Not that much, but here it goes anyway. 🙂
Added the thrusters, and started to play with colors.
Time for a small update. This time, it´s about a mesh that I´m building in 3ds max. The mesh is the Apollo Class… Take a look and tell me what do you think about her. 🙂
First, let me tell you about the layout. The previous version for this blog wasn´t functional (cropped images, repeated information, etc). Time for a new change!!! So, I present you this new version, with better images and a menu on top of the page. Hope that you like. 😉
Now, let´s talk about ships. A few months ago, I posted a rendering of the batlleship Enterprise, a mesh that is beeing built by Krisztián “Enterprise-E” Szijj. I believed that it was left behind, but I´m happy to tell you that I was wrong. So, here it goes the updated rendering. Enjoy!
Again, a long time without any updates… Excuse me! It´s time to talk about the USS Aventine, a ship designed by Mark Rademaker, a tallented guy with impressive skills.
Here, Mark talks about the creative process behind the USS Aventine, and here you can see a low polly version coming to life.
Be sure to check the updates on DJ Curtis thread too, about the Cardassian ship. 😉
Yes, yet another one. This time, a completelly different, designed by Jeffery Wright. Want to read more? Click here!!
It isnt´t that commom to find Cardassian ships designed by fans. To find a high polly version of one of these beasts is even more rare… So, it´s a different thing to show you here. 🙂 When searching for fan made Cardassian ships, I found two. One in high polly, and other in medium polly. Here it goes them! First, the one made by Nathan Zeichner, the cardassian interceptor:
The second one is an early 25th century ship, designed by “DJ Curtis” for Bridge Commander. Take a look: