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The Flying Rhino
The Flying Rhino is owned and operated by Captain Danny Rafe. Danny began his career as the pilot of the Rusty Mustang (see my other MOCs) until a successful embezzlement and an unsuccessful mutiny left him unemployed. Feeling that he could be a better captain than his former employer, Danny got a ship and a crew of his own. It's about 40 inches long, 16 inches wide, 14 inches tall and made from over 7200 pieces. Please feel free to leave comments.
About this creation
THE OUTSIDE:
The Flying Rhino has 4 rotating energy cannons near the front of the ship and an energy turret on top.

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While the back is unarmed, it has additional armor.

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A view of the window to the upper engine room. The atmospheric engines are at the top and the space engines are at the bottom (both in red).

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For access to play in the engine room…

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… the back wall folds down.

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The energy turret on top, roof access hatch below that and two of the three escape pods tp the right (cylinders with white tops).

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The air intake for the atmospheric engines is on the right and the communications equipment on the left.

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Malcom Jefferies the pilot doing a last minute inspection of the starboard lift engine to his right. The escape pods are right above him.

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Alex Peterson Climbs to the top of the Flying Rhino via the access ladder on the port side. The port lift engine to the far left and the airlock outer door is to Alex’s left.

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The crew poses with the cargo door open.

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The double doors of the airlock.

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The cockpit and the command room both open up.

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To access the rest of the inside of the ship, the sides hinge open…

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… and the entire outer shell can be lifted off. The weight of it holds it down while the sides are held in place by magnets.

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THE INSIDE:

The inside is made of two floors: escape pod access, command room access, upper engine room, bunks and the restroom on the top while the lower engine room, airlock and cargo doors, cargo area, kitchen and the commons are on the bottom floor.

Top Floor:
Here’s a view of the top floor. From left to right; upper engine room, bunks, restroom, access to the command room.

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A look from the upper engine room toward the command room. The bunks and restroom are to the left while the environmental control panel is to the right.

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A look into the bunks and the restroom. There is a closet (with functioning doors) at the far left of the six bunks and the restroom is equipped with a toilet, shower, mirror and sink.

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Environmental control panel to the right, ramp leading downstairs below and Captain Danny Rafe washing his hands in the restroom.

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The upper engine room with a crane to lift heavy items upstairs (more on that farther down the page).

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With the outer shell on.

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A top view of the crane. It can move to any place in the opening down to the cargo area.

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And lift cargo up to the second floor.

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A view from the cargo area towards the front of the ship. The kitchen is on the left while a couple of tables are on the right. The blue window behind the ramp leading upstairs is the only window in the commons area.

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A view through the cargo door towards the lower engine room and some of the cargo.

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More cargo through the cargo door.

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From left to right; lower engine room, cargo area and the lounge table with the cargo and airlock doors in the background. Is that blue crate upside-down? I hope it’s not fragile.

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A view of the cargo with the kitchen in the background. Looks like someone put the blue box the right way.

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Moving forward is a view of the commons with the kitchen and the blue window in the background.

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Here’s the kitchen area. From left to right; Airlock door, counter and shelf, sink, stovetop, refrigerator, oven and a trash can.

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Here’s both floors for the front part of the ship with the outer shell off…

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…and here it is with the outer-shell on. Notice the LEDs that light up each room. There are 8 LEDs in this ship; 1 in each engine room, 1 in the bunks, 1 in the restroom and 4 across the cargo, kitchen and commons area.

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The proud crew of the Flying Rhino. From left to right: Alexander Peterson Jr. (misc chores), Alexander Peterson Sr. (hired gun), Captain Danny Rafe, Elena Rodriguez (hired gun), Malcom Jefferies (pilot) and Emily Jacobs (engineer).

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May she fly true and bring lots of profits.



