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Vic Viper Model MNG-1985 Beta
The Vic Viper...a revolutionary fighter for the future.
About this creation
Hello, and welcome to the GAEA Federation Proving Grounds. We are in a top secret location and you have to get through several checkpoints and you have to be vetted out (because we do not want the competition or rogue empires getting their hands on this technology) before you step even one foot on to this location. At any rate, ladies and gentlemen, feast your eyes on the MNG-1985 Beta, code named "Vic Viper!"



The classic (or we hope that it is a classic shot, anyway) side profile shot of the galaxy-famous Vic Viper.



This is the reason why the numerous forces of the Bacterion Empire dreads getting out of bed each morning, well, at least one main reason for that, anyway.



Here is a nice and menacing isometric view of the Vic Viper We really like this shot.



Here is a shot of the Vic Viper from the other side.



Here is a close-up of the front of the Vic Viper.



Whoa, who do we have here? Ladies and gentlemen, please give a round of applause to our ace pilot John Marshall! He has been gracious enough to pilot our new fighter for us and...
Pilot John Marshall : Do I get paid for doing this gig?
Yes, John, yes you do, and handsomely, might I add.
Pilot John Marshall: Well, as long as I can get some money and go to O'Malley's and find a hot lady in a nightclub, I am thinking of that new place that just opened up, that new nightclub called Caligula, and...
Okay then, moving on...



Here is the money shot of our sophisticated computerized flight and life support system for our pilot. Seriously, we put a lot of money into making a control center for our pilot as complex and as cool looking as this one and we also did not skimp out with our pilot having a comfortable seat to be flying in, either, for this one is made out of durable, genuine, imatation naugahyde leather (and yes, it also comes in many forms of plaid, too).



Ah, here is the underbelly of the beast.



However, like the annoying infomercials that are on the HoloNet say, "But wait, there's more!" Seriously, we included this little bit of a surprise for an enemy. Let us just saying that this is how we give our Christmas gifts to the Bacterion Empire.



Here is another side shot of the Vic Viper. It just looked cool and we decided to include it anyway. Also, if you have noticed there is something that is blue that is on the nose cone of the cockpit of the Vic Viper and that blue thingy is known as a Force Field. This device can either generate a Force Field that can also double as a bettering ram or it can also as a Shield that can cover the entire ship. We are also working on several other armaments to this particular craft, including numerous types of Speed Boosts, Lasers, Napalm Missiles, Heat-Seeking Missiles, Numerous Directional Missiles, Boomerang-Type Weapons, Multi-Directional Shots for the Regular guns (also known as Shots) on the vessel, numerous other little goodies, and something else that, for reasons that are completely unknown to us, is only known as Code Name: Option. Sadly, the majority of these things are in the development phase and the MNG-1985 Vic Viper is only in its Beta form, so we can not show you the other wonderful toys that we have in store for you yet.



Here is a rear shot of the Vic Viper. It is a cheap excuse for us to shamelessly plug our company logo.



Here is a close-up of our revolutionary Triton-class triple engine system. It has the fastest ionic processor system that has ever been developed and it also roasts a whole bag of marshmallows in a nanosecond. How about some hot dogs, too?



You just have to end a session like this one with the classic fighter pilot outside of the Vic Viper and their helmet on top of the fighter and a space pistol in their hand and...
Pilot John Marshall: Get off of my lawn, you meddling kids and take your dog with you, too!
Um, John, we are in a test field and there is no lawn or dog or meddling kids. We are in the middle of nowhere.
Pilot John Marshall: Oh, right, okay. I guess I need my coffee. I tend to get a bit cranky without it, let alone the good kind.

(Editor's Note: "Where has Jesse been?" "What's he doing?" Why hasn't he built LEGO in ages?" Well, the answers to your questions are simple and that is I haven't been online to use MOC Pages to be able to build things, someone else has been using this computer more often than me, I've been online to mostly try to find a job, I've been reading books, and I've been playing half a dozen video games (most notably Batman: Arkham City, Uncharted 3: Drake's Fortune, and World Series of Poker, along with a few other RPGs) when I haven't been job hunting. However, now that I have a digital camera again, I'd like to add some more things on here to keep from appearing like a comment troll...not that a person shouldn't be able to comment on here, anyway. I hope that you like my new build. It's also the first time that I've tried to go for not only a new wing technique, well, new for me, but not so much for the rest of you, that I've built a Vic Viper, that I've added as many greebling details as I have to a MOC of my own design, that I've done a flip-out missile launching pad of this type, that I've built an engine for one of my creations, and that I've done the whole SNOT and Zero-Stud theme. Wow, that's a lot of firsts there, is it not, folks? Still, it's a bit boxier than a typical Vic Viper but didn't the Vic Viper begin its life in pixellated form in the first place? All I can say in defense of that is that I simply don't have a big LEGO collection, well, at least not the kind of parts that I want, anyway, and that it's being truly made in its retro form. I would like to hear what you all have to think about this new design as it was quite the challenging and time consuming build, as in it took me about 18 hours to build it as well as the upcoming Alpha/Final version of my MNG-1985 Vic Viper. Thanks for your comments.)



