This is a 5/5. You completely destroyed the competition for frigates. Tis is the best one I've seen. The bridge design is ingenious, and the front is right on the spot. Using the three pictures there, I was able to construct a perfect replica of it in LDD, with a slight color difference for the bottom of the hangar.
excellent, this is the best UNSC firgate that i have ever seen! and now for the sad part for everyone else, i really dont mean to be a spoiler kind of person (this is to all who don't have halo 3 yet) but it is the ship at the end of the game. by the way, if you really want a challenge lets see you make a broken-in-half version from were the slip-space portal cuts it in half. and yes that is true it does get cut in half at the end as the arbiter and 'chief' make a jump back to earth, which you see in the final cutscene of the game (sorry if i was being a spoiler person again).
Awesome. I have one of my own that is almost the exact same size that I built with no idea as to what you were doing. It's a different design but same scale. Pics are coming soon. Great job.
I like it
December 1, 2007
To me it look's perfect, something you could attempt though is to get some detailed screenies of "Forward Unto Dawn" and make some decal's, if you have the time, patience and skill. Anyway's, good job, and I'm looking forward to seeing the Marathon Cruiser.
Nice! So anyone ever think its weird that Halo 3 ends in 2553 and Marathon takes place in 2794? and that it ends in another galaxy and Marathon is set in another galaxy? And that the Marathon symbol (two circles in the other) is on the MA5 and every where else in Halo?
anyone ever notice the "forward unto dawn" looks like a small gun? and the marathon Cruiser and pillar of attumn are the same class of shp is why people keep calling it hat, besides, you only see Marathon once and you see the Auttumn a lot so that is another reason