I like it, but it kinda looks like there are some megablocks pieces. It could be me, but the shades look not Lego-like. Nevertheless, good job. I suggest giving it some retractable landing gear, though, if you have the parts.
Nice, A few years ago I had built a Yacht myself which I posted here on recently. Unlike yours though, I never enough to keep mine one color like yours is. For that, I like it. It's very clean. Plus it has that eye catching look to it.
Just to show that I can be a good sport, I wanted you to know that I like this...alot. It reminds me of Classic space sets from when I was your age (early to mid '80s), while still clearly being recognizeable as Lando's ship. I think the front looks fine considering what you had to work with and the technique you used. I'll bet as you progress as a builder you might come up with an even better solution (I've got a Millennium Falocn I've been working on for 25 years, so it's never too late to goof around with a previous design)! Does it have an interior? You could do some really cool things with all that space.
nicely done, I never saw anyone building this before, good job, about motd, I thing the reason they sometimes aren't worthy is that they're chosen automaticly depending on the rating and visitors because I've seen a moc became motd twice. anyway, great job on the yacht
The side engine pods, rear observation deck and nose could use a little work, and I'm not sure about the belly gun's absence and the use of black instead of dark grey but you did a very good job with this one. Still, could you make an interrior based off the one in Jedi Outcast?
I had to look up a reference photo for your model. I think it is almost perfect for its scale. For the front I would continue farther up the nose using the technique you used to the left and right of the cockpit. Great job Aron.