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  1. Brick-Wombat

    MOC Starcraft Battlecruiser

    Starcraft has remained one of my favorite strategy games, and I don't think there's a more iconic ship in the game than the battlecruiser. This was built at the 1:2600 scale, which I've become rather enamored with after building Kristof's Venator Destroyer (as seen on Rebrickable: Time will tell if I build this IRL. I don't think all the pieces are available in the colors shown below.
  2. The Mugbearer

    [MOC] Terran Marine (StarCraft)

    PSA: this model features a number of custom parts made with Stud.Io Part Designer. They do not exist in real life, and were made as a proof of concept for this particular model.
  3. On the eleventh day of Christmas, Blizzard gave to me… 11 Science Vessels, 10 Ultralisks, 9 Battle Cruisers, "I hate all this singing!" 7 Zerglings swarming, 6 Zealots fighting, 5 newborn Queens, 4 Hydralisks, 3 Marines, 2 Terran Wraiths, and brand new SCV. [12 Days Of StarCraft] Day 11 - Terran Science Vessel by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr * * *If you like what I do and you want to see me create your OC, a favorite Bionicle Character, or something else, feel free to look up my Commission Info! I also now have a Patreon page, so please consider supporting!
  4. Hey guys - thought I'd share my Starcraft Terran Battlecruiser "Norad II" MOC - I thought I'd give the BC another try, simply because it's always been my favourite unit from the SC universe. So, here goes: Terran Battlecruiser "Snout" by Octav_spot, on Flickr Ah yes... the "snot". Those familiar with the original SC cinematics, you may remember the angular nose of the BC as an iconic (and somewhat ominous) visual characteristic. Terran Battlecruiser Side by Octav_spot, on Flickr With my earlier efforts of rendering the BC, I tried to keep it closely familiar to the original SC version - this time, I kept to the same idea, albeit with a few aesthetics borrowed from the SC II version of the BC. Now, a bit of background on Norad II. In the SC universe, it is the Terran Confederacy flagship of General Edmund Duke, (hence the flag) - the ship appears several times as a playable unit throughout the SC I and Brood War campaigns. I chose Norad II, because it was an important catalyst to several events that take place early in the SC storyline, and symbolized the fall of the Terran Confederacy's empire. And, even though technically, in the game Norad II is Teal (light olive green) I chose blue, since I thought it looked better with it. Terran Battlecruiser Profile 2 by Octav_spot, on Flickr Terran Battlecruiser Rear by Octav_spot, on Flickr Terran Battlecruiser Engines by Octav_spot, on Flickr As you can hopefully tell in the last photo, I've added some functionality to it, simply because I didn't want a completely stationary model. It features spinning turbines, a "functioning" Yamato cannon (the BC's greatest weapon) and "working" atmospheric thrusters. I'm still putting together a video demonstrating all these features, so look out for it soon! ;) In any case, enjoy, feedback is welcome, looking forward to connecting to any Starcraft fans here on eurobricks! :)