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USS Enterprise-D V1.5
Here is my 1.5 version of the USS Enterprise-D from the tv show, Star Trek, The Next Generation
About this creation


This pic really isn't a good one, but it shows a back view of the ship.



The deflector dish. I tried to go with w rounder design and this tan color, and I am pretty happy with it.


This and the next few pics shows the saucer being seperated.








An above view of the Enterprise with the saucer seperated.

Overall, I think this is the final version of the ship. On other words, there proably little chance of the Enterprise-D being built in this scale.
For news on my tank, right now, I am going through my 8th protype. I finally bought parts to make it rotate the turret, so did expect that a few days before or after Christmas.
Till Later
Achintya...........



Comments

 I like it 
  April 7, 2014
I like it. I call the not-saucer-part-of-the-ship-that-becomes-its-own-ship-after-separating-from-the-saucer part "the Nub." I like how the Nub is clearly visible (ok, maybe photo quality was bad this time, but who gives a...) in this creation. Nice job!
 I like it 
  August 12, 2013
Cool. I love your Enterprise. It really proves that someone can go where no man can go before with LEGO bricks!
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  June 10, 2013
You do it well.
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  May 31, 2013
Awesome enterprise d love how you did the neck great job
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  May 30, 2013
Sweet Enterprise! Very 8-bit, but instantly recognizable :)
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  May 25, 2013
Fantastic job!
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  May 18, 2013
amazing good job!!
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  May 6, 2013
Very nice. You did an excellent job capturing the look and design of the original! Congrats.
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  May 5, 2013
Dang, how could I miss this one? The shaping is great, especially regarding the scale of the model. I like how you tackled the tricky neck section of the hull! ~Cheers
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  September 22, 2012
awesome!
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  June 27, 2012
Great work!
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  May 18, 2012
Wow! I bet this was difficult to build.
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  May 14, 2012
The Enterprise-D id one of the most difficult shapes to capture. Good job!
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  May 6, 2012
aha nice work and it separates.The base plate is for scale (few ppl do that)?
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  February 26, 2012
I see you did improve it
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  February 25, 2012
I can see a lot of thought has been put into making this look just right :-) Nice build!
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  January 6, 2012
Pretty good. Me not being a star trek fan myself I dont know much about the enterprise but shouldn't the engines be moved further back? It would look less awkward and it would balance the ship out better. A good build though.
 I like it 
  December 27, 2011
Nice! I see some very compact and well-done building here!
 I made it 
  December 23, 2011
Quoting Nils O. That's cool! The Galaxy Class is already a classic design. You got the shape quite well, only the saucer section is a bit too long (The original design has an elliptical shape which is shorter in the legth). And the Warp nacelles are a little edgy for my taste (I'd like to see a lot of "cheese wedges" on the top) The rest ist fabulous, you got the shape really well. And the extra candy is the seperation function, you got that really well. So, anyway, my five smileys are well deserved for this one :-)) So, when will you build the Sovereign Class Enterprise-E? ;-))
The Enterprise-E will be a long ways ahead,mainly beacuse I am low on parts for all this!
 I like it 
  December 23, 2011
Very nice, I just love it!
 I like it 
  December 23, 2011
That's cool! The Galaxy Class is already a classic design. You got the shape quite well, only the saucer section is a bit too long (The original design has an elliptical shape which is shorter in the legth). And the Warp nacelles are a little edgy for my taste (I'd like to see a lot of "cheese wedges" on the top) The rest ist fabulous, you got the shape really well. And the extra candy is the seperation function, you got that really well. So, anyway, my five smileys are well deserved for this one :-)) So, when will you build the Sovereign Class Enterprise-E? ;-))
 I like it 
  December 17, 2011
good shape there!
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  December 17, 2011
Wow! That's really great! Nice job keeping the color straight! Looks just like the "real" thing! Nice work!
 I like it 
  December 13, 2011
Pretty good job, but I feel that the saucer needs to be more elliptical.
 I like it 
  December 13, 2011
Very nice design! Not an easy ship to model!
 I made it 
  December 13, 2011
Thank you all so much! I didn't expect some many comments and likes so quickly!!
 I like it 
  December 13, 2011
well done!
 I like it 
  December 13, 2011
This nice build deserves betters pics!
 I like it 
  December 13, 2011
Nice one! I suggest building a stand for it so you can photograph it better. Looks great!
 I made it 
  December 12, 2011
Quoting Ben Indy Nice! It's to bad that noone posts Star Trek MOCs anymore. :( Atleast you do!
Yeah, it is kinda sad. But don't worry, I still have to release my USS Defiant as well as a plan for a Nebula Class starship!!!
 I like it 
  December 12, 2011
Nice! It's to bad that noone posts Star Trek MOCs anymore. :( Atleast you do!
 I like it 
  December 12, 2011
IT's too awesome!!!! my eyes are burning!
 
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