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Halo - Eye of Chaos Construction Journal: Entry 2
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Entry 2



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Finished Work





3/18/10 - Well, the last couple of months have been nothing short of the most difficult days I've ever experienced with work. That, compounded with what little time I had for building being dedicated to Phipson's MOCathalon (and, of course, my soap operas, cartoon watching, and naps), the result has been a frustratingly slow period for the ol' E.O.C.

But, life has finally shown me some mercy, and now I've come far enough along from Journal Entry 1 to post some more WIP shots. So let's get to it...




Here you can see the "spinal column" of the SHIP laid out, and the elements I've created to secure everything in place.




Once the technic bricks where attached, I was able to pick up the entire structure and carry it as easily as Chris Phipson carries a social disease. This stability is a vast improvement over the central core of my Invisible Hand MOC, and I'm looking forward to the EOC being able travel well (to various conventions) once completed...couldn't do that with the Hand as it was just too fragile.




This is the aft section, and here you can see plates now being added to the spine, along with the eyelet that steel wires will attach to for hanging of the SHIP.




In this shot, the spine is now completely enclosed. A combination of studs up work, and SNOT work form the side wall which the wing units will fit into. I'm also pretty happy with the method shown here for creating this portion of the ship's body. With part of the side walls being plates, I can easily access the interior of the spine, should stress fractures begin to occur, or any adjustments need to be made. That was another major problem with the Invisible Hand...I was constantly having to get to the inner portion of the ship, but had no simple way to access it. Now access should be about as easy as a cheerleader on prom night.




So now we've got the very front section of the SHIP basically in it's finished state. I used the reference shots as a guide for the general shape, and then deviated from any details where it seemed fun or visually interesting.




This kind of stuff has got to be my favorite part of building these SHIPs. Each section has so much fun greeb work and detail that it functions almost as a smaller MOC in and of itself. Working out the surface texture, placing the windows, and adding all of the greebling was a blast. By the way, these two "forked" sections are both easily removed; another theme in this build. The idea is that when finished, I should be able to break this whole beast down into manageable sections that can be transported and re-assembled in a short period of time. That's the PLAN, mind you. Now if it actually works, I'll be as utterly stunned as all of you.




This is small prototype I put together for the wing elements. They'll be studs out, making for a smooth surface on all sides. They include technic pins which sit hidden beneath the wing's surface...




...and attach directly to the hull. This, once again, will hopefully allow me to easily remove/attach the large wing sections.




Since I've been limited on reference shots with the Spirit of Fire, The EOC will inevitably have numerous detail areas where it deviates considerably from it's sister ship. Here I took advantage of that to throw in some fun stuff. I've incorporated several docking areas, some with the doors down and others with them up, where ships and cargo can be moved to platforms and launched from the main ship.




And finally I thought I'd just throw in a quick pic of a small portion of the underside that I went ahead and tackled. One thing I got a kick out of was the slight angular parts you see the arrows pointing to. Nothing extraordinary. Just standard plates attached with one end higher than the other to form that angle, but I thought it was a nice little touch...and after all, doesn't everyone deserve a nice little touch now and again?



Alright, that's a wrap for this one. Hopefully life will be kind to me and it won't be too long before I report back in to you guys (you're the ones keeping me going on this!). Thanks, as always for stopping in, and I'll see you next time!



