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Deck Fighter by Orpheus7 Deck Fighter by Orpheus7
Deck fighters provide fleets with close-in protection against enemy raiders, and are usually armed with arrays of rapid-fire cannon and short-range missiles.
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EvenSkarangerArt Nov 28, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
very doug chaingy, cool style man like it alot. which tools have you used?
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:iconorpheus7:
Thanks. I use Copic markers and Pilot pens.
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EvenSkarangerArt Dec 2, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
cool, almost looks like you have airbrushed or scattered some ink across the drawing, looks very cool. how did you do that? :)
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:iconorpheus7:
Thanks. I use a black pen to lay down random dots over the hull and in the shadow. Hope that helps.
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phantomdotexe Aug 5, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I love it. It's the sort of design that goes up there perfectly with iconic designs for fighters while still bringing something new to the table. 
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:iconorpheus7:
Thanks very much for the comment.
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:iconmegadolon013:
Great work, Anime style. Could be used in the Star Wars seting or Wing Commander. Come to think of it, this looks like a P-64 Ferret on steriods.
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:iconorpheus7:
Thanks. Looks a little like the P-64 Ferret, I guess - although that was not the inspiration for it by any means. Glad you like it though.
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:iconwingnut55:
nice work ! SF designs need to include something the viewer can relate to, or else they will not be comprehensible. So, reminding the viewer of something else is a feature, not a bug. imho, of course.
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:iconorpheus7:
Thanks for the comment. I agree. Having something to relate to makes it far easier to give it form in the imagination. It's easy enough to draw ships that no-one has ever seen before but making them reminiscent of something the viewer might have seen already helps make them believable.
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