The photos don't do the Dog bone justice because the camera is very poor quality. As soon as I get a better camera I will be redoing the photos. The Dog bone is a racer with no weapons they would just be to heavy and way the craft down. This is my second ship after being in the "darkages" for 10 or so years so please be kind. And again I know that the photos are cr#p!! I modeled the craft after another craft The F-38 Impulse and I might add a very beautiful craft. I hope to see him at the races!!
This sort of reminds me of the old Unitron Star Hawk II (only way better) because it looks like it could take off from an "upright" position. It would be great to see more pics of the craft from further out though. Also, I don't understand why those grey parts move in the pics where its standing on end. Landing gear? Secret compartments?
Love the landing gear and the intake/output vents - very cool! Great engineering on the landing gear. I like that you used blue, very different for a space ship. Let me know when you upload some better pictures....you'd better do it too! By the way, you forgot to rate my SLK-7000! But thanks for the comment! Again, nice job here.
A very impressive piece of SNOT.. I think. I have no idea how it is made, so I really cannot say for sure if it is SNOT or SOT.
Spacecraft are not my personal specialty, so I can understand the difficulty behind making a good one.
I like this a lot, and there seems to me to be a little anime inspiration. Original design as well, I like this! From one guy who is getting back into it to another, good luck! Oh yeah, and if you want, check out some of my other stuff and let me know what you think! I'll keep my eye on you!
Be kind? This is great! It's studless and not too heavy on the greebles, and it's blue, a color not seen very often on space racers. A great shape too, keep up the good work! It looks like it could really take off without any trouble with engines like those.