This page is for most of the detail shots for the RAGS-OC-01. Also for display are nude crew photos, but be aware the crew are all hairy hippies.
About this creation
The Ragnarock01 is the first ship I've made that's multi-leveled. The interior isn't as nice as many models I've seen, but it's my best to date :)
If you're here for the nude hippy photos, you may be relieved to know they weren't able to remember the day of their photo shoot. Or you may be dissaponted. Either way, here's a variety of the innards of the Ragnarock01. If you want to see the outside, checkout the menu bar on the left.
There’s a removable water pump near the rear hatches; removable to show the details on it. Since the Ragnarock01 is a flying tank, onboard fires would be deadly very quickly. But thinking back if the fire cut off access to the pump in any way, it would become useless.
The motors for the gravity rings are located here. The black walkway between the gears is just low enough to let a minifig crawl through, and the ladder on the right of the pic is how to get to the cockpit.
Thanks to the super armor of the ship, as well as it’s unmatched maneuverability (in it’’s size class anyway), there’s almost no need for medical supplies. There is a stretcher onboard, but the basic mantra of any RAGS-OC crew is: “If you’re hit hard enough to need it, you’re dead anyway.”
There’s the sparse medical equipment next to a small sink (also a first for me!). It’s very basic, and at best can only stabilize a patient until they can be gotten safely off the ship. Mommy for kissing your bruised knees not included.
The engine blocks can all be removed for maintenance; here’s an animated gif of the main thrusters. They work on the same principle as the gravity rings in that they influence dark matter. Or gravity waves. The stuff that makes us not floaty into space thingy.
The battery covers are ‘disguised’ as missile pods. The white joystick bases total 12 on each side, with 12 more stored inside each pod (imaginary), for a total of 48 micro missiles. The 6 brown ones that rest at the top are on articulated mounts, giving them a larger firing arc to add to their impressive maneuverability. They’re unofficially called ‘Doobie Missiles,’ but no one seems to know why.
The ‘Angry Face Turret’ is named for it’s red targeting lenses. Four .50 caliber machine guns with a 1,000 round drum help it live up to this name. It’s equipped when short-range combat is known to be heavy.
The FWOP (For When the Omnipotent are Pissed) cannon is the standard issue for the Ragnarock01. It’s an impressive long-range weapon, more than capable of disabling ships much larger than the one it’s riding on. And thanks to the ‘go anywhere’ capability of the Ragnarock01, it can bombard enemy targets from multiple locations in a short range of time. See the pic for more info.
These are of the cockpit/turret. It’s one piece when it’s removed, but either one can only be accessed from the main deck. I’m not entirely happy with it for some reason, but I am glad I have a ship with a decent cockpit finally (seats 3).
This is wickedly good! So many interesting techniques and attention to detail in one MoC, absolutely amazing! And the ship itself is very intimmedating (is this the correct spelling?) in an awesome way!
this ship is madly complicated. It would have been better to me if you had simplified its shape and form.
The reason i gave you the 4 stars was because 1.its huge 2.it has a lot of great features.
you shouldn't have tryed to make it so complicated and you should have focused on the ship itself rather then its features. (this is constructive critisism)
Sweet cap ship. It uses so many techniques no one but you would have ever thought of (i.e. the battery pack fins, motorized gravity rings, you know what I'm talking about). The engines are actually similar to what I wanted to do on the Memnonia. Unfortunately, I only had one chrome drill assembly. As usual, your color scheme is disorganized, but at least you tried to keep it symmetrical. This color scheme has become your trademark. And the construction is such that I wouldn't feel right giving it less than a 5.