At last the final version of this can be revealed!
For the past two years I’ve been in a building slump, so to get back on track I decided to practice the basics. I’d heard that SNOT (Studs Not On Top) building was a popular technique, so I wanted to hone my skills at that. The result? The SNOT Rocket, a Classic Space-ish model with nary a stud on top; in fact, pretty much the whole thing is upside-down. Is that SNOT enough for you?
Here is the original image I blurred before. As I said, this was just a proof-of-concept to see if I had the pieces to actually make an upside-down spaceship. Once I confirmed I did, I scrapped a lot of it and worked on making it look nice.
In the process I also re-sorted all my Legos back into color-separated bins, though larger ones than I had before.
Speaking of, do you know how many of this piece I have?
Answer: more than this many
Please enjoy SR826-77, a/k/a the SNOT Rocket. If it confuses you, you’re not alone.