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Lapis II by TysonTan Lapis II by TysonTan
SYNC Series [link]
-Synthetic Dreams-

used in later story
a close-range battle airship
forehead and wings are its weapon
the round ball is the bridge, which can spin to keep balance inside.
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:iconvictortky:
would be nice to see if the ship is sharp and all the sharp points converge on one section, and then the bridge is located inside the front part of the ship. I can't see its weaponry by the way
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:iconmetallearner:
NOW THAT'S A SHIP I WOULDN'T MIND COMMANDEERING!!! :headbang: even though I'm not a trekkie :X
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MasterOkiAkai Nov 10, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
A gyro balanced bridge compartment...now there's a novel idea!
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:iconcruxis-swordsman:
cruxis-swordsman Aug 26, 2006
Pretty awesome ship =O

Amazing design<3
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shatteredjigsaw Apr 14, 2006
You'd made some great ship designs for old-school space shooters (I adore the BG designs used in them). The bottom wing feels complex but you probably got everything just the way you wanted it months ago. Still a nice sleek concept for a ship.
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shakino May 23, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i think the desugn is really good...i find it hard to design ships n stuff but i can really imagin this one working...(i'd luv to fly in this one...fingers crossed) luv shakino
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:icontheblackduke:
Hmmm....just a suggestion here, I think a design with so many varying edges is somewhat hard to maintain (i.e. drawing it over and over again would be rather difficult). Do you think there's a way to merge some of those points together while maintaining the effect you're looking for? Just a suggestion with regards to convenience.

I can't help but like your use of colour however....I'm definitely learning something from this.
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TysonTan May 23, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
it's a good suggestion
I am really working on it.
thanks.
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AdvanceX May 18, 2005  Student Digital Artist
I like the coloring and design. nice good
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