This is the biggest blazing Executor of the whole world at this moment! It is over 2 meters long! I am only 16 years old!
About this creation
Ladies and gentlemen, friends and fellow builders!
I´m very proud to present you my Executor after 2 years of building, troubles, problems and so on. But I had very much fun to design Darth Vader's flagship. As I began to design the first of fifth versions, I was a bad Lego builder. With the time I built better and better and the result you see here. So a long way is going to an end, now.
Here on Mocpages you can see the processing of the fifth version in a construction journal:
Pieces: I don´t know the number of parts, but I can say that this are much over 10000 bricks
weight: I haven´t a scales, which is big enough to weight my ship, but I can´t carry it alone, so it must weight over 30 kilogramms.
Time of building: over 2 years and over 2000 hours (no gag)
Maybe you are a bit shock about the fact that this is complete build by my own, a 16 years old german boy. So now the pictures of the Super Star Destroyer:
The hyper engines
Some pictures in the night, so that you can see how light the lights (Lifelites.com) are:
The detailful area in the middle of the starship with lights on
The foundation trench at the bottom on the Executor:
Detail pictures about the hyper engines with on lights:
A complete photography of the whole button of the spaceship (with off lights):
The next detail picture of the hyper engines:
A complete photography of the moc:
A detail picture:
A comparison of the sizes to a Darth Vader minifigure:
At last a picture from me with the Executor:
At the End I want thank all people without this project would never so good.
First I want thank my family, specialy my parents, I want thank you that you organized the metalfoodhold, my hobbyroom, the complete patience and help without this project would be never possible for me.
Thank you for all!
Secound I want thank the complete community on imperiumdersteine.de and Mocpage for the motivation and time for me, specialy ARF Trooper or here Matthias Strauss (here) and Legopard (here) and Mats R. or JarJar-Bot.
A breathtaking MOC! You've captured the wedge shape perfectly, and the sheer detail on the engine section is stunning. Well done. And you're only 16! What exact kit did you use for the engine lights? I can't find it on the Lifelites website. If I ever build my Executor, I'm gonna need a LOT of lights. I have over 2800 transparent blue tiles, and each one needs to be at least a few centimeters from a light source. I'll need like 200 bulbs!
Very nice work, good greebling going on there.
the lights really add to the creation etc.
but why is the "foundation trench" so bare, undetailed, and frankly somewhat ugly in comparison to the rest of the ship?
It's like you suddenly didn't care about adding details once you got to that part.
I reaally love it! The idea to add light is fantastic and make the moc more special. I think you should evantually try to apply to Lego. i hope for our community of lego fan that you will continue buidling fantastic moc!
Really reaaly impressive!
A big Fan of Lego Francois
Sometimes I just see things that I find difficult to believe are even real,or possible to do certain tasks.Now THIS is one of thise things I'm talking about.I just can't believe my eyes how people put such time and so much on such projects that SEEM impossible.Sometimes I wonder how LEGO never produces something such as this for example.This is clearly the greatest SSD to have both Micro and UCS scales put together!!!! Best One EVER!!!!!
Thank you all! It is a amanzing that so much people like my moc and over 50 people wrote a comment up to this time! Thank you all! I don´t know what my next project is. But I prommise you that it will come a new project.
Epic! I love the engine detailing and the lighting.
I like it
May 24, 2012
I am not the least bit a starwars fan.But on behalf of all the work and patience that had gone into this,I'd like to say.....absolutly nothing.I say this because I don't think that any mere bit of commentary generated by those viewing this...Masterpeice can outmatch all the time and effort that went into building it. My hats off to you,sir. I shall not speak another letter!
I like it
May 24, 2012
This is brilliant. I will not comment more because I am totally speechless.
I like it
May 24, 2012
I love to use the word, so I will, EPIC! fantastic detail, and clever use of the stand to display that monstrosity! 100/100
ive been watching this project for some time now, and i was looking forward to see the complete version, i love th light effect, (as i previously did mention) and all the small tiny tiny tiny deatils, its really really amasing, you should buy LEGO's Super Star Destroyer, and compare the two, this is really great, i specialy like the hyper engines, your next version can be at minifig scale hehe, with intinour, you should take this monster to some exibitions around the globe, and thanks for shareing,
This is truly a great accomplishment. The shear size and the time you put into it is excellent. I am sure in the course of the two years building it your learned a lot and have improved greatly. I expect other great things from you in the future. Congratulations on this and keep up the good work.
Fantastic piece of work. I love your use of the lights. It simply authenticates the build. My favorite part of the MOC is the underside near the rear. That area is like a greebling amusement park, but it would not have been the Super Star Destroyer that all of us Star Wars fans have come to love without it. Great job!
Clonk!.....(picked up jaw by now) Wow, I'm speechless! Over 2 meters long and a superior amount of detail, AND YOU'RE ONLY 16! I cannot believe my very own eyes! I'm 17 (going on eighteen in about 2 1/2 months), but I just don't have the skills to do this! 5/5! 100%! You, my friend, are a true "Bricki" Master, that is, a Jedi Master with the "jed" replaced with "brick" :P ! Now all you need is a Death Star to go with it! (just kidding, you don't need to, unless that is your next plan) Overall, I am shocked! This belongs in a museum! p.s. Don't drop it!