Ladies and gentlemen,
as a worthy end of the year 2009 for my part, i proudly present my first "Micro-Nano-Whateverscale" Model. Mainly inspired by the Keldabe class battleship (EAW: Forces of Corruption) and the building techniques of some great builders: Mark Kelso, Sven Junga, Matt S, etc. pp.
Classification: Imperator class battleship
Name: Wrath of God
Length: 1800 m
Completement: 96x Kolks (8 sqadrons) / 6x Praetors (To be build)
Armament: 30x Quad MultiPhase Torpedo (MPT) Launcher / 24x Medium Twin MultiPhase Cannons (MPC) / 32x Light Twin MPCs / 4x Medium Quad MPCs / 8x Heavy Triple MPCs / 3x Heavy Quad MPCs / 4x Heavy MultiPhase Superlaser
Bridge tower with shield generators and MPC defense.
The rear with backward MPTs.
Engine in detail.
One of the two sensor arrays.
Main hangar bay with own tractor beam, deflector shield and MPC defense.
The main energy generators for the primary weapons.
The primary weapon: The Heavy MultiPhase Superlaser!!!
And because of its beauty: The best picture one more time!
Happy New Year! - Einen guten Rutsch ins neue Jahr!
wooow... a good friend of mine, who happens to be a big-time Mando fan (what do they call those? Fandalorians?) and absolutely loves Keldabes and Kandosiis, would be drooling over this right now. actually, I'm drooling over it right now. absolutely stunning work. perhaps my only complaint is the superlaser, as I'm not a big fan of superweapons, and also because it just doesn't seem to fit with the rest of the ship.
Excellent! I hardly had to imagine the use of some smaller parts ( first I thought: new bricks, i dont know ?)
I like the thought through technical features.
Real good scaling! I will add it, on my list of my most liked models.
Excellent work here! This build is very refined and clean. Great work and great craftsmanship! (Sorry, this MOC deserves a longer comment, but I can't think of anything to add other than the basics!) 5/5!
How did I miss this? This is spectacular! Not only does it have professional-grade shaping and detailing, it's color choices are prime. The spacecraft genre can be so grey/bley dominant that the black is a breath of fresh air. Marvelous work.
Greeeat. I decided I better do a little recon on my opponent, so I figured I'd check out the creation you had set as your main photo. Wrath of God is right - this is (without being overly hyperbolic) one of the greatest SHIPs I've seen. Right up there alongside Kelso's Rusty Ferret. The gun batteries, in particular, are quite formidable. I'm also a fan of the non-traditional shape overall. I'm doomed.
This comment was written for multiple posts so please excuse the non specific nature of it. You (or your Lego creation) has been nominated for a MOCie award this year. If you would like to write an acceptance speech in the event that you win, please feel free to do so and email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you win, your acceptance speech will be used in the awards ceremony post due out sometime in June. If you are nominated for multiple entries, please be sure to write a response for each entry. Please check this link http://mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=11182&topicid=50162 to see if you’ve been nominated for more than one category. Thanks and good luck! ~ Chris.
Well congratulations...one of my rare excellents to you and an official 'You are ranked up there with the greats', too many favourite things to mention in a measly comment so lets just say WHOOPIE! and leave it at that.
THIS IS TOO COOL!!!
I know a lot of great things I've seen but this is much better it's surely one of my favourites! It's really realy awesome!
All those tiny details! I can't believe someone could make this! W O N D E R F U L L!!!
How long did you work for this like 5 years?!
I would say that I'm speechless (but I'm not ;D)
I really would like one like this in my room!
The ship is grooooovy!!!
BTW you rock!
Why are so many of you guys from Germany, Austria and the Lowlands such good sci-fi builders? (You, Sven, Steef, Space Pirate to name just a few). Great shape, and as Steef pointed out a good mix of greys without it looking messy. Great job.
Can't believe I didn't catch this sooner! Absolutely BEAUTIFUL work!!!! It's times like these that I wish MOCpages had a favorite MOCs folder (like Flickr does), because this is one of those creations I'll come back to again and again. Magnificent!
Like Chris said, add your name to that list of great ship builders. Now.~H
I like it
Dave and John Xandegar
January 2, 2010
We think Sven said it best (in our case, "Wir bin spachlos"). She's truly beautiful, Kevin. We see you've found our "new" MOCpages, and we're ready to start reloading our "Favorite Builders" list. We'd like you to be our first! We're working on the Klingon Warrior now (Danke fur the suggestion)...but it will be a while (He's going to be about 32" tall). Congratulations on ending 2009 with such a fabulous effort-Live Long and Prosper...D&J
Oh man! What a beautiful ship. The engines are really good, and so is the main weapon. But I think what I like most about this is its sleekness (for lack of a better word - all the shapes are really complete) and the fact that you've used dark and light grey together without it getting messy. Wondrous build!
This is the most amazing ship I have seen in ages !
Makes me feel pathetic about my attempts lol... can't wait til I can afford to buy so much parts to make something bigger and better :)
Instead of giving a huge paragraph ranting about how awesome this is; I'll just sum it up by saying that, without question, this gets 5 Vin Diesels out of 5 on the Vin Diesel Awesomeness Scale !
Gosh darnit there's so many awesome details I could spend hours looking over it and I'd still miss half of them! Wait, so I had the smallest little bit to do with the creation of this? Wow, I must have built something awesome and didn't know it! Way to round up the year my friend...
Egads! That's some crazy ship-building skillage! I love all aspects of it! Freakshow firepower; even god would have no defense! The engine structure is spectacular! If you don't mind, I'm gonna "steal" some ideas for my next ship... XD
Sweet as! the shape looks almost suspiciously like the Tantive IV, even the sensor arrays resemble the docking port, plus the mid section and the HUGE engines in the rear. Anyways, nice work man! good way to pull off the year dude!