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#1 Offline Ice the Great

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Posted Oct 22 2011 - 03:40 PM

While the forums were down, I was still MOCing. I'm not good AT ALL at building large models (lack of parts and difficulties designing stable weight-support structures plague my work). But, what I lack in the large, I make up for in the medium and small. I designed my own Toa-size model, which has received a minor upgrade in the Downtime, along with a Matoran that I recently built an Exo-Matoran for - They'll be posted soon. But they're not what this topic is about. This is for the Fleet, a dozen-strong flotilla of my not-so-famous fist-size starships. So, without further adieu, Let us begin.Posted Image That's the Fleet. All of the Fleet. In that shot is 12 vessels. I've since built 3 more Ambush-class variants (the Chop Suey of the Fleet), but I don't have pictures of them. So, let's run down each ship type, shall we? All links lead to galleries of the ships in top, bottom, and side views. Ambush classType: Attack Fighter.Size: Varies with model.Pieces: Generally around 8.Number of the class: Currently 7.Other notes: Most-produced vessel due to ease of construction. Apogee classType: Interceptor.Size: Roughly 7 inches long, 2 inches wide/high.Pieces: 16.Number of the Class: 2.Other notes: If any of you reading this read my Epic (The Life of Toa Matas) on the Archives, this is the Egress class model. Cavalry classType: Patrol Cruiser.Size: Roughly 8 inches long,9 inch wingspan, 3 inches high.Pieces: 14 forward section, 34 aft section, 58 total.Number of the class: 1.Other notes: Designed to split in half at the end of the Midak to provide extra support. Falcon classType: Bird-of-Prey (Heavy Frigate/Escort ship).Size: 8 inches long, 6 inch wingspan, 1 inch high.Pieces: 59.Number of the Class: 2.Other notes: Most pieces, while NOT the largest, due to the high number of round blue hole studs and other superstructure components. Imperial classType: Warbird (akin to a Dreadnought, or other incredibly heavy vessel).Size: 5 inches long, 10 inch wingspan, 3-4 inches high.Pieces: 38.Number of the Class: 2.Other notes: Largest vessel. Second model missing a single one-of-a-kind piece, and has a black right wing because I couldn't find a matching silver one. Valor classType: Battleship.Size: 8 inches long, 7 inches wide, 5 inches high.Pieces: 39.Number of the Class: 1.Other Notes: The only thing keeping me from replicating this ship is a few crucial superstructure components that I only ever had one of.
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#2 Offline GeluNumber1

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Posted Oct 22 2011 - 11:10 PM

Simply yes, dude. Thet look like they could bomb an army at anytime. AND you incoporated working shooters.
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Why are orange and black such a good color Combination ? Purple is pretty, and so is blue. Pink hurts your eyes, green is quite mellowing, black is very threatning, red is cool, orange is SO awesome, yellow's hard to read... But you can't see white at all! Oh, wait. I forgot brown.

Here's my thoughts: If a person tells the truth and says, " I always lie," Is he lying? Or is he telling the truth? And what has a mouth, but no head, and a body, but no torso? Do caterpillars like to tend to supporting colum of stone's every need? Or is that name misleading by nature? Speaking of nature, why are the children of animals called offspring? don't many young beasts come alive in spring, and thus, should be called onspring? Heeeeeeyy..... I got the first post on a page for the first time. Who knows; it may happen again. What the... It did happen again... and again...

YEAH! I'M ENCOUNTERING PROTODERMIS!

#3 Offline Ice the Great

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Posted Oct 23 2011 - 10:42 AM

Simply yes, dude. Thet look like they could bomb an army at anytime. AND you incoporated working shooters.

Only a few. The other ones, you kind of have to imagine them shooting lasers or something. Although, to be honest, I wish I could've found a way to mount a Kanoka launcher on one of this Falcons.

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