In the Second Galactic War, the Centuri Worlds constructed massive ringed colonies to specialize for the war effort. Among the few dozen that existed, one in particular acquired notoriety above all others. Sabota was a mining facility to extract resources from a derelict artifact dated around the destruction of Earth. However, its workers soon fell ill within the mines. A decision was made to import POWs to substitute for the labor. Things did not go well for them. In the mines surrounding the biospheres, few lived past six months and none survived for more than a year. For this, Sabota acquired the infamous name “The Death Ring.” The mere mention of it will bring most new captives into cooperation, for the notion of being sent to The Sabota Death Ring meant a certain and most agonizing demise.
I love the square within a circle from a geometrical point of view, but from a space station point of view, I'm not sure. Oh well, what do I know? It's science FICTION, right? The beauty of part repetition combined with inventive parts usage. Another Nannan classic!
I like it
March 14, 2010
This is quite impressive. A carefully detailed, unique creation.
Incredible design. I like the round shape of it, and also the very detailed center square. This is absolutely one of my favourites.
I like it
March 11, 2010
Dang, a space concentration camp... that's pretty sinister. Don't suppose anyone ever made a Great Escape, did they? Awesome construction with those flexible parts. The ring and center both look fantastic.
First off, intriguing backstory. The MOC definitely gives the feeling of doom albeit the "glowing" blue bubbles. What part is the blue bubble? Also, I cannot distinguish the part holding the outer ring to to the centerpiece. It looks like a metal clip of some sort. As always, a great build from you!