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Dragonfly Spaceship

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hi guys this is my updated Dragonfly spaceship. I tried to make it look strange.

cheers

steve

Edited by KielDaMan
Deeplinked photos for better appreciation of the MOC

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*oh2* That is fantastic!!! Its huge! I think this thread needs a picture included with a little more detail however.Is there an interior? The crew look great,loving the red afro dude!

Well done for building such a stunning ship!

Edited by charlieboy

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hi guys this is my updated Dragonfly spaceship.

I really like the choice of colors and the overall design is wonderful.

It has a very alien feel even though it is an earth insect.

Great Job. :sweet:

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Man, I thought it was a non-LEGO model at first glance. The overall design is simply fantastic with the organic-looking details, especially the whip-like protrusions and the multi-faceted eyes. Excellent work BrickAvon! :thumbup:

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Oh my God, what a masterpiece! Excellent work, especially with Dragonfly's eyes and wings!

also this ship has reminded me Lexx. =)

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Totally AWESOME space craft 'BrickAvon', I'm blown away by the detailing to the wings.....like WOW ! :excited:

Dam, cool work there 'BrickAvon' and Brick On ! :grin:

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This is incredible! It looks like a spacecraft and an insect at the same time, and you've achieved the perfect organic look with all those curves. :thumbup:

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It's been a long time since my jaw actually dropped in real life when I saw something.

Stunning!

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Wow. Cool use of the curved 1x1's for the body, and the transparent parts for the eye area. My favorite part is the wings, at first I thought you had used some kinda metal thing for that area to have it as 1 part until I noticed the little hose parts. Any interior?

Edited by brickmack

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Wow. Cool use of the curved 1x1's for the body, and the transparent parts for the eye area. My favorite part is the wings, at first I thought you had used some kinda metal thing for that area to have it as 1 part until I noticed the little hose parts. Any interior?

I havent done any interior for minifigs yet, but there is space in the head for a cockpit, and in the body of the craft is some power functions for the wings! I need to up loads some video of the wings moving.

thanks to ALL for the feedback

cheers

steve

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Sweet, love the detailing in the ā€œVā€ of the wing(s).

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I remember seeing this on brickshelf and I'm glad to see it here. Words tend to fail me at times like this when I see pure epic awesomeness.

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Hello!

You've studied the insectoid anatomy well as your showing a really great and real looking insect body starship here. :classic: The eye construction with the perfect colours and reflecting effect is the real eye catcher here. :wink:

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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