First Fleet display of the UNSC, featuring some ships I posted before and some I'll be posting soon.
About this creation
--// Start File
United Nations Space Corp.
Encryption Code: Green
Public Key: File / Fleet Display 1/
From: UNSC/Shadoworks HQ C. M. Finley
To: All MOC Page Personnel
Classification: Limited Declassification
I decided to throw some ships together for fun mostly, but I was also haveing troubles naming some ships and coming up with some details for them. So here they are, Let me know what you think.
heres the seven (7) ships with one Aquila class frigate coming through the Quantum Jumpgate.
showing a head-on view.
In the for-ground is an unassigned Corvette, in the back-ground is a Halcyon class cruiser.
Here is another angle of the Halcyon Cruiser.
This is probobly my favorite ship currently, Its a Sophus class battle cruiser. The really neat thing about this ship is its modular design, allowing it to perform a number of tasks while remaining price tag friendly to the UNSC.
This is a Alexius class battle ship.
Here we have the last of the fleet, a Aquila class frigate coming through the Quantum Jumpgate. I couldnt think of a fancy way to make the affect so if anyone has any suggestions feel free to speak up.
A side view showing the Hight and length of the display.
Heres a outer (fore-ground) and inner (back-ground) sides of the Quantum Jumpgate.
A backside view of the display.
I hope you all enjoy and look forward to your replys, also if you have any ideas for the UNSC let me know and I'll try and produce them. Oh and a fun little fact, this display has just over 9000 bricks... And NO, the Ring is Not a Halo.
Quoting JWG 258
One of the better LDD MOCs i have seen. What scale are those spaceships in?
Thanks JWG 258, This is the math I use to scale my Starships...
A single One (1) x One (1) thin brick (part #3070 on LDD) is aproximatly;
13.716 meters, 15 yards, or 45 feet tall.
41.148 meters, 45 yards, or 135 feet long and wide.
I figure the average person only needs 7 feet of head room (from floor to ceiling) so with each floor being 2.7432 meters, 3 yards, or 9 feet tall including 1 foot for all walls.
So in One (1) #3070 there are about five (5) levels, and 150 9x9 rooms or corridors.