A-MAZ-ING! Who would have thought that a rectangle could be so awesome? You took a boring shape and turned it into something full of detail. I hope to take some of the things I learned from your "Brick" and add them to my next build. Please feel free to look at my most recent ship (The Flying Rhino) and offer any advice you may have.
Cool fighter motif, indeed. The colors used are good for this piece - maintains a "basic" look, while providing a good counter-point visually to the well-executed greebs going on here. Nice work!- Huss Q.
that is nine shades of awesome. I really, really dig the asymmetry and the dead on greebling. every last visible "component" really looks like it does something. You took a chance here with a very unusual design, and I hope you feel that it paid off. I certainly do
While I'm not exactly a fan of asymmetrical fighter craft, I'm going to take an exception to this stance when it comes to your little fighter. It has a real purpose to it other than its aesthetic design (which I love the curves on it as well as the sticker placement, by the way), so its design is more a design of functionality rather than appearance. I got to agree with the other guy that said the comment about the other capital ships dropping their bricks, so to speak. Also, as a nice tactical diversion, I'd make it so that these fighters were able to disguise themselves as cargo loads or to be able to hide in asteroid fields; then when the enemy comes out, blam, you've got them in your crosshairs! Those would be some excellent guerilla tactics to use with your fleet of these fighters. Now the only thing that I don't like about this fighter is that it can't swivel out like the B-Wing fighters or the V-19 fighters of Star Wars fame. If you could make it swivel out like either one of those fighters, then it would be an even more impressive fighter than what it is now.
Gives all new meaning to "dropping a brick". I some how picture these things erupting out of a carrier by the hundreds against a target thus making the forces defending said target drop their own bricks...so to speak.