Comments

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  April 12, 2014
You have WAY too much time on your hands!!!!!
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  March 29, 2012
So wait, your a spy?!!.....and thease are very interesting to look at
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  March 29, 2012
So wait, your a spy?!!.....and thease are very interesting to look at
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  March 21, 2012
Quoting J C Hi i want to know do you have blueprint of the spirit of fire if yes can you send it to me?
I'm very fortunate to have been given access to some of the original digital work at Bungi, but I'm afraid I can't share those images, as it would consitute a copyright infringement. Sorry, I can't help.
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  March 19, 2012
Hi i want to know do you have blueprint of the spirit of fire if yes can you send it to me?
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  August 25, 2010
well i m no halo fan,but i like documentaries, and if the subject involves a record breaking lego spaceship a la kelso! i m hooked! wow,your advanced techniques are appreciated here! i don t build ships[for now]and it makes me want to do one, wood mixed with lego? incredible,i think it s a much better solution then glue!i can understand your love for this, as you despict it well,you inspire me for a future city story,as before i saw this,i never figured a way to suspend a heavy ship! your project is a wish come true for a lot of people,and i think the way you improve your skills,with each creations,[especially your ships]this can only lead to some fame outside the lego world! something wonderful [exerpt from the movie 2010]can t wait until you try these ships! alright good luck on your projects!
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  June 17, 2010
Hey Mark. I just put a Nebulon-B Frigate up. I only spent two days on it but it might be worth a look to you. Also, I cant wait until this thing is done, I was a huge fan of Halo Wars.
Mark Kelso
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That LDD Guy
  April 23, 2010
Good work, but you will be needing some more bricks. May I suggest this? http://cgi.ebay.com/Lot-ONE-MILLION-1-000-000-Lego-Parts-Pieces-NEW-/170476078142?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item27b12a843e Still might need more though.
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  April 22, 2010
Hi Mark, I've discovered that a french AFOL (I don't know him) has began to make his own "Invinsible hand", it's just a start and far from your version, but maybe it could be interesting for you ;-) http://www.legopirate.fr/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=31&t=5604
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  April 11, 2010
I being a huge fan of Halo love this creation. This could be the next invisible hand! I cannot wait to see this support craft finished. Keep on brickin'!
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  April 6, 2010
Quoting Mark Kelso Wow, Ryan...thanks! I might take you up on that. I've got plans to do my own, but if that falls through I'll check back with you. (if you end up doing some, I'll be sure to credit you for the work, too!)
Aye Sir! If things dont work, then Please Send a list of all the decals you would like made (Grating, Symbols, labels, ECT.) to my E-Mail adress here?>> rkj.russianblue@comcast.net I also got a new drawing package and I will try to make the best decals I possibly can.
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  April 2, 2010
Amazing, if i tried to build that then i would probably take years (just for that bit!). Well anyway I always draw inpiration from your and other creations and since Lent (Yeah I go to a catholic school and for forty day/forty nights you have to give something up. I gave up the internet (except for school uses(mind you I was still making a lot of MOCs))) is over its time to get MOCing!!!!!
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  April 1, 2010
OMG!! Ahh cool!! (CALMS DOWN) Firstly this rocks i love halo plus the greebling rocks. I am sooo inspiered by youre work.
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  March 31, 2010
I love it! It's AWSOME!!!!!
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  March 31, 2010
You are a step ahead of me. Lee.
  March 31, 2010
Good Morning Mr. Kelso, Even though you have told us that today has been on your calendar, I would just like to remind you that today is Judgment day. http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/10770 Thank you and have fun judging.
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  March 26, 2010
So amazing! Can't wait to see more!
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  March 26, 2010
WOW that is just awesome! amazing! spectacular! nice one. :)
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  March 25, 2010
OMG OMG OMG OMG. (OMG OMG OMG OMG....)
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  March 24, 2010
Oh ok. Feel free to delete that comment. It is now a void statement. Sorry eggy pop. I misunderstood.
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  March 24, 2010
Quoting ODST serial 142-761 What I'd like is to see your Invisible Hand duke it out with this! one MASSIVE mess!
Ha! And imagine the sweet pile of Lego left behind!
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  March 24, 2010
What I'd like is to see your Invisible Hand duke it out with this! one MASSIVE mess!
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  March 24, 2010
Quoting paul yperman I've allways wondered if someone could be interested in a construction journal. The answer is yes. I've got sticked to my screen looking at the details, and to say it your sometimes nasty spirit, it's not what you got but how you use it and with the arrows it all makes sense. I was wondering if it's build in old gray or in the bluish gray. Anyway, it's looking great and it might be an idea for me, instead of building something and then photoshop the whole thing, I could let people know how it's done. Keep on building.
