The LL-300 Patrol Craft was designed to patrol the edge of explored
space. Its broad wing shape provides ample lift in the thin atmospheres
of gas giants and terraforming planets. Equipped with two large drive
engines as well as two smaller intra-atmospheric engines, the LL-300 is
able to move quickly along the frontier to perform its mission duties.
The small onboard rover provides the crew with mobility when they must
venture onto a planet's surface.
This was a very organic build, as I didn't have a sketch or concept in
mind. The only items I had in mind when beginning the build were the
T-shaped tail using the spoiler piece, and the engines set into the
wings. When building the tail, I decided to try angling the sides of
the fuselage, and the rest followed from there. The tail was a bit of a
challenge, given the odd angle of the technic connection. I included a
photo in my gallery
of my solution for that.