ISD Tyrant in Orbit

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    Thanks to the brothers brick for featuring the Tyrant!

    www.brothers-brick.com/2016/05/11/giant-lego-star-wars-im...

    (it's only 56 inches though, but who's counting right?)

    (K_A) King_Arthur, michaelozzie1, and 174 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. D-BRICKS 30 months ago | reply

      I do not understand how this is not receiving so much favorites, its one of the best replicas of such a ship I have seen, and the interior is fascinating to see, given that you really did not seem to risk any detail on the exterior to create the interior! Solid job!

    2. raskolnikov268 30 months ago | reply

      Thanks! A lot of people saw it other places, I think. I'm kind of new to the whole Flickr thing.

    3. Magnus-L 30 months ago | reply

      This is just ridiculous. I need to take some time to look through all the pics.

    4. Magnus-L 30 months ago | reply

      I'd encourage you to join some groups on flickr and add pictures to those groups, so that more people can see this thing. I'm not a SW builder, but there must be several SW and space themed groups.

    5. michaelozzie1 30 months ago | reply

      Congratulations on getting blogged too by brothers brick.

    6. raskolnikov268 30 months ago | reply

      Magnus-L Groups, huh? I shall look into this, thanks!

    7. Magnus-L 30 months ago | reply

      Send me a flickrmail if you need any help with that.

    8. porschecm2 30 months ago | reply

      raskolnikov268 Haha, that was my bad for saying it was 6 feet instead of 5, because I can't math today (it's updated now). And Magnus is right: flickr groups are where people discover your work. Definitely add a few choice shots of your creations to www.flickr.com/groups/lego/ There are also more specific groups for LEGO creations in certain genres.

    9. W. Navarre 30 months ago | reply

      Lovely work, both on the spaceship and the edit!

    10. SpaceMan Nathan 30 months ago | reply

      Awesome. And it is big enough that it needs a scale Millennium Falcon hiding on the back.

    11. damoncorso 30 months ago | reply

      Unreal buddy! Well done!

    12. magykfyre17 30 months ago | reply

      This is insanely amazing, and the interior is unbelievable!

    13. kosbrick 30 months ago | reply

      Mind blowing! Hope you don't mind :) Blogged: kosbrick.com/2016/05/18/isd-tyrant/

    14. Bert.VR 28 months ago | reply

      Such an impressive creation, even after seeing Jerac's Star Destroyer. The exterior is great with the right mix of studded and studless, and some great panels. The greebles are as they should be, the engine section is phenomenal and the angles at the back of the bridge witness from your attention to detail. But then... it opens to reveal an interior. That's just plain magic. You have all of the essential rooms, some funny scenes and an entire lovely armada of ships in there. All of that without anything that looks structural in sight. A true marvel of engineering and art I'm absolutely in love with. I hope you don't mind this being the banner on our FB page for a while ;)

    15. raskolnikov268 28 months ago | reply

      Bert Van Raemdonck Ah thanks! Glad you like it, and I love the blog post. You can use it on the blog as much as you want.

      It sounds like you've also spent some time studying the shapes of Star Destroyers -- for things that looks like solid gray triangles from a distance, they do have a surprising number of weird angles.

      (retyped this, since I think I didn't reply correctly before)

    16. chriscrowley2 7 months ago | reply

      raskolnikov268 just wondering how you get your backgrounds for this picture

    17. raskolnikov268 7 months ago | reply

      Chris Crowley Lol, honestly the Brothers Brick photoshopped this one. The other photoshops in my flickr are mine, though, and I just grab whatever public domain space backgrounds are available.

    18. chriscrowley2 7 months ago | reply

      raskolnikov268 do you use a specific app or program to do it ?

    19. raskolnikov268 7 months ago | reply

      Chris Crowley I use gimp, it's free and seems fine to me.

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