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The Exodus
About this creation
Okay. So four months have passed since I posted something that wasn’t a WIP teaser pic. Finally, though, I have finished my most recent project and I couldn’t be happier to show it off.

As I normally do, I would like to share the inspiration behind the build. And, as it normally is, it will be lengthy. So sit back and relax.

Follow me here…

So if you’ve ever sat around a campfire with a hippie, then you know that after you get past the staring at the stars wondering what it’s all about, the short little, made-up-on-the-spot folk songs accompanied by an endlessly repeated tune on a guitar, and the postulations of Goofy’s parentage, you get to the philosophizing about life. “When you’re born, you’re only given one promise, man.” Sound familiar?

Well, in this case, it helped inspire this work, because it’s true, isn’t it? We’re only given one promise, one guarantee. It’s an easy concept: That which begins, must have an end. That is not only true with our lives, but with everything around us. The plants, the animals, even our planet. There are actually many possibilities that could lead to the end of life on this planet. The most obvious is the end of the sun. Even the AGING of the sun will eventually make this planet so hot it will be unlivable. Maybe we’ll destroy Earth. We pollute it constantly, (don’t get me wrong, I am no environmentalist), we are constantly digging and mining and drilling, which, there are some that say, is throwing the tectonics of the planet into a frenzy, and there are some that say that if all the nuclear devices that exist on Earth were detonated at once, it would throw the planet off its orbit.

Think about that for a moment…OFF ITS ORBIT. Yikes.

Furthermore, there are factors existing outside the atmospheric borders of this planet that may play a role. Impact events, for instance. A large enough celestial object smacking into the side of our planet could end life that very instant. Scientists are now tracking an enormous space rock that will, apparently, in about sixteen years, pass by Earth at a distance less than that of the distance to the moon. I know, sounds far away, right? Unless you think about trajectory and point of origin, and maybe even factor in the effect of Jupiter’s gravity. Thinking about all that, the difference in trajectory from the point of origin, (assuming, of course, that we are talking millions upon millions of miles away, which we are), between a near miss and a devastating impact event is infinitesimal.

In the most far-fetched, (but undeniably possible), scenario, we encounter an alien species that is less than friendly, and in the kindest gesture they’re capable of, wipes human life right off the surface of this planet.

Yeesh. That’s about as doomsday as I’ve ever been.

Here’s the point. Humans can’t live here forever. We can’t dispute it. There are many astronomers and astrophysicists that are trying to figure out a way to put a colony on Mars. They already know that the chances of failure are just as good, (if not better), than success. So why do it? Simple discovery? No. It’s because they know it, too. We are eventually going to need a new home.

“Where is this going, Tim?”

Wait. I’m getting there.

The other inspiration came from, of all places, the Classic Space Pocket Money Set Contest put on by the Davids. In that contest I built three MOCs that dealt with setting a planet up for habitation by a displaced civilization. If you saw my Undiri MOC, then you know that I went through a period of my life trying to write a book. The Department of Planetary Occupation and Civilization Relocation was a concept in that book. I had already decided to cut it out, considering it had little relevance to the story, but it was there. It included the human race being moved to a new planet, which we dubbed Secondearth. My contest entry featured MOCs that help prepare the planet, but, I asked myself, how to get the people, namely us, to our new home?

Here is my answer to that question. This is my largest build to date, measuring in at about 126 studs. May I present, The Exodus, my first SHIP. Let’s have a look, shall we?


I had so much fun editing the main pic, that I may have gotten a bit carried away with GIMP. Well, I enjoyed myself anyway.











I was especially pleased with how the larger engines turned out on this. I think of them as the hyperboosters. They assist the main propulsion in reaching light speed.























I decided to leave the rest of the shots raw, so you can see the rest of the build. Namely, that super ugly stand. Oh well, I wasn't actually considering a visually pleasing stand an objective.























I realized after I posted this that I neglected to include my reference photo. In all fairness, it gave me a lot of ideas on the basic shape, but the photo doesn't give much in the way of small details, so I had to take that one on without help. I actually set up the main pic to look a bit like the reference photo in tribute.

The Exodus was blogged here:
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Thanks for checking it out. Let me know what you think.




