Jedi Micky

Star Wars - Executor - Darth Vader's Super Star Destroyer

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Hi

I want present you my Executor, too. It took me over two years to create this spaceship.

I hope you like it. You can see this moc on Mocpages, if you click on the link. There you can see more views.

I canĀ“t add here more then one picture so look on Mocpages to see all.

Click here to come to Mocpages: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/324928

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Your Micky

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Wow :wub_drool:. This is huge, the image of the rear section is great, it shows the huge amount of work you put into it.

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Woah. That is incredible. It's massive! I love the use of Lifelites, it adds a very impressive effect to the whole thing. And to think you started this project at age 14, it's really inspiring. Everybody, go to his MOCpages, have a look at the more detailed photos. Jedi Micky, you need to take this to conventions and stuff! You've got a bright future.

:vader:(I've always wanted to use the Darth Vader emoticon.:laugh:)

Edited by purpleparadox

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That is one beautiful Executor! Well done on this massive project, the detailing is magnificent, but the lighting really sets it apart! :wub:

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:drool: That is amazing. It's so detailed. And two years? Wow, that's dedication for one project. Great job! It's so beautiful. :thumbup:

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Well done, this is amazing!! :wub::wub::wub::wub::wub:

The size, details & LEDs are all breathtaking, I just wish the current Lego version was somewhere near as good as this. You should be very proud of yourself; I don't think most adults fans could build anything as good as this (me included!). I think we may have a future cavegod, Anio, Brickplumber or Marshal Banana!

Keep up the good work & welcome to Eurobricks :classic:

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Very cool! I especially like those engine shots with the lights. Nice effect. :thumbup: Great details and greebling. And that size... :oh3:

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Stunning! The size and use of lights is very impressive, and can`t wait to see more of your work :sweet:

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I could barely believe this was LEGO. Unbelievable. The LEDs make it simply astonishing to look at. :cry_happy:

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Bravo, Micky - that is magnificent !

The sheer scale is obviously very impressive, but it's the attention to detail and the lighting that I particularly like.

Great job; I just hope we don't have to wait 2 more years for your next masterpiece !

Cheers,

D.

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Wow, this is an amazing project! The LEDs are beautiful. The engines are great! Nice job!

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Amazing work! As a big fan of the Executor I applaud your attention to detail. I'm also a big fan of your greebling - working on a model this size and scale you have really utilized the space beautifully!

A few suggestions: I would consider moving the middle/back engines back a bit further to be more in line with the studio model. You could also move them a bit up by getting rid of some of the "thickness" under the hull. Also (and this is a very minor detail) the foremost engines should be tilted towards the center of the ship ever so slightly.

But again, superb, frikkin jaw-dropping job! :wub:

Edited by mortesv

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WOW this can't be real! *huh*

The work with the lights is amazing! I like the red engines! :wub:

The scale is huge ... I'm speechless! :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

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This is simply amazing!

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the size of this MOC is just breathtaking! The underside consisting of a mass of grey bits and detailing would have knocked me out! :thumbup:

Now your only problem is finding a place at home to display because that thing is real huge!! :laugh:

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Hi

I didn't see this post before, but although late to the party, please let me also extend my congratulations on a magnificent effort! Like everyone else, it seems, I think the lighting really puts your model in a class of its own--apart from the fact it is impressively large and detailed. I would have no idea how to begin work on a 2 year project like that, and I can only imagine the amount of redesigning you'd have had to undergone to see the project to the end.

nice work!

cheers

John

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Hey Jedi Micky!

It was very nice to meet you on Saturday at "Steinstark", although your stunning model was fallen apart. It is definitely the best MOC i ever saw from a TFOL. I wish you the best luck with the rebuild and with finding a solution to get this thing more sturdy!

:classic:

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Fantastic ship :thumbup: :thumbup:

The light are perfect :wink:

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