After a long period of vacation-caused inactivity, I'm back to my collection of plastic.
About this creation
I built this yesterday, my first MOC after a long vacation to a lakeside cottage with my family. This particular MOC can trace its roots back several years, when I built a small motorcycle/hover vehicle thing. I rebuilt it and toyed with the concept yesterday, and ended up with this jet-propelled beast.
I'm a little unhappy with the photos, though. My camera is broken, so I had to borrow one. I'm not as used to it, and it doesn't focus as well on objects within a foot of the lense, unlike mine. Ah well, at least this is only a tablescrap.
The front battering ram-ish part, and the engine cover, are from the original build a few years back, but the guns, engine cylinders, and jets are new. The gigantic jet engines themselves have been sitting around for months now, MOCless, but now they have a home.
Here's the final shot of our brave pilot, hanging on to the handlebars for dear life. Some say...
Very nice look you've achieved. Maybe I'm reading too much into things, but after the last couple of your MOCs that I just looked at, I'm thinking I might be discerning your style of parts usage. I like it.
Quoting Matt Hanson
The Stig!! I didn't know he tests hover crafts now! Nice MOC....you know...for table scrap.
You're the first person to mention him... I use my Stig-fig to "test" all of my vehicles on how minifigure-compatible they are. Of course I know... I could hardly expect a masterpiece from less than an hour of work. Thanks for commenting.