Floating Ship Concept

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A 3d concept I made, inspired by the amazing concept work of Ian McQue,

http://mcqueconcept.blogspot.com/  and http://ian_mcque.cghub.com/ .

In order to achieve the specific style of the concept  that uses old junkyard pieces as building blocks,

I used several parts from different 3d library models and assembled them together to construct my concept ship.

I hope to be able to texture it as soon as I have more free time.



Posted by admin   @   15 May 2012 6 comments


May 15, 2012
2:11 pm
#1 Leonidas Koufalis :

That ship is begging to be textured… AMAZING work. I Love it. Keep it up buddy. You rock! Leo.

Author May 15, 2012
4:10 pm
#2 admin :

heheh Thank you Leo! It means so much to me that you like my doodles!
Yeah, I really have to get some time and paint it, with rust, dirt and such :D

Jun 21, 2012
4:44 pm
#3 alan :

I really love this model .. its one of the coolest models I have seen in ages …fantastic work. It would make an awesome kit 1/72nd scale :-)

Author Jun 21, 2012
6:44 pm
#4 admin :

heh yes it would be nice as a miniature :) thank you!

Aug 18, 2014
6:11 pm
#5 Eggzilla :

While keeping in the tradition of Ian McQue your rendition of this concept air ship is showing a subtle inaccuracy. Only water borne ships need tires chained to the sides to avoid damage. With the multitude of rudders attached to this air ship, they would all need to be destroyed before the tires would be touched. Aside from that, I think it is a great looking concept design.

Author Aug 18, 2014
7:15 pm
#6 admin :

Thank you for your kind words Eggzilla. You are right about the rudders protruding too much in comparison to the tyres, but I decided to add the tyres in case the ship comes close to some other objects like a sky mark, another ship or a floating dock, like on these images,



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