Called 'The Fragile' as I had a heck of a time getting the main body pieces to hold together.
Heavily armed for either air to air, air to ground, or space combat. It also doubles as a survey/tactacle support due to all the 'scientific thingies' located on top. It also carries a cloaking device and is a VTOL vehicle.
Since these pictures were taken, I have re-greebled the top as I wasn't too happy with the initial version. I'm also not that happy with the wing shape, but I'm all out of grey parts. Overall though, I really like this one.
About this creation
Re-uploaded pics that were lost from a server crash a long time ago. hope it all works out this time.
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Very aggressive geometry. Like a bird of prey. I especially like the engine configuration on the back. Nice crew compartment as well. I would reduce the number of "Scientific thingies" on the back and try to capture a cleaner sleeker profile. It's a killer though. Make no mistake. Attack!
April 21, 2011
You deserve more comments on this ship, it is a representation of armament.
Ps: Don't forget about the Metal Legion contest.
Quoting Hans DendauwNPD
Great shaping on this, even if it is a bit fragile. .~H
I've been lurking on here for about a year or so. I just finally got around to posting. Thanks for the advice on the picture taking too! My wife however is laughing at me now for actually taking pictures and posting them. She just doesn't understand! So I think I'll never get around to setting up my own studio. But maybe I'll try your suggestion.
Great shaping on this, even if it is a bit fragile. From the date on your uploads it would appear that you are new to the community, so welcome aboard! If I might offer you a bit of advice on your photography, I recommend a large piece of construction board to use as a backdrop. It's super cheap (less than $3), will give it a solid background and also helps reflect the light onto the MOC. It's a simple way to enhance your presentation and keep the focus on your build. I look forward to seeing what you bring in the future.~H