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High Speed Interceptor . An interceptor designed to operate in the atmosphere and outer space. . The High Speed Interceptor was painted in a high visibility colour scheme, after camouflage and surprise attacks were banned under the Geneva conventions. It was armed with two Rapier missiles. This craft's four SCRAM jets and single rocket engine allowed it to be launched into orbit in a matter of minutes, ready to intercept targets around the world and in space. The High Speed Interceptor was a Lego doodle that I made as a diversion from bigger projects. I made a stand so that I could put it on my desk. Once I'd built the model, I had a play in LDD too... The LDD blueprints from the designers at Llwyngwril Space Systems. The High Speed Interceptor seen in deep space. The original version, in real bricks, had some "illegal connections", which had to be changed in LDD. A shot of the High Speed Intercpetor skimming across the ocean. The images below aren't real Lego! They were created using LDD, LDD to POV Ray convertor and POV Ray. It took my rather elderly laptop over 6 hours to do each render.


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