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GAIA - HMS 'Indifference' - (Pre Re-fit)
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My best effort on one of these thus far, I needed a good one for my main base of operations in the next season of the GAIA Saga. Set during the Second Alien War, we will follow the zaney adventures of Ship's Captain Tanya Roberts...
About this creation
HMS INDIFFERENCE - Earth Force Battlecarrier (172 studs)
Captain - T.Roberts
X.O - Irena Kalic














Mk III's away!

















Long Live GAIA!!!




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  April 28, 2013
nice!!!!!
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  December 14, 2012
You will be missed bud. Sorry to hear about your connection. Hang in there and hope to see you soon. Long live G.A.I.A!!!
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  December 12, 2012
Happy Christmas (in advance) too mate :)
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  December 11, 2012
Quoting Peter Mowry Great job on this beauty bud. Nice detailing throughout!!! Your best yet I would say. Looking forward to your next. And got to say I am digging your graydell themes. Keep it up.
Thanks mate, yes easily the best one in terms of bulk and scale etc. I am going to do a cool refit on this which is really going to make it my all time best I dare say. Cheers mate :)
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  December 11, 2012
Great job on this beauty bud. Nice detailing throughout!!! Your best yet I would say. Looking forward to your next. And got to say I am digging your graydell themes. Keep it up.
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  December 10, 2012
Quoting Crimso Giger The command bridge is truly inspired. Wait, the whole thing is ! I love the alternative color schemes too and as usual great job on the edit with the "little" fighters ! Thanks for your nice comments on Flickr (too bad you've deleted your page here...but I've just read above the reason why - hope things get better for you soon !)
Thanks mate :) This one was my best. And I am going to make it look cooler next year with some refitting. --- Yes, I will return to flikr eventually, but not for a while. It's the only place to see so many great Mocs anymore, many Moccers there and I am sad that I need to cut my connection, but not much I can do. Anyway, on a bright note, there is a fun little contest going at the moment you may enjoy, I think the guys should have invited you by now. In any event, Happy Christmas Crimso :)
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  December 10, 2012
The command bridge is truly inspired. Wait, the whole thing is ! I love the alternative color schemes too and as usual great job on the edit with the "little" fighters ! Thanks for your nice comments on Flickr (too bad you've deleted your page here...but I've just read above the reason why - hope things get better for you soon !)
  December 6, 2012
Glad to here you'll just be down, but not out! I'll be looking forward to the continuation of the GAIA saga.
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  December 6, 2012
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 you ll be the first to know this parr, I am currently ammassing parts for a space pirate ship, I aim 'albator' likeness, do you know this comic? anyways, your techniques are now so reffined, that I feel I should study yours, of course it will take a long time before I do a pic as magnificent as your main here, it s awesome! the lines of the ship with turrets, ...awesome!
Thanx dude :) Yeh, took me a while to get to this point, and the refit of this ship will be something quite special IMO. It just might take a while to upload as I am about to lose my connection :( I haven't heard of the comic you mentioned, but totally looking forward to what you build. I really enjoy the big ships built to a slightly different aspect than a true real world one, just adds that hint of excitement so to speak. All the best mate :)
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  December 6, 2012
you ll be the first to know this parr, I am currently ammassing parts for a space pirate ship, I aim 'albator' likeness, do you know this comic? anyways, your techniques are now so reffined, that I feel I should study yours, of course it will take a long time before I do a pic as magnificent as your main here, it s awesome! the lines of the ship with turrets, ...awesome!
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  December 6, 2012
Great model! I can already imagine the many adventures it will house... Hope you work around your net connection issue soon. Just please don't stop building!