Thanks, Paul. I like to do the journals so others can see how I approach the large scale projects. If they decide to do one at some point for themselves, they'll have this to look back on and refer to, or avoid making the same mistakes I've made. Oh, and I'm using almost entirely bleys. There are a few old greys here and there just for color contrast, but it's mostly the new color.
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  March 24, 2010
Quoting Rogue Shadow I've decided to build a massive scale SHIP (I love that phrase), but how did you attatch the laser cannons? I see that you used binocular pieces, (under the deck near the front of the SHIP) but what are the peices they connect to?
Stick the larger end of the binoculars into the clip end of a "plate, modified 1 x 1 with vertical clip." (using Bricklink terminology here.) You can then attach the clip plate to the underside of another Lego element. ;)
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  March 24, 2010
I've allways wondered if someone could be interested in a construction journal. The answer is yes. I've got sticked to my screen looking at the details, and to say it your sometimes nasty spirit, it's not what you got but how you use it and with the arrows it all makes sense. I was wondering if it's build in old gray or in the bluish gray. Anyway, it's looking great and it might be an idea for me, instead of building something and then photoshop the whole thing, I could let people know how it's done. Keep on building.
Mark Kelso
A Warrior of Cerinia .
  March 23, 2010
I've heard that the orignial 360's are very cheap. The ones in stores are new models. An orignial can be bought for less than $100 I think. It functions the same. But the games put a hole in your pocket. And have you decided on what to make ather this is done? Halo wise?
Mark Kelso
A Warrior of Cerinia .
  March 23, 2010
"Build it. And they would come." Put Foward Unto Dawn on your list of creations to build. And what about a minifig sized Blood Gultch? (I think that's what it's called)
  March 23, 2010
I've decided to build a massive scale SHIP (I love that phrase), but how did you attatch the laser cannons? I see that you used binocular pieces, (under the deck near the front of the SHIP) but what are the peices they connect to?
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  March 23, 2010
Quoting A Warrior of Cerinia . I've heard that the orignial 360's are very cheap. The ones in stores are new models. An orignial can be bought for less than $100 I think. It functions the same. But the games put a hole in your pocket. And have you decided on what to make ather this is done? Halo wise?
Yeah, and the time I'd spend playing would REALLY eat into my build time (which is scarce these days, anyway!). At some point I would LOVE to try a Forward Unto Dawn. That is one BADAZZ ship design!
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  March 23, 2010
Quoting Silver Fox whoever said 'I admire your stupidity,' was that aimed at me, mark Kelso or someone else?
No, I think you misunderstood...Eggy said "I admire your bravery." I said "there's a fine line between bravery and st*pidity (thus suggesting I might be crazy for attempting this project). He then responded by saying "I admire your st*pidity then"...It's all in fun.
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  March 23, 2010
Quoting Ryan Jackson Oh, by the way, Would you like some custom decals to place on your ship?
Wow, Ryan...thanks! I might take you up on that. I've got plans to do my own, but if that falls through I'll check back with you. (if you end up doing some, I'll be sure to credit you for the work, too!)
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  March 23, 2010
Oh, by the way, Would you like some custom decals to place on your ship?
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  March 23, 2010
whoa! looking good mark, keep it up!
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  March 23, 2010
That's awesome! I would love to make the Valkyrie (my flagship) at this scale, but I can't afford it.
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  March 23, 2010
You should add a couple mini ships, to scale for the finished product, assuming you have pieces left over.
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  March 23, 2010
Quoting Grant Miller I think the real question is... are you avid Halo fan, like myself, or just recreating a ship you liked? Because your position in my who's who of Lego will rise or fall depending upon this.
Ha! Ya know, that's not a very equitable way to judge a builder or the quality one of his creations, but I think I see your point. And yeah...I have to admit to being a pretty big Halo fan (despite the flack it gets around here). I got hooked on it from the very first game. The only problem these days is that I can't afford a 360 *sigh*...I spend too much on Lego!!! ;) Thank God for Halo-obsessed friends!
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  March 22, 2010
I think the real question is... are you avid Halo fan, like myself, or just recreating a ship you liked? Because your position in my who's who of Lego will rise or fall depending upon this. BTW awesome build, I can't wait to see this completed, and when it is the entire Halo community will know.
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  March 22, 2010
First, thx for adding me in your favorite builders list. It's a real honnor. second, to answer what you replied, I would say a table is fine as long as you don't envelop it with legos and make people believe it's a lego creation. I meant cheating in regards of this beautiful ship you made because it's hidden inside. I'm a lego integrist as you can guess and I only use lego genuine parts for my creations. Even for the lighting system, even if it's a pain in the ass, even if beautiful creations get turned to a big pile of bricks during transportation. So say we all !
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  March 22, 2010
Quoting steve emmenegger Using a wooden piece as the core of the ship is cheating.
So, is using a table to set your MOC on cheating? I ask because most MOCs use the floor, or a table, or some sort of horizontal surface to rest on as support for their structure. Since this will be hanging, the board functions as a table would.
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  March 22, 2010
