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Today's topic is: Space Ship Design: A cheaply made Space-pirate Ship
half battleship class escape pod, half Teem industries planetary mineral scouting hauler.
Last edited by josephrey; October 5th, 2003 at 08:32 PM.
That seems great, hunger artist, but the image is really small.
really dig the way you draw joe
keep it up hunger
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i wasn't even going to post this crap but what the hay. i need to get better at vehicles and photoshop. and too many other things to name.
Last edited by littlemac; October 18th, 2003 at 09:28 PM.
Unable to achieve equal robot rights in a peaceful fashion, many rogue robots turned to space-piracy. Often they would shoot large meteorites at their prey, and sometimes even ride the projectiles. They soon learned to use magnetic meteors which would stick to the helpless victim's ship, allowing the pirate to find a way on-board. Lacking any sort of steering, many of these space pirates ended up in deep space.
Last edited by Grimlohk; November 19th, 2003 at 05:01 AM.
20 minutes ~ openCanvas 1.0 ~ Wacom ArtZ II Tablet
My ship was built so poorly, that it exploded. ^^
Last edited by JAQ; July 18th, 2007 at 01:10 PM. Reason: Hotlinking to a server that's half dead and images no longer being hosted - sorry for the ancient-bump to fix it! *hides*
for some reason mine isn't ftping correctly. all it was was a pen drawing of a bubbly yuppie ship with the ikia logo on it.
3rd time, posting in DSG. I need to do this more. Sorry for the late entry.
Grimlohk...is that the Grimlock from snarkpit?
Don't just practice. Also Practice the right things, the right way.
Space pirates?! hate em.
Did another one. 2 hours
The famous Death's Hand space pirates got their start by building their own ship from scratch. It consisted of a large asteroid of dense matter and was propelled by a dark-matter reactor core salvage from an old derelict battleship.
They also added the large jaws of a Ouz'tyxl (a gargantuan deepspace behemoth) and a discarded deepcore mining drill bit. In action, this cheaply constructed pirate ship would ram it's victim, punching a hole in it's hull. The jaws would then clamp down on the helpless ship as the drill bit was retracted and the Death's Hand would spill in through the newly aquired entrance. Many historians believe it is because of this ship's fearsome appearance and brutal attacks that the Death's Hand was so notorious.
Grimlohk, thats so much better than the rowboat that popped into my mind when i saw the topic.