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  December 6, 2012
Quoting Rabid Goldfish Sorry to hear that, Parrington. You will be missed. Gorgeous ship, lovely shape and excellent feel. Long Live GAIA! ^Blub^
Not to worry mate. I wil have library access next year so I'll be around still. Just not as active as I'd like. But hey, just temporary. I hope you guys keep our group active.Keep building Jase:)
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  December 6, 2012
Sorry to hear that, Parrington. You will be missed. Gorgeous ship, lovely shape and excellent feel. Long Live GAIA! ^Blub^
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  December 5, 2012
Guys I may not be around for a while, I have to cut the net, too expensive for me at the minute. Anyway, have a Merry Christmas and know that while I may not be commenting so much, some of those views you are getting are still from me. Cheers all :)
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  December 4, 2012
I always enjoy your big space-y battleships, and now there's added sleekness. Long live GAIA!
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  December 3, 2012
Quoting Marc dZ Captain Tanya Roberts... Now, I understand your source(s) of inspiration. Another victim of the "BeastMaster"'s famous scene. ;) Anyway, let's talk about your Moc. Major space ships have always impressed me. This one really does the job! I like how you add tiny details without submerge the whole result. The blend Blue/red is very well done, too. Awesome design, EPIC!!
Cheers MArc:) Mate, wait till you see the re-fit of this that's going to be used in the Saga. I really had to be disciplined to upload it as is, but since the tale called for it, I went with it. It's going to be my favourite part of the first episode :)
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  December 3, 2012
Captain Tanya Roberts... Now, I understand your source(s) of inspiration. Another victim of the "BeastMaster"'s famous scene. ;) Anyway, let's talk about your Moc. Major space ships have always impressed me. This one really does the job! I like how you add tiny details without submerge the whole result. The blend Blue/red is very well done, too. Awesome design, EPIC!!
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  December 2, 2012
Quoting Ultramarine . Nice! I'm liking the photo editing on here, good job! -Ultra
Cheers Ultra! Probably the last one I'll ever do, so I gave it some extra ;)
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  December 2, 2012
Nice! I'm liking the photo editing on here, good job! -Ultra
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  December 1, 2012
Quoting Paul Romano Sick work, Levens! I have always loved your turret designs; there's nothing wimpy about them. Rock on!
Thanx Paul! Yes, I always have found battleship turrets rather fascinating, truly huge when you get down to it. Entire ships only supporting 3 or so just makes you realise...
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  December 1, 2012
Sick work, Levens! I have always loved your turret designs; there's nothing wimpy about them. Rock on!
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  December 1, 2012
Meh... needs bigger guns. hehe Nice one! ~ Chris.
Parrington Levens
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White Knight
  November 29, 2012
A Glorious addition to the GAIA fleet !>.....well done
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  November 29, 2012
Quoting Malte Dorowski ravishingly beautiful!
:)
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  November 29, 2012
ravishingly beautiful!
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  November 29, 2012
Quoting Mike Johnson Or maybe he just wants to show her the art of "Furry Gone Wild," yuk, yuk. No no wait I got it, "Furry Shower!" What ya' think? No, well maybe a scene for the blooper reel then! Keep em' coming friend.
Hehe, may be not ;)
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  November 29, 2012
Thanks guys :) This will be last one of these for a very long time and I'm so glad you all had a look. The GAIA saga is going to take a fair bit of my Moc time next year, so I am in the process of building the sets. I plan to do a more set out season this time with sets that remain in tact etc. So it should be more of a spectacle. Cheers all :)
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  November 29, 2012
Quoting White Knight A Glorious addition to the GAIA fleet !>.....well done
I just need to start adding light bulbs ;)
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  November 29, 2012
Quoting Tim C Great build, Parrington. The colors look fantastic, and I love how you make you spaceships look like boats. It's an excellent touch. My favorite part of this one is the bridge. Very well done.
Hehe, cheers. Yes why not hey? I saw Star Blazers and G-Force as a kid. Loved the idea of battleships in space since, and so loved that split blue/red duco on G-Force.
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  November 29, 2012
Quoting Elk Guard Awesome job, it looks so good!
