A small (or large) MOC for the road on this Monday morning, after a weekend full of rumors and diverse and varied speculations with this impressive ISD (Imperial Star Destroyer) offered by Jerac.
I see some coming, it's not worth comparing this MOC with the set 75055 Imperial Star Destroyer just available for sale, the two ships have nothing in common: Neither the number of parts, nor the dimensions, nor the cost price ... I remind you that the MOCeurs generally free themselves from all the constraints to which LEGO have to face. Some produce elaborate creations without restrictions on the number of pieces, the type of pieces, the size or the final weight of the work, where the other must offer a product with an acceptable content / price / margin / playability ratio. .
That being said, the ISD of Jerac, while SNOT (For Studs Not On Top), incorporates more than 40.000 pieces, measures about two meters long, weighs about fifty kilos and thanks to this technique becomes a real exhibition model. I also wonder how many people discovering this MOC on assembly photos like the one above will take a few seconds to understand that these are LEGO parts.
Other photos, notably of the design phase of this ISD with views of the interior structure, can be seen on Jerac's flickr gallery.
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