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BSG - Viper Mk II - Classic Series
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My 3rd attempt at a Viper! So many cheese slopes!
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Yeh, the problem solving required on these Vipers is intense!


















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  December 30, 2012
A mindblowing rendition ! My favorite part is how you've made the canopy, it rocks !!!
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  December 13, 2012
Great little fighter you have constructed and as a BSG nut always a pleasure for the eyes. Well done P
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  December 9, 2012
Very sleek!
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  December 7, 2012
Very fancy, great usage of the cheese slopes. ~Ryan
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  December 6, 2012
as intense as having the movie prop at home? because from where I m standing, only the back tires tell it s not, it s hair thick close, besides, with you at the helm, we ll never see anything like that, trough the explosions of babes and fire! lol!
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  December 6, 2012
Sweet pics, as always!
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  December 5, 2012
Awesome little Viper!! I like how you used the little cheese slopes and the profiled shape. Good idea for the thrusters and the canopy, too!!
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  December 4, 2012
Really elegant and exquisitely built craft. Nice one, Parrington!
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  December 2, 2012
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde Sweet ship, dude. And like all the others said, this one of the best Viper noses Iv ever seen! Youve also created one of the best dongpit windscreen solutions for a Viper, keeping every part to scale with each other. ~Marc
Thanx MArc, yes, the window was a very important piece to the puzzle. I have always wished there was a two wide cocpit that had surrounding glass; so I made one! It was really rather simple once I figured it out. And the great thing is the glass from a 2x2 window slides into place on the top of that cocpit canopy design (so long as the lugs are a little worn down like mine were.) I was flabbergasted that it worked so tried to recreate it with a newer one and I ended up having to file one of the lugs down just a touch. It then fits in nice and snug. I imagine 'll be using that on so many of my reduced sized fighters from now on!
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  December 2, 2012
Sweet ship, dude. And like all the others said, this one of the best Viper noses Iv ever seen! Youve also created one of the best dongpit windscreen solutions for a Viper, keeping every part to scale with each other. ~Marc
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  December 1, 2012
Quoting Tom Simon I'm glad you worked out all the geometric problems. It came out well, like the whole nose thing. But: WHERE ARE THE FEMALE MAINTENANCE CREW SOAPING AND HOSING!? I'm sorry, but this is the Nth time now, with Barto leaving us high and dry just the other week. Geez.
hehehe, they were required elsewhere I believe...
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  December 1, 2012
Quoting Chris Phipson Very sleek! I love the elegent, "simple" design of this! ~ Chris.
Yes! The fact that it seems so simplistic even though it is anything but. Hehe, maybe I should try the other approach, be simple, look complicated. That might be a good tip in general!
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  December 1, 2012
Quoting El Barto ! Dude! You're on a building rampage here! I'm with Mark on the nose, very accurate like the much bigger versions. But I'm guessing this is about the same scale as the one I sent? Crafty getting the pilot in there, too. Awesome!
Hehe, yes, roughly the same size, and the pilot fits nice and snug, I should have taken a cutaway pic, but the arms actually tuck away under the cheese slopes aside the canopy, sufficient gap being left by the way the wing cuts into that space.
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  December 1, 2012
Quoting Mark Kelso NICE, Parrington! Very clean, and I love the way you tackled the front section.
Thanks a lot Mark, yourself and some of the other guys have done such great jobs on the Viper at this scale that is a real challenge to come up with a different way to tackle it. Glad to have done so satisfactorily :)
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  December 1, 2012
Awesome! i'm not really a spaceship guy but this is cool 5/5
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  December 1, 2012
Very sleek! I love the elegent, "simple" design of this! ~ Chris.
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  December 1, 2012
Very compact design, Par. No unnecessary clobber. Love it.
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  November 30, 2012
Love cheese slopes. :) Good job!
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  November 30, 2012
What Tom said, totally! Besides that, she a beauty of a classic Viper, really!
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  November 30, 2012
This and your recent build in Septemeber had me researching the web on these vipers from the series. Those bits of cheese helped you recreate 'the look' of the original! Nice one! :)
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  November 30, 2012
Classic versions of something are always the best. Here we have a good example.
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  November 30, 2012
I'm glad you worked out all the geometric problems. It came out well, like the whole nose thing. But: WHERE ARE THE FEMALE MAINTENANCE CREW SOAPING AND HOSING!? I'm sorry, but this is the Nth time now, with Barto leaving us high and dry just the other week. Geez.
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  November 30, 2012
Retro cool
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  November 30, 2012
Nice job on the viper bro!!! Keep it up!
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  November 30, 2012
super mega wicked !!!!
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  November 30, 2012
A deceptively simple looking build that when you look at it closely has lots of interesting angles. The ship really does look like the original and shaping of the nose is great work. I like how you've used the Lego engines but mounted them at three different angles.
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  November 30, 2012
Oh! What great angles! Well done, Parrington!
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  November 30, 2012
Dude! You're on a building rampage here! I'm with Mark on the nose, very accurate like the much bigger versions. But I'm guessing this is about the same scale as the one I sent? Crafty getting the pilot in there, too. Awesome!
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  November 30, 2012
NICE, Parrington! Very clean, and I love the way you tackled the front section.
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  November 30, 2012
Quoting Tyler Halliwell That's beautiful. The curves on this girl are just incredible. The art degree is paying off!
:) Hehe, thanx Tyler, maybe they'll have a photography subject, I just really struggle sometimes!
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  November 30, 2012
That's beautiful. The curves on this girl are just incredible. The art degree is paying off!
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  November 30, 2012
Quoting Jon B Indeed a cheesy viper :) Great shaping, especially the front, hard to get right. The cockpit is clever too, nicely done at this scale!
Yes, the front is a nightmare to do. I used the parts I had to the best of my ability. I wish I had a better camera !
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  November 30, 2012
Indeed a cheesy viper :) Great shaping, especially the front, hard to get right. The cockpit is clever too, nicely done at this scale!
 
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