Glad to hear that, I was risking overdoing this theme but figured this ship was good enough to push for one more :)
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  November 29, 2012
Quoting Marty Fields Impressive and unusual use of classic Space Lego! I take it the spaceships are also meant to be sea-going?
Definitely. Basically by this stage anti grav means they could be any shape, but in the early days, they were mostly designed to be landed on world at sea hence all the space ship building yards were so built. So when the war started, it was simply easier to keep building ship shaped craft regardless of the fact the technology had improved to allow different shapes. Of course by the third war, these different shapes started to appear.
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  November 29, 2012
Quoting Jesse Long Wow, that's a nice capital ship that you have going there, Parrington. By the way, I've posted a new creation myself. If you have the time, why not check it out?
Absolutely.
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  November 29, 2012
Quoting Legofreak2444 ~ Excellent ship! Cheers mate. :)
Hey LF2444, what are you working on at the moment?
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  November 29, 2012
Quoting Garry King What a beauty. Very nice design and as many have said so far the best yet. Love your take on the bridge. The deck excellent. Well done and the very best for the next GAIA installment.
Brilliant, cheers Garry, the deck really came up well as compared to yet another tiled one, about time I changed that!
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  November 29, 2012
Quoting MortalSwordsman . That is seriously cool. Love the tail fins and of course the Classic Space goodies
cs all the way ;)
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  November 29, 2012
Or maybe he just wants to show her the art of "Furry Gone Wild," yuk, yuk. No no wait I got it, "Furry Shower!" What ya' think? No, well maybe a scene for the blooper reel then! Keep em' coming friend.
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  November 29, 2012
Great build, Parrington. The colors look fantastic, and I love how you make you spaceships look like boats. It's an excellent touch. My favorite part of this one is the bridge. Very well done.
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  November 29, 2012
Awesome job, it looks so good!
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  November 29, 2012
Impressive and unusual use of classic Space Lego! I take it the spaceships are also meant to be sea-going?
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  November 29, 2012
Wow, that's a nice capital ship that you have going there, Parrington. By the way, I've posted a new creation myself. If you have the time, why not check it out?
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  November 28, 2012
Excellent ship! Cheers mate. :)
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  November 28, 2012
Quoting Mike Johnson I can see it now. The Wolf's Fang coming in for a landing across the flight deck while being escorted by a full squadron of Samhain Fires as the prelude to the fateful encounter between a wolf and tigress (a.k.a. Tanya). Whoa, the tension mounts. Beautifully done Parrington, truly! I need to try some capital micro-scale ships again.
:D Maybe Tanya's a vampire!
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  November 28, 2012
Quoting El Barto ! Best yet, for sure! The hull design really makes the big difference on this. The engines and that support structure adds some interesting detail, too. Awesome work on this Chief! Time for another GAIA episode!!!
Loved how they turned out! Next year buddy, should be a good one :)
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  November 28, 2012
Quoting Tom Simon Funny. Before I read your intro, I was thinking she is a particularly shapely one.
Hehe, yes, I really have taken my time getting to this point with these;)
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  November 28, 2012
Quoting David Roberts A far from indifferent build. I like how your big ships struggle with the same problems that real capital ships had between the World Wars, i.e. how do you get a big gun armament and space to launch 'planes into the same vessel. I like the side mounted launching and recovery tubes on this ship.
