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Warships - isometric view by Amarynceus Warships - isometric view by Amarynceus
Isometric drawings along with descriptions of several airships from an in-progress comic. The lettering is 100% hand-done (as is every single thing I draw).

Full view plans of the Silverfish and Tyndareus here --> [link]

All designs original. All terms and concepts (c) Avatar Z Brown.

Original 5.4x8", 0.18 Rapidograph on 100lb Bristol.

Edit 16.05 -- Replaced image file

Edit 30 May 06 -- replaced file again. :\
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caocaozzzzz Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
nice ship
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Satoshi-Vampire190 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2011
Me gustaron los diseņos son muy padres, y simples.... me agradaron ^^
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Fernschzet Featured By Owner May 29, 2009  Hobbyist Writer
Hey, buddy... That's quite a big piece of Epic and Win right there... Sweet action.
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sexualtyranosaurus Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2008
i like how it has sort of an old comic book feel
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Quicksilv3rvortex Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2008
cool
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hyosube0533 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2007  Professional Interface Designer
i now im just random person but these are really cool and if you ever make anymore you should name one like sovereign or revonald or evangelion but im just a random person great idea thought preat pc and art ^^
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zerreitug Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2006
Great drawings. You took the current warships designs and joined them with a kind of spaceship look very well and convincingly.
Hey! I have an idea that may serve you! I also like the concept of airships. Large trasatlantic transports that fly without massive helium floaters.
Well, one not-yet posible technology that may serve you to explain how the hell this things stay in the air, is the "air-pressure reducer". Kind of the quanta effect (the one that make ufo's fly) but whitout the circle shape requisite.
What an "air-pressure reducer" does (and please, try to give me credit for it, JUST in the very improbable case I'm the first to think about it) is that it is a plate, fabric or large surface that uses electric or calorific energy to reduce the pressure of the air above it, just like a wing, but without the speed need.
Idealy, this machine, or part of the ship, does exactly the same thing a large wing does, but you don't need to move horizontaly in order to stay in the air. Its kind of an antigravity engine, but doesnt't funcion above the atmosfere, and doesn't uses fisical thrust like a turboreactor.
How the hell any machine can reduce the air pressure above it efficiently enough to elevate? I have no idea. But maybe a nano tecnology material, powered by electric power could do it. Also, you could invent a special material or metal that does that effect when you apply heat or some energy to it.
Its still a unfinished idea. But it has a lot of sci-fi posibilities. Have you heard about it? Are my hopes of being the first to think about it false? (a very, very, likely posibility...)
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Amarynceus Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2006  Professional General Artist
Thanks!

Huh, that's an interesting idea there. Can't say I've heard of it before, but I would expect it's been thought of before. Seems like a good basic concept for a lift system, might take some work to think of a plausible physical explanation for the effects but it would be a great device for sci-fi stories.
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zerreitug Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2006
Yeah, the concept still needs to be pulished, but it may be useful sometime.
Anyway, have been like a month since I wrote that comment, and I'm starting to think that I should have kept my mouth shut. I wrote it in my second day or so of being in this deviantart thing, so maybe I overreacted in throwing that much information to the first user I found.
mmmh... yeah, I should have kept such idea for longer time... mmmh.... well, done its done.
Thanks for the reply!
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lordceleborn Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
I love this kind of specs.
Are all these part of a story or a book you are writing?
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Amarynceus Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2006  Professional General Artist
Yeah, they're all for a series of comics I'm working on.
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lordceleborn Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
Do you intent to show us spreads of your comics here ?
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Amarynceus Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2006  Professional General Artist
Yep. There are two poorly shot photos in my scraps right now, and once I have a scanner I plan on putting more up. I work on a rather small scale and the camera is just not really adequate to picking up all the detail.
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lordceleborn Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
I would love to see more.
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CapnFlynn Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2006  Professional Filmographer
Adrasteia Class! Awesome! :love: Love them--their designs, their names, all the details.... Shall I go through and :+fav: all your gallery now, or would you like me to do it a little at a time?

Er ... was that too stalkery? ^^;
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Amarynceus Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2006  Professional General Artist
Nah. It makes me happy to have my work appreciated (especially the names :D several of them are puns).
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CapnFlynn Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2006  Professional Filmographer
:D Yay, puns!
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ElviraVonNosferatus Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2006
your works are very sophisticated... interesting and lovely style
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Amarynceus Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2006  Professional General Artist
Thanks!
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ElviraVonNosferatus Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2006
heh... someone must tell you that you are good.. cos artists are bit selftorturing by being never satisfied :-) it`s cool to see someone having such a talent to show his idea...lovely...
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daporta Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006   Digital Artist
Nice!! good design....:)
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Amarynceus Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Professional General Artist
Thank you! :D
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David-Holland Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
Nice sketches. love the shapes:)
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MeckanicalMind Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Sweet and a half.
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MeckanicalMind Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Sweet and a half.
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