That's a nice start.
Agree nice start...)))
Cool keep on the great Arts!...)))
Great work on the ship so far. I was wondering, are the two top full sails going to be shredded like the others?
I'm sorry to be negative, but is this 'ship' what you actually think a galleon looked like? It resembles a child's toy. What is the huge box on the stern supposed to be? Whatever it is it would have caused this 'ship' to roll over and sink the moment it was launched. As for the rest of it - well, I despair.
I'm not worried about being negative - I'm worried that this model seems to be following the same trend as every other depiction of a wreck in WoD. That being an 'artist's impression' that clearly shows a profound lack of knowledge or research into what the original looked like or how it was built.
Aircraft and helicopters that would never have even left the ground because they were apparently built out of six-inch armour plate.
Ships that either could never have been steered due to either a total lack of rudders or indeed anything to mount the rudder on (Brony's galleon) or with rudders welded immovably to the sternpost which could never have been turned thus ensuring the ship's first voyage was a dead straight line to where she sank (Hilma).
A submarine which would have only ever submerged once due to the impossibly thick hull and the fact that the builders seem to have forgotten to install anything other than a couple of valve wheels and a few pipes inside it (U-352).
A battleship missing half its deck fittings despite the wealth of pictures freely available showing what this ship actually looked like, both before and after it sank.
A passenger ship which obviously turned turtle and sank due to the immense weight of its funnel - built seemingly out of steel several feet thick - rendering it completely top heavy. A funnel, which I might add, doesn't even exist on the real wreck (Yongala).
I could go on for a long time, but I think - hope - you get my drift.
If you want WoD to be taken seriously by anyone other than people who once heard a ship described but have never actually seen one then please at least try to inject some realism and authenticity into these models with just a little research!
Great. Nice Start. Glad to hear something :)
Like I already say Great Arts!...)))
Thanks for the pictures!
The front part gets too close to the Flying Dutchman for my taste.
And the two big round windows would not be in such an old ship.
Here are some nice inspirations:
Here is some cool reference for the cave:
Thanks for the picture. The round holes were throwing me off too, but now it makes more sense.
You are making good progress Fishstick.
Thanks for your feedback!
Nice pictures thanks for the share...)))
Thanks for the great Pics.
Great work :)
Really nice lighting in your artwork!
Thats looks great :D
Any updates? would be great to be able to play it already
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Hello, any updates?
Any news? screenshots? would be awesome!
It would be cool if the canyons around the ship would be deeper (as in the artwork).
Maybe some caves below.
Thanks for the update!
How is this going? when are we going to be able to play it?