Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Atolm, Apr 17, 2020.
That is a sharp looking spacecraft..
They say don't poke the bear. Well, this bear will poke you right back!
A reference to the Barge of the Dead?
Oh, sorry I missed your question. No it was not a reference to that vessel.
Klingon Battle Group:
All your ships are done in a certain style and yet can be wildly different and also always there's a great attention to detail and you're getting better each time.
Thanks again. I am not doing it as an improvement, but rather, as in the cases of the Klingon fleet and new Romulan, me being a tad lazy, and trying to salvage the sketch drawing by working digitally (which for me is actually the harder route to go....as it took me way longer to do it that way then it would have had I did it my normal way).
That's pure envy speaking since I am a talentless hack..
lol...well there are guys here who should be working for Trek and you know what...they don't want us. So Guess that makes all "talentless hacks". But at least we are all in it together.
That is an interesting topic to talk about maybe, everyone in here makes amazing works of art, 2D, 3D and even physical models, they obviously have the passion and talent for it and yet they're indeed not working for Trek, I really wonder why, I would assume the people who are actually involved in Trek know what kind of people we have here.
the one on the left looks like it melded with a Narn crusier
Aye bro, this is true.
Funny, I thought it she looked a bit Tholian with a hard geometric shape hull resting atop her winged secondary hull.
I like the Tel-'etlh-Class. Did you imagine it (and the battlegroup you just posted) for the TMP/TOS era?
It's hard to tell usually with the Klingons since their TMP ships spanned into TNG :\
The Tel'etlh is a tng era vessel designed after the production of the Sovie...the battlegroup is a TMP era scene, with the left-hand klingon being a newly entered vessel to the klingon defense force.
Stunning as usual
That color image would look even more cool with some contrast and sharpening....
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