I think that you need to decide on just a few main features (functions or shapes) and let those dictate the design (including the silhouette and overall form), then tone down meaningless filler greeble. Try to make greeble look meaningful if there is any that doesn't. Ideally, every bit of detail should have some functional meaning, although this is very difficult to achieve (but something to strive for.)
Repeating detail often looks better than lots of different detail that can't make up its mind. The eye likes rhythm, flow and a level of predictability. Familiarity is good too. If a shape is pretty complex, it can be hard to understand, but if it's a complex familiar shape, the brain doesn't have to do as much work taking it in.
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Jamen jag tror att han skäms, och har gömt sig. Vårt universum det är en av dom otaliga spermasatser som Herren i sin självhärliga ensamhet har runkat fram för å besudla intet.