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Chroma Collector . Second Vic Viper / research vessel channeling some Neo-Classic Space vibes. . My second Vic Viper build. Went for more of an experimental build as my first was more "traditional" VV form. To that end, it's asymmetric, the front prongs are a bit all over the place and the rear fin is off to the side. Old light gray, plus some trans colors, and the idea that it was primarily a research vessel with low weaponry gave me some Classic Space vibes so that's why I said NCS "esque." First time breaking out my fleshies too. The rainbow on the right was intended to be "visible light collectors," the clear bits to the left "non-visble light collectors" (aka x-ray, gamma, infrared, etc) and heck, a "RGB analyzer" to the upper left. The cockpit... I was determined to use that two-seater piece but building around it was a nightmare. The following pics give axons around, the standard VV angle shot, and a few details on how I did that cockpit. Honestly, I have to give credit to pasukaru76's Rainbow Ripper for the initial nugget of inspiration; I really wanted to do a rainbow in a spacecraft somewhere, so I built the right prong first and it all lead from there. Credits: - To the memory of Nnenn and the VV movement. - To pasukaru76 for the N2010 graphic and for inspiration. Thanks for looking!


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