Warning: the colours on this MOC may cause retinal damage. Viewer discretion is advised.
About this creation
Ship no.2 for Uspez's variation on a theme challenge.
Actually, this is ship no.3; no. 2 is waiting on parts,
so this was a spontaneous build in the meantime.
Colours this garish call for a racer. Or possibly a
new type of fighter that blinds enemy pilots when
they look at it...
Nothing revolutionary going on here build-wise, but a
hellofvalotta fun anyway. I got the name Ryukin from a type
of goldfish, in case you're wondering. Yes, I'm going
for a fish theme with my names at the moment...
The pilot has a tinted visor so he doesn't burn out his corneas getting into the cockpit.
Dear Mr. Ocean (if that is in fact your real name) I have just returned from my optometrist and psychiatrist. I am obligated to inform you that you will be receiving a rather inflated bill for both of them. The eye doctor for the intense nerve damage and irreversable cornia scaring and from the shrink for the nightmares I have suffered over the past three weeks from looking at this piece of trash. I hope your satisfied with yourself. Sincerely ~ Chris Phipson.
This is a beautiful ship, Shannon. It's like nothing I've ever seen. That's what makes it so great. On the subject of the email you sent me, I just didn't find the skeleton rowboat crew that entertaining. And I agree with the guy on Keith Goldman's 'Black Fantasy' Creation. Just because Goldman made it doesn't mean it deserves a 5. I gave it a 5, I thought the play on words was funny [and the bubbly jacuzzi was really good]. Back to this MOC, what makes you such a great builder is your unique design. You use color combinations only you would even think of and only you would dare to use. This is a great example of that, beatuiful ship. 5/5
Brilliant! In all my twiddling around with color schemes, I never put lime green and red together... shame on me. The checker pattern really looks great, and I love the engine portion with the glassware and doors thrown in!