Flight of the wedges

Arrowhead I've always enjoyed Legodrome's creations. They're made of fairly austere geometry, but the builder uses the large surfaces of his starships and aircraft as a canvas for thoughtful detailing. I particularly like the trio of bulbs made by the cockpit and the four wedges on either side just behind it. I think it's neat that both the older 6069 and the newer 64225 are used; the combination of straight and curved slopes suggests a tear-drop shape.

SSL-Multishot Mark Stafford's space freighter is based on a Peter Elson illustration. It's actually an old creation, he originally posted in back in 2006. It's still has vivid as it was when I viewed it as a MOCpages lurker, so check it out.

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