Comments

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  October 24, 2013
wow! Great ship, i wish i had half your creativity. *thumbs up!*
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  May 8, 2013
Shiny! Sort of reminds me of Serenity in a way, but great build!
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  May 8, 2013
excellent build!
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  January 13, 2013
awesome work i love the inside
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  October 28, 2012
awesome ..its very nice work you must get 100/5
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  July 18, 2012
I want to see more like this! You should join the MOC crazy group(my group).
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  July 12, 2012
Thanks so much for the really kind words on my cockpit. My apologies for the long delay. In fact, your remark made me think about creating a small cockpit design tutorial, but I never got around to doing it. I believe it is important for cockpits to go beyond "many levers, many screens", to the point where the layout implies some kind of meaning in its elements. Consider helicopters, for example: there are pedals, central stick, collector, instrument board, and overhead switches. If that is literally crammed into a cockpit with one small element each, by let's say one 1x2 printed tile for the instrument board, one 1x2 printed tile for overhead switches, one lever for the right hand and a different lever for the left hand, that should work well. (I should probably try that.) In this particular instance, I wanted to locate the seats inside the bubble and keep them as visible and exposed as possible. That basically forced most of the layout and design. There just couldn't be too many elements directly around the pilots, and led to most elements being arranged in a central console. As cockpit for the Rhino (great build by the way), you're facing a difficult task. For such a large ship, a side-by-side two-seat cockpit is almost a must. A single-seater might work, especially because the Rhino's practically "cranes" so far out. To me, that suggests that the cockpit is so far away from the bulk of the ship to give the pilot a good view during landing. Maybe lift the pilot's seat up a bit and keep any dashboards/displays really low so the pilot can see down during landing. Since that already leaves your pilot in a lot of open space, maybe try something unconventional, by offsetting the pilot position to one side? The captain might then be able to walk up to the pilot, put one hand on the seat, and discuss landing approaches (see opening of "Serenity", a movie you no doubt know. ;)
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  May 25, 2012
Apologies that I'm so slow to check my comments (only a year late LOL). Thanks for your comments on my UCS Snowspeeder mods, and I followed your link to this creation and have to say I am very impressed. Interior space is always the most fun to work with, and your design has maximized it. Love the little details inside and out. Some may call it "boxy," but I think your clever use of angles keeps that from being too much of a problem (Besides, you account for this by calling it the "Flying Rhino". I used to love building ships with spacious interiors like this...definitely fun, and I have to say that yours is completely original - looks like no other ship I've ever seen, LEGO or otherwise. Great work!
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  May 14, 2012
You got a lot of detail and it looks great. The only suggestion I can even think to give is add some more defining features to the hull. It's kind of on the boxy side. If you can give some defining features like you have on the front "neck" and nose then I think it will add some additional character to the character it already has.
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  May 12, 2012
Very nicely done, I love the detail.
  February 22, 2012
Thanks for the kind words on the Rameses. I agree with much of the praise of previous posters. The thing leaving me dissatisfied here is the unresolved promise of complex molded form presented in the cockpit section, and the functional and greebled but geometrically less interesting extrusion of the main body. That said, I think the ponderous, bulky look is very successful here, and going forward I'd hope you maintain that if you choose to resculpt the body. And all the playability is really, really charming :D
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  February 1, 2012
I honestly am quite surprised at the amount of detail in this! Multiple levels, minifigure scale, and so many working features! I would not have the patience to perform a build like this. Following your comment on my latest moc, I would like to say thank you for the kind words. Following the request for advice on mini-building, it's actually quite simple, but it helps to have an eye for detail. Don't limit yourself on just a few parts; sometimes the most unorthodox methods of building look good, as in my usage of minifig arms on my mini models. One piece of advice I can give you is be patient; it can take a long time to make something the way you want it, some of my mini-ships I have built have taken me a few days to build. It all takes time. Use as many never-before-seen methods that you can think of, make them look good, and build a nice, clean, interesting design. Hope that helps! If you need any more, contact me again or ask someone else, they are most likely to have more experience doing this than me! - KP
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  January 28, 2012
