Karim Nassar (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted the following
bit of advice to space ship constructors on
[...] I've been thinking about things a little and I realized that my
best stuff comes when I stop thinking about the standard "studs-up"
orientation of the bricks (such as the DragonFly instructions on my
page). It's kind of like Ender in the Battle School ("the enemy's gate is
*down*")... you have to ignore the artificial psychological limitations
of gravity, or in this case, Lego bricks :)
- This is where I hide my exploration vessels and various experiments
with strange wing arrangements. Why a space ship needs wings? Because it
looks cool of course.
- Some loose ideas for ground-based "space" models. Currently it
contains suggestions for a whole new theme called the wind people
- Star Wars
- Star Wars minifigures designed by David J. Oakes and building
instructions for a T.I.E Interceptor by Derrick S. Ginter.
Base (other site)
- Paul Mison has built a quite nice base in Exploriens style. The names
of his vehicles sounds like he appreciates
Iain Banks' Culture