome, I'm building a space lander/carrier right now and was stumped on a broblem with the ramp and you just solved it! I tip my hat to you sir.
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  December 28, 2010
OMG I might as well just burn all my Lego because I know I can never achieve such greatness.
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  December 23, 2010
It looks very military you should slap som 105mm's on that sucker and make it a freacken destroyer :P Thumbs up for blowing my mine!!!!!
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  December 23, 2010
You just astounded me. Ugly ships are the best ships. Especially in Lego.
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  December 23, 2010
The level of detail and functionality is way off the charts - absolutely fantastic!
Rags naRock
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Michael Sloper
  December 22, 2010
Wow, this is amazing! I'm really loving the shape of this, with the rotor and wings. The interior is also very built nicely. Like other people, I'm looking forward to your next big moc! Great work!
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  December 22, 2010
That is insane! If you didn't rate this 5/5, there's something wrong with you. I can't believe how detailed and realistic (if it were real) it is. Great job!
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  December 22, 2010
That is obscenely good. Love the door and landing gear hinges, it's that sort of detail that marks out the greats.
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  December 22, 2010
Just absolutely incredible. The features are amazing, nice landing gear and you had some great work on the interior. And, i must ask, how did you get the videos in?
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  December 22, 2010
Truly a 5 star. Loss of words really, very amazing. Kinda has a Sky Captian and the world tomorrow feel. And my brother mentioned this when he saw it, it reminds me of Khan's air ship in the Disney cartoon "Talespin." Very similar looking except in the cartoon it was dorsal rotors keeping the ship up. Perhaps this was an inspiration? An awesome job, the background story is great as well!
Rags naRock
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Oli "shroom" Harding
  December 21, 2010
friking amazing!!!!!
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  December 21, 2010
man !It's better than a toy!!! Merry Christmas!
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  December 21, 2010
OMG!!!!!I cant belive you actualy did that!!! =)
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  December 21, 2010
I get a calm a clear feeling looking at this. a very serene' look to it.
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  December 21, 2010
Very amazing. if i could add more then 5 stars i would. PS. hi Chris
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  December 21, 2010
That was AMAZING!!! Thank you! I feel like I just went through a tour of the real thing!!! You did an amazing job as a lego builder but just as good if not better a job at writing the tour. Keep building!!!
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  December 21, 2010
This is the stuff of dreams.
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  December 21, 2010
That's freakin awesome man...thumbs up to u.
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  December 21, 2010
Theres not much to say about this fantastic MOC that has not already been said! I love the 'used' feel this airship has, kind of a Millenium Falcon/Serenity type vibe. Great work here, really impressive model sir!
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  December 21, 2010
this is outstanding its just brilliant. Love the whole back story, every nock and cranny. And yes I made it to the bottom.
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  December 21, 2010
i love that mini kitchen!oh and how did you get them pics to move????:)
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  December 20, 2010
Very Nice! i love the amount of details you put into it, and the idea itself is cool too.
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  December 20, 2010
NICE! I've been building w LEGO for 47 yrs and I love this one. Big, "ugly" and functional great work
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  December 20, 2010
Amazing backstory, amazing detail, amazing modeling skill, amazing creation!
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  December 20, 2010
wow man! thats really awesome! i love the detail
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  December 20, 2010
Wow. Just wow. This is amazing, I love everything about it!
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  December 20, 2010
Excellent stuff. Insanely many details. Good and interressting presentation.
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  December 20, 2010
Congrats on getting blogged by the Brothers Brick! The use of grey and bley in the same creation gives it a neat, worn look. The level of detail is amazing. The upper level of the interior could be a little more greebly and futuristic-looking in my opinion, but this is a great build overall.
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  December 20, 2010
Man, this is so awesome. I love all these small details and clever techniques, you put in there. The different types of gray look like stained metal. That's a really cool effect.
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  December 19, 2010
Dude that is really awesome. I really like that you pt moving pictures on your stuff. It really gives the set more of a playability feeling, ya know what I'm saying?
