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  1. Arrow Scout Kushan Homeworld

    This was my first project and i am really proud of it :) This is the Kushan Scout in the game Homeworld.
  2. An estimated 25000 parts, 9kg, 109cm long. (That's 20 pounds, 43 inches). For Lego Space builders there's a tradition: SHIPtember. Each September, any Lego fan can try to build a SHIP. (Also known as a Seriously Huge Investment in Parts). It's typically for spaceships, but I think landships work just fine. Minimum length of 100 studs, preferably to be built in a single month. Khagaan took three. The two smaller vehicles took a month each. Now I've finally finished filming and editing, it's Shiptember again. So in that way, it's perfectly on time :) More pictures:
  3. I built this for my love and interest of the RTS Game Homeworld. Check out my flickr album for comparison shots in-game vs. this model. Stats: Five months design, two months to source and build, just under 11,000 pieces, 57 inches (L), 15 inches (W)... Hiigaran Destroyer by Aaron Fiskum, on Flickr Hiigaran Destroyer by Aaron Fiskum, on Flickr Hiigaran Destroyer by Aaron Fiskum, on Flickr Hiigaran Destroyer by Aaron Fiskum, on Flickr Hiigaran Destroyer by Aaron Fiskum, on Flickr Hiigaran Destroyer by Aaron Fiskum, on Flickr Hiigaran Destroyer by Aaron Fiskum, on Flickr Hiigaran Destroyer by Aaron Fiskum, on Flickr
  4. [MOC] Heart of S'jet

    Heart of S'jet by Sunder_59, on Flickr Model on Mecabricks: http://mecabricks.com/en/models/QVzvM1wNvJp
  5. The Pride of Hiigara is the upgraded version of the original Mothership designed solely for warfare. It serves as the flagship for the Hiigaran fleet and is commanded by Karan Sjet. Its hull defense guns protect it from light strikecraft attacks. It contains construction arrays that are capable of building from scout ships to frigate sized ships. Classification : Mothership Purpose : Fleet command Mass : 3,000,000 tons Speed : 40 m/s Hyperdrive : Far jump Armaments: 12 Hull Defence Guns SHIPtember Stats: Height: 100 Studs (exactly!!!) Time: 5 Days (17/08 to 22/08) for LDD design, 4 Days (31/08 to 03/09) for real brick construction Pieces: Around 2760 SHIPtember Pride of Hiigara by dorian glacet, sur Flickr SHIPtember Pride of Hiigara by dorian glacet, sur Flickr Pride of Hiigara by dorian glacet, sur Flickr For those who wish to build it, here the .lxf file for LDD : https://www.dropbox.com/s/xwykw6xoxfh61hj/Pride_of_hiigara.lxf?dl=0
  6. Hello there, here is my latest moc, a more than 100 studs long spaceship, the cayman class battlecruiser. Cayman class name is due to his shape, looking like a cyaman's head. By visiting the flickr gallery, you'll be able to see WIP pictures of this moc, showing technics used to build it. IMG_9608 by dorian glacet, sur Flickr IMG_9607 by dorian glacet, sur Flickr IMG_9609 by dorian glacet, sur Flickr