This is a rebuild of a ship by Dasnewten. The name "Sinister Serpent" is actually from a Yu-Gi-Oh card, I don't know why I'm using it but oh well.
About this creation
Hey guys, this is my first attempt at building a "ship". It didn't really look like a ship in the end so I'm calling it a speeder.
As stated above, this was inspired from a ship built by Dasnewten (I don't remember the name.... something sci-fi-ish with letters and numbers). Anyways I hope you enjoy it!
So overall the speeder tapers from large, bulky, and smooth(ish) in the back to thin and greebly in the front. Attached to the front are twin ion canons, there are some fuel cells in the middle, and some green to help deter me from grayscale creations. I originally included some dorsal fins (yay shark week) near the engines but I scrapped them.
Paratrooper's-eye-view. The extra hint of green is very subtle. Notice the serrated wings.
Classic VV pose.
Engine shot. There might be too much going on here, oh well. Like I said, this is a first for me.
Well I hope you enjoyed the Sinister Serpent speeder! Let me know what you think, check out my other MOCs, and I'll see you guys later.
First ship? Wow! Very well done. Where to start... The intake section right above the cockpit is probably my favorite. I love the green you threw in among the smooth, rounded shapes. Both front and rear wings are excelent. I like how they're not the same but both really cool. The rear are smooth and -like MK said - sexy. And I dig the upside-down front wings with the excellent greebling. Funny, I used the exact same cockpit on one of my latest little ships - great minds think alike! Seriously, great work.
Very fine. There is nothing delicate about this one. Nonesense about there being too much. Greebling is a fine art form, and if you are going to do it, then greeble away, I say.
You've definitely figured out how to use sparse coloring to catch the eye.