Ryan - thanks for your kind comments on my Comet, appreciated! Not sure where to start with this one, I've rarely seen a MOC with so much detail and playability packed into it - outstanding! The shape is good, and certainly befits the name - its a beast! I like the cockpit angle, not something I've tried before, so found that very interesting. Loving all the detail, the airlocks, the crane - it goes on. If I were quite a few years younger, I think it would be quite difficult to drag me away from this. Well done!
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  December 18, 2011
I notice how you asked Mark Stafford for advice. the only advice i can give you, is replace the yellow technic beams with black ones. this moc is an absolute masterpiece
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  December 9, 2011
That thing is a beast! I love how the interior has that open feeling and still be crammed with detail everwhere you look. Also loving the Serenity vibe you get from it. The working crane is a very good touch too. I might have to think up of something like that when I get my Surosuub out of storage and put back together. That has a working elevator but it needs to be slimmed down so it dowes not take up alot of space. Enjoy your flights in that!!
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  December 6, 2011
Hi Ryan. Thanks for Your nice comment on my starship The RammCore. You asked me for some advice on Your ship and future ideas. I think the ship looks great, it haves a lot of functions, interior and options to play. It looks like a rhino in shape wich I like, taking a animal shape to create a ship is a great idea. I also see a lot of inspiration from the SW sets when it comes to use parts. One thing I'm missing here is a detailed underside and more attention to the engines. I looks a bit bulky at the sides but hey that's what a rhino looks like:-) My latest ship is build from a technic frame and gives way more options to create shape. I also get inspiration from other great builders here, learning detail methods and use of parts. My favourite builder is Daniel Jassim. He has made some outstaning ships for minifigs, and is a important tutor to me. Check him out. You are allways welcome to ask me for advice in the future:-) Soren.
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  November 28, 2011
Nice flying rig you got there. The interior is well-detailed, as well. ~Ryan
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  November 28, 2011
I really love the interiors; they remind me of those low-budget, eighties sci-fi movies I love so much! The hull is a bit bulky - oddly reminiscent of Red Dwarf now I'm thinking of eighties sci-fi - but is very well built. I have to say though, I did laugh at it the first few minutes - sorry - but why rhino? It's a willy! And Danny Rafe knows it too, that's why he has that pained smile on his face... Heheh Good job!
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  November 23, 2011
Wow! The amount of detail you've packed into this thing is incrediable. I really like the use of the old space police windows as the engine and overall, it's very greeble-y. It lends it's self well to a group of rag-tag space adventurers, much slong the same lines as the Serenity or the Millenium Falcon. Great scale too. The only advice I can give is that maybe you should add some tiles. The smooth surfaces will make your exterior details reall pop.
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  November 16, 2011
This thing is a beast, excellent work, you haven't left anything out, I love all the different interiors. Thanks for your comments, for techniques I learned a lot from Flickr, take a look at the group "Lego Techniques", also other builders like Nnenn, Daswenten, Adrian Floreau, Legohaulic to name but a few...
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  November 16, 2011
This thing is a beast, excellent work, you haven't left anything out, I love all the different interiors. Thanks for your comments, for techniques I learned a lot from Flickr, take a look at the group "Lego Techniques", also other builders like Nnenn, Daswenten, Adrian Floreau, Legohaulic to name but a few...
Ryan Scott
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Okami Zetsumei
  October 23, 2011
The detail is incredible, where on earth did you find so many pieces?
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  October 15, 2011
Very cool - as others noted, I dig the Serenity vibe. I like how you built it with access to the interior in mind. I'm a sucker for interior detailing and 'playability'.
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  October 14, 2011
Woah. I don't know how you did that, but it's AWESOME!
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  October 14, 2011
Nah man, apart from personal preferences in build styles this is way too epic for to give any constructive feedback. Though I am curious in how long it took? My most recent took about 2 months and this has so much more detail, though I strongly suspect it took much less time. Very well done, I'm speechless!
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  October 14, 2011
Haha, you so don't need my expert opinion on this, but I'm very glad you pointed it out for me, let me take a few minutes to get a better look and If I can come up with anything nitpicky, I'll write an additional post. Thanks!
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  October 12, 2011
Wow, nice design. And the functionaly is very good. You had a lot of small usefull gimmicks in your ship. The interior looks great to play with. The best is, you can open the hole ship for the minifigs. Great work.
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  October 4, 2011
