That one MOC you never felt like uploading, and was built almost 6 months ago.
About this creation
The F44 "Falcon" is a highly advanced space craft, which of course has a main purpose of offense. But it isn't restricted to space, it can also be used in the atmosphere, as a regular fighter jet. Shall we look at the stats?
[Scale of 1-10]
[Balance] | (once again, it is unbalanced so it is harder to be shot down)
A nice side view of the "Falcon".
The F44 "Falcon" is equipped with a total of 6 phasers, 3 on each side. Along with that, it has 2 machine-guns equipped at the cockpit, 1 on each side. Also if we want to get a bit fancy, we can just say it can ram into people.
A rear view of the "Falcon", sadly as a result of this MOC being idle for 6+ months, only these two pieces are missing. I will find them eventually or replace them, but for now I'm too busy.
As I have said before -actually since this was the first space craft I made out of m collection, and the only one that survived until I rebuilt the Scout Class- I made this out of the layer design I usually use of space crafts. As I've said, again, I think it is a very useful design and makes it look much more detailed.
Top view of the nice color scheme.
The cockpit, unfortunately, does not fit any type of minifigure with a hat, a hair piece, or a helmet. If you want to take a ride in this plane, you have to get a buzz cut. [The cockpit doesn't slide open like that, but I think I will make it do that ... on a v.2 maybe?]
Again, another rear view. Just don't pay attention to the missing pieces, they will be fixed eventually.
Now, a look at the engines.
There is 1 engine per each side, making it 2 engines.
They are both powered by ... umm ... let's just say diesel fuel or something of the sort.
Being two mega size engines, the ship can be blasted off to a 306MPH/492KPH.
So basically this will beat a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport in a drag race, okay?
Let's just say this is the creation that started my interest in space creations/military creations. I just started building it one night, and woke up in the morning and got right back to work. It took me maybe a total of 4 hours, I guess. But yeah, I'm proud of this creation as I think it is one of my best, personally.