When you have precious cargo which needs to be taken from one war zone or danger zone to another and the sky or land is unusable then use ZED CORP'S band new invention-the Turtle submarine..
About this creation
The Turtle uses state of the art technology,the unique flipper design comes partly from This and the idea of a submarine from This.
the flippers are used to steer the sub threw fast underwater torrents,whirlpools and against or with currents and tides.
this is primarily a cargo vessel but can be used as a troop carrier,
it rotates 360o and vertically
the torpedo tube,the sub is actually very lightly armed,but heavily armoured
the cockpit for when submerged,this is located at the head
the conning tower,we wanted this to be kept small to preserve the Turtle image
the flag,to signify its a trade fleet ship,this time in built into the wall
the Turtles Tail
the secondary emergency cockpit,in case of reversing or attack,so you cant 'cut the head of the snake"
the rudder and propeller
whop says that submarines cant gather algi!
the cargo hold is filled via a hatch at the top
the hatch open,showing the hold
and another angle
the hold,full with a container,chests,technology,hardware and other stuff,
the Quartermaster is where a specialist works and keeps track of all the incoming cargo,and makes\ sure its all safely stored
the conning tower inside,you can see my sailor put to work
the inside of the torpedo hutches,the white stuff are the tubes and their are spare torpedoes stored on the wall,Because all available space goes to cargo.
and the ballast tanks
Please Note,i am a amateur at submarine building i would like advice on how to build a new one or upgrade this one,an mistakes and because of lack of experience and the lack of detail because i am terrible at interiors.
I had your page open at school and my students saw it and were impressed by your work. You added a lot of playability which I appreciate. Now it's time to start thinking about design meshing with function. If you want to make it resemble a turtle, take a look at some turtles REALLY closely and see if you can mimic the shapes and intricate details; it will add a new level of realism to your creation. Remember, the first solution you come up with is often not the best. Evaluate and revise as you build. Experiment with different techniques and continuously strive to improve.
No offence, but I find your propulsion system a bit small for that armoured sub!
Maybe you could have a bigger proppeler.
For information, here are my Titan's ones:
On Lego Pick a brick:(in french sorry)
Par couleur: Silver metallic
Par catégorie: Transportation Means, Ships
Par Element ID: 4612827
Par Design ID: 87751
Prix: 0,44 EUR
Not to change the flow of positive comments, i say: it is very good! nice shape ideas. and it is very good that you decided to purpose it for one thing.
now, i apologize, but brace urself (cuz u asked 4 advice, and i dont wont to sound mean)
u need and engine, man! and algae is spelled
a-l-g-a-e. haha, good work tho. and its corps's :) nice work tho. looks gooood.
Quoting Caleb S.
Good, I can see you are getting better. The sub could use some more "curves" to it. manly on the edge of the sub.(picture-3) the sub just looks a little too blocky not all that natural.
yeah i know it looks to blocky but i don't know how to make it less blocky and circular,other then using special pieces which i don't have
Good, I can see you are getting better. The sub could use some more "curves" to it. manly on the edge of the sub.(picture-3) the sub just looks a little too blocky not all that natural. other then that the sub looks good. P.S. the inside doesn't look too bad.
I've forgotten to say good efforts in the shaping, though I would advice you a little bit more round, and sleeker or a little bit more round on the top hull. Zed corp product are quality products, without any doubt!
Hi Zack! So how is the jellyfish? No, I'm just kidding! ^^
I can really feel your improvment on that build, your will to do something cool and the efforts you made, particularly for the interior(that's a point you've really improved, quite lots of cool details in that "small" surface!!!). I love the idea of a dual wheelhouse! Hihi, nice idea for the algi at the bottom of the hull but I think you could maybe make it more "round", more "biologic": look under my hull if you don't see what I mean... I would love the top hull to be sleeker... So if you've got the appropriate bricks... I love that creation, and moreover, I like to have a little bit inspired you. Thanks for the link to Titan into your MOC! great idea Zac!
Cool idea, I can tell you put a lot of work into this. As for ways to improve; you're already on the right track, keep looking at other people's work and getting inspired to build stuff like this and you'll naturally get better.
i love the concept of the turtle! some of the best designs often come from natural elements! i also love the color! blue s my fav! great interior design too! great idea for the top window! i d add some details underneath though!
because most crafts i ve seen in that type are also detailed underneath, not much work to do for a perfect result!