lightningtiger, on Mar 14 2010, 12:15 PM, said:
AWESOME copy of that plane from the movie, of which I like a lot !
Are you going to do one in underwater mode are you ?
Can't wait to see those flapping gunships and giant heatray robots !
And with that new ray gun from Lego in those minifig packs in a few months, it would look a little like the ray gun out of the movie too !
'LuxorV' you are a genius and keep on bricking !
(I guess the future posts of Sky Captain will appear in the Sci-Fi forum)
Thanks! For now, I have a couple of minor robot models ready. I'm gathering info and pics to build the giant robots, and then we'll see what comes next!
And yes, the others seem more fitted for Sci-Fi
Siegfried, on Mar 14 2010, 12:17 PM, said:
The P-40 Warhawk has a bit of an odd shape and is hard to MOC; I think you've done a great job.
(I loved the movie; it's very underrated.
So is the carrier next?
I've been tempted for a while to make the submarine fighters.
Indeed, the shape is quite tricky, and I also wanted to test a few ideas, so I had to work for about 4 hours before getting a not-so-out design
L-space, on Mar 14 2010, 12:48 PM, said:
Great work again LuxorV
I like the overall look of the model. The only thing I notice is the transition from the engine into the fuselage. That looks a bit odd.
But in general a well deserved A+.
Now that would be an epic MOC. Who will step to the challenge?
! I know the engine into fuselage part is the weak spot... I may provide a V.2 as soon as I get a better grip on the techniques (this is my third airplane MOC ever!).
As for the British flying carrier... That'd be cool! I already have a couple ideas for it, but I'll probably go with a microscale version first