Wow! People who usually ask me to look at their MOCs are the ones with horrible photography, and not so good MOCs. Your photography needs some work (I can mail you some tips if you want), but your building style sure is awesome. I like this ship very much. It's bulky, very original and the backstory is excellent. Now, you have asked me to comment on the 'cluttered' look. It doesn't leaves that kind of impression on me. I'm a big fan of both greebles and SNOT, and although togerther they can create troubles, I think you pulled it off in a very nice way. How ever, those big tiles on the hull make some other things (like the front curves), including the angles of the hull look out of the place. The ship sure looks better this way, but I think many people prefer smooth, curved surfaces. I guess you have a same problem like me: lack of curved slopes. I really like the front part of the ship, especially thecirves behind cockpit. Anyway, excellent job!
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  October 4, 2011
Wow! I just came over here after reading your comment on my new water technique. This is truly an awesome creation. So incredibly detailed inside and out and so many creative and novel uses of unusual parts with none of them seemingly out of place. I love that it is minifig scale too! You've got more photos than any other MOC I've seen and each and every one of them is necessary to show off all the details. I need to study this MOC and try to figure out some of your methods to make interesting angles and shapes. I'd rate it a 6 if I could!
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  September 30, 2011
Awesome interior, and exterior greeblies.
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  September 30, 2011
With no wings that thing would drop out of the sky upon re-entry! Kidding. Very unique design, great work!
  September 14, 2011
Amazing Work Man! Can someone please post tips or send them by email to MichaelJozajtis@gmail.com on how to build starwars minifig scale capital ships. Thanks!!
Ryan Scott
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SISE .
  September 12, 2011
That's huge and impressive. Very detailed, nice work.
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  July 8, 2011
awesome! i love it so much
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  July 8, 2011
dude that made me blow up into a skadilikilion pieces and break apart every lego thing i ever built, then get into a space ship and fly to the moon scream till my vocal chords ripped, come back to earth, build a shrine to the flying rhino and AW MAN THAT WAS AWESOME!!!!!
Ryan Scott
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dominick zola
  June 21, 2011
Im not a huge fan of LARGE bodied spacecraft BUT! I think this one is fantastic! I am actually hoping to try and build something like it :D
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  June 4, 2011
A daring project where you did a very good job at! I always think it is nice to see a spaceship with great exterior AND interior design. Only minor detail in my honest opinion is that I like both the slender front and big aft section, but that they are hard to combine for one MOC. The whole build is totally awesome though and you have a nice touch for details. This shows in the perfectly designed outside ladders. So overall definetely 5/5. Ow and thanks for your comment on my MOC! :)
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  June 2, 2011
u blow my head
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  June 1, 2011
Excellent design, compact, easy-to-play, modular, I don´t know what more to say! I like your starship. Congratulations!
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  May 26, 2011
It's absolutely massive! All of the detail is stunning and I am really impressed by the amount of work you put into this and took the time to make the little things most would miss detailed and functional. All I can say is WOW!
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  May 12, 2011
Wow. If you're asking whether you've got the living amenities or not, I think you've basically got all of them. I really dig the scale of this ship, I'm a sucker for big ol' clunkers. And the interior crane's a winner. If there's anything I'd suggest to improve this baby, perhaps it'd be to make more efficient and utilitarian use of the inside space. A lot of the interior is open space and flooring that I feel could be more usefully occuppied by additional storage lockers, storage bays, the ship's engine/electronic/other hardware, etc. Compact the size of the living spaces like the kitchen and bunks as well as the walkways so that they don't sprawl for such a proportion of the interior. And while I won't complain about the ship's odd profile, I will say that perhaps the engine exhausts could be integrated more naturally rather than being some transparent bricks or jet turbines stuck onto the back. Having a substantial engine section seems important for a hauler this large.
Ryan Scott
Mandalore The Ultimate
  May 9, 2011
You built this and your asking me? I like where the exterior of the ship is going, but it might have to work on me a little. The interior is everything I have always wanted to achieve in something like this. Excellent work!
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  May 6, 2011
Inspiring build! Lots of great details and nice interior. But most of all I like the exterior detail and the main design. The shot with Malcom Jefferies adjusting the engines is your best. It gives great scale and highlights good details. Great moc with a very good presentation.
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  May 5, 2011
