Pictured here are the portside pulse missile tube and laser gattling gun. You can also see the headlights, which are not unlike those really annoying bright lights that other drivers like to use when they're on the street driving in the opposite direction.
The Fardrive technology, invented for the Outlander Project, is a special inter-universe engine drive. It allows the crew of the O5 to jump into any universe your heart desires, from Moonbase to Star Wars.
I FINALLY made landing gear for this beast. It doesn't look like much, but it's remarkably stable. Pictured here is the starboard rear landing stub. You can see a couple more shots of how it swings down in the Brickshelf gallery linked below.
I believe one thing that was great 'bout the '03-'04 ship was is size: nice & sleek. What really affected me are the 90 degree corners in front of the enignes! Bleh! If you could smooth that out it'd be nicer. Also, the fact that it looks like you used the same amount of chrome on the ship as the last time, yet increased the total size. On the other hande, luv the engine detaile! Overall nice. (I guess.)
*sigh* Looks like someone has decided to screw up your rating. While this is boxy, I think it's a boxy beauty. The beauty in this is inside, kinda like onions. Wait, those are layers. Maybe the it's like cucumbers instead? or maybe strawberries. Oh well, whatever fruit or vegetable it is like I think that the Outlander has undergone some good changes. Those engines are crazy, the chrome is a brash new addition, and the round windscreen still looks good. Overall, I can dig it. Maybe you could've followed the Inlander's style a bit more, or applied this style on the inlander, but I'm guessing that's a moo' point now. Um, yeah, I can't think of anything else. Oh, maybe it's like a pumpkin. once you get the gooky stuff out, you have a pretty nice pad for a gnome or hobbit or something. Hook up the PS2 to your projector, play some Ratchet and Clank: Up your arsenal, grab a vanilla coke, and chill out in the pumpkin.