Vaygr Destroyer

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The last vessel in the Vaygr fleet and also another SHIP (though narrowly at 101 studs). I really enjoyed the challenge of building an asymmetrical SHIP and think that it turned out quite well.

The destroyer met its untimely demise on Saturday to raucous cheering. Stay tuned for pictures of the destruction.

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  1. Jan, The Creator 29 months ago | reply

    Wow! This is so awesome!

  2. -soccerkid6 29 months ago | reply

    Wowzers! A stunning SHIP, that fits beautifully with the others in your Vaygr fleet :)

  3. W. Navarre 29 months ago | reply

    Piece of epicness! I myself wish you wouldn't put the red and yellow sticks on the front though..

  4. Legopard 29 months ago | reply

    Great use of the seed part :D

  5. Tim C76 29 months ago | reply

    This is, (was), a great build, Tim. Top notch shaping and color blocking. I especially like your use of the yellow rail pieces. Would not have expected those parts to work so well. Nice to see this in person, and a pleasure to meet you.

  6. VAkkron 29 months ago | reply

    The asymmetry turned out perfect.

  7. Infernum ~ 29 months ago | reply

    Awesome shaping and colors! Great work!

  8. Rphilo004 29 months ago | reply

    Really nice work getting the two forward hull segments to slope inward! Would love to see a reverse angle of the starboard side!

  9. thehaarie 29 months ago | reply

    Awesome SHIP 😆

  10. Sydag 29 months ago | reply

    Quite well, huh ? you mean friggin' fantastic !!

  11. Gabe Umland 29 months ago | reply

    Asymmetry is something Lego fans need to embrace more, props to you

  12. David FNJ 29 months ago | reply

    An amazing ship that met a most glorious end...bravo Tim! Awesome detail.

  13. Tim Schwalfenberg 29 months ago | reply

    Jan T. -soccerkid6 VAkkron Infernum ~ Henry Maelven Thanks guys!

    Gabe Umland It's something new to me as well, but I think that I might try and incorporate it in some other builds.

    Tim Clark Thanks Tim! It was a pleasure to meet you as well. May it rest in pieces.

    Jonas Kramm I was wondering if you'd notice :D

    W. Navarre Thanks! The red and yellow sticks are from the original in game design, so I decided to keep them.

  14. nate_daly 29 months ago | reply

    The way you've angled the white/red sections really works. Well done!

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