Don't listen to Mr. Cover-up-the-gaps, those are hard angles to do, and you did it masterfully. I don't think Lego has the right parts for those kind of angles. And the shuttle bay is very inventive. Again, I got to say that this was a superb model of the Voyager, and you did those angles just as about as good as what anyone could possibly do.
Wow, star trek voyager is my favorite series! I'm also making a voyager model, but in a much smaller scale. I can hopefully upload pics on my page sometime this weekend. Check it out if you get a chance! And congrats on MOTD!!1!!1 ~jeremy
This is amazing the shape is perfect, I just wish you could have a minifig interior even if it was only two rooms, say the bridge and engineering.
If it had playability WOW!
Also thanks for the comment on my mocolympics entry.
Hi Sven, sieht richtig geil aus, deine "Voyager"! Als ich das Titelbild zuerst sah, dachte ich es muss ein noch größeres Modell sein, um die Formen so gut hinzubekommen. Echt gut gemacht! Woher genau kommst du aus der Frankfurter Gegend? Also ich wohne in Neu-Isenburg und war da heute Abend auf dem Weinfest:) Du warst aber sicher nicht da, oder?:) Danke übrigens für deinen Kommentar für meine F-90! Bis bald, Steffen
it is a very googd model, i have 3 points that you can make better at a new version.
1. the saucer section is al little bit high
2. you might take a better look at the impulse engines, because at the bottom and top of the moving part at the warp nacelles, the place where the impulse engines at the back are, it is a bit thicker.
3. you could add retractable landing studs, that would look cool, (tip, look at youtube under the name "voyager 2x01 the 37's". in that episode voyager is landing, you have a very good look at the landing studs!
without a doubt the best Intrepid Class I've yet seen made with the glorious danish bricks, although I must say that the saucer part looks a little chubby.
Nevertheless you met the basic shape impressively well.