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XP-13 Tesla
A small spaceship in my usual style, but with fun features involving the atlantis air tank/helmet. Trans-bright green is an interesting color to work with.
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Here is revision 2. The brush guards are removed, and the thrust vectoring fins are reinforced. Though the fins are no longer movable, the ship is much stronger.












Comments

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  November 14, 2013
Cool little shippy, very detailed and well designed. Hat's off!
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  July 12, 2013
Funky. Nothing else to say :D
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  May 8, 2013
Sweet! Awesome colors! Those trans-green elements glow under a black light if you ever want to try it :D
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  May 7, 2013
very good..
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  April 28, 2013
Right on man. I like this fighter's color scheme.
 I made it 
  April 20, 2013
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  April 20, 2013
Solid. Love the color scheme. - Matt
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  April 13, 2013
:)
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  April 5, 2013
Quoting Flux Capacitor Love this little craft. great design and excellent greebling. plenty of SNOT too. you've given a lot of thought to the design cues on this MOC and i can imagine this little ship zipping around! does the name infer that this little ship has an Electro weapon of some kind? (nicolai Tesla?) Anyway, great choice of colour scheme - you can never go wrong with grey 'n' yellow! Sometimes, these little MOCs can pack a really impressive punch over some huge, studded monstrosity. this one does. I can say without a doubt, one MOCer to another that I love the XP-13 Tesla. great job! :)
I was waiting for somebody to ask that. This ship has a combination laser/lightning weapon. The entire ship is charged like a huge capacitor. When it gets close to an opposing vessel, the pilot boosts the charge enough to make an electric arc jump to the other ship and burn out all its wiring. The gray antennas help. For things farther away, a microwave frequency laser(green domes) is used to make a conductive path between the ship and the target. Then the electric arc travels along the laser's path and fries the target's circuitry. The XP-13 is equipped with only rudimentary computer systems that are mostly fiber optic and powered by a wind-up clockwork mechanism. Even so, they often fry their own systems, requiring paper maps and sextants to find their way home from targets.
 I like it 
  April 5, 2013
Love this little craft. great design and excellent greebling. plenty of SNOT too. you've given a lot of thought to the design cues on this MOC and i can imagine this little ship zipping around! does the name infer that this little ship has an Electro weapon of some kind? (nicolai Tesla?) Anyway, great choice of colour scheme - you can never go wrong with grey 'n' yellow! Sometimes, these little MOCs can pack a really impressive punch over some huge, studded monstrosity. this one does. I can say without a doubt, one MOCer to another that I love the XP-13 Tesla. great job! :)
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  April 5, 2013
nice fighter with nice colorsheme ;-)
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  April 5, 2013
Wow, this is really good! I especially like the greebling job you've done. Keep up the good work!
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  April 4, 2013
Cool design. Looks really swooshable.
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  April 4, 2013
Looks zippy! Love the helmet/pack additions.
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  April 4, 2013
Neat little ship.
 
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