Finally I got around to making my own Star Destroyer!
About this creation
This is my scaled down Imperial Super Star Destroyer, made completely with flat plates.
It is 81 studs long, 36 studs wide, and is made up of 11 layers of plates and tiles.
It started out as a small sci-fi fighter ship, but then I just kept on adding more and more onto it, so it turned into a Super Star Destroyer. The "tail" was added after the main ship, because I didn't realize it even had one until I glanced at some Star Wars pictures.
I don't know if I'm satisfied with the black on the bottom, but I'll keep it there for now.
The Arrow is pointing South...I think...or is that North?
It's a Star Destroyer for crying loud, not an arrow!
Minifig comparison...Dino Attack minifigs come in handy soooooo many ways. =)
That's it, thanks for looking!
In reply to Speedy Spiff:
Please look at more of my stuff, this is mine; I built it with my own Legos, I took the pictures with my own Kodak EasyShare Z700 camera, and if you would look harder on my site, then you would see that all my new stuff have a white sheet in the background. (As of two months ago.) Also, you will find that when people steal stuff, they post one picture with no commentary. I even tell the measurements of how long, wide, and tall it is. If I stole this, then I would not have those measurements.
So with all that said, next time please check for a sure sign that I stole this. I did not.
In reply to Michael Ford:
This is a Super Star Destroyer, which is way different than a regular one.
If I was going to have details on it, than I would have every other detail on the ship! The bridge on a regular SD is HUGE, it is the main part of the ship; everything builds up to that point. With this one though, it is mostly flat, not needing any sort of beginning plan. If I were to make a super star destroyer WITH all the details, than I would have to make some sort of trench in the middle for the “city” part of it. And plan up to that point from the beginning as with a regular SD’s giant bridge. So this is not just a normal Star Destroyer; this is a Super Star Destroyer with pretty much no details. =)
Thanks for review and giving me advice though, I need it.
In reply to Speedy Spiff (Review #2):
Thank you for looking again, I'm glad we got that cleared up. =)
If you could add a bridge (a 1stud by 2stud mini plate held up somehow) and the black building things in the central area, it would be twice as awesome. But still an excellent effort. probably one of the best starwars replica ships I have seen in a long time
Nice contours and all, I even like the black rim. One thing though, is that it's missing the bridge! The commanding officers of this ship would deeply appreciate the installation of one. ;-) -- -- Michael
I like it! That's the kind of ship that I like to imagine whizzing around in space. As the reviewer before me said, I wish there was more detail (but if simple and sleek are what you were going for, I'd say you nailed it :))