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A-10 Asimov
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Needs considerably more work, but I've exhausted most of my available inspiration, and other projects require attention. Once again, "good enough" will have to suffice. Used custom parts in a couple places for quick-and-dirty design solutions.

Onwards, once more, to the next endeavor.
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Scrubs
3 years ago
If you post your flickr renders here I'll definitely update the homepage with one of them
Citrine
3 years ago
Awesome! It deserves to be on the front page no doubt.
WyndGekko
3 years ago
Great work and amazing greebling
Swqrd
3 years ago
O_O

my mind exploded.
Swqrd
3 years ago
O_O

my mind exploded.
Swqrd
3 years ago
whoops.
Neckhorse
3 years ago
Yet another awesome design! I believe you've got a stray pin-with-stud at the bottom.
MrBrick
3 years ago
Wow. That's incredible!
LWProductions
3 years ago
This is...


Wait for it...
























INCREDIBLE!

BEAUTIFUL!

JUST WOW.

You did an amazing job on this, I have to say. It's just amazing and I could just stay here for hours zooming around in the 3D viewer
pluribus
3 years ago
Your use of parts is phenomenal. Wow, just wow!
Bishop1859
3 years ago
Heya, congrats on getting featured on brick vault!

It's a shame he said it didn't count because there are "non lego pieces." XD
Operator011
3 years ago
This is awesome! I really like it, and my mind was completely blown when I saw it. Amazing work!
erf
3 years ago
Wo.
erf
3 years ago
It doesn't even look like Lego.
Encaitarion
3 years ago
Amazing work, but I don't know if the engines could be physicaly built.
IsaiahTSE
3 years ago
This is just mindblowing!
Tero
3 years ago
Bonkers!
ttt_ok
3 years ago
Speechless!!!
adambrickover
3 years ago
What a very creative model you've made
Emmet_
3 years ago
Too laggy
ragnakim
2 years ago
my god... this is beautiful
Electroweak5
2 years ago
This has an insane amount of detail.
Electroweak5
2 years ago
Are the side engines connected? It looks like the cylinder bricks are just inserted through a hole.
Holy frickin crap, that's awesome!!! How long did that take to build? (ima noob)
Electroweak5
2 years ago
The bottom big macaroni pieces are missing now for some reason
StepsiPepsi
2 years ago
How did you get the engine to glow?
Rudi
2 years ago
mooi ding pik maar ik weet niet wat het is
pokerJ
2 years ago
absolutely awesome build but is it a real ship or a custom one?
noblebunny
2 years ago
@pokerJ
Design is fully custom. I referenced quite a few images of diesel/jet engines to get inspiration for the greebling, but the ship itself isn't based on any pre-existing work.
pokerJ
2 years ago
This is an awesome build and I am wondering if I can use this in a story I'm making cause my main character is in need of a ship, mind if I use this?
RoninCatz
2 years ago
This has to be my number 1 favorite space ship on Mecabricks!
RoninCatz
2 years ago
And you are underselling yourself by saying that it’s only “good enough”, this is the BEST ship I have seen on Mecabricks
EricTennisGod
2 years ago
Holy I just realized how big this is 0-0
Phoenics_space
2 years ago
The engine...















Its so cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SpaceBuilder101
2 years ago
Dude. You are SERIOUSLY underestimating your skills when you say that this is "good enough". THIS IS ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!!! You are an amazing builder!
AmyOak
1 year ago
Youve got the perfect engine design, Do you start with your engines and build a shell arround it? whatever youre doing it works
noblebunny
1 year ago
@AmyOak
I typically "sketch" out a basic hull skeleton and just add details/refinement from there. Major detail elements like engines/thrusters are usually handled as "separate" modules, and completed well before the rest of the ship.

The overall process isn't actually that complex, per-say - but everything goes through many layers of refinement and iteration. Nothing is random. Every detail has a purpose. All the fine balancing matters.

The downside to this design process is that it's slow as hell and requires an obscene amount of time. This ship, alone, took around two and a half months to chip down in my spare time. I honestly envy 2D artists who can just photobash out a sick ship or character in like eight hours. Need to pick up that skillset someday.
StuffyBoy23
8 months ago
Hey, is it ok if i use the engine for a platform or something?
noblebunny
8 months ago
@StuffyBoy23
Sure, just make to credit me if you use my work.
StuffyBoy23
8 months ago
Alright, thanks! GREAT build by the way!
SpecterVamp
1 month ago
Love this build. The greebling is fantastic, and I especially admire the engine details. I like the discreet usage of the police caps for details as well.

Since I am looking into building a large spaceship myself pretty soon, can you give me a tip? What hinge did you use to support those side wing-things?

My chromebook nearly crashed when I opened this in editor to try and figure out some techniques so I don't think I will be trying that any time soon
noblebunny
1 month ago
For a display-only build like this, I will just rig the components into position with simple hinges and then gut out the interior to keep the part count down (I will only design for true structure if paid to do so - otherwise it's just an extremely moronic waste of time/energy).

If you wanted to achieve that angle at that scale practically, a linear series of Exo-force joints with some hard collision blocks beneath them to keep them from sagging under gravity would be a viable option. Many, many possible solutions for a section like that, though - it's a simple design transition and you have a lot of internal real estate to work with.
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