Wow, there is almost too much to say about this one, the golden rings for decoration, the intricate wooden framework, the chains and pulleys, the wind up key, the steam engines and turbines, but my favourite feature is the cozy lounge chair for the pilot, so very Victorian, I can imagine him reading the newspaper with a cup of tea while flying it. Superbly realised idea, outstanding work!
Man, a really epic creation here! Excellent work on capturing the vintage look! Very creative idea, too! I especially like the wood and chrome pieces you added as well as the little wind-up key on the front of the ship. Total awesomeness! 5/5! :-)
Man, your works always get me looking, Legopard. This is no exception. Quite a daunting undertaking to take one of the most iconic sci-fi ships and change the genre, but you pulled it off with flying colors. I love how you made it look like just the framework of the ship, which keeps with the tradition of Slave I, as it is a ship that looks like it's covered with replacement parts. One of my faves from you, sir. Great work!
This thing is choc packed full of detail! It's vintage yet sophisticated! and your pictures are nice. I think it would be cool if it had some giant balloons on the wings to give it some lift, like a blimp.
I like it
July 26, 2014
I can see in my mind this thing just crackling along in the sky!