I have a real admiration for your work... But... Using a wooden piece as the core of the ship is cheating. It is actually possible to do the same with legos. I believe that bulding lego ships tough enough for transport should be part of the engeneering and design of these. Makes it more realistic. But I forgive you as I know lego officials use wood or metal...
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  March 21, 2010
AWESOME!!!!!
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  March 21, 2010
thats freakin sweet, keep on building dude!
  March 21, 2010
Lookin' awesome. By the way, if you're still looking for reference pics, you can always send me an email and I'll try to take some photos of the Spirit of Fire from the game. Did you know there are two missions that take place entirely on the surface of the ship's hull? Anyway, keep up the awesome work. EDIT: Well I just noticed someone else already said all this stuff, but anyway. :P
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  March 21, 2010
I just hope that wood beam won't break.
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  March 21, 2010
nice job, the ship is very impressive! and also, do you accept people that ask you to look at stuff, or do you only comment if the link was to a moc that wasnt made by the person that commented the moc? just curios! =P
Mark Kelso
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Sander Salamander (Darth Revan II)
  March 20, 2010
Very great disign ! i love the detail and the smoothness of it . Would you mind checking out this ? => http://mocpages.com/moc.php/192952 <= its also a halo ship , you need to see it and put your oppinion about it =D the creator would love some ideas =D
Mark Kelso
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Sander Salamander (Darth Revan II)
  March 20, 2010
Very great disign ! i love the detail and the smoothness of it . Would you mind checking out this ? => http://mocpages.com/moc.php/192952 <= its also a halo ship , you need to see it and put your oppinion about it =D the creator would love some ideas =D
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  March 20, 2010
Hi Mark, I was wondering if you would be able to be a judge for my contest... we're on the semi-finals and a judge dropped out. I was just wondering if you'd be willing or not, you know, because I don't think anyone would doubt your vote! XD Well, tell me what you think, I'd be honored if you would, and if you don't want to, if you could find another respectable judge for me I would extremely appreciate it! Thanks! Flare Side note: There are only 3 participants in the semi-finals. XD So you wouldn't have that much work. So tell me sometime on one of my MOCs or wherever. Thanks.
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  March 20, 2010
Quoting Pedro the Puerto Rican ...will the front section of the SHIP be more bulked on the bottom of it? It looks rather skinny? Or am I wrong? Pedro
You are quite correct, sir! Yeah, there will be an entire ventral section to the ship, with everything below what you see here being basically studs-down. That will be tackled once I've completed the entire dorsal section and the construction is hanging...can't add the bottom until I've hung the top. ;)
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  March 20, 2010
Very impressive !
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  March 20, 2010
Very impressive !
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  March 20, 2010
Wow. Im impressed with the work you've done so far! Im looking forward for the finished product, and I must say, this is one heck of a build your tackling! And can I say, will the front section of the SHIP be more bulked on the bottom of it? It looks rather skinny? Or am I wrong? Ahh I'll catch you later Mark, Invisible Hand is one big headache!- Pedro
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  March 20, 2010
Amazing,how did you get so many bricks?
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  March 20, 2010
Amazing,how did you get so many bricks?
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  March 20, 2010
Magneficent!!!!!
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  March 20, 2010
Quoting Dave Kaleta I'm bringing termites to BW, wha'chu think about THAT!?!
Fortunately Jones has enough wood to feed 'em all week long. I shouldn't have to worry!
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  March 20, 2010
Quoting Matthew David are you planning on allowing yourself to deviate from the purist path just enough to allow another emblem like on the IH?
Indeed I am! The wing elements will have both the "Eye of Chaos" and the UNSC emblem on them if all goes as planned.
Mark Kelso
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Blade Bat
  March 19, 2010
Don't you have the Apocalypsis to be working on? I knew a Halo kiddie could never finish what he starts. BTW you should have Master chef flying out the window or would that remove from the place of Halo kiddie god? Ok smack talk a side now looks like things are coming along great even if it is Halo and when is the next Apocalypsis coming out.
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  March 19, 2010
are you planning on allowing yourself to deviate from the purist path just enough to allow another emblem like on the IH?
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  March 19, 2010
Are you planning on my making a battle scene? :P I've never seen this ship before, having barely played Halo, but I really like its design. I look forward to seeing the end result. If only I had your stock of LEGOs....
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  March 19, 2010
Will the cannons be capable of blasting holes into your bank acount?
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  March 19, 2010
I'm bringing termites to BW, wha'chu think about THAT!?!
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  March 19, 2010
I dont really know what to say except that all your work really paid off on this increible build!
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  March 19, 2010
Master Chef? I didn't know he was into cooking... :P Great build, can't wait to see it done!
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  March 19, 2010