hehe, indeed! If I had more bricks I might have made this 6 studs wider on each side to really nail the battleship look. Maybe next time. But it has a more modern Destroyer look as is which I'm happy with. Yes, the sponson twin runways looks a treat :)
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  November 28, 2012
Quoting Topsy Creatori(StoveTop nomore!) Like others, the first thing that caught my eye was that hull design! This is probably my favorite ship too of the... (could I use the word?)... armada! But what is that Maltese or Teutonic cross I see emblazened on the deck? Is it a foreshadowing of events to come in the the next season? Oh, the mystery! :)
Ah yes, I just love that sticker. I bought 3 Red Baron planes when they came out, hence I have heaps of them! Basically I have a lot of symbols in GAIA (which they will tell you is poor story telling in a book) but visually, it's awesome IMO. The GAIA cross is also a standard blue white and gold design but it is also found in the form of a Teutonic Cross especially on Earth Force ships or German -world ships, because the current royal family hails from midlands Europe. So it's kinda representative of that. I suppose the only real true uniform symbol I have in GAIA, like the default one, is the Exploriens symbol. Hope that helps :) Thanks Topsy!
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  November 28, 2012
Quoting christophe corthay I must say, this one is my favorite !!! Very well done and I like very much the hull.
I thought I better lift my game before I find myself crying on your shoulder :DDD Cheers Cristophe :)
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  November 28, 2012
I can see it now. The Wolf's Fang coming in for a landing across the flight deck while being escorted by a full squadron of Samhain Fires as the prelude to the fateful encounter between a wolf and tigress (a.k.a. Tanya). Whoa, the tension mounts. Beautifully done Parrington, truly! I need to try some capital micro-scale ships again.
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  November 28, 2012
Quoting Jon B The profile of this is amazing, the engine and bridge positioning just make it look like sleekness itself. Another cracker mate!
Totally, I think I have been occasionally over sleek in the past, I think this one is about right for the theme. Cheers Jon :)
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  November 28, 2012
Quoting David Alexander Smith The bridge on this is just perfect.
I have been saving that bridge idea for years! Finally got to use it :)
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  November 28, 2012
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde I totally agree with Aidan. A wonderful ship with that sleek and speedy looking hull. Love the detail on the propellers and rudder! ~Cheers
Hehe, yes, for those rare occasions in water!
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  November 28, 2012
What a beauty. Very nice design and as many have said so far the best yet. Love your take on the bridge. The deck excellent. Well done and the very best for the next GAIA installment.
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  November 28, 2012
That is seriously cool. Love the tail fins and of course the Classic Space goodies
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  November 28, 2012
A really great ship, one of your best so far! I love the colour scheme, and the editing, really cool!
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  November 28, 2012
It's got some really awesome retro features, and the rudder and propellers are whimsical. :)
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  November 28, 2012
A titantic sized boat with a bunch of rockets and a jetplane fin... perfection, this.
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  November 28, 2012
Best yet, for sure! The hull design really makes the big difference on this. The engines and that support structure adds some interesting detail, too. Awesome work on this Chief! Time for another GAIA episode!!!
  November 28, 2012
Funny. Before I read your intro, I was thinking she is a particularly shapely one.
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  November 28, 2012
A far from indifferent build. I like how your big ships struggle with the same problems that real capital ships had between the World Wars, i.e. how do you get a big gun armament and space to launch 'planes into the same vessel. I like the side mounted launching and recovery tubes on this ship.
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  November 28, 2012
Like others, the first thing that caught my eye was that hull design! This is probably my favorite ship too of the... (could I use the word?)... armada! But what is that Maltese or Teutonic cross I see emblazened on the deck? Is it a foreshadowing of events to come in the the next season? Oh, the mystery! :)
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  November 28, 2012
I must say, this one is my favorite !!! Very well done and I like very much the hull.
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  November 28, 2012
lots of great details and well thought out ship
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  November 28, 2012
The profile of this is amazing, the engine and bridge positioning just make it look like sleekness itself. Another cracker mate!
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  November 28, 2012
I totally agree with Aidan. A wonderful ship with that sleek and speedy looking hull. Love the detail on the propellers and rudder! ~Cheers
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  November 28, 2012
The bridge on this is just perfect.
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  November 28, 2012
I agree with Aidan, This is your coolest build yet! I love the dual layered guns and the deck.
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  November 28, 2012
I have to agree, your best one yet! I really like the deck, helps even out the colour in the build.
 
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