By Nnenn

On a more detailed note, I love this because of all little protruding greeblies. At first it seems as it seems as if there's no pattern, but then your mind and eyes put it all together and it looks just right, not to mention its size...

Aww, just click the picture.

---I'll link to Nnenn's Brickshelf gallery later, when they moderate it.

------Here it is.


Spook said...

Can I be the first to say that I don't think it's amazing?
Looks like the hull was rolled in a bin of random grey bits without an incredible amount of thought for their placement. I'm sure there was plenty of thought for their placement, but I'm not feelin' it.

Jacob said...

You may be the first to say it, but I was already thinking it. The reason I've reserved voicing my opinion is because I think the ships serves the purpose it was designed to fairly well. Sure, it isn't the kind of angular, smooth, HW-esque style I'd prefer, but as far as a slab of metal with a ton of random greebles goes, it works.

Erik said...

Coming back to this, I can start to see where the two of you are going. I blogged this after waking up from a nearly sleepless night, and after seeing this I took a kind of positive mood swing. And being someone with minimal building experience in the field of microspace I probably got a little more excited about it than I should have.

Jacob said...

There's nothing to apologise for, really. Individual bloggers are entitled to any and all outbursts of love, so far as I'm concerned.

Occasional driving force of the blog, self-proclaimed Lukas fanboy, and aspiring engineer, Jacob spends too much time building LEGO, not enough time practicing piano, and not nearly enough time doing school. He also enjoys long sentences. In the instance of blogging, he believes in quantity over quality, wherever quantity can be maintained.
One of the cofounders of YSAB, and the founder of YSA, Observing Mike actually being productive is a rare occasion. Mike enjoys making outlandish claims in relation to actually building, pretending he's actually sorting his collection, and making excuses for why he hasn't photographed his MOCs. In his free time he enjoys learning CSS from Spook, photography and poking badgers with spoons.
Occasional builder, occasional blogger, and full-time procrastinator. That's really the only way to describe Dean. He rarely gets anything done, but is a very active lurker. He's probably seen and liked your MOC, but just forgot he had a blog.
Erik has been through the desert on horse with no name. As a result he has all sorts interesting things to say, and you are welcome to listen if you can understand the somewhat inane babble that sprouts from his mouth. He owns a microwave oven, a custom kitchen, a refrigerator, and even a color TV. Along with his laygo, he spends his time with the people who have been able to tolerate him up to the point where he can call them his friends, as well as this blog. Erik maintains the lifestyle of yesteryear; he still plays his Nintendo 64 and even reads the newspaper (as in the kind printed on paper) from time to time. What a loser.
Now someone get these mutts away from me, you know, I don't find this stuff amusing anymore.
Lukas is tall, blond, mildly OCD, and doesn't build nearly enough as he would like to, thanks to school. He has a webpage.
Spook (Tim)
The resident codemonkey and graphics person. If something isn't working correctly, it's probably his fault. Fitting to his name, he doesn't post often, but someone has to do this stuff too, right? Spook does build with laygoes, and has his own blog as well.