Comments

 I made it 
  December 2, 2012
Quoting David Alexander Smith I actually looked at this earlier this afternoon, when I did my voting for the Vv owners club. I like the CS cockpit, and the landing gear. I always find the handling of grey and white tricky, clearer distinctions of these colours could have helped take this to the next level. Still a really neat little viper.
Yeah, that was a rather tricky building issue, David. If I had the big gray pieces on my dual nose cones in blue, then I would have used them in an instant. However, since I don't have them, and I may not have nearly enough 2x2 blue tile pieces, I'm stuck using the big gray pieces. Still, I always find things to improve on it and I've posted the Alpha form to the Vic Viper last night. Maybe you'll like that redesign a bit better?
  December 1, 2012
I actually looked at this earlier this afternoon, when I did my voting for the Vv owners club. I like the CS cockpit, and the landing gear. I always find the handling of grey and white tricky, clearer distinctions of these colours could have helped take this to the next level. Still a really neat little viper.
 I made it 
  December 1, 2012
Quoting Justin Knelsen You have a great design here! I love the overall shape. The only thing I would say would be to improve the color scheme. Not a huge thing and I know you may be short on needed pieces. Anyway nice job! :)
Thanks for understanding about the whole parts thing, Justin. Someone, as nice as his build was, simply didn't understand that I put a lot of effort into the greebling and that it was a very complex procedure to add the greebling to my work. Also, while I have made a lot of concessions with my Alpha build, I can't say for sure that I've done away with the blockiness (but that guy who built the Minimalist Vic Viper has one that's considerably blockier than mine, in fact, to the point of it being a refugee from an Atari 2600 game) with my new modifications (I have wing structual integrity and swooshability to think about here), I hope that it's significantly less blocky than the effort that I have here. I'll be posting it up today if you want to look at it, too.
 I made it 
  November 30, 2012
Quoting Mihe Stonee that's sweet! You are on a good way ;-) ! keep it up...
Thanks, Mihe Stonee. I appreciate the encouragement.
 I made it 
  November 30, 2012
Quoting Hayden . This looks great! Sweet commentary to!
Thanks and your Vic Viper isn't bad, either, Hayden.
 I like it 
  November 29, 2012
This looks great! Sweet commentary to!
 I made it 
  November 29, 2012
Quoting Parrington Levens VV's are fun hey? Keep it up mate :)
Yes, they are indeed fun and thanks and will do, Parrington. It's nice to be back on here again.
 I like it 
  November 29, 2012
VV's are fun hey? Keep it up mate :)
 I made it 
  November 29, 2012
Quoting Nils O. That's a cool Vic Viper for NnoVVember 2012 and the "Owners Club"! Great job! :-))
Thanks, Nils O. It's nice to hear such support from you all on this project. It's also a lot of firsts for me, most notably on being my first ever Vic Viper, SNOT and Zero Stud build, and my first build of 2012. (I sure waited a long time for it now, did I?)
 I made it 
  November 29, 2012
Quoting Senator Chinchilla . Some nice brick use, especially the structural use of skis. Some nice computery bits in the cockpit, too. The exterior is kind of blocky and mis-colored, though.
I'll do my best to try and fix the blockiness but as for the color scheme, that might be a bit harder to do. Also, this is my first attempt at making a SNOT and a Zero-Stud craft, not to mention that it's a lot of other firsts for me, too, Chinchilla.
 I like it 
  November 28, 2012
Some nice brick use, especially the structural use of skis. Some nice computery bits in the cockpit, too. The exterior is kind of blocky and mis-colored, though.
 I like it 
  November 27, 2012
Nice Concept!Thanks for your comment at my Vanagon MOC!I am an absolute fan of Volkswagen T3-s,because my neighbour has four T3's.I really love their design and the fact,that it's the last model of rear engined Volkswagen.There's not much of them driving around in Estonia,but anyway,take care! :D
 I like it 
  November 26, 2012
You have a great design here! I love the overall shape. The only thing I would say would be to improve the color scheme. Not a huge thing and I know you may be short on needed pieces. Anyway nice job! :)
 I like it 
  November 26, 2012
That's a cool Vic Viper for NnoVVember 2012 and the "Owners Club"! Great job! :-))
 I like it 
  November 26, 2012
that's sweet! You are on a good way ;-) ! keep it up...
 
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