“To Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone Before!” (Except nebulae, because they really mess with the equipment). With four, yes, four, warp nacelles, Ben Smith’s USS Jefferies can navigate the nastiest nebula. Since transporters can be a bit dicey in there, too, he’s got the Mary-Ann landing ship which slips snugly onto the dorsal hull just above the shuttle bay. Well, Ben, that’s some serious three-dimensional thinking!
Behold the TIE Interrogator, a sleek TIE fighter by NS Brick Designs made to strike fear in the eyes of rebels while providing ears on their transmissions. As majestic as an eagle and as silent as a wasp, this recon fighter is fit for a spy or anyone wishing to see what others don’t while remaining undetected. I could personally see this used by the Inquisitorius from Star Wars Rebels or even Vader himself. Although unlikely, that sure would be cool.
I’ve got to admit, I’m a sucker for NASA’s rockets and I can spend hour gawking at the marvels of human engineering. But NASA ain’t got nothin’ on this ship by halfbeak! With a ton of black, a handful of green, a dash of realism and a pinch of antimatter, what’s not to like? Not to mention a hint of nefarious criminal activity by NASA’s evil twin, NAST (pronounced nasty). Put simply, if NASA were Futuron, NAST would be the Blacktron of space exploration.
"Aura to mission control: This is Captain ZCerberus. Orders received, and coordinates plotted and laid in. Time to roll the hard six..."
"Good hunting, Captain. Control out."
Or something to that effect. That's what I figure builder ZCerberus might say aloud when getting ready to swoosh this baby around his living room. And a few blaster noises, naturally. Anyway, zoom in to see all of the details; from color blocking to greebles. Lots to enjoy!
It might have an awkward name, but it's a graceful craft. This is the Aegnor ZP41352 by builder Faber Mandragora. According to the builder it's a spaceship of the colonial marines used to patrol the stratosphere, but also for quick raids. But despite it's military origins, it's a beautiful and elegant ship. Some excellent photography and editing here, a very striking image.
Bob DeQuatre has been waiting to build this for quite a while now. Exactly three years, in fact. Designed on LDD, he's finally gotten around to building this ship in real bricks. And it's certainly been worth the wait! Gotta love the curves and the color scheme, complete with the massive blasters on each side. And a couple of Classic Space logos thrown in for good measure. Awesome!