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Aegis Class Gunship
Published 1 year ago
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Quick project. Requested design. Needs decal/sticker work but good enough to send for now.
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HAMMERBORNE
1 year ago
Woah this is so cool!!
How long did this take to build?
noblebunny
1 year ago
@HAMMERBORNE
Little over a week, chipping it down in my spare time after work.
HAMMERBORNE
1 year ago
Wow I don't think I'd ever be able to build something this cool that fast

Do you use some kind of reference or do just make it up as you go?
btw those are some nice renders!
noblebunny
1 year ago
@HAMMERBORNE
The user who requested the design already had some 3d mockup images, which can be found here:
https://imgur.com/a/mgBYdb1

I deviated pretty hard in favour of my own aesthetic preferences, but still you can probably see the resemblance.
HAMMERBORNE
1 year ago
Well I really like the end result!
thank you for sharing!
lich_bricks
1 year ago
epic build and great aesthetics
Operator011
1 year ago
This is so cool! You're getting a bit of a reputation as a good builder here.
Operator011
1 year ago
@CliffGuy404: I think she used Blender.
noblebunny
1 year ago
Couple new renders for the reschemes and decal work. Lots of personal touches. Calling this one done.

Onwards, once more, to the next endeavor.
Olegna
1 year ago
how do you make light bricks?
Olegna
1 year ago
I'm talking about reactors
noblebunny
1 year ago
@Olegna
Lights can be added in two ways:
1) Within the Mecabricks Workshop, press L to bring up the Lamp tool. Applied lamps will show their effects when you switch from "Design" to 3D Rendering" mode using the dropdown menu in the top right.
2) Within Blender, press Shift+A and scroll through the resulting menu to "Light."

It might seem a little confusing at first, but with a little experimentation, it's easy enough to figure out.
Olegna
1 year ago
thank you so much!
for the blender way I knew it, but for that mecabrik I didn't know ...
Salatschleuder
1 year ago
Great work.
Is this buildable with real bricks?
Because I only looked at the cannons and I think there are missing some bars inside.
Cliff_Guy404
1 year ago
I don't think so, there's no clipping but some of the part colors are unobtainable.
Operator011
1 year ago
@Cliff_Guy404: Yeah. What's clipping? I keep seeing people use that term, but I don't actually know what it means! xD
Cliff_Guy404
1 year ago
It's just where two pieces collide with each other and they have a clipping effect. Essentially two bricks colliding in a way that can't be recreated IRL.
Operator011
1 year ago
@Cliff_Guy404: Oh yeah, that what I thought it meant. Thanks for clarifying though!
Cliff_Guy404
1 year ago
It's used as a design tool most of the time
Salatschleuder
1 year ago
I think the colors are not that problem, I would use an available color for that parts.
I thought if the construction is buildable.
Electroweak05
1 year ago
I just noticed this is in minifigure scale.
PrivateAcorn722
6 months ago
wow this is awesome were do you get your inspiration it is absolutely fantastic.
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