Love it! Keep up the great work. It's great to see the model come together with the journal entries! Hope your money holds out so you can finish it :)
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  March 19, 2010
wow! it's coming along nicely, I can't wait to see it finished!
  March 19, 2010
I admire your stupidity.
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  March 19, 2010
When I saw the wood, I thought "Hey, that's not LEGO!" But when you covered it up, it was impossible to notice. I am a sucker for huge lego ships as well. Especially Halo. I know it's difficult to make, but I'd quite like to make a huge minifig scale covenant cruiser (Or a phantom if I don't have enough purple pieces) 22/10
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  March 19, 2010
Quoting Sebeus I Very impressive, did you actually drew a plan or is it all in your head ? besides making the thing accurate you also make a solid intern structure so I was wondering, great job already
Not a lot of pre-planning, really. Although my experiences from putting together another six-footer (Invisible Hand) a while back are helping out. I'm following a similar creative process, and then hopefully making some improvements in areas that seemed structurally weak on the last one.
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  March 19, 2010
Quoting Jeff F. (Freela) I can't help wondering: In the refrence pictures, the 'wings' have two large lights on them, do you intend to incorporate some sort of lights there? Adding a light-up function would, I think, make it that much more accurate.
Ya know, I gave that some considerable thought. But whether it was sheer laziness (probably), or the notion that money spent on lights could go towards more Lego, I'm going light-less on this one. But hey, that's why God invented photoshop...we'll get some lighting in some of the final pics one way or another!
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  March 19, 2010
The hoped-for strength and detachable sections for portability seem to be working out nicely, Mark. The docking bays are a superb idea, and I simply love the nose section. The gun turrets there had me going "kachow! kachow! kachow!" while eyeballin' it. Remind me to steal your van when you take the EoC to your first con . . . what, a guy like me needs a van!
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  March 19, 2010
Oh this looks mean and very utterly cool! Dude, so many details! It looks so real!
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  March 19, 2010
Obviously, you've never been to a Central Oregon prom...in rodeo country, your lucky to hold on for 8 seconds. Oh, and please, stop tittilating Shifu, children are watching.;^) Nice to see that you've made considerable progress since your last report and the greeble fest makes me tingle in places that, well, you know.~H
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  March 19, 2010
ARRRRRGH !!!!! Well ! this one looks ..... very solid, but ..... will it be able to come in france one day ????? huk huk huk !!!!
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  March 19, 2010
My lord.
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  March 19, 2010
I don't like halo but your spaceship is awesome!
Mark Kelso
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commander sidewinder
  March 18, 2010
Sweet, i'm glad I'm the first to comment on it, Great detail and the overall moc is amazing, usually I would complain about there being a 2x4 in there, but the massive size of the ship seems to bend the rules a-bit, can't wait to see more!
Mark Kelso
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Nunoyo Bizznizz
  March 18, 2010
Mmmmmm...Lego pron!
Mark Kelso
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A Warrior of Cerinia .
  March 18, 2010
So if you can't finish it Mr. Kelso, it least you tried. But I know that you WILL and CAN finish it. It looks amaizing already! Now if you can get Sean Kenney to help... It'll be done quicker. And he probaly has enough bricks to build ten of these.
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  March 18, 2010
I can't help wondering: In the refrence pictures, the 'wings' have two large lights on them, do you intend to incorporate some sort of lights there? Adding a light-up function would, I think, make it that much more accurate.
  March 18, 2010
Mark, it's really of hard to imagine what this whole thing will look like once it's finished (assuming that it will be : ] ). The completed sections are amazing standing alone, and I cannot wait to see what they look like once everything comes together. I'll have to talk to you a bit later about this creation. Great work! -Dylan
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  March 18, 2010
been following your work on this. Great work, looking foward to the finished product
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  March 18, 2010
So let me guess. You're a best selling author as well? I noticed you had a website for your artwork and my curiosity got the better of me. My respect for your artistic talents has increased tenfold. As far as the Eye of Chaos goes, my only question is whether or not it'll surpass your previous masterpieces in terms of sheer awesomeness. Incredible artwork. I would defenitly consider buying few original pieces if my meager budget allowed but alas, my favorite pieces aren't available in print. Good luck on the rest of the Eye. Keep on building! ~ Nowhereman
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  March 18, 2010
Dang Kelso, this is gonna be epic...
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  March 18, 2010
*writes* cheer..leader...on..a..prom..night. Ok, got it man, cheers for the tip!
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  March 18, 2010
Very impressive, did you actually drew a plan or is it all in your head ? besides making the thing accurate you also make a solid intern structure so I was wondering, great job already
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  March 18, 2010
This is incredible! I cannot wait to see the finished product. But I clearly have a LOOOOONG time to wait. Oh well, it'll be worth it.
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  March 18, 2010
Wow. A genius at work :-D
