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BSEV Prospero WIP

Bryce Science Fiction posted on Jul 28, 2012
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So the ship is now the BSEV Prospero. I've done some work on the textures, added some detailing, and imported the model into Bryce.

Comments (9)


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TomPeters

6:47PM | Sat, 28 July 2012

Great work, sir! Inevitably, it will be called "retro", but its really a perfectly fine realistic design, that somehow harkens back to the great british SF images of the past. If you decide to release it, could you possibly export a .obj version?

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stnaper

9:08PM | Sat, 28 July 2012

Very nice ship, great render!

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andy_10

11:54PM | Sat, 28 July 2012

great great model It's nice to see someone's work who know's how to model.I'm getting so tired of all that fractal work that's out there. this is a treasure.

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peedy

12:18AM | Sun, 29 July 2012

Excellent modeling and detail. Corrie

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geirla

5:08AM | Sun, 29 July 2012

Excellent modeling work! I'm going to decline to call it "retro" and call it "Classic" instead

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ialbarado

7:31PM | Sun, 29 July 2012

Great ship! Thanks!

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WZRD

1:13PM | Mon, 30 July 2012

super model as always

dcmstarships

5:13PM | Wed, 01 August 2012

beautifully functional design! your work is always such a pleasure to see

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zorzim

10:33AM | Wed, 15 August 2012

Super 70's design...


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