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Jupiter II

Post by blackninjatom on Mon Jul 05, 2010 11:32 pm

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As seen in the reference pictures, the Jupiter II features a LOT of curved surfaces. It is the one of the few ships you see for more than five minutes throughout the entire movie. This is also one of the most complex mini models I have ever worked on. original design was started a week or two ago, and it sat around until this past weekend, when I finished it off with over three hours of blood, sweat, and tears.




I've almost built all the ships with notable screen time from the movie Lost in Space. This still has some color details to fix, and I will be adding some stickers to get more detail that I couldn't capture with actual pieces, but I couldn't wait to post it. Pilot
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Re: Jupiter II

Post by Darman on Tue Jul 06, 2010 12:03 am

To be honest this is my least favorite from all your Mini's, it could simply just be the design of the ship itself though.
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Re: Jupiter II

Post by Alpha Beta on Tue Jul 06, 2010 1:17 am

Darman-C19 wrote:To be honest this is my least favorite from all your Mini's, it could simply just be the design of the ship itself though.

I agree, the design of the ship isn't that good. (Not your moc, just the actual ship.)
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Re: Jupiter II

Post by blackninjatom on Thu Jul 08, 2010 2:10 pm

The a-symmetrical shape has grown on me while I've been using those reference pictures. I used a lot of headlight bricks with this micro. There are so many types that can do the same job a little differently that it is almost just a matter of time before you find the combination to get the needed shape and connections (sometimes it takes several straight hours though).
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