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  March 18, 2010
Amazing! I can't wait man!
  March 18, 2010
Is this minifigure scale? That would be awesome
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  March 18, 2010
It is just amazing. How much lego do you own? Can't wait for it to be completed.
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  March 18, 2010
Boy, I sure wish I could do something like that. I'd never be able to get that many pieces, I just couldn't afford it. I'd have a blast making something like that. I'm sure this ship will come out good.
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  March 18, 2010
Boy, I sure wish I could do something like that. I'd never be able to get that many pieces, I just couldn't afford it. I'd have a blast making something like that. I'm sure this ship will come out good.
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  March 18, 2010
I can't wait to see the finished ship.
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  March 18, 2010
If I had so much Lego that the drawers full of them filled the whole background, I'd be broke. I really can't say "Good job" because it's better than good, so, good luck on this.
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  March 18, 2010
Yes, there is a fine line there. And you crossed it LONG ago! I really, REALLY liked the "forked" sections and the cargo/landing bays were an inspired touch! Now, we talked about how this won't be "done" for brickworld this year... sooo... you remember what else we talked about? hmmm... I'm telling you dude. Kelso plus (youknowwhat) equals genius! Congratulations on your dedication to this one. I'm really pullin for ya and can't wait to see it done! ~ Chris.
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  March 18, 2010
Brilliant work :-D
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  March 18, 2010
Yet again, you've shown me another reason why I should bow to a shrine made in your name.
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  March 18, 2010
Coming along nicely, looks great!
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  March 18, 2010
Quoting Pierre Fieschi I admire your courage.
There's a fine line between courage and stupidity! ;)
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  March 18, 2010
I admire your courage ;)
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  March 18, 2010
Wonderful. Greeble-tastic & detail-issimo.
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  March 18, 2010
Awesome!, Mark
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  March 18, 2010
That's quite the impressive ship, collection and organization....
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  March 18, 2010
This is impressive!
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  March 18, 2010
This is very interesting; coming along nicely. I envy your greeblefest.
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  March 18, 2010
What detailed work! Very nice, but I keep going back to the main pic and drooling over your organization bins.
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  March 18, 2010
sweet ship! i dont know much about HAlO(everyone should know a little bit about it) but i do know enough to say that thats awsome. great work. i cant wait for the finished product. : )
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  March 18, 2010
Amazing shots, Kelso! It's not done but it already tittilates! We'll be waiting for the great unveiling!
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  March 18, 2010
That's insane! Can't wait for the finished product!
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  March 18, 2010
Not a big fan of Halo, but I like this build. Looks fun and greebly! I'd much rather see this than another star destroyer! keep it up!
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  March 18, 2010
This is going to be unbelievable when it's finished! The completed sections look fantastic, and that spine is a great idea.
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  March 18, 2010
Regardless, that is an awesome ship. Great job on the front too, it has a lot of nice greebling. I can't wait to see the finished product. ~Waff
  March 18, 2010
Quoting Mark Kelso Now access should be about as easy as a cheerleader on prom night!
I don't even want to know...
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  March 18, 2010
Not to be mean, but FINALLY ANOTHER BUILD JOURNAL POST!!! I thought you gave up! Anyway..... I can't wait for the finished version of this. It's coming together nicely, and good luck with the wings!
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  March 18, 2010
Wow. Sir, all of your creations are eye poping, jaw droping master pieces, but the fact that this is Halo is just totally.....I have no word....Sheer Godly Perfection! Now, if you'll excuse me while go soil myself then cry mysself to sleep. ;)
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  March 18, 2010
Impressive. I like how you are making the spine. Great job on the greebs! This is going to be incredible once it's done.
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  March 18, 2010
Looks like it's coming along brilliantly. When you finish, if you happen to take pictures of it in front of a blue or green screen, I would LOVE to get a chance to make a little promo for it, making it move across the screen like The Spirit of Fire did in the Intro/Trailer for the game. If you'd like to see a proof of concept, I've done a test with my modest halo ship: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/152758 but I haven't posted it on youtube or mocpages yet. Just an idea...regardless, I can't wait to see this beast completed.
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  March 18, 2010
Great job so far can't wait to see the next journal!
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  March 18, 2010
Nice build, it shows a lot of details on how much work you put into it... Looking better already! ~Ryan
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  March 18, 2010
Ah I see - this was the reason why you only participate two times in Moc Athalon! :D Okay joke aside - this is awesome, like every time! - Kevin
 
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