Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Stickseler, Jul 3, 2006.
I wish I had the patience
That is awesome.
I honestly don't want to calculate the amount of money it took to create that.
Somebody isn't getting laid..............
When I was into modeling, every once in awhile I got one of the modeling magazines. One issue, they had a feature on a model that IIRC was the USS Enterprise. I don't remember what scale, but it was a complete model like this one, complete with takeoffs and landings being depicted on the deck.
someone needs to get out of the house
Good God, that's a lotta Legos!
Somebody definitely needs to get laid...
He was out of the house... didn't you see him by the water?
I wonder if that thing would float?
lol what do you think he did after that picture
Wow.. straight up wow...
You were a model?
Nor the time it took either.......
I work on the real USS Harry S. Truman. He did pretty good on the outside but of course there are small probs with it. There is no way I could or would ever do that. I wonder how many hours that took...
I bet it would. I used to make stuff out of Legos to put into the fish tank (until I got tired of cleaning them afterwards) and they would always float if I didin't build it under water because of the trapt air. When you pop them together a tiny bit of air is captured inside of the bricks, not a lot but enough to float the two bricks. Do that over and over and he's got a ton of air in there.
I was going about the would it float equation differently. I started thinking in terms of displacement and got to wondering if it really would float. I'm not so sure it would
Maybe it's hollow inside? I bet it's superglues together too...
Can you say OCD....
It would probably float, but unless its weighted at the bottom it would not be very stable. Most likley it would end up on its side.
I never seen that set at Toys-r-us?
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