Arrival of mobile space refueling station. by DukeNukem2005 ()
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Image Comments (326)
photostar () 4:14PM | Mon, 11 February 2008
Super detail and modeling work. Especially like the addition of the solar arrays.
magnus073 () 4:26PM | Mon, 11 February 2008
Amazing job of modeling my friend, really is beyond realistic in appearance.
2Loose2Trek () 5:57PM | Mon, 11 February 2008
This is truly awesome modeling ... well done indeed. Superb render!
blankfrancine () 6:16PM | Mon, 11 February 2008
Incredibly detailed, really needs full-size to appreciate what you have done here. On top left, are those gardens?They look very organic.
Richardphotos () 10:30PM | Mon, 11 February 2008
that is one heck of a model the details and imagination is outstanding
HorseFlesh () 10:52PM | Mon, 11 February 2008
The lighting is not very realistic. Look at nasa photos. The sattelite or whatever it is looks like a plastic toy. So you need to spend some time on lighting and textures. By the way, are you related to Fidelity2?
KarmaSong () 5:30AM | Tue, 12 February 2008
This is outstanding modelling artwork ! A beautiful composition altogether.
ThomasMacCallum () 6:51AM | Tue, 12 February 2008
More of this amazing model and a new one- fascinating duality of the refueling station - those big wheels, its telling its own story. The way the light is reflecting of the main stations metallic body is also awesome.
Hendesse () 10:56AM | Tue, 12 February 2008
Fantastic image. Superb model and perspective. The details and clarity are excellent!
JaneEden () 3:33PM | Tue, 12 February 2008
This is really excellent work, I can see you like to pay attention to detail - hugs Jane xx
pops () 4:32PM | Tue, 12 February 2008
This is terrific. Excellent pov and models. This really gives the feeling of being in outer space