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Burt Ballad(TM)'s Space Blazer

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#1 Offline Sophia

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Posted Dec 22 2013 - 11:26 AM



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The Alien Hunters are in trouble! Help Burt BalladTM speed to the rescue in his trusty Space Blazer! Fight off the aliens with his blazing Proton Cannons!


(I'm pretty proud of this little MOC. It has its quirks, but I find them easy to overlook because its all very flowy and swooshy to me. The one thing I hate is that it's too small for a minifigure to fit inside, but at least the cockpit opens.)

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#2 Offline Lyichir

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Posted Dec 22 2013 - 06:19 PM

This is a great little microscale ship. Funny how popular Burt Ballad seems to be; I think the majority of the ships so far that belong specifically to one team member or another from the comic have been made for him.

I bet you could even fit a fig in here, if you used the weird little seated torso piece from some of the Racers sets in the Drome era.

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#3 Offline InnerRayg

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Posted Dec 23 2013 - 01:46 PM

I think this ship works both as micro-scale and minifig scale (with some allowances to make it appear a fig fits in of course.) I like the clean color scheme and the smooth shaping of its profile. The green exhaust flames are also super cool. I really like how consistent you are with the green accents and I could definitely seeing this little guy working as a Lego set. Nice job, and good luck!
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