These tons of awesome details
Did you add this subspace coil yet? Or is that gone?
And btw, the how manyth model of the Odin is that? I think there must've been several since INFR1...
I redesigned whole middle section to add more mass to it. It was quite skeletal in the original so I reworked it to get rid off obvious structural weakness. Coils are not that visible, but they are still there. I never get rid a ship I'm reworking off of it's signature features
Each coil ring is rotating, and she has three clusters of them. Each one contains three sets of coils.
...and it's third version of Odin. First was low-poly released with INFR1, second one is actually very old upgrade [4,7k polys]. My revision is the third. 49k polys so far.
I will never understand how you have the time (and the speed) to make so many so cool models so quickly!
There's something about this one that I'm particularly liking. It looks like a prototype or experimental tested chassis or something. Which is probably a good thing.
Just finished big commercial project, so currently I have time to rework some things for pure passion before I take another request. Non-commercial projects are my breaks. This way I never loose the flow
Odin is known as "the great experiment". After doing some planning and research, I decided to go for "big, flying machine" feel for it to highlight it's experimental nature and unique design. This ship was designed around oversized reactor [inside the hull actually], subspace coils and enormous beam cannon. I pust great emphasis on those features, as those make Odin so unique. By covering the coils with other sections and reworking middle section, I guess I found good compromise between "experimental look" and actual superheavy warship capable of engaging shivan juggernauts.
It has 10 beam cannons. I replanned it's main beam layout to give it more versatility. No matter which side it's opponent is [except the back], Odin may project firepower of four of it's cannons.