After a break from sci-fi I have returned with a simple 'ship' trying out a few new techniques such as the sideways cockpit and new tail fin to name a few.
About this creation
The Space Fish (so named due to its 'fish' like look) was made by the Apollo sector moon shipyards as a light Freight transporter, armed with light weapons to fend off any attack until the space police arrive. The cockpit it self has room for two crew members (sown here with one) and cargo space for 4 'space crates' in the central hold.
The Space fish in the darkness of space.
This craft does have landing gear (shown here in the storage position on the bottom of the craft)
The two Electrolytic pulse thrusters capable of pushing this craft to abnormal speeds!
Inside the Cockpit is the ships computer system and flight controls.
Quoting Tim C
Sweet build. I like the double canopy, reminds me a bit of Jon B's Orange Comet. I recommend checking that out if you haven't seen it yet. I love the overall shaping and the thrusters. Well done.
I really like the sideways cockpit. The landing gear is also quite nice, and I like the hints of yellow. I also love the shape.
The tail could improve though. I'd prefer to see some slope parts instead of a homemade tail, as it makes it less blocky and more realistic. The background is pretty good, but the creases in it take away from it. I'd recommend to just set the MOC against a wall with a large white piece of paper with no creases resting behind it, somewhat curved so that it sets on the wall and the ground. This will produce a smoother background. Another idea (if possible) is to take photos on a white table.
Overall, nice job.
I love the shape and idea of this! The way you used snot is incredible. I find it hard to pull a thing like that off. I would suggest trying to find good colors to go with it. I, personally, think that you shouldn't use white in any mechanical MOCs mainly because it just kinda ruins that affect of making it a machine. Overall, this is a great build!