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Battlestar Titan . Back in Germany I have started my new project which I call “Battlestar Titan”. . Since I posted the final pic's of the Seterra, approx 12 months have passed. In these 12 months I teared down the Seterra -which took me approx 4 months- and organised my relocation from China to my home in Germany. I can tell you, tearing down the Seterra was a lot of work... more than I expected. The Project Battlestar Titan I started in January this year. It will become also a huge SHIP, but currently no ideas, where I will end up size wise. Guess somewhere around 4 m in length. What you see in the following pic's is one of 2 side-extensions the Titan will have. In each of the side-extensions, 2 hangars are placed. The first hangar in the left side extension will be connected to the first in the right extension and the 2nd hangar in the left to the 2nd in the right extension. The basic idea of these extensions is similar to the Seterra. But in difference to the Seterra the side extensions will be longer, higher, wider and.... curved. As the bottom as well as the top of the extensions will be curved and because I want to build the Titan without any metal or wooden inner support skeleton, I use a special technique to combine 8X16 or 8X8 bricks with each other. But everything starts with the Lego-skeleton. Here you see one of the 64 (16 each for the bottom and the upper part, times 2 for 2 extensions) supports which will give the side extension it’s curved shape. The next picture shows how I combine the 8X16 bricks to achieve a good stability of the “backbone”. To give the side extensions the stability they need I use technic bricks which are connected with each other, horizontal as well as vertical. The same technique I will use for the main body as well, but without curved areas. Following you see how the side extensions have developed, from the bottom part only to a mainly finished hull with a bottom and top part. The extensions are 230 studs long and 36 studs wide. I will cover everything with tiles to make sure the whole SHIP will be as stud less as possible. This is the “nose” of the side extensions, combining different angles with each other. This section took me a while to built, as I had to find the right angles and parts to make sure the gaps are as small as possible. The side extensions are equipped with Turbo Laser’s in the front part of the extensions as well as between the 2 Hangar sections. Following a picture of the 2nd hangar And the ceiling of it. The wall of the 1st hangar.


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