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  December 19, 2010
Wow, I didn't think I'd ever make anything that would get more comments than REX, but I was wrong! I'm really flattered and thrilled at all the comments. Hopefully future MOCs will impress just as much.
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  December 19, 2010
This ship is magnificent. I tried to do something like that so many times but failed miserably every single time. Great work mate :)
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  December 19, 2010
Ummm, really no idea where to begin. The level of detail and mass of photography and storyline is just amazing. I take my hat off to you good sir. I need to poor over the details again.
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  December 18, 2010
ausome!!!!!
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  December 18, 2010
Holy moly! I really like all the playability you've managed to fit into it! Incredible work!
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  December 18, 2010
WOW!!!!! =)
Rags naRock
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Travis H
  December 17, 2010
Wow. Quit possibly the coolest, most thorough, and well done creation on MOCpages. From this I think you should build a minifig scale firefly class transport from the TV show Firefly and the movie Serenity. Now that, would undoubtably be the best creation on MOCpages.
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  December 17, 2010
Wow so cool. Can I plaese have the instructions(peter.zaika@lakesideschool.org). I love the fuel cells part.
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  December 17, 2010
Man, this thing is ugly. That said, I guess I'll have to rate it 5/5. You sure got it down! A cool lookin', ugly, but completely functional ship. There's enough details and abilities to make a parrot dizzy. I read the whole thing, and it was worth it. Besides, the fuel truck is cool.
  December 16, 2010
Now that is something to look at! I was wondering if can give me the booster instructions. If you can my e-mail is joelmedleylego@hotmail.com. Are you in a group though? I can't find the button where it say's if you are in a group or not; also try adding escape pods too (can I make those?). don't look on my page yet! I don't have pictures downloaded yet.
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  December 16, 2010
love it. i'll take 5
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  December 16, 2010
GREAT WORK!!!
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  December 16, 2010
This is..AHAHAHAHAHAHAWESOME!!!
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  December 16, 2010
That;s a lot of awesome stuffs. Nice details and functional stuffs.
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  December 14, 2010
Fantastic moc and very good presentation!
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  December 14, 2010
THIS IS THE COOLEST MOC EVER!!!
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  December 13, 2010
This is, by far, one of the coolest MOCs I've seen in some time! Very cool.
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  December 13, 2010
Took one look at the thumbnail and that was 5 smileys. Than the vids...that was just too much for me.
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  December 13, 2010
What can I say I Love it. All the detail it's roughness I just love it.
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  December 13, 2010
Nice creation,I need more channel veiws though.
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  December 13, 2010
To those that have asked, the 'videos' are animated gifs I made with stop-motion animation. Basically I took a picture, moved a part slightly, took another picture, etc. Then I used photoshop to compile the images together and make an animated gif. There are a few free gif-making programs out there you could use if you want to do the same thing. Also wow, I didn't expect so many people to comment. Thank you all very much!
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  December 13, 2010
WOW,this is pretty cool!!! You should try to make a shuttle version.
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  December 12, 2010
Ugly is the new beautiful don't you know! The amount of detail is stunning on all levels. I'd be happy to have one of these for myself. I also have a question. How did you post the video segments to your page? This is something I would like to learn how to do. Any help would be most appreciated.
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  December 12, 2010
Good l liked it 10/10
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  December 12, 2010
That is EPIC! The greebs are crazy, the detail is insane, and it's all so pretty!
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  December 12, 2010
It looks amazing!! =O
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  December 12, 2010
I think the best part of this MOC is the use of brown grey and blue grey to give it that lived in look. really cool. also i have never seen click joints used as hoses before also cool!
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  December 11, 2010
Very inspiring! I like the realistic-ness of it; it's very believable. Not only does it look awesome but best of all, it functions - and well! I love functionality! You've put a lot of thought, time, and effort into this. From the manual hydrolics to the extra storage, you must've thought of everything!
