Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Atolm, Jan 19, 2020.
So I got a 3D printed version of my Praetor's Glory the other day in the mail, and I just thought I'd share her to you guys all dressed up:
Wow, that is gorgeous! How big is the final model?
Cool, nice to see that design in the flesh.
Thanks. She is some 7" long, 6 3/4" wide, and 7 1/4" tall (roughly)
Aye. She is my favorite romulan vessel that I've designed.
I can also see the halo section on the face of an actress
Yeah, probably because from the front view, the ship looks like a helmet or mask.
Here comes the bad year blimp, yeah I can see that fly around intimidating people.. Really love the way how you integrated the saucer shaped bit into the rest of the hull.
I really enjoy TOS trek Romulans. I like that they too have a saucer, but it is more integrated in their one TOS ship. So I try to build off of that, but also hint to their future vessels,
Absolutely stunning! No wonder she's your favourite. Did you do the painting?
Romulan TOS Warbird concept:
Cool design! Reminds me a lot of this one: http://www.yann-souetre.com/3d2/slides/Spaceship-02-Odysseus-Renaissance.jpg
Also there's a bit of D'Deridex in here which is nice.
I love the detail how the bird is holding their left wing to their chest!
YEAH!!! Thanks I have always loved the Ulysses 31 Starship... My hands down absolute favorite Animated vessel. I feel honoured to have my ship compared to it Thanks!
Thanks! I try to think of the bird motif when designing these older styled Romulan ships. Thanks for noticing
Awesome new birds and that 3D printed one is epic awesome! =D
It is a really nice design, those nacelles in the middle give it something extra.
As for Odysseus, I always liked that design, very different and inventive but Captain Future's "Comet" design from the '70's anime is a very strong contender.
Thanks! I too love the Comet, but as for innovation and iconic design, the Odysseus takes the cake.
So this one is my attempt at making some sense of the Warbirds from Picard. After some research I got some views and decided to opt something ..."thicker".
Here is my version for "commodore" Oh's Warbird:
That's MUCH better! The Picard Romulan ships just seemed so impractical with all that really thin wing - they were more like one or two person atmospheric craft. I liked the design of the head/beak of Oh's ship, and I thought it looked OK from the top, but your take on it actually says "Warbird" to me (rather than the runabout/shuttle-like ship that Oh commanded).
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