Comments

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  June 14, 2014
Masterful.
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  February 6, 2014
a masterpiece, I'm speechless. You need a fair amount of time to capture all
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  September 20, 2013
I don't really know how you did it...but belive me, my mouth is still open.....FANTASTIC :-o
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  September 19, 2013
Very impressive workout! Most i like, that everything seems so right in scale. Some round shaping is very attractive.The colour-spots are beauthiful. Welldone!
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  August 20, 2013
Epic!!! my respect to a true masterbuilder
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  August 12, 2013
I've been holding off commenting here until I had time to do this MOC justice, yet now I find myself struggling for words. Stunning work on this Tim, one of the best micro ships around. Your ability to make grey interesting is impressive, you are the king of subtle greebles. Brilliant, brilliant build.
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  August 5, 2013
About time I commented on this! Magnificent first SHIP, and a very challenging shape to have taken on - I love the 'split hull' - that along with those angles makes for a very interesting shape. Some great details too, I especially like the engines - the way you've managed to greeble those cones is very effective. Top notch work TIM, look forward to seeing more!
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  July 25, 2013
Woah! Such an awesome creation!
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  July 21, 2013
Quoting Nick white this is magnificent!!
Thanks, Nick.
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  July 21, 2013
Quoting Kevin Bennett Epic!
Thanks, Kevin!
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  July 21, 2013
Sorry for the delay in commenting but real-life has interfered with Lego. This ship is an epic build in what has become your classic style of grey & greebles, with carefully added colour to pique the viewers' interest. The overall shape immeadiately catches the eye, with that big, horizontal break cutting along its hull. Added to this is some nice Photoshopping and crisp macro photography. There is plenty of greebling on this SHIP but I like how it is done in panels, with borders around it, so that the ship retains a smooth shape. My favourite greebles are the dark grey towers, on the top, at the back of the ship. What do they do? Vents or radar? They look very functional and useful. It's nice to see the landing bay in its context and the little, black maintenance ship gives the view a sense of the massive proportions of the build. A tour de force.
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  July 20, 2013
I can't believe ! Great work !!!
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  July 19, 2013
After reading your delightfully humorous dissertation on how to end the existence of those pathetic knuckle draggers called humans (all of which I whole heartedly support) I must admit I am suffering SHIP envy once again at the sight of this wondrous creation! Your attention to detail is what I yearn to achieve one day before I go belly up (although at my rate I'd bet on the latter, but enough about me). The only crime I can see here is that I haven't already listed you among my favorites for your skill! I shall correct that oversight forth with.
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  July 19, 2013
Great work. Looks great!
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  July 18, 2013
Amazing!
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  July 15, 2013
Quoting TF Twitch Superb build! There are a lot of details to take in, and I like the "wall of text inspiration" for this. My only question is what is the purpose of the gap between the top and lower sections at the front of the ship?
Thanks, TF. I always throw in details until I think there are too much, then I throw in a little more. As for purpose: Something I mentioned on my very first build is that I don't ever assign purposes to what I build. I operate strictly on aesthetics. My building philosophy is, Does it look good? Then do it. Thanks again.
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  July 15, 2013
Quoting A Sargent Brilliant job, Tim!
Thanks a lot!
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  July 15, 2013
Quoting Ian Spacek I'm not familiar with the ship myself, but it looks quite accurate to the reference picture! Bravo! Aside from the fantastic build, the pictures are well edited too. They must've taken a good chunk of time, but for an excellent payoff. Gimp for for the win! :)
Actually, I'm not familiar with it either. I saw it on an image search and fell in love immediately. I've had it sitting on my hard drive for...I don't even know how long now and finally decided to give it a go. Thanks for commenting, Ian. I'm glad that you like it.
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  July 15, 2013
So awesome!
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  July 14, 2013
