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Phantom Interceptor
The Phantom. An extremely fast and agile ship constructed for interception and hit and run strikes, but it still has the outright toughness for drawn out engagements.
About this creation
First off, Ignore the stand. No comments on it please.

With the stand. And the stand is surprisingly sturdy!


You can kind of see here, but the ship goes from one stud in the middle holding it together, to three studs behind that, to four studs above that behind the cockpit. And it all holds together very well. Like well enough to be easily swooshable.


Silhouette. You can see the pilot in there.


The back, this is usually all you see of it as it flies off, right before you blow up.
And you always got to have an "Up the Kilt shot"


Nose in, move along ... oh wait, that's the end...






Oh, and it's also My Sci-Fi Sig Figs ship.




Comments

  May 5, 2009
looks like an arwing from star fox
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  April 26, 2009
I like this a lot. Possibly because I find it similar with my own Talon starcraft, but I like this better. The black and red is great, and the way it was built is also phenomenal (I'm looking at the nose and cockpit). The wing pylons could use some work though. But again, nice. Peace.
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  March 18, 2009
Seamless construction. Looks nice.
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  February 23, 2009
Nice build, I always like knowing what build styles are sturdy, or not...
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  February 17, 2009
Quoting Will Thomas I think you've got something with the body and the side flaps, but I'm not sure about the width of the wingspan, as it seems to make the ship less sturdy. If those huge flaps were right up next to the side [as it looked in the side-angle shot], I think it would give the ship a bit of a more sturdy and fast look. If this is your entry for Peter and Nnenn's build, it's all about originaly. Good luck.
Nope, this is not my entry for Peter and Nnenn's contest, as it has been built (and posted) since November 1, 2008. I finally got around to posting it on MOCpages. I have another ship in progress (or done) for the contest! Oh, and the wings are very very sturdy. Like so sturdy I dropped it and it held together.
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  February 17, 2009
oh my F*ing god that is amazing man i dunno what to say!
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  February 17, 2009
I think you've got something with the body and the side flaps, but I'm not sure about the width of the wingspan, as it seems to make the ship less sturdy. If those huge flaps were right up next to the side [as it looked in the side-angle shot], I think it would give the ship a bit of a more sturdy and fast look. If this is your entry for Peter and Nnenn's build, it's all about originaly. Good luck.
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  February 17, 2009
You used some great SNOT techniques here -- the canopy is blended perfectly into the hull with zero flat transition surface. The wings and engines are nicely built as well. Great job!
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  February 16, 2009
That is NICE! You are an expert at SNOT. Side view is just wicked cool.
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  February 16, 2009
Nice ship. see ya. garth
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  February 16, 2009
Of course! Every ship needs to be swooshable!
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  February 16, 2009
It's a beauty! Still needs that trans-red canopy, though.
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  February 16, 2009
Awesome. I would love to swoosh that around the halls of my house.
 
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