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[SPACE] XA-4 'Cottontail' Shuttle

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[SPACE] XA-4 'Cottontail' Shuttle

Postby Dr. X » Fri Mar 20, 2009 10:53 am

The Cottontail is a relatively simple shuttle used by the Leporidic Fleet for various purposes. Designed by the Leporidia-based airspeeder company Firelli, it sports a single light blaster, a tough hull, and a reliable engine.

From the side, I think the Cottontail resembles a rather fat bunny prancing along, which is more