Stunning work. When mankind needs one of these, I hope it looks this good.
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  July 14, 2013
Congrats on making it to the brothers brick!!! Well deserved my friend!
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  July 13, 2013
Quoting Topsy Creatori (StoveTopCreator!) The very definition of beauty. And surely a lesson in design and detailing! :)
Thanks, Topsy. I'm all about design and detailing, so I find your compliment that much more flattering.
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  July 13, 2013
Quoting Michael Rutherford This is amazing work. The way you captured the shape of the hull is absolutly tops! The shape is so subtal, and yet you went right after it, and captured it quite well. I'm looking and looking at the pics, and I just can't imagine ever being able to do that kind of shaping. Your pics are also well done. Clear and detailed where needed, and the photo-shopping is as always, just another layer of coolness. Well done. Attack!
Thanks, Michael. I always appreciate your well-thought-out comments. I am flattered. I can't imagine why you can't imagine ever being able to do that kind of shaping, though. I've seen your work and ability and still aspire to reach your skill level. As the photo editing goes, I may build LEGO so I can have fun editing the photo;)
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  July 13, 2013
Quoting Mihe Stonee what an amazing result... the size, colours, the overall shape - wow! and it'S something different to star wars ;-) o.k. i also like it, but there are not many builders who look for other spaceships - and that's nice i think!
I wanted to break away from what I usually do, (not to say I won't go back), which is why I kept this free of weaponry. Hahaha. Yeah, definitely not inspired by Star Wars...this time;)
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  July 13, 2013
Quoting Master Shifu Leo J What a feast for the eyes. lots of nifty techniques all around. Most impressive!
Thanks, Master Shifu. This was a massive amount of click joints for the angles.
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  July 13, 2013
Quoting Michael K. Spectacular, as alway Tim. Absolutely perfect.
Thanks, Michael. Glad you like it.
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  July 12, 2013
O.O WOW! Nice ship! I love the engines... but how are you getting to light speed... oh well. Amazing, excellent, and any other synonym meaning EPIC!!
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  July 10, 2013
Whew! This is quite a SHIP! I'm glad you finally stopped dropping tantalizing hints about this and got it posted! I really love the overall shaping, and how you didn't go complete overkill on the greebles (unlike some of the SHIPs I've seen.) The smoothness of the detailing really got me actually. You blended them in with the rest of the spacecraft, yet they catch my eye discreetly, if you will. The two rear propulsion jets look great as well. Amazing SHIP! I look forward to seeing what you have next :)
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  July 9, 2013
I'm going to split my comment in two, as this beast deserves the attention. The build first: the consolidated shape broken by carefully considered details takes this a step forward from your last large ship. There is a believability in the form function relationship, all the better when noticed in those details like the hangar. In short a beautiful model worthy of a film prop from some lost sci-fi masterpiece. Second the background: I love how you pulled this build into a philosophical question, and answer it with the power of human imagination. Have you ever read Darko Suvin's book on sci-fi, I'm sure you'd find it interesting: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darko_Suvin. Another essay I read a few years back is Lyotard's 'Can Thought Go On Without a Body' which takes as its premise the question of the sun's future explosion and the role technology will take i thinking beyond this crisis; worth a read if you are into this kind of thing (http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=9i5VB0ejI58C&printsec=frontcover&dq=inhuman&hl=en&sa=X&ei=cu7bUd-cDu2l0wW-_IDYAg&ved=0CEQQ6AEwAw/). Anyway, thanks for building a spaceship which both stunned me and made me think!
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  July 9, 2013
Great shapes and colors, spectacular design!
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  July 9, 2013
Excellent work Tim! And I couldn't agree more with how us as humans are destroying this beautiful earth we have been given. It's sad but the realization is there that if man continues to ruin the earth we most find a new home. As for your ship! I love it and the color scheme is excellent to the tiny little hanger you built into the side of the Exodus! Don't worry about the stand either. The beauty of your ships hides the stand. Anyway you have to support it somehow. Keep up the good work and can't wait to see future builds Tim!
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  July 9, 2013
Brilliant build and great color scheme too! The ship is just jaw dropping. Nice job not going overboard with the greebles. There is just enough to make it look complex, but not overdone so it distracts from the look of the ship itself. Great photos too :D
