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AXS Type 2
A small ship, and my first posted MoC... With new photos.
About this creation
Recently, I managed to take better photos. The original summary is stated below.






With a robot for size comparison. Credit to Saber Scorpion for the android.


Side


Back


Engine construction


Bottom. It has landing gear.


Top of cockpit


In flight!


Blown up. This is a way better construction shot.


The generic frame


Slipspace drive.

OLD STUFF!

This model was built to use those huge exo force parts that take up space in my collection. This is also my first posted moc.



So anyways, thanks for looking. More pics will follow soon.



A 3/4 view. Those thrusters on the sides open up to slow the ship down. It also helps the vehicle turn.


A bottom view. The compartments are loose, and open up easily. Thus, the rubber band is there. The landing gear folds up to form the bottom of the ship, kind of.

The fins are also out.



Because every good SNOT ship needs a construction shot.

The model also has a slip space drive behind the cockpit. Due to shape and form, however, the cockpit will not open. As a result, the whole top half of the ship is removable.



Comments

 I like it 
  February 15, 2009
Very elegant design. I love orange ships, and this one has a clean and beautiful style. It reminds me of some Eturior's ships (he's a great builder). Really nice !
 I made it 
  February 6, 2009
Quoting Ryan Lewis No, I meant the orange ramps.
Hmm, ramps. What looks like a ramp to you?. I'll try to explain: 1. If you're refering to the extending wings, then I really can't change them. If I push them any closer to the craft, they don't look right. If your refering to the piece, well, I could substitute in another wing design. This one is the lightest, and the sides don't fall off as much. 2. If refering to the orange curved slopes on the sides, well, I could make them a bit closer together...
 I like it 
  February 6, 2009
No, I meant the orange ramps.
 I made it 
  February 6, 2009
Oh, those grey things? They aren't meant to stick out like that all the time. I was just demonstrating the airbrakes. If the whole engine sticks out too far, that's because it looks odd when they are a bit more narrow. Still, I like that you spoke about them. In future updates, I'll focus in on this. Thanks for the comment.
 I like it 
  February 6, 2009
Very nice. The curved pieces on the ends of the wings stick out a little too far, but still, very nice.
 I made it 
  February 3, 2009
Thanks! I really do enjoy your compliments.
 I like it 
  February 3, 2009
Very nice! Nice shape, nice colour, nice SNOT work... and for your first uploaded MOC, I'm impressed!
 I made it 
  January 30, 2009
Quoting Dave and John Xandegar Welcome to MOCpages, Karta! This is a GREAT first MOC. Well designed (very well), and the colors are sublime. Love the way you utilized the Exoforce pieces (if you like Exoforce, type "Sky Guardian" into the search bar and see our 27" Exo!). Looking forward to many more from you. Check out Crimso Giger's work as well...I think you'd find it inspiring. See you around the pages! (you're going to have a lot of fun here) D&J:)
Thanks for the comment! I have seen Crimso's work, and it did play a major part in the general construction. I think I've seen you're Sky Guardian too, and if I'm right, then it was awe inspiring. Once again, thank you for the comment.
 
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