Ship looks really great. But this asteroid field is too crowded. In real the asteroid material is very thinly distributed. Unless this is a remnants of a planet or a one large asteroid with a very uneven surface.
No problem, yes I know what you mean. Probably some of the most fun I had recently was working on my Mars Concept ship... Knowing I had rules to follow for science and realism, but being able to use some artistic license
Its massively cool and refreshing to see your realistic approach to spacecraft design. The well-thought-out radiators and attitude control system, propulsion and power systems look great and go along with firmly established real-world design thinking. Bravo!!
tekanako-the-firstFeatured By OwnerAug 22, 2011Student General Artist
Awesome, somehow there something very atractive about this style of Industrial Design - maybe because it is almost realistically applyable. I've seen one similar to this, a USAF space Frigat on the Atomic Rockets site - so this would be the first ancestor of it.
Love the small details on this, especially the radiators and RCS thruster groups. Obviously a lot of thought has gone into this.
Is there anything missing? I'd probably have added a gravity-simulation centrifuge of some sort. However, I can understand why you haven't got one as it would probably lead to accusations of copying the B5 Omega-class.