Russian federation ship 2

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Russian federation ship 2

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Russian federation battlecruiser in side view.

R.F - Sevastopol
Russian battlecruiser:
Length : 320 m
Width: 140 m
Height: 68 m
Weight: 420.000 tons
Here is the link with the front view:
Hope you like the design guys!


I think the art is cool, but the design isn't very original. This is blatantly borrowing from the Star Trek ship design. And for a battlecruiser, you have some major design flaws in my opinion. The entire back section of the ship looks vulnerable to separation from the forward section meaning the ship could be easily disabled or destroyed with precise attacks on the structure that connects the two.

Fastleppard responds:

That was my intention to make a ship with federation similarities( from star trek) and do some elements on her design that resembles the tank T-90ms and T-14 armata from Russian army vehicles.
I' specify that is a federation ship made by Russian space department yard.
The military design applied on this spaceship was not only for tactical advantage, but for speed and fast maneuvers.
The star drive section is smaller then the command and crew section that is the saucer section, with dual heavy phasers, multiple detection of enemy beams and projectiles.
Fast anti-projectiles detectors that dissolve instantly with some type of cutting beams all enemy attacks.
Is only vulnerable on dual phaser beams and disruptor cannons.
And has extended energy shield system that protects the armor plate and other layers of protections, that are mounted on hull.

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Aug 21, 2016 | 6:13 PM EDT
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