LegoSpacy Inc. has unveiled it's newest addition to the line, the Stinger. It chassis is based on the Cosmic Cruiser. Unlike it's modular predecessor, it has an integrated body. It made up for this through it's offensive capabilities. It armed with a multi-cannon. It's a combination weapon of a particle beam emitter, laser and depleted transuranic rounds.
About this creation
Side view. The multi-cannon is quite hidden if seen above but unmistakable in this shot.
Back view. The engine has three thrusters with one being the main booster. The engine is very robust and adjusted to meet the new demands for this class.
Top view. The other two thrusters can be seen clearly. It helps in the maneuverability of the Stinger.
Front profile. It has a sleeker and longer design as compared to it's predecessor.
The green-tipped prongs at the nose of the ship serves as the electromagnetic shield generator for the ship to navigate space unscathed by microparticles. Its a Parrington L.-Type design.
With it's cockpit closed and ready for take-off.
Another view with the canopy closed.
Very cool looking ship. I do believe, though, that you would probably get more reviews if you brought some of these excellent creations into the real world. We all love seeing the real thing! Just a thought.
Thanks cyberfrank 2010!About the parts, I only used the parts from the Cosmic Cruiser exclusively. Nothing was changed except for the for wings and roof assembly. The original parts used in that set does not exist in the LDD (ver.4)parts inventory. I have to resort in finding the closest match available.
i have most of those parts, and i like this ship s style, it s inspiring! if i ever produce a fighter ship, and it s quite possible, as i have none yet, it will look close to this! great work on the design!