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spaceship unfinished by PS-D spaceship unfinished by PS-D
Another vehicle of my private film project. I'm not satisfied with it at moment. I already collected some suggestions but i would apreciate to have some more.

3D modeling and Design: © Patrick Schad
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Djones90125 Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2014
Extraordinary design. Looks "realistic". Cheers!
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Cassey-B-Liberty Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome WTOL looking ship, the cabin n' engines is the best
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OrionShipworks Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
A very convincing design. I can really see this happening in real life. Looks fantastic!
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IFXT Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013
it looks awesome. defiantly movie quality i thhink. do the wings with the thrusters rotate on take off?
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xlhhnx Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012
I like this design quite a bit! However, if its going to be expressly a spacecraft then the intakes on the thrusters are not realistic, yet if it's an in-atmosphere vehicle they look very good. The front half of the vehicle looks very good, but it's hard to tell what exactly is going on with the tail.

Another suggestion is to connect the wings above the fuselage, but that's more of a ascetic choice than any kind of design problem. Overall, this looks great, keep up the good work!
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Digital-Quill Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is a beauty.
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CerebralPizza Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
You may not like it...but I sure do!
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dee200 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012
balllls
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ChainsawNL Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice, what program did you use to make it? Looks like a photoshop design, or did you use a 3d program?
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Brenainn Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2012  Professional General Artist
wow as in wow!
SO AWESOME, I'm on fire :onfire:
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nyxeka Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
yummeh.
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ElitistArab Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very cool, if it was a little bit more realistic it'd be really nice.
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Riplakish Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2011
lol uh oops for some reason I saw a recent comment and thought it was April 2011; I had no idea I was sending a message back years into the past oh well
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Riplakish Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2011
Love it. Saw it a few pages deep on a Goog "spaceship wallpaper" image search btw. Idea: a scorpion inspired ______ (whatever) coming from the back and pointing forward above it like a scorpion's tail.

What did you create this in?
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chalii Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
wow it have cute shape~
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risingsun0779 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2011
You want any uggestions ok this is my, maybe help:
1: remenber aliens movie, the troop transport I mean some missils outside

2: a machine gun turrent out side like world war 2 bomber

3: I don't think this help you, dune2000 PC game there is something looklike that ship:
[link]
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field-commander Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2010
thx. I need new inspiration.
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PINARCI Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Oh man this piece is , so very close to me . I could easily say . What , All alone the watch tower means for Hendrix , This piece means, that , to me . This is weird It just put me into a poetry mode , wow !
I guess ,I must say, we might have been drinking that cocktail from the same imagination well ...
Nice ship . nice model .
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PS-D Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2010
dwell?
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PINARCI Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Dwell ? ughm like , over a piece of exotic cake , well heck yeah !

Very nice work .
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jadeharper Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2009
Absolutely beautiful work there PS-D. I was wondering if it would be alright for a friend of mine to model a ship based off this design? It is for a space based mmo titled Infinity.
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PS-D Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2009
Thank you, it's surely alright if it's only based on the design. I'm looking forward to see it ;)
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westerchincey Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2009
Awesome ship, man. Wow! You inspired me to build this (as close as I can) with legos. The pivoting engines might give me troubles but hopefully it turns out cool. I'll have to take a photo to share if it turns out half as brilliantly as your design.
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PS-D Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2009
Thank you. Cool I'd love to see it.
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codeboy Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
there's an actual helicopter like this with 2 huge engines on the side, I totally forgot the name of the machine though >.>
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ziya1981 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2008
super.
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ParasiticCandy Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2008
This is awsome! :poke:
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d3p3ch3mod3 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2008
I'd make the gray area around the engine intake less flat shaded... like maybe sort of off black and granite... The way it looks now it kind of reminds me of the interior of a 2007 suv? just the texture i mean, the ship is BAD ASS... where can i see this film?
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D-Mounty Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2007
Ohh, I like how the flight deck is sunk a bit lower than the rest of the fuselage. Simmilar to how a large cat might stalk prey, it looks aggressive. The panels look good, and a lot of aircraft have manny panels like that to access certain parts. Only thing is that they would not be quite so beveled around the edges, the panel would be flush with the skin of the aircraft, but the edges would still show up just fine because of the sealant they use to fill the gap between the panel and the skin. Also, the panels with only 4 fasteners in each corner don't work. I think they attract too much attention and need to be a bit more subdued. Not to mention that the panel might tear off in flight with only 4 fasteners. usually you will see a crapload of small screws spaced about an inch or so apart all the way around the edge of the panel. I do like the gloss finish of the skin, but the mirrored finnish makes it difficult to understand the shape. Perhaps a powdered/polished titanium look, verry glossy and shiny but not so reflective. I know that textures aint easy though. The engines are a bit too big for me. the shape is great, but they hide a lot of the spacecraft. They don't seem to make much sense unless this is a serious heavy lifter. I wouldn't take away too much though, maybe shrink them by 20-25%. The hugeness does work for it even though it may be a bit overcooked. I just think the rest of the craft looks too good to be obsured by the huge ass engines. Oh, and the right wingtip light should be green (from the ship's perspective). I'm not trying to tear your work to peices, I like it verry much. Good job and good luck with your project!
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PS-D Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
Thank you very much. A detailed description like yours helps me a lot to learn what I should pay attention to and how I can improove the look. It also helps me doing the design of all the vehicles for the project.
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Notherguy Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2007  Hobbyist Artist
I'd definitely watch that movie! +fav
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PS-D Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2007
Thank you. It might run on a local channel in 30 years if the progress stays the same. ;)
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Sagunt Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Hahaha. I have lots of projects like that.

