The Wolverine T happens to be one of the latest variants of the Wolverine fighter. This one is the high firepower version of the space fighter, to accompany and complement the Wolverine G and N variants in an assault. Differences in this model include shorter than normal stubby wings, with a stronger structure to hold ordinace. As well, the two old engine cowlings were converted into housings for a total of four XIP cannons. The tail plane was switched to a lower profile, yet equally as stable version. As well, the original 4 nose mounted cannon were kept to help boost firepower, when the XIP cannons and ordinace are insufficiant. The ordinace typically onsists of 4 large torpedos with armor smashers affixed to the tip of them. Other than that, the basic structures and designs are the same as before.
If I were standing there, I would be on the @$$ end of an @$$ kicking
The profile is pretty much unchanged, compared to the original- seriously
Something about this shape just... pops for me. I thought the swoosh/sleek factor was pretty high on this one.
Sorry about the funky edge on the stuff leading up to the tail fin. I couldn't think of a good solution- parts are in short supply.
Oooh... pretty XIP cannons. And the standard CQD insignia is -a- must.
Sweet storage locker- and the cockpit is open too.
Thank you 105 macro... gotta love it when you can get an extreme close up, to the point where you see every nick and flaw in the pieces.
Torpedos?!?!?!? WOOT! Sidearm looks to the standard.
Decent work man. It looks more like a commercial jet to me than a fighter though. Take off the weapons, add a passenger cabin and you will really be on to something nice. Keep up the good work, keep learning and buy more legos! :-)
I remember being at your house, in your lego/computer room. the one with all the Commodore 64s in it. You weren't sure if you could build this, because you were in short supply of the rare peices that are in the wolverine, and you weren't sure about the torpedo design. I encouraged you to build this, the CQD needed a little more "umph" than what it already had. That was over a month ago. Now I see you've done it, and nicely too. Major kudos, dude.