Day 14: LL-560 "Seraph" Heavy Interceptor

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Today we continue our adventure in Classic Space  with one of the Federations's finest fighters, the LL-560 Seraph by Peter L Morris.

LL-560 Sereph

The Seraph is a heavy fighter built for fleet defense and attack operations. It features two heavy plasma cannons and two short range photon rifles. The cockpit is well armored, though visibilty is poor. Many pilots initially complain about the tunnel-vision effect, but they quickly fall in love with the overwhelming firepower and superb maneuverability.

A sereph landed

Few Seraphs are in service, however, due to their extreme cost and high maintenance requirements.

LL-560 Behind

Peter says this: Originally my entry was going to use Peter Reid's cockpit, and a more traditional design - more of a Classic Space Earth Directorate Starfighter (from Buck Rogers). But I just didn't like the way it was coming together, so I scrapped it and went with a sketch I'd made. The sketch was inspired by several of nnenn's MOCs.

LL-560LDraw model

We love the non-standard shape of this, and the fantastic part usage. It's great that Peter makes the time to produce digital versions of his models. It's a great way of keeping a record of models that may not exist any longer.

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