Equally big-ass rear end. Notice the Glow in the Dark engine exhaust. About the only colour that HASN'T found it's way to the rear end of a spacecraft yet. A big thank-you to Chris Malloy for the idea.
This shows the bottom of the craft. Above the canopy is an intake. This was the only part of the ship I didn't finish on the first day itself. I reworked it several times to be able to incorporate a cockpit that could fit a minifig. This was hard considering most of the ship was only 1 or 2 studs wide in most areas.
Very interesting; it is pretty well designed and has some very interesting innovations. One thought though, if you think about it, the cockpit would actually be the gold dome on the front of the ship, as the ships in Homeworld are actually rather large compared to what you would assume. If you dropped your minifig cockpit for additional detail and design work, you could have a winner.
Nice take on the concept art. It must have been hard to work the general angles in to make it resemble the pic, but you managed to pull it off. I would however, replace the chrome engines and make some custom ones with more details (greebs). Cheers! ~ Paul.
Well. I like it. I like how you captured the exact form of it from the reference pic. I like the design too. Its so raw and original. I think my favorite part is all of the SNOT you used. Very good craft.