Okay, while I'm doing these shots let's do a color count;
-White (of course)
Wait, where's the yellow?
Oh yeah, the minifig's face. See, I kept it STRICTLY six colors.
In addition to the large main thrust turbine, there are two side turbines that aid in maneuvering.
That crate fits right into the side. Please note - I also built the other side so it looks exactly the same. Perfect for smuggling.
The bow gave this submarine its name, as it closely resembles the profile of the Goblin Shark. However, all you marine buffs will be quick to point out that the actual shark doesn't have underwater minigun barrels poking out of the mouth. That almost got the sub named "The Goblin Shark Submarine With A Cigar" but that seemed way too long.
The streamlined periscope.
And now, to the high seas! (Or low seas. It is a submarine.)
Quoting Legofreak2444 ~
Nice! Though is trans-grey (the window) considered one of the colors? BTW, hi from Colorado Springs! ;)
Good catch. I think that, under the circumstances, the windshield falls under the dark grey catagory. However, if it's a problem, there are modifications that I can make to remove the blue and make trans-grey the sixth color. BTW, have fun!