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Microscale GAIA "Stormrider"
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This is my first micro-scale spacecraft. If a spaceship to travel among the stars, would in my opinion the drive and the reactor be the largest components. So I have now designed a ship where these components also represent the main part of the spaceship. I hope you like my first microscale spaceship.Parrington Levens and his GAIA series has inspired me.
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  April 14, 2015
Quoting Josiah Nelson Very good microscale creation! I am really impressed by the large amount of detail put into this build.
Thank you Josiah. To be honest, this ship is the result of a experiment with Lego parts.
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  April 14, 2015
Very good microscale creation! I am really impressed by the large amount of detail put into this build.
  February 19, 2015
Oh okay I wasn't sure.
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  February 19, 2015
Quoting Locutus 666 Eh ne :D. Ich habe dich zu einem Bild von mir hinzugefügt.
Habs gesehen, ist der Hammer wirklich richtig genial.
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  February 19, 2015
Quoting Commander Bricks Cool is it from Harlock?
No this is my own creation. Based on the series of Parrington Levens.
  February 19, 2015
Eh ne :D. Ich habe dich zu einem Bild von mir hinzugefügt.
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  February 19, 2015
Cool is it from Harlock?
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  February 19, 2015
Quoting Locutus 666 Uh das hab ich ja noch garnicht gesehen hier! Clevere Art mit den Droid Armen hinten. Der Schlauch in der Mitte ist auch NPU. Das Schiff hat ein recht hohes Maß an Prototypen-look. Da steckt bestimmt irgend eine fiese Alientechnologie drin! :D Achja, die Space-Hessen, schau mal in Flickr! ;)
Danke, mach ich .... finde da nur "Space Tage in Darmstadt" liegt ja in Hessen. meinst Du das ?
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  February 19, 2015
Uh das hab ich ja noch garnicht gesehen hier! Clevere Art mit den Droid Armen hinten. Der Schlauch in der Mitte ist auch NPU. Das Schiff hat ein recht hohes Maß an Prototypen-look. Da steckt bestimmt irgend eine fiese Alientechnologie drin! :D Achja, die Space-Hessen, schau mal in Flickr! ;)
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  February 10, 2015
Quoting Damon Corso This is a great mini-ship Stephan! excellent work, real fantastic color and parts selection on this one. Cheers to a great year of building.
Thanks Damon
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  February 10, 2015
This is a great mini-ship Stephan! excellent work, real fantastic color and parts selection on this one. Cheers to a great year of building.
  January 27, 2015
Ahh okay. Das ist dann natürlich schwer für dich die SMSen zu lesen XD. Kannst mir aber evtl mal eine andere Nummer für spontane zwecke hinterlassen per Mail? Wäre super ;) Vielen Dank und liebe Grüße, Sven
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  January 27, 2015
Quoting Sven Jagdmann Hey mein Lieber, da wollt ich dich mal besuchen spontan und dann reagierst garnicht auf die Nachrichten. Hat sich irgendwas an deiner Nummer ge�ndert und kann man dich auch mal notfalls telefonisch erreichen wenn man sowas spontanes vorhat? Hoffe dir und deiner Family gehts sonst auch so gut wie uns ;) Viele Liebe Gr��e, Sven
Oh das tut mir leid Sven. Das ist ja ein Diensthandy ( ich habe gar kein eigenes). Und es ist zur Reparatur , ich bekomme es erst morgen Mittag wieder. Dann sehe ich auch wer mich so alles kontakten wollte :)
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  January 27, 2015
Hey mein Lieber, da wollt ich dich mal besuchen spontan und dann reagierst garnicht auf die Nachrichten. Hat sich irgendwas an deiner Nummer geändert und kann man dich auch mal notfalls telefonisch erreichen wenn man sowas spontanes vorhat? Hoffe dir und deiner Family gehts sonst auch so gut wie uns ;) Viele Liebe Grüße, Sven
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  January 16, 2015
Quoting The Royal Brick Excellent build! It's just one big npu display!
Thank you
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  January 16, 2015
Excellent build! It's just one big npu display!
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  January 12, 2015
Quoting Tom Remy Very interesting design and parts usage!
