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UB-TOA5T Heavy Fighter

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It may be more than twice the size of many fighters, but with its massive engines the UB-TOA5T is hardly limited by its bulk. Agility that rivals most small fighters and enough fire power to match many larger ships make the UB-TOA5T a formidable enemy.

Click any of the pictures to see a larger image.

My favorite angle:



Side view:



Back view:



Bottom view:



Front view:



The canopy open:



A couple of shots with the roof removed to show the interior:





Some construction photos:





Comments:
Alice Quick (from quickster428@aol.com) September 26, 2008, 8:13 am
Dear Blake,

This is just amazing - and so are you! Your incredible talent and your generous heart have always made you special - not to mention your intelligence! Jeff sent me this - and I think he sent it to everyone else he knows because he's so proud of you. I think you should send it to NASA :). 

I'm so glad you're going to be warm this winter - hope all is going well for you. Jeff wants to go to college wherever you are! Love, Aunt Alice
Visitor (from donatello_nobody@nowhere.com) September 26, 2008, 1:55 pm
This model is so cool that I feel bad about critiquing it in any way.

Still: it really needs landing gear.  You have a canopy that opens, so it's fairly obvious how the crew enters the ship, and how the ship would be parked.

Four struts, two fore and two aft, angled diagonally.
Anonymous June 3, 2009, 1:37 pm
i agree with the person who just typed landing gear really this is a very good fighter and i wish i had that much tallent
but it does need landing gear nice job keep it up!:)
soren December 22, 2009, 5:29 am
gyou and dan jassim kick it right there, you should both get you're models in production line from lego, so they could learn a thing or two about creativity. do you have any instructions of your models, so we humble bulders could take a look and see how it's meant to be in your world of sci-fi
Blake December 22, 2009, 8:31 am
www.blake-foster.com
Thanks Soren! I try to post photos that show some of the more interesting building techniques, but I don't have any instructions available. Dan Jassim has instructions for his Desk Model Fighter available. (http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=57802)
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