The Milion-class freighter has been in service for only two years before it became clear that larger hulls were needed. The Itinera-class was the result of that need. Again to to the surprise of many, it emerged from the shipyards without a collection of advisories and spaceworthiness directives. While some (the provosts and magisters primarily)… Continue reading Sketches – Krak Freighter – FT4
Both sides watched as their small craft advanced, disappearing from their sensors into the miasma between the fleets. Farther ahead, the Elysian ships went to full combat speed...
"I hate combat ops in nebulae." "Any reason why?"
The Milion-Class freighter in service with the Krak University States is an oddity. Not that it exists, but that for once it was a product that was conceived, developed, and put into production without requiring a recall, safety notice, or mandatory refit. Part of the reason is that some of the design components are freely… Continue reading Sketches – Krak Freighter – FT2
What's happened so far September rolled in and hit about as hard as I was expecting. It's the first month of peak, and it showed. It's not normally too busy for myself, but with all the disruptions everyone's looking for alternate ways to get things moved. That means I'm working to figure out the paperwork,… Continue reading September 2021 Sitrep
A second page of logo concepts, the one in the upper left is a continuation of using the same shape repeatedly, this time experimenting with some texturing to create a more interesting shape. The one in the upper right is a pretty generic design concept of letters within letters; nothing really inspiring, but a fairly… Continue reading Sketches – Corporate Logos 2
Once you have a new tool, there is of course a bit of temptation to play with it to see what you can do. Several posts back I mentioned I got my hands on a small geometric tool set that fit in my sketchbook; this is me playing with some of the shapes that it… Continue reading Sketches – Corporate Logos 1
"Fire Fire Fire. Fire in compartment 1-2-5-8-Gil. Fire in compartment 1-2-5-8-Gil."
In service since the beginning of the deWulf Navy, the Mark-12 dropship has been the backbone of dedicated heavy lift capacity for the navy in every theater and operation. Initially prototyped as an open-cycle fusion drive craft for intercontinental rapid deployment, the development of the drive field instead transformed it into a broad-function troop and… Continue reading Sketches – deWulf Combat Dropship