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  July 9, 2013
Lovely ship design, with a striking colour scheme! Some great techniques, too. ~Cheers
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  July 9, 2013
this is magnificent!!
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  July 9, 2013
Just read your comment. I got a shout out by Mark Kelso! Anyways, I see that you don't support many of the particular ideas you posted, but I felt that I should at least clarify my stance. Also, you are very welcome for the invite; I, in fact, just made a new topic that is based off of what you stated in this MOC; and it is free advertising for you, so! Once again, a truly excellent MOC, and a compelling idea behind it.
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  July 9, 2013
Epic!
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  July 9, 2013
Superb build! There are a lot of details to take in, and I like the "wall of text inspiration" for this. My only question is what is the purpose of the gap between the top and lower sections at the front of the ship?
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  July 9, 2013
Brilliant job, Tim!
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  July 9, 2013
I'm not familiar with the ship myself, but it looks quite accurate to the reference picture! Bravo! Aside from the fantastic build, the pictures are well edited too. They must've taken a good chunk of time, but for an excellent payoff. Gimp for for the win! :)
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  July 9, 2013
The very definition of beauty. And surely a lesson in design and detailing! :)
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  July 9, 2013
This is amazing work. The way you captured the shape of the hull is absolutly tops! The shape is so subtal, and yet you went right after it, and captured it quite well. I'm looking and looking at the pics, and I just can't imagine ever being able to do that kind of shaping. Your pics are also well done. Clear and detailed where needed, and the photo-shopping is as always, just another layer of coolness. Well done. Attack!
 I like it 
  July 9, 2013
what an amazing result... the size, colours, the overall shape - wow! and it'S something different to star wars ;-) o.k. i also like it, but there are not many builders who look for other spaceships - and that's nice i think!
 I like it 
  July 9, 2013
What a feast for the eyes. lots of nifty techniques all around. Most impressive!
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  July 9, 2013
Spectacular, as alway Tim. Absolutely perfect.
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  July 9, 2013
Quoting Stuart Lucas I love a good SHIP and I think this is one of the best I've seen in terms of getting all the elements right - colour, shape, detailing and that unquantifiable 'X' factor. This is full of atmosphere and wouldn't look out of place in a sci-fi drama series about, I dunno, the End of the World as We Know It! (And I feel fine, incidentally.)
Thanks a lot, Stuart. I never know what that 'X' factor is, but if this one has it, thanks for pointing it out;) I hope if we have to travel in a spaceship to a different planet someday, that the crew will occasionally play an REM song;)
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  July 9, 2013
Quoting Paul Vermeesch Stunning job, here! The shape and the detailing is superb, but its the colors that steal the show. Great job!
Thanks for the comment, Paul. Glad you like the colors. I always find that one of the biggest challenges of my builds is coloring it without muddying the design. Glad it works.
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  July 9, 2013
Quoting matt rowntree Normally it is a wonderful pleasure to see you post your high quality mocs, today you have outdone yourself! This is truly a work of Art. What I am most impressed with is your restraint on the greebling. It must have been torturous to place flat plates instead. The effect is a perfect balance to scale. Your color blocking is fantastic and well thought out. And the shape of the ship with it's split hull is inspired. As far as the doomsday scenarios, I lump them all together with the Mayan predictions, and they were only able to predict the end of the world if you were Twinkies, but even those came back. Darn hippies. Darn Mayans. Darn science. Mmmm Twinkies. ;) Great boat there Tim!
Thanks, Matt. Always a pleasure to see what you have to say. Your comments are always very well conceived and this one is particularly flattering. And I think Nostradamus may have touched on the whole endtimes subject as well. And to address an inaccuracy on your comments: It wasn't just the Twinkies that faced armageddon in 2012. There was also the Ho-ho's and the way-too-big-to-be-healthy bags of chocolate iced donuts. Mmmmm Ho-ho's and way-too-big-to-be-healthy bags of chocolate iced donuts. If I ever find myself on a spaceship taking me from the dead Earth to a new planet, I hope I can be sitting on an observation deck with a Ho-ho and a way-too-big-to-be-healthy bag of chocolate iced donuts;)
