Definitely one of the better B5 movies released, pity it wasn't longer. Could have done with more fireworks, too.
About this creation
This particular moc, intended for a friendly moc-off, represents a snippet of the near-end battle senquence with Sheridan and his nukesuit trying to get aboard the artifact.
In the background, a Minbari Sharlin class warcruiser and a Thirdspace alien fighter's weapon fire.
Admittedly the warcruiser is pretty pathetic as a microscale model, but it's only meant to be seen from one angle.
It's also the only one on mocpages, so it gets to be a little poorly put together.
The old grey on the suit was deliberate, to add a bit of texture in place of a printed torso.
The thing appears to be blue during the scene, but aboard the station, collecting the bomb, it's clearly grey.
Of course, it's all a lie.
Liberal use of forced perspective renders this scene only tolerable from one angle.
From left to right: Sheridan and his navigation pack, the Sharlin class warcruiser, minus the rear propulsion fin.
Here's most of the scene, without the bit at the end with the thermonuclear device, tentacled monster and 'in the fullness of time' quote.
Oh, right, the quote; I was going to do this instead, but it's not as funny without the voice tones:
"I seem to have used up the last of my fuel getting out of the artifact. Can you swing by and pick me up on your way in?"
"Of course. In the fullness of time."
"And how long is that? This isn't funny Delenn."
"Yes it is."
"Oh no, it isn't!"
Truth be told, I couldn't think of any other movie to do.
Never heard of hime.
Actually, Pursuitism is a doctrine of chasing set previews; I think you mean Purism. Yes, he does appear to be one on initial inspection, I think I'll add him to my collection of favorite brickshelf members.