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Classic Space LL-856 Hammerhead

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LL-856 Hammerhead

 

LL-856 Hammerhead

 

LL-856 Hammerhead

 

LL-856 Hammerhead

 

LL-856 Hammerhead

 

 The LL-856 Hammerhead was used by the Federation to measure the gravitational and magnetic fields of planets, moons, and planetesimals, revealing vital information about their sub surface structures, composition, and dynamics. The wide hammerhead fins, packed with delicate, encased sensors, facilitated extremely fine spacial resolution in all directions, unimpeded by the main body of the craft.

 

 

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Very cool!  From the bottom it kinds looks like a trilobite.  Interesting to see those motorcycle parts used for greebling, too.

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There is a lot of work in this creation. Have you phases of building in picture, just to see the way you imagine it?

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Stunning Classic Space MOC!  Loving the twin design.  Some really impressive building techniques bringing Classic Space to a modern era,  The detailing of the underside is also most impressive.  Nice crisp colorful photography shows off this amazing ship.  

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Great build
Always like those kind of creations (also the 'classic' look with the blue)
Besides the shape, wich looks great, it also looks very creative. Especially the part of the engine.

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I love the unorthodox detailing methods.. particularly the use of the bottom bits of those old technic beams.

The underside is magnificent. It's as though H.R. Giger were in charge of designing classic space.

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This looks awesome!

Details are very nice and the shape reminds me of the Gungan sub of Star Wars.

Did you use motorcycle parts underneath the ship?

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