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  July 9, 2013
I love a good SHIP and I think this is one of the best I've seen in terms of getting all the elements right - colour, shape, detailing and that unquantifiable 'X' factor. This is full of atmosphere and wouldn't look out of place in a sci-fi drama series about, I dunno, the End of the World as We Know It! (And I feel fine, incidentally.)
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  July 9, 2013
Stunning job, here! The shape and the detailing is superb, but its the colors that steal the show. Great job!
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  July 9, 2013
Normally it is a wonderful pleasure to see you post your high quality mocs, today you have outdone yourself! This is truly a work of Art. What I am most impressed with is your restraint on the greebling. It must have been torturous to place flat plates instead. The effect is a perfect balance to scale. Your color blocking is fantastic and well thought out. And the shape of the ship with it's split hull is inspired. As far as the doomsday scenarios, I lump them all together with the Mayan predictions, and they were only able to predict the end of the world if you were Twinkies, but even those came back. Darn hippies. Darn Mayans. Darn science. Mmmm Twinkies. ;) Great boat there Tim!
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  July 9, 2013
Quoting JS Can Fantastic! I love the shuttle bay.
Thanks, JS. I have a tendency to push the details to the limits, as I did with the shuttle bay. Glad you like it.
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  July 9, 2013
Quoting Garett Smith Awesome job Tim! I always like seeing your work when it pops up every once in a while. Outstanding job, can't wait to see more.
Thanks, Garrett. Yeah, I wish I could put out more stuff, but time crunches and all that. I have also recently broken down and gotten Netflix, so I will assign some blame for the length of time it took me to finish this beast on Doctor Who, Firefly, and Battlestar Galactica;) Thanks, again, Garrett.
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  July 9, 2013
Quoting Mark Kelso Absolutely BEAUTIFUL! I'm a fan of SHIPs, and this one is hitting on all cylinders - from color blocking and surface texture, to design and detail, it's all just top-notch work. Love the depth of detail in the hangar bay, and the aft engine elements are inspiring. And speaking of inspirations - I really enjoyed that aspect of your post as well. Although, I think I'd have to agree with a lot of what Achintya Prasad said regarding the aforementioned details you brought up about the hazards of Human life on Earth, it's still certainly a subject that's fun (in a sick sort of way) to imagine...especially when that imagining involves killer Lego work like this! Thanks for making my day!
Thanks, Mark. Always happy to see when one of our favorite site's master ship builders, you in particular, weighs in on one of my builds, and the fact that this build motivated you to mark me as a favorite is flattering, to say the least. As for all the other stuff, it's like you said, it's fun, but the truth is, I also agree with a lot of what Achintya said. But I am huge fan of astrophysics, and ancient astronaut theory is a guilty pleasure of mine, so I decided to throw some of that stuff in. I should also mention that I am one of those sorts that loves to hear himself speak, (or see himself type, I guess), and get others speaking, as well, so, well, that was fun, too. Thanks again!
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  July 9, 2013
Quoting Karol J This is a huge! I am impressed. Really excellent job!
Thanks, Karol. Glad you like it. I was beginning to wonder if I would ever finish it.
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  July 9, 2013
Quoting Achintya Prasad
Thanks, Achintya! Really glad you enjoyed the build. This was, by far, the most fun I've had yet since I picked the brick back up. As for the other comments, every point that I raised is most certainly up for debate, and if I were engaged in such a debate I would be taking the same side that you did. When it came to the digging, I said, "there are some that say..." I happen to be one that doesn't. As I also said, I am no environmentalist. Just supporting the inspiration. As far as the nuclear devices are concerned, I really do know what maintains our orbit;) Again I said, "there are some that say..." The truth is, we can't possibly know what would happen if every nuclear device was detonated at the same time. As far as the meteor is concerned, based on what I have read, that 2029 meteor is on its way, but it will miss us, but not by much. We've actually had several near misses, and if we'll remember, a mere 5 months ago, a meteor passed over Chelyabinsk and exploded in the atmosphere. The sonic boom alone from that thing damaged the surrounding buildings and injured over a thousand. This thing didn't even strike the ground and wasn't large enough to be trackable. Most shooting stars are no bigger than a pebble, and this thing was basically a large shooting star that got too close. We didn't even know it was coming. As for the aliens, well, when first contact comes, we don't know if we'll get E.T. or big black monsters with two sets of teeth and acid for blood, but...heehee it is fun to rub our chin and think about it. Most of this stuff is, "If what we believe is true," type of stuff that others have mentioned and doesn't necessarily coincide with what I actually believe, and I wasn't saying that any of this will happen tomorrow. And I do have a tendency to give some credence to what Stephen Hawking has to say. Thanks for the comments, and for giving me something to chew on. Thanks also for the invite to the debate group. I do enjoy a good debate;)
