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A Light in the Darkness by Rob-Caswell A Light in the Darkness by Rob-Caswell
Just a bit of art to round out my weekend. USS Pioneer model by Foomandoonian, with Poser conversion by Mattymanx, via www.foundation3d.com. Shuttlecraft by XCalPro. Background by FrostBo. DAZ Studio render.
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Foomandoonian Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2014   Digital Artist
Nice! I don't think I've ever seen another render of my ship. I didn't even realise it had been converted to Poser format. :D
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Rob-Caswell Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014  Professional General Artist
Ah! Yes! YOUR ship (it took me a second). A fine piece of work on all levels, if I do say so! Thanks SO, SO much for sharing the effort! It's been a fun model to play with!! :D
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Steve629 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2013
I love this one!
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Rob-Caswell Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thanks!!
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WildSpaceSaga Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I love this four engine monster^^
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Rob-Caswell Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012  Professional General Artist
It does sorta grow on ya :)
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AzrielMordecai Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012  Professional General Artist
Again, excellent work. Very cool design.
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Rob-Caswell Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012  Professional General Artist
Thanks - glad it connects with ya! :)
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redracer01 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012
Well as i recall you only need two to form a warp field. does having four make it more stable? or did the extra nacelles serve another purpose?
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Rob-Caswell Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012  Professional General Artist
Well if you need two, then how does a Scout/Destroyer work?

Eh. It's all made up tech anyway and it seems the "two nacelles necessary" went out the window in 1976, so... why four? Maybe better acceleration? Maybe longer sustained use? I can also go with "it looks cooler" ;)

Personally I'm not a big fan of the four-nacelle designs, but for some reason this one clicks with me.
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