Thanks Tom
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  January 11, 2015
Very interesting design and parts usage!
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  January 8, 2015
Quoting El Barto ! Killer ship, Dude! Love those graphics!
Thanks Dude
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  January 7, 2015
Killer ship, Dude! Love those graphics!
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  January 7, 2015
Quoting Nick Barrett Too much power is never enough! Very nice work :-)
Especially not when traveling through the galaxy. Thanks Nick
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  January 7, 2015
Too much power is never enough! Very nice work :-)
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  January 6, 2015
Quoting Dr. Monster Great ship. Cool shaping and colors.
Thank you Dr. Monster, nice that you're back
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  January 6, 2015
Great ship. Cool shaping and colors.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting matt rowntRee Awesome micro scale, love those Scala foam holders. Fantastic planning with a gigantic core for a drive system and a miniscule crew area. Excellent!
I'm glad you agree with me
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Kjell-Arne Wilsgård You deliver as always. I have never tried to build microscale. The scale gives a new dimension to spaceships as one can build ships that is enormous and still fits on a desk :) Very good design! Hope I get to travel on it sometime ;)
Thank you for your compliment.It would be delighted to welcome you in the universe GAIA micro scale.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Sven Jagdmann So, that's your first creation for starting in the new year. It turned out really really good my friend. Beautiful work in every detail in this small scale. ;) Great! Keep up your fantastic work.
I plan not to give up my friend.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Yann (XY EZ) So little but so incredibly detailled! Well done!
Thank you my friend.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Jared . Beautifully made, you're a master of your craft!
ohhh thank you so much.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Topsy Creatori I see this and think... expertly and technically designed and detailed! :)
Thank you for your praise. I am very pleased.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Nathan Pownell Excellent shaping!
thank you
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Pico van Grootveld Cool of you to pick up the GAIA storyline! Nice build as well, I see this as a hyperdrive engine sort of thing with the GAIA logo on it, ready to be put inside a mission ship. A future version of this http://goo.gl/RFNbG3 :D
Hey hey, the engine is a bit too small. Yes that with the logo is the reactor and Hyperdrive generator.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Kevin Yoo Great design for a spaceship, futuristic colors and the detail on the large engine is awesome.
Thanks mate
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Marc dZ Microscale has always fascinated me, as it is much more difficult to get shape and details. Stunning job, here! So few parts for a great great result. The design seems directly taken from a Sci-fi mag'. I agree with you concerning the engine, you made a NPU with droid arms and the grills. An excellent work on the base too. Simple, discreet but efficient.
Thank you Marc, your comments of are always a joy for me.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Parrington Levens GAIA! Awesoem dude, so glad to another GAIA vessel blasting out into space. Like Marc picks up on, given the GAIAverse story pick up at around 10008 AD, yes,there are a lot of space era where in form of shape or tech are likely to have been used. I love teh shape on this, and it just looks like something you could scan into PS, render, and have yourself a superb looking vessel. Nice engine solution on the rear also. Long live GAIA!!! :D
Your GAIA series has fascinated me for a long time. Now I also wanted to make a contribution.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Cheryl P Terrific shaping. I like the colors.
Thanks cheryl
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Centurion Cone Not sure exactly what this is but this is really really cool!
But it's a spaceship :)
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Scott Bourgeois I don't suppose you could post the LDD file for just the black base? That is an awesome structure!
I build only with Real Legos. In LDD I have very little experience.But I can give you by mail details
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting gene 3S Interesting build and usage of new part I've not seen before!
Nice that I can surprise you sometimes
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Scott Bourgeois That ship just exudes cool. Awesome build!
thanks Scott
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Thomas of Tortuga Impressive! I love how symmetrical and regular everything about this craft is.
Thanks, I am glad that you like it!
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde Yeah, very cool and some nice parts usage! This is how I imagine one of the ships GAIA has used to start exploring the galaxy. ~Cheers
Maybe I build even more for this topic
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting MCLegoboy ! Awesome. It has great logic yet still is aesthetically pleasing, it's wonderful.
thank you very much MCLegoboy
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Clayton Marchetti A perfect example of form following function! I love how you mounted the grills on the arms. Beautiful looking ship!
