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Old September 10 2013, 06:13 AM   #61
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Old September 10 2013, 09:58 AM   #62
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It's probably too early to ask, but do you know if this is a major change in direction for Titan, or just for this storyline? Will the next Titan novel (assuming there is one) be political or exploration-y?
You're right, it is too early to ask.
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Old September 10 2013, 04:49 PM   #63
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It's probably too early to ask, but do you know if this is a major change in direction for Titan, or just for this storyline? Will the next Titan novel (assuming there is one) be political or exploration-y?
You're right, it is too early to ask.
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Old September 11 2013, 12:07 AM   #64
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Probably a temporary swerve. Titan has always been more exploration based.
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MOD NOTE: this isn't the review thread for revelation and dust, be careful of your discussion please

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Old September 11 2013, 03:12 AM   #66
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And that cover, is just amazingly beautiful, Titan, Earth and the Moon on the cover and a very well done render of all three is just wonderful, so wonderful, I have it as my desktop image now!



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Old September 11 2013, 04:43 PM   #69
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And that cover, is just amazingly beautiful, Titan, Earth and the Moon on the cover and a very well done render of all three is just wonderful, so wonderful, I have it as my desktop image now!
Hey, that's a good idea.
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And that cover, is just amazingly beautiful, Titan, Earth and the Moon on the cover and a very well done render of all three is just wonderful, so wonderful, I have it as my desktop image now!
Hey, that's a good idea.
I plan to do that as each book is released - right now I have the Revelation and Dust cover, next Crimson Shadow, etc.
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There is only one appropriate reaction to that image of the Titan.

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Thank you for the nice words about the cover - it was a pleasure doing it! The Titan is a brand new high-res model that I built. She should be very exact, as it was built to the exact specs of Seans original design - and he was very helpful in making sure it´s correct in all aspects.
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Thank you for the nice words about the cover - it was a pleasure doing it! The Titan is a brand new high-res model that I built. She should be very exact, as it was built to the exact specs of Seans original design - and he was very helpful in making sure it´s correct in all aspects.
Is there anyway for you to release some uber-highres 5-view shots, like dorsal, ventral, front, back and side? Sean's design and your modeling have made what is certainly one of the best looking fanships out there, in my opinion.
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