I'm planning on making a calendar based on the ships in my webcomic, Crimson Dark [link] - this is the first of many renders. I may make further changes before publishing the calendar, so don't assume that this image accurately reflects the finished product.
This is a new version of Cryo64 Exodo and I'm back to the desert's theme. For the presentation I was looking for something more creative than a simple screen with icons inside... by the way I love to design movie posters. I hope don't dissapoint you.
Enjoy. That is the target of this... your destiny.
Gotta love the destruction and fatalities experienced in the game, everything seemed so precious and futile at the same time, in a magnificently rendered war zone.
Even a second delay can start a chain reaction of success or failure. Leaving an enemy breathing could only mean a chance for failure.
A squad of infantry ever looked so powerless compared to the marching enemy column on the burning horizon.
A loss of a harcore trained unit ever stimulated such upsetting feeling in the midst of an unavoidable encounter.
Ever felt so happy to see the dropship coming in with more reinforements.
Ever felt so desperate to penetrate a stuborned enemy defence.
Ever felt so satisfying on pulling a complete surprise on a enemy flank.
Ever felt so relieved on successfully securing an enemy landing zone.
You will feel these when you play the game, I guarentee it.
Play it online, I love more challenges around.
Some are going to say "That's not the proper name for a Starfleet ship!" but really, I already knew this. This is an Odyssey class Science Cruiser that I've been flying in the MMO, Star Trek Online. It is piloted by Glace Frost, my highest-ranking character in the game. Frost is one who has always been a bit of a rebel, who wings it both on the ground and in the air. Organized chaos, one might call it.
I do not own this wonderful game, (as in I'm not the one who created it), but I greatly enjoy customizing shps and uniforms. Most of all, I enjoy making up new characters. Anyways, no copyright infringement was intended in the posting of this screenshot and if asked, I will remove it.
(PS. That's Earth and Earth Spacedock in the background)