Sarmizegetusa Regia

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  • Original file size:9.89 MB
  • Original file format:dae
  • Surfaces:4555
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abu_roadking
abu_roadking wrote...
over 5 years ago

WOW!!!




Marian
Marian wrote...
over 5 years ago

:D




iainB85
iainB85 wrote...
over 5 years ago

Well modeled and thought out! Nice job… that is a huge freaking missle coming out of the front if you think of it in scale of a giant capitol ship though :)




jdelrio
jdelrio wrote...
over 5 years ago

That is one mean Battleship. Missle Desotroyer?




Marian
Marian wrote...
over 5 years ago

Everything destroyer :D




Marian
Marian wrote...
over 5 years ago

Yeah that is big freaking missile, it’s the most powerfull weapon the ship has.
Also the big hole in the front i’s a very powerful beam wepon, and the red thing at the back it’s not an actual thruster it’s a big exhaust for the beam weapon, which can be controled to be used as a thruster.




mynameisoscarjo
mynameisoscarjo wrote...
over 5 years ago

Ill make the hugest weapon ever, you’ll not have a chance :P




lingling
lingling wrote...
over 5 years ago

Even ‘Captain harlock’ would think twice
before he began his strategy for the battle!!!




angkiapriliandi
angkiapriliandi wrote...
over 5 years ago

Wow, Superb detail
the detail body boundary made it real
it should be long time work?




smike
smike wrote...
over 5 years ago

great you dont give us common user any chance
nice work




Marian
Marian wrote...
over 5 years ago

:D thanks




sady2
sady2 wrote...
over 5 years ago

smike sez that when he is featured artist….
anyway, sarmisegetusa, good name

in the name of the ancestors




tomy
tomy wrote...
over 5 years ago

The name sounds a lot like “Some armies get U.S.A. Region” is this what it is meant to sound like?




jackred
jackred wrote...
over 5 years ago

great one and awesome details :D




Marian
Marian wrote...
over 5 years ago

Thank you :)




saurabhpn
saurabhpn wrote...
over 5 years ago

Awesome man! The inside details are also nice.You are a strong contender to win this challenge.Best luck




PinkSkink
PinkSkink wrote...
over 5 years ago

And…poof! There go my chances of winning! Excellent job!




Marian
Marian wrote...
over 5 years ago

:D thanks guys




kiml
kiml wrote...
over 5 years ago

That’s an awesome ship you’ve got there. It looks like you could do with spending more time on the missile though, it looks very simple compared to the ship. Also, why does it have fins, and a pointy nose?




Marian
Marian wrote...
over 5 years ago

Why not? The fins and nose mean it can be launched into the atmosphere and be controled, also the fin mechanism, when deploying, imprints side rotation of the missle, that definitely improves stability in an atmosphere, i don’t know about space, but i guess if doesn’t hurt either.
About the details of it, well, it’s just a big missile, what details?




kiml
kiml wrote...
over 5 years ago

To manoeuvre in space it’ll need an array small thrusters, pointing in different directions to give a turning moment. And the fins and nose cone will reduce it’s spacial abilities as they increase it’s mass.
Are you saying this ship can go in atmosphere? or just the missile is designed to fill a space to, ground, sea or air, role?




Marian
Marian wrote...
over 5 years ago

Just the missile is for the atmosphere. That big of a ship will just fall like a rock in the atmosphere of small planet maybe it will float like a boat on some atmospheric layers on big planets like Jupiter or bigger, if it can resist the presure, but mainly i conceived it for space battles. But i thought it should have all it’s angles covered.




sady2
sady2 wrote...
over 5 years ago

on my many skeches(i didn’t scanned none , my scanner doesn’t work on win7, dunno why) i was thinking about a magnetic module
you can think to hundred roles for it
as:

-the magnetic field protects the crew from outside radiations
-it can deflect any metal-based projectile as railgun ammo(witch must be magnetic)
-it offers stability to the deflectors, small satelites that have a big mirror in the front and can deflect attacks as plasma bullets or bolt cannons
-using a planet’s own natural magnetic field, it can levitate in the atmosphere, eliminating the need of multiple thrusters
-using star’s natural magnetic field can reduce drastically the plasma compsumption for the engines
-keeps enemy fighters away
-etc

see? thinking is the key.




sady2
sady2 wrote...
over 5 years ago

and mah ships can be used as submarines also :P




kiml
kiml wrote...
over 5 years ago

Rail gun projectiles don’t have to be magnetic. They generate a magnetic field by having a large current pass through or round the projectile, so any conductive material will do. Generally the material used is plasma so there is no friction with the rails, which will dissipate soon after launch anyway.




sady2
sady2 wrote...
over 5 years ago

generally you mean in the sf stuff
only prototypes at the moment, using metal bullets

when i said that, i mean that if the plasma can be launched, it must be magnetic. otherwise the cannon doesn’t move it. by that, means also that the magshield can stop or reduce drastically the plasma’s, as you said, velocity and minimize the hull damage




kiml
kiml wrote...
over 5 years ago

But the Plasma acts as a sabot for the bullet, it isn’t part of the actual projectile. If magnetic shielding becomes commonplace then the bullet wil be made of a material that is minimally affected by a magnetic shield.




sady2
sady2 wrote...
over 5 years ago

plausible as well
but all materials are dimagnetic

at geneva they introduced a frog into a giant magnet and it levitated. that’s because the flesh has weak magnetic propreties. but however the magnetic module still has lots of uses.

also i discovered it can be used as a tractor beam. a ship can drag another damaged one.




PoppaTom1948
PoppaTom1948 wrote...
over 5 years ago

WOW!! That is an amazing presentation and an awesome Ship! Great job




Marian
Marian wrote...
over 5 years ago

Thank you :)




snipperbes
snipperbes wrote...
over 4 years ago

Wow. This vessel does not merely define the word "bad-ass", but takes it to a whole new level. Sir, you are amazing.




Marian
Marian wrote...
over 4 years ago

Thank you for the kind words.





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