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  December 11, 2010
Beautiful ship!!!! 5/5
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  December 11, 2010
Cool concept, outstanding MOC and very playable! The GIFs were awesome too :)
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  December 10, 2010
Wow. This is easily one of the best large-scale spaceships I have ever seen. The waste tank is easy the best detail.
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  December 10, 2010
omg no words!!! amazing!!! i'm gonna look at the rest of your stuff.
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  December 10, 2010
Full of nice details.
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  December 10, 2010
honestly i would give compliments if i could, but i can't think of any that for something this great...sorray! XD
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  December 10, 2010
While I'm probably repeating what everyone else said, the level of detail here deserves a comment anyway. It's fantastic! The cabin looks great and you even added a fuel truck and a full load of cargo. And the video's of the moving parts are great aswell.
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  December 10, 2010
Wow nice ship, i love the look and flovor the ship has. The pictures are great, any tips, and i enjoyed this very much.
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  December 10, 2010
Wow.....I am really jealous right now.
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  December 10, 2010
so amasing =O your space ship is so big and he have some details and mecanism =) 50/5 grat job =D
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  December 10, 2010
wow. Not only have you built something amazing, you've also documented it incredibly well. brilliant photos, great descriptions, and GIFs to show moving parts. I'm in awe.
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  December 10, 2010
Quoting joel seow Very very nice. you thought of everything eh?
I tried to :)
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  December 10, 2010
Quoting nitrobenz 13G Second was that I would like to see a series 1 with the Lego airliner cockpit and fuselage roof (probly tons of work though...)
I actually thought that too as I was writing it, but it'll be awhile before I try it since I wanna do some other ideas now. Glad I wasn't the only one thinking that though!
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  December 10, 2010
Ugly? UGLY? I have to disagree! I think it's the complete oppo- well, maybe NOT the complete opposite- of ugly! Very well done! I WANT IT! Excuse my moment of madness...
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  December 10, 2010
Cool :)
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  December 10, 2010
Very very nice. you thought of everything eh?
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  December 10, 2010
Its an odd look that is very cool! I do not think I have seen a moc that is this highly detailed. Excellent creation!
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  December 10, 2010
Magnificient! The details, the story, everything is excellent! Congratulations!
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  December 10, 2010
Fantastic build, tons of great details and the gifs were a nice touch. Two thumbs way up!~H
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  December 10, 2010
I forgot to say Wow, Wow and Wow.
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  December 10, 2010
Love it. I aspire to have as many parts as this some day so i too can build something as massive.
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  December 10, 2010
UUUUUGGGGGLLLLLYYYYY -- But cool at the same time!
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  December 10, 2010
Excellent, I want one of this for Christmas.
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  December 10, 2010
THAT'S A PERFECT WORK !!!! AWESOME !!!
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  December 10, 2010
Awesome work!
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  December 10, 2010
Epic. This should be an official LEGO set. For at least the maximum price of the most expensive LEGO set that has a doubled price. The double is for it's awesomeness. Plus, they should add the humor from here onto the LEGO set box. X3
Rags naRock
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Sidewinder The Critic
  December 9, 2010
So this is what you do with your spare time? Beautiful work as usual Rags, the use of the thrusters was well placed, and I like how you didn't go and invent some new type of fuel source, you used what you "Had". Overall, great sturdy looking construction, I'd like someone try and pic that up :), beautiful work as usual, keep it up!
  December 9, 2010
WHA? i saw this and i was like "whoa... who has that many bricks and how the ***** do u build something like that"
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  December 9, 2010
Excellent build and a very believable backstory to go with it! I keep misreading the name as "Drilling Tusk". ;)
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  December 9, 2010
If you were selling these, I would buy one. Seriously. Then i would stick a ton of guns on it. Awesome build, details galore. LOVE IT!
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  December 9, 2010
Not only impressive detail, but also very thoroughly thought out too. Read everything and loved it! Two things that popped into my head: First, while I was reading, was that I could totally see this being used as a sort of post-apoc air-battlecruiser with that turret on the chin and some more around the outside. Second was that I would like to see a series 1 with the Lego airliner cockpit and fuselage roof (probly tons of work though...)