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  July 9, 2013
Impressive beast, Dude! Lots of interesting detail in addition to the overall shape. Wicked!
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  July 9, 2013
Quoting Romany Woodhouse Great first SHIP Tim. I like the overall shape and those giant engines. Nice to see your WIPs show up too! I'm looking forward to coming back to this so I can spend some time admiring the finer details.
Thanks a lot, Romany. The whole idea with this one was to put in the detail. It was my most fun and frustrating build to date. Glad you appreciated it.
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  July 9, 2013
Yet another great build Tim! The details on this thing are just mindblowing!
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  July 9, 2013
Wow! Beautiful ship love all the intricate detail all the piping . I too agree , I like the way you made the main engines. The shuttle bay is spectacular ! You even detailed the ceiling in the shuttle bay , awesome .
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  July 9, 2013
Absolutly awesome! I reminds me a little bit to the sleeper ships of the game "Freelancer".
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  July 9, 2013
I'm afraid my comment is stuck in moderation - hopefully it will turn up soon.
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  July 9, 2013
Fantastic! I love the shuttle bay.
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  July 9, 2013
Awesome job Tim! I always like seeing your work when it pops up every once in a while. Outstanding job, can't wait to see more.
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  July 9, 2013
Absolutely BEAUTIFUL! I'm a fan of SHIPs, and this one is hitting on all cylinders - from color blocking and surface texture, to design and detail, it's all just top-notch work. Love the depth of detail in the hangar bay, and the aft engine elements are inspiring. And speaking of inspirations - I really enjoyed that aspect of your post as well. Although, I think I'd have to agree with a lot of what Achintya Prasad said regarding the aforementioned details you brought up about the hazards of Human life on Earth, it's still certainly a subject that's fun (in a sick sort of way) to imagine...especially when that imagining involves killer Lego work like this! Thanks for making my day!
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  July 9, 2013
This is a huge! I am impressed. Really excellent job!
  July 9, 2013
The amount of detail, the amount of parts, the amount of greebles.....it's staggering! Simply, truly, amazing! Its just an in sult to leave this at 5/5! However, your doomsday scenarios, are a bit, off. Firstly, we are simply not mining deep enough to make an impact on plate tectonics. We barely have dug in more than a few miles into the the surface, and that barely breaks into the upper Lithosphere. I see no way mining could therefore, impact earthquakes. Next, as powerful as atomic weapons are, they can't knock a planet off orbit. Earth is gravitationally bound to the sun. Atomic bombs would pulverize Earth before moving it anywhere, as the force from a blast is not contained and directed. Next, a meteor strike on Earth is simply unlikely right now. Mind you, it's a credible threat, but one that is unlikely to hit humanity in sixteen or eighteen years, and end all life on Earth. Finally, you mentioned aliens. Hmm. Okay, well, I should say that firstly, at a recent summer camp I attended, I actually had a sceintific argumentation class, and I was captain of the team that said aliens would not end us. Firstly, aliens have to find us. We haven't been sending out radio signals that long, only for a few decades. Also, and I know I am going against the great mind of Steven Hawkins, but I see no proof or evidence, other than in Hollywood that aliens will hurt us. They very much could be helpful. Now, I understand what you are trying to say; the plucky humans need to have a plan in the event of an Armageddon, and I myself with my ISSC MOC, came up with another, less well built, solution, but I wanted to point out that I feel some of your details/supporting facts clashed with what I know. Just my two cents though. Still, this is a fan-bleeding-tastic creation!
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  July 9, 2013
Great first SHIP Tim. I like the overall shape and those giant engines. Nice to see your WIPs show up too! I'm looking forward to coming back to this so I can spend some time admiring the finer details.
 
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