Well, you told me to provide criticism, so here it goes: As far as the balance you mentioned on my MOC, I think your issue here was too much of a contrast between detailed parts and smooth parts. If you look at mine, it is a fairly consistent level of greebling, and thats what you must do! Its not always about how MUCH greebling you do, its how well you keep it consistent throughout the MOC. Other than that though this is a VERY good MOC and very large and obviously took some skill to do!
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  May 5, 2011
This is awesome! I can't imagine why you would want tips from ME of all people, but as far as I can tell here goes: 1 - studs + cool, 2 good pictures = better comments, choosing carefully "opening picture" = more comments. As how to improve building skills, just check the other people's stuff and keep at it. Though you already build better than me (all those angled plates and the off-angle bridge are beyond me), you just need a bit of refining.
Ryan Scott
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Spencer Livanec
  May 4, 2011
Thats just amazing. I love all the detail and especially the design of the cocpit. excellent job.
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  May 4, 2011
Wow, man! This thing is MASSIVE! I love the design, especially the "rino" shaped front/cockpit. There are way too many awesome details to even comment on (which is a good thing). I'll just say that this is an amazing ship and I can't wait to see more from you!
  May 4, 2011
Wow that’s great, the first time I saw this Ship (which was like the day you posted it) I said “hey that look like my ship, he copied me.” As I looked closer however I could tell that although certain aspects are very similar IE the color scheme and building style, yours was definitely built from the ground up as its own design. That being said this SHIP is great! It has a very different feel than mine, yours reminds me of serenity (I know every one says that usual because its a freighter, but the interior of your ship is what reminds me of serenity the most) I personally wish I had thought ahead and built my internal frame like yours, which allows for easy access to all decks and makes your ship much lighter. Mine, believe it or not, has an internal frame built solidly out of 2x4 bricks,which makes removing the roof the only way to view the decks and causes the ship to weigh a ton. So basicly with the unique name, design, description, and interior (which most SHIPs leave out) this is one of my favorite SHIPs on MocPages.-----Ps. On a note of constructive criticism, which should in no way detract from the awesomeness of your creation, I would have liked to see bigger engines, but perhaps that's just me. I would however like to thank you for sending me that message, without which I would never have known that the same person who commented on my ship built The Flying Rhino.
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  April 28, 2011
I was going to ask if I could use some techniques and ideas from this creation... BUT, I just realized that I don't have enough pieces... Oh, well!, anyway great MOC! P.S. Thanks for commenting on my creation.
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  April 21, 2011
Yeah! First estonished by its orginal design! I think I now prefer this one than your Rusty Mustang!(probaily the symetrical design) Le level of details is impressive! And you have done what I should have made myself on my Titan; to put some lightening system! It love the creaw room and the bunk beds, just like my vaissel! It's the kind of MOC I prefer: great vaissels, big ships, whatever they evoluate in space, under, or over the see! Congrats sir! ;-)
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  April 11, 2011
fantastic ship..:)...great job with all the interior details
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  April 1, 2011
Quoting Matthew Bayes This is amazing! How long did it take you to make this?
I worked on it off and on for about 4 months. I have a large family and more hobbies than anyone should so I never get the change to work on any one project for more than an hour or two at a time.
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  April 1, 2011
This is amazing! How long did it take you to make this?
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  March 31, 2011
Quoting 17 - Chief Andreas L. Awesome interior, lighting, playable! I would move in immediatly. Great work!!!
I have an opening for a hired gun if you're interested. We, ummn.. lost our last one.
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  March 31, 2011
Awesome interior, lighting, playable! I would move in immediatly. Great work!!!
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  March 22, 2011
A bit clunky looking, but has a Serenity vibe to it which I'm lovin. If you've seen the series Fire Fly you know what I mean. And if you haven't make shire you do. None the less, great job!
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  March 15, 2011
Very nice build, great attention to detail, it's good to see the needs of the crew looked after, many people forget about things like kitchens and toilets in their builds.
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  March 9, 2011
This thing is huuuuuge! It has lots of detail and stuff! I'm really amazed, great work! Is this thing from Star wars or just some storyline you made up? By the way if you're also interested in lego transformers check out mine too!
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  March 9, 2011
AMAZING- huge and still detailed awesome ship :D .... where are those big plates with no studs from?