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  December 9, 2010
This is AMAZING. I so enjoyed scrolling down and looking at all of this! Don't even know where to begin with this comment really... the cockpit and living quarters are excellent. Love the props and the tail fin. The cargo hold is unreal. I'm working on an "Aliens" style apc right now... I'd really like to see it loaded up in your ship when it's done. Well done man. I bet you had a ball making this one.
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  December 9, 2010
Wow, this is one intricate build! Very well done!
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  December 9, 2010
Wow. The amount of details are what won me over. I really love the landing-gear. 5/5!
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  December 9, 2010
Fracking impressive piece of work here, Dude!
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  December 9, 2010
Quoting Metal Matt WOW!!! I'm speechless. This is an incredible ship. It has a very unique design/shape and its nicely detailed. I think that you achieved your goals.
I think I did too. It was fun to make something with a decent interior for once, and I learned enough to make me want to go bigger.
Quoting Jason Dominguez That's a monster! Looks very functional, and who says it doesn't look good? I happen to think it looks very good.
No! It can't look good! It has to be ugly! (shakes fist). Thanks again everyone, and don't be afraid to check out my other stuff if you liked this.
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  December 9, 2010
I can't thing of anything that I don't like. It's HUGE!!!
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  December 9, 2010
Dude this is totally AMAZING!!! How long did it take you??? Very well made and detailed!! Please join the I.F.N!!! If you do you can be a moderator maybe an admin! Please Join!!
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  December 9, 2010
That's a monster! Looks very functional, and who says it doesn't look good? I happen to think it looks very good.
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  December 9, 2010
WOW!!! I'm speechless. This is an incredible ship. It has a very unique design/shape and its nicely detailed. I think that you achieved your goals.
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  December 9, 2010
WOW,man that is huge!There are so many details,and it dosent look so bad to me...
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  December 9, 2010
Very impressive! There are so many great playable details included in this!
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  December 9, 2010
I always LOVE ships like this. It has the kind of set features I only dream of adding. I'd never be able to build something like this... Looks amazing!
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  December 9, 2010
Some lovely details on this one. I enjoyed the gifs.
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  December 9, 2010
lol, octan tank :)
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  December 9, 2010
This is really just a great build! Love all the features and the moving pictures are sweet!
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  December 9, 2010
I think im going to cry, that is sensational, a wonderfully designed MOC with all the great playability features that I love. Sensational work. :D
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  December 9, 2010
Definitely does not look pretty, but who needs pretty when it kicks arse? Amazing amount of detail and playability!
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  December 9, 2010
Great build, the functionality of the craft is awesome!
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  December 9, 2010
This is a work of sheer beauty. Everything about it is awesome. The playability factor here is tremendous (!), and the details about them are simply dazzling. Amazing.
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  December 9, 2010
Thanks for the comments guys. I've been fiddling with it for quite awhile and it's nice to finally be done. Hopefully I'll have something else new before too long!
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  December 9, 2010
Very nice, the moving pictures are great for showing the different features, do you mind telling me how to achieve those "moving" pictures ? (mail me at sebeus@hotmail.com)
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  December 9, 2010
Fantastic! I love all the interior space which most people tend to leave out of their mocs. It's good to see a non-military ship again. Great work! P.S. The animated gifs add a nice touch =).
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  December 9, 2010
Obviously a slow day on the 'Pages. This thing deserves a little more than 6 smilies. Great work on, well, everything I guess.
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  December 9, 2010
WAYYYYY beyond words! Incredible...Jens
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  December 9, 2010
Words cannot express it fully, but I will tell you this- Best Minifig Scale ship I have ever seen. Great Job! >Eric
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  December 9, 2010
Impressive work, congratulations. I love all the gadgets!
  December 9, 2010
wow very good keep up the work.
 
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