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Ice Planet Polar Protector Version 2
This time, I'm serious.
About this creation
As the second Version of my Polar Protector, I've added some features.
For instance, there is a magnetic Robotic arm Located under the Cockpit, adding some Playability to the model.
I have Put in more Blue Color into the scheme for a more "Ice Planet 2002" Look to the Spaceship.
The total Inventory of parts is at 91 Pieces.



The pilot working on The Rocket.



Model A



Model B



"Private Snow to Base Command, This ship is ready to Fly!"



Comments

 I like it 
  October 5, 2013
Awesome!!! I like this vehicle and the rocket launcher... Michael is doing a great job of reviewing these! I need more of all of our stuff together. :)
  October 5, 2013
Nice flyer, indeed :D It is still existing? If yes, you can put some weapons or details on wings ... I use to upgrade my prototypes by just putting some more details on them. Most of my ships were made before I discovered potential of details so I just improved them. Believe me, details are just matter of fantasy, it is ships framework that requires a true engineering. This ship is very sweet, so I gladly wait for you Deep Freeze Investigator :D I hope that FreezeWorks quys are busy with work on it :D
 I made it 
  January 18, 2013
Quoting Benhamin Eukatah Nice, I love the entire thing and the new rocket!
New Rocket? Those are the Same Style Rockets That we Use Every day!
 I like it 
  January 16, 2013
Nice, I love the entire thing and the new rocket!
 I made it 
  January 16, 2013
Quoting Commander Cold
Thanks. Actually, There is a magnet In front of it that when it folds up, It attaches to it, so there is a way.
 I made it 
  January 16, 2013
Quoting David Roberts This large ship looks like it could travel long distances across space. The wings will be useful in the icy atmospheres too. The arm, with its magnet, gives the ship a useful purpose. Iím not sure how the arm folds and holds the rocket when the ship is in flight. Itís shape is quite boxy. 6 Iím afraid that there isnít enough variety in the alternative builds to enable you to score high points in this competition. It would have been great to see the big plates used to build a base or the wheels and skis used in a skidoo or all-terrain snow buggy. 3 The magnetic arm is a nice feature of this build; it could be used to pick up all sorts of things. The rocket could be sent on a variety of missions in space. Once the rocket is detached, the ship looks to be solid and swooshable. Perhaps with the addition of a few hinges, the body of the ship could have opened for storing the rocket inside? Itís good that the cockpit opens up for the mini-fig and it looks as though it has a good range of controls too. 6 The Ice Planet 2002 theme was a new one to me, so Iíve have to do some background reading in order to educate myself for judging this entry! I really like how youíve stuck to the Ice Planet colours and kept the colours neatly in blocks: white wings, blue body, black engines and trans canopy. however, I donít think that your ship pushes the theme into a new place. 7 Total score 22.
I told you so! I knew that I wouldn't Get a good score. BTW, who won?
 I made it 
  January 16, 2013
Quoting David Roberts This large ship looks like it could travel long distances across space. The wings will be useful in the icy atmospheres too. The arm, with its magnet, gives the ship a useful purpose. Iím not sure how the arm folds and holds the rocket when the ship is in flight. Itís shape is quite boxy. 6 Iím afraid that there isnít enough variety in the alternative builds to enable you to score high points in this competition. It would have been great to see the big plates used to build a base or the wheels and skis used in a skidoo or all-terrain snow buggy. 3 The magnetic arm is a nice feature of this build; it could be used to pick up all sorts of things. The rocket could be sent on a variety of missions in space. Once the rocket is detached, the ship looks to be solid and swooshable. Perhaps with the addition of a few hinges, the body of the ship could have opened for storing the rocket inside? Itís good that the cockpit opens up for the mini-fig and it looks as though it has a good range of controls too. 6 The Ice Planet 2002 theme was a new one to me, so Iíve have to do some background reading in order to educate myself for judging this entry! I really like how youíve stuck to the Ice Planet colours and kept the colours neatly in blocks: white wings, blue body, black engines and trans canopy. however, I donít think that your ship pushes the theme into a new place. 7 Total score 22.
Thanks. Actually, There is a magnet In front of it that when it folds up, It attaches to it, so there is a way.
 I like it 
  January 15, 2013
This large ship looks like it could travel long distances across space. The wings will be useful in the icy atmospheres too. The arm, with its magnet, gives the ship a useful purpose. Iím not sure how the arm folds and holds the rocket when the ship is in flight. Itís shape is quite boxy. 6 Iím afraid that there isnít enough variety in the alternative builds to enable you to score high points in this competition. It would have been great to see the big plates used to build a base or the wheels and skis used in a skidoo or all-terrain snow buggy. 3 The magnetic arm is a nice feature of this build; it could be used to pick up all sorts of things. The rocket could be sent on a variety of missions in space. Once the rocket is detached, the ship looks to be solid and swooshable. Perhaps with the addition of a few hinges, the body of the ship could have opened for storing the rocket inside? Itís good that the cockpit opens up for the mini-fig and it looks as though it has a good range of controls too. 6 The Ice Planet 2002 theme was a new one to me, so Iíve have to do some background reading in order to educate myself for judging this entry! I really like how youíve stuck to the Ice Planet colours and kept the colours neatly in blocks: white wings, blue body, black engines and trans canopy. however, I donít think that your ship pushes the theme into a new place. 7 Total score 22.
 I like it 
  January 15, 2013
Polar Protector Version 2 Design: Ice Planet was always a sort of 80s CS theme out of time, and very much aligned with its ethos. Youíve built a classic little shuttle in the genre. A little basic in places, but redeemed by the magnet arm. Solid work. 7.5 Piece Selection: Although you have alternate models, they seem incredibly similar to the original. Iím afraid this does impact on the score. 6 Playability: The arm and rocket give this good play value, although Iím not sure where the rocket is stored, or moved from-to. 7 CS Factor: A good example of Ice Planet building, perfectly in tune with the theme. 7
 I like it 
  December 31, 2012
Wow. Better than the first version!
 I made it 
  December 31, 2012
Quoting Matthew Smith Nice! Your alternates are pretty similar; I like that. There's some variety, but still one theme overall.
It doesn't look under 100 pieces, but many of them are Large, so it really is pretty small for a Ship of its Magnitude in Armour and Armaments. It is still good?
 I like it 
  December 30, 2012
Nice! Your alternates are pretty similar; I like that. There's some variety, but still one theme overall.
 
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