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  March 9, 2011
Lots of detail, lots of thought put in, great MOC!
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  March 6, 2011
Pretty cool! I like all the rooms and floors but the shape kind of disturbs the look.
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  March 2, 2011
Cool! That is really, big. The shape isn't my favorite, though. It's long neck makes it look pretty vulnerable.
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  March 1, 2011
Very nice i really enjoy the out side, details and shape, the interior needs a little some thing, IDK though. But good job.
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  March 1, 2011
Great shaping, and some really good interiors. And I appreciate how well documented it all is.
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  March 1, 2011
A wee bit blocky. but hey ,its a freighter. awesome work.
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  February 28, 2011
So epic, and that last picture is prime!
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  February 28, 2011
which one is impersonating wash?
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  February 28, 2011
I agree with barto and jack... it reminds me of Serenity
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  February 28, 2011
I think this is a definite improvement over your previous vessel. The exterior details flow together nicely, and there's tons of room inside for creature comforts and utility. The overhead crane is a perfect addition as well. I especially like how the profile looks like a rhinoceros.
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  February 28, 2011
This is a magnificent vessel. It reminds me of a Cilian bulkfreighter that I comandeered during a botched sabotage mission on the 3rd moon of Rishi in the Joburon Nebula during the laborlaw rebelion of 2192. Well paint me speckled like the 4th dermus layer of a quaritant insilio krant! I love this design. I would like to order a life size model. I can offer you more credits than a Garthforian's has exterior antena during the moon of husk on the 8th solstace. Please contact me and we will seal the deal over a pint of hyrustithian ale.
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  February 28, 2011
Well done. I like the cutaway style. I'd like to make a ship like this to use in conjunction with my latest moc - an aliens style ground vehicle. Kind of a drop ship sort of deal.
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  February 28, 2011
This is just plain EPIC!!!!!
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  February 28, 2011
Excellent job, the shaping is brilliant and the details are great!
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  February 28, 2011
Whoa! Amazing! Excellent work!
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  February 28, 2011
Very good and all, but you could have done better job with the name, it just makes the whole thing look a bit more meh.
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  February 28, 2011
I'm loving this one, oh yes I am! I really should save up a load of cash and buy some more pieces to build something like this. Very inspirational.
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  February 28, 2011
Thank you all for the kind words. Regarding the durability of it. The base is solid. It's a layer of large black plates, covered in a solid layer of black bricks, then covered in a layer of black plates which is then covered in the various colored floor pieces. It can be lifted by one hand in the middle without bending or breaking though it is a bit heavy. @Steef, I took your advice that you posted on the Rusty Mustang MOC of mine. Thanks!
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  February 28, 2011
This is the sort of thing that I really love. A fabulous shape, and just when you think you're done watching the outside, the view turns inside to review all of the thought and detail you put into this. Maybe it's funny to you, but the things I like best about this is the ladder on the outside and the ramp on the inside. This really makes me appreciate how you thought things through. Plus, they make for excellent details.
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  February 28, 2011
Nicely done!
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  February 28, 2011
This thing is amazing! I really like all the details, both outside the ship in the airlock, engines, windows, greebles and colors and inside in all the rooms, lights, and features each room has. The playability on this thing is awesome! Just wondering but how sturdy is it?
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  February 28, 2011
This is amazing! I love the playability and the outside! The whole thing is a work of art! Great job!
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  February 28, 2011
Massive! Reminds me of Firefly. Great work!
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  February 28, 2011
RHOOOOO !!!!! Massive, square, greebler,the cokpit.... rhoooo the cokpit !!!!! Excellent !!! really excellent !!!! I think it miss someone..... The Alien.
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  February 28, 2011
Excellent. Remind me on Serenity from Firefly.
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  February 28, 2011
WOW this is a excellent build. I love the fact that first the ship can open up and that there is a whole playability factor and second all the attentionyou gave to the details in the ship. I mean it's all really excellent.
 
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