Thank you Clayton, it was very tricky to attach the grills.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Seaman SPb Great! Excellent design!
thanks Seaman
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting Daniel Calleri A very elegant micro scale build. Nice job!
I thank you three for the compliment.
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  January 5, 2015
Quoting David Roberts Nice! I like the concept of a massive engine and relatively small crew area. Is the cabin just that trans-blue bit at the front? There's also a part that I don't recognise at the front: I'll have to go and find it in LDD. A good looking micro-scale ship, which would be massive at minifig scale!
Thank you David, the foremost Transparent Blue part is the cockpit, the next are the habitats.So a ship in minifig scale would be a challenge.
Stephan Niehoff
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matt rowntRee
  January 4, 2015
Awesome micro scale, love those Scala foam holders. Fantastic planning with a gigantic core for a drive system and a miniscule crew area. Excellent!
Stephan Niehoff
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Kevin Yoo
  January 4, 2015
Great design for a spaceship, futuristic colors and the detail on the large engine is awesome.
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  January 4, 2015
You deliver as always. I have never tried to build microscale. The scale gives a new dimension to spaceships as one can build ships that is enormous and still fits on a desk :) Very good design! Hope I get to travel on it sometime ;)
 I like it 
  January 4, 2015
So, that's your first creation for starting in the new year. It turned out really really good my friend. Beautiful work in every detail in this small scale. ;) Great! Keep up your fantastic work.
 I like it 
  January 4, 2015
So little but so incredibly detailled! Well done!
 I like it 
  January 4, 2015
Beautifully made, you're a master of your craft!
 I like it 
  January 4, 2015
I see this and think... expertly and technically designed and detailed! :)
 I like it 
  January 4, 2015
Excellent shaping!
 I like it 
  January 4, 2015
Cool of you to pick up the GAIA storyline! Nice build as well, I see this as a hyperdrive engine sort of thing with the GAIA logo on it, ready to be put inside a mission ship. A future version of this http://goo.gl/RFNbG3 :D
 I like it 
  January 4, 2015
Microscale has always fascinated me, as it is much more difficult to get shape and details. Stunning job, here! So few parts for a great great result. The design seems directly taken from a Sci-fi mag'. I agree with you concerning the engine, you made a NPU with droid arms and the grills. An excellent work on the base too. Simple, discreet but efficient.
 I like it 
  January 3, 2015
GAIA! Awesoem dude, so glad to another GAIA vessel blasting out into space. Like Marc picks up on, given the GAIAverse story pick up at around 10008 AD, yes,there are a lot of space era where in form of shape or tech are likely to have been used. I love teh shape on this, and it just looks like something you could scan into PS, render, and have yourself a superb looking vessel. Nice engine solution on the rear also. Long live GAIA!!! :D
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  January 3, 2015
Terrific shaping. I like the colors.
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  January 3, 2015
Not sure exactly what this is but this is really really cool!
  January 3, 2015
I don't suppose you could post the LDD file for just the black base? That is an awesome structure!
 I like it 
  January 3, 2015
Interesting build and usage of new part I've not seen before!
 I like it 
  January 3, 2015
That ship just exudes cool. Awesome build!
 I like it 
  January 3, 2015
Impressive! I love how symmetrical and regular everything about this craft is.
 I like it 
  January 3, 2015
Yeah, very cool and some nice parts usage! This is how I imagine one of the ships GAIA has used to start exploring the galaxy. ~Cheers
 I like it 
  January 3, 2015
Awesome. It has great logic yet still is aesthetically pleasing, it's wonderful.
 I like it 
  January 3, 2015
A perfect example of form following function! I love how you mounted the grills on the arms. Beautiful looking ship!
 I like it 
  January 3, 2015
Great! Excellent design!
 I like it 
  January 3, 2015
A very elegant micro scale build. Nice job!
 I like it 
  January 3, 2015
Nice! I like the concept of a massive engine and relatively small crew area. Is the cabin just that trans-blue bit at the front? There's also a part that I don't recognise at the front: I'll have to go and find it in LDD. A good looking micro-scale ship, which would be massive at minifig scale!
 
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