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Great smoke! I'm always amazed how some people can throw some bricks together and create such effect :classic:

But is Saturn V really sci-fi?

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Really nice entry!

I was waiting for someone to do a non-base :wink:

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Oh *facepalm*

first thought was: wow, that's a very huge rocket...

But then it came to my mind that the rocket was already in the iar and that the rest is smoke...

I really have to get new lenses...

Anyway, great entry!!!

And like always, super presentation!

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Great work and great smoke Legonardo :thumbup: :thumbup:

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Thanks guys!

I'm not seeing the FICTION in this SCIENCE FICTION entry. :/ Still badasp build though.

Meh sci-fi is space.

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This is awesome. I may have to build something similar for the office...

And who cares about FICTION when FACT looks just as good, or better!

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I'm not seeing the FICTION in this SCIENCE FICTION entry. :/ Still badasp build though.

That is the one absolutely incredible thing about Science-Fiction, it's one of the few genres that can go from Science-Fiction to Science-Non-Fiction.

Arthur C Clarke's geosynchronous satellites? - GPS, used by your iPhone.

Handheld computers/triocorders ? - iPhone

HAL9000 - ask your iPhone to open the Bay Doors.

Skynet - iPhone 5s.

So I'm totally allowing and applauding this entry :thumbup:

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That is the one absolutely incredible thing about Science-Fiction, it's one of the few genres that can go from Science-Fiction to Science-Non-Fiction.

Arthur C Clarke's geosynchronous satellites? - GPS, used by your iPhone.

Handheld computers/triocorders ? - iPhone

HAL9000 - ask your iPhone to open the Bay Doors.

Skynet - iPhone 5s.

So I'm totally allowing and applauding this entry :thumbup:

haha you like your Iphone don't you?

glad it qualifies :grin:

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That is the one absolutely incredible thing about Science-Fiction, it's one of the few genres that can go from Science-Fiction to Science-Non-Fiction.

Arthur C Clarke's geosynchronous satellites? - GPS, used by your iPhone.

Handheld computers/triocorders ? - iPhone

HAL9000 - ask your iPhone to open the Bay Doors.

Skynet - iPhone 5s.

So I'm totally allowing and applauding this entry :thumbup:

Sweet, there you go. Better to find out if it would get DQ'd or not while there's still time for adjustments. Like launching the Sat V into a minro flying saucer. :grin:

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Sweet, there you go. Better to find out if it would get DQ'd or not while there's still time for adjustments. Like launching the Sat V into a minro flying saucer. :grin:

mwahaha it could make quite a cool abduction scene :tongue:

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haha you like your Iphone don't you?

I actually have a blackberry.

Which ironically broke today.

So I might have to get an iPhone or Nexus now... (or a new BB)

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wow. I have a brick, I swear its indistructable...

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Hmm, I have an iphone. No blackberry. Which is a pity, for im pretty hungry right now :cry_happy:

buy a cheeseburger, much cheaper. back to the build, thanks everyone, glad you guys like it!

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first thought was: wow, that's a very huge rocket...

But then it came to my mind that the rocket was already in the iar and that the rest is smoke...

Same. The smoke on ground look really good, and the background fits and enhances the photo. :thumbup:

And you asked for this:

edit: hey wow, it turned my link into an embedded video...

Edited by Artanis I

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