Duckman has made some significant progress on the interior of his Confed carrier rendered in Minecraft. The ship looks pretty sharp from the outside, but the real challenge is making the bridge, pilot's lounge and other familiar locations look reasonably accurate with only colored blocks available. In the second image below, a section of the extior hull has been removed in order to reveal some of the internal deck structure. There's also a small cubical Thunderbolt VII underneath the larger warship. Everything might cast a characteristically "Lego" vibe, but this isn't child's play! What you see here is nearly 900,000 blocks representing more than 165 hours of virtual effort!
My current stats for this project:
Play/Buildtime: 6.91 days (165.84 hours ; time InGame)
Distance walked: 309.07 km (192.05 miles)
Distance flown: 989.50 km (614.85 miles)
Used blocks/stones: 888493
[Image #2] is a "bugged out" picture showing part of the engine and a cross section of the decks. (sometimes the render engine of Mnecraft "forgets" to render some of the "chunks"). As you can see, I am building all decks, including rooms for the crew. In this picture you can also see the Thunderbolt MK VII and the Quad Anti-Matter cannon mounted beneath the carrier. All decks will have a different color combination for the carpet.