D-Mounty has good points regarding fasteners on panels, but in the future, couldn't they have a different way of closing and sealing access panels? You simply tell the central computer: "Open hatch - fusion converter - starboard." and it pops open for work.

I like the massive engines, it made me think of a supercar to do 200km/h on the autobahn.
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PS-D Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2009
you got the point ;)thank you!
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Great-5 Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
So is this a model or a drawing? Looks like it could be either. I like it a lot.
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PS-D Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2007
Thank you. It's a model.
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OutlawStudios Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
very nicely done the surfaces are really nicely done,and i also love the extruded and stamped look of the metal panels very realistic all n all it looks like a very convincing and plausuble
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PS-D Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2007
Thank you. Someone told me that the metal panels wouldn't look very realistic because surfaces should be more plane for better aerodynamic. But i like the look more than the look of e.g. the spaceship of Princess Amidala in Star Wars.
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shadeofsound Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2007
sorry I posted two, the top one is the one to keep, and this one can go as well.
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shadeofsound Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2007
shoot. I mean the bottom one. ok. now I'm done.
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shadeofsound Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2007
Since I get the feeling that this is a military vehicle, I will make suggestions as such. I do not think that it is too shiney; if it a atmospheric and space craft the heat and gasses from escape and reentry velocities would scour the surface and polish it very clean. Also, miltary aircraft maintenence crews are anal about their aircraft (and put their pride into them also), so they would definately keep it this clean. I think the problem with the shiny comes from a lack of heat shielding (because of having to deal w/atmospheric encounters) and you should consider putting that on somewhere. I like the ideas of the caution and warning labels, but those could use a little tweaking; if you live anywhere near an aircraft carrier museum, you should definately consider taking a trip out and looking at it close up. I think it would help with a lot of questions. I like what you've done with the cockpit by keeping the glass minimal and structural steel (or other material) prevalent; I think it keeps it more real like that. You might want to reconsider all the compartments you've put on the outside on the craft and also putting some sort of fueling jack more easily accessable (visible). Other than those small points, I really like your vehicle and it looks like it would be a blast to fly. (It also kind of reminds me of a cross between a Orion starfighter and Hercules heavy fighter from Descent Freespace, but only very little).

Great job and thanks for reading my incredibly long comment. :)
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PS-D Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2007
Thank you a lot shadeofsound.

A comment like this means a lot to me.

First of all it's not meant as an military vehicle but it's used as one in the plot. I think it's because of the sign (a dragon) and that the design doesn't look like the advertisement on a Plane (Logo of an Airline) I guess I'll put a companys logo on it, what do you think about that.
The clean look is meant like the 'Lotus Effect'.
The shielding thing is interesting. I think Materials of the future should stand a lot of atmospheric influence e.g they do a rollover while they enter athmosphere but maybe something inbetween is more interesting. I thought about putting the fuel jack into a place where many military aircrafts have them (you can see the opening but it should be opened into other direction) I think placing it somewhere at the top or at the front is better as the speed for fueling operations will be done at much higher in future or energy systems will improve.
Thank you a lot for your suggestions. These helped me to get new Ideas. I'll concentrate on the fragile parts first.

Regards, PS-D

By the way reading it is easier than giving an anwer. :D
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shadeofsound Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2007
Yes, the company logo would be more clear and concise to get your point across. if it's a personal plane used in a corporate manner, you might want to paint the nose to give it a more personal touch... or not, depending on your character's personality quirks.

