Uh, Houston... We might possibly have a bit of a problem...
About this creation
I'm back again with the second of two builds that I worked on last Saturday and Sunday. This creation involved a lot of techniques that I hadn't tried before, but I was pretty pleased with the end result (even if that result looked like Lego deconstructivism & anti-constructionalism at its best).
Here's a space station that has had a bit of a run in with an asteroid. Fortunately, it wasn't one of the 600 mile-in-diameter ones that have been known to frequent the galaxy. But all the same, I'm sure the engineer is wishing that he had invested a little bit more monetarily in the deflector shields and defensive cannons...
Still love this technique. Curved walls are the boss (even though in this case they weren't enough to deter a certain large pieces of rock traveling at 28,000 mph). This is the first time that I actually ended up connecting the curved wall sections together. They end up being pretty tough until you remove several of the layers such as in this build.
So how's the wreckage look? I'd be most appreciative for your tips and comments, enabling me to become a better builder :)
Great work, Promar! I really like how the build (especially the wall) is almost studless. The floor looks a little bit messy, but I think that if you took out the 1x1 plates, it would clean it up a lot. Keep building!