Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Lego Creations: DS9 Runabout



Not my favorite Star Trek vessel by a longshot, but look at the detail on this Lego model.


Lego Creations: Metal Gear Solid REX


Metal Gear Solid REX V.2 by Ragnarock01

Okay, I'm not the world's biggest Metal Gear Solid fan, but this model is damn impressive.


Lego Creations: Venator Mark III Star Destroyer


Via: MOCpages

Even if I had the money for the pieces, I'd never have the talent to design a Lego model like this.  It's all I can do to assemble the more complex sets from the directions provided without swearing up a blue streak.  I do love to gaze upon the eyecandy of others' creations, though, and this is a beauty.  Follow the link for more in-depth descriptions. 
"This is a theoretical version I created of the Venator Mark III Star Destroyer. There is a Mark II class on Wikipedia already, so I made this the Mark III version developed just before the Imperial Class Star Destroyer.

For those die hard Star Wars fans, this does not comply with the official lexicon. I was more interested in creating a hypothetic version of the Star Destroyer, which was created from my Star Destroyer and AT AT Walker sets. This version is 44 inches long, 28 inches wide and 17 inches tall. If the original Imperial Star Destroyer set was used as a comparative scale, the Venator Mark III Star Destroyer would be 1900 meters long, 1210 meters wide and 735 meters tall (with the landing gear extended). This makes it significantly larger than the standard Imperial Class Star Destroyer, and quite a bit bigger than the 1,137 meter long Venator Class Star Destroyer. I guess this would qualify as a super carrier."

Posters: The Dark Crystal


"When Single Shines The Triple Sun" by Dave Perillo
Prints available for purchase from Bottleneck Gallery. US$40


Posters: Back To The Future


"Back To The Future" by Ryan Brinkerhoff
Prints available for purchase from The Movie Gang. US$20


Sci-Fi Round-Up: June 21, 2017



Interviews

Chris Trujillo ('Stranger Things' Production Designer) discusses creating grittier look
Interview With Nicky Drayden, author of The Prey Of Gods
Ooh, That's Nice: An Exclusive Interview With Sean Gunn
"Star Trek: Discovery" Producers Talk Delays
Star Wars Battlefront 2 Actor Gets Emotional Discussing Iden Versio

Link Round-Up: June 21, 2017


"Oldboy" by Josh G. Eckert
Prints available for purchase from Society6. US$18.64

Adam Savage recently took a tour of Artisan’s Asylum, a 40,000 square-foot, 400-member community fabrication center located just outside of Boston. The Asylum is entirely community run and funded, and features spaces for makers to build, share, and take classes.  Five minutes into the tour, all I can think about is how much I wish a place like Artisan’s Asylum existed in my hometown.

Doctor Who TARDIS Stein presumably holds more beer on the inside

Hear Bob Dylan’s Newly-Released Nobel Lecture: A Meditation on Music & Lyrics

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