Forgive me for only noticing this now, but I've been scrutinizing your bird there and i have to say that you have some incredibly beautiful lines around your cockpit area... I also just noticed what seems to me to be hot carbon-scoring around a nozzle at the nose... (just remember that traditional powder-propellant bullets don't work in space... yada yada you've probably heard that before...)

Your intakes look untextured, so I'm sorry if these particular suggestions seem redundant. You definitely want your intakes VERY shiny, more so than the rest of the plane, unless you want to try to explain away the fact of particulate matter being jammed into your expensive and most likely delicate engine components (lol). The output areas should be heat-tempered and resistant material - so darker than the rest of the plane...

I'm also assuming that the circular looking object protruding from the top of your cockpit is the hatch, nice touch. Oh wait that could be your fuel port... dang now I've confused myself...lol.

Another touch on warning labels and such is that the fueling port always gets a big red one with bold white caps saying 'fueling' or something of the nature. Also, the fueling port should be close to your tank to prevent the fuel line from traveling near and through vital components and components which could ignite the fuel in passing. And with the vents, compartments and warning labels (which right now your labels look more like placeholders, which I'm assuming you're using them as such) start out with a lot, like you have, then reduce as you clip the unnecessary from your ship. I think it's easier *wouldn't know, I'm a writer, not an artist* to remove then trying to insert something needed into a clustered area.

well, those are some more points I thought of, and I can't wait to see it when you finish up the rest of the bird the same way as you've done the nose area. Schematics anytime soon? :-D
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PS-D Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2007
Take a look at development of new ideas on private planes or better vehicles and at your own toughts about those.
Forget what you said about crutinizing this scrap. It's just a scrap.
Sorry that i didn't know about that powder-propellants won't work in space. The openings have nothing to do with any military purposes.
It might be that you got a totally diffrent point of view at the plot of the story till now.

The Warning lables are for those who will have to fuel or repair them manually.

Anyway your answers helped me even if they were'nt meant too serious.
Thank you.
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shadeofsound Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2007
No problems. Glad to help.
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PS-D Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2007
Sorry that my answer did sound a bit harsh. It's more like I'd love to show more of what I thought about it and I wasn't able to work on it, to show it yet.
What I mean about telling you to "forget about scrutinizing this scrap" was to forget about that you could "displease" me with your suggestions. (my english is quite poor)
And I should have placed a smiley after the (high technology) powder propellant thing. :D

A defenitly wrong sentence was "Anyway your answers helped me even if they were'nt meant too serious.". I meant Thank you for your Ideas from a diffrent point of view, but keep on with the humorous parts " like writing that you got lost in the details. ;) (even without a lol)

I'm looking forward to hear more of your thoughts.
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shadeofsound Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2007
Ah, I see. Well, I have to admit that it did seem in that manner. Of course you are forgiven, lol. I sometimes have that manner about me when I make comments. :)

On the contrary, your English is not as bad as you claim; I hear some speakers of the language who have a much worse grasp of their own tongue than you have of their written word...lol.

I look forward to seeing and saying more about your work myself :)
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shadeofsound Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2007
so, it's a gun-for-hire kind of thing. Alright; now I can see a little more where you come from.

Forgive me for only noticing this now, but I've been scrutinizing your bird there and i have to say that you have some incredibly beautiful lines around your cockpit area... I also just noticed what seems to me to be hot carbon-scoring around a nozzle at the nose... (just remember that traditional powder-propellant bullets don't work in space... yada yada you've probably heard that before...)

Your intakes look untextured, so I'm sorry if these particular suggestions seem redundant. You definitely want your intakes VERY shiny, more so than the rest of the plane, unless you want to try to explain away the fact of particulate matter being jammed into your expensive and most likely delicate engine components (lol). The output areas should be heat-tempered and resistant material - so darker than the rest of the plane...

I'm also assuming that the circular looking object protruding from the top of your cockpit is the hatch, nice touch. Oh wait that could be your fuel port... dang now I've confused myself...lol.

Another touch on warning labels and such is that the fueling port always gets a big red one with bold white caps saying 'fueling' or something of the nature. Also, the fueling port should be close to your tank to prevent the fuel line from traveling near and through vital components and components which could ignite the fuel in passing. And with the vents, compartments and warning labels (which right now your labels look more like placeholders, which I'm assuming you're using them as such) start out with a lot, like you have, then reduce as you clip the unnecessary from your ship. I think it's easier *wouldn't know, I'm a writer, not an artist* to remove then trying to insert something needed into a clustered area.

well, those are some more points I thought of, and I can't wait to see it when you finish up the rest of the bird the same way as you've done the nose area. Schematics anytime soon? :-D
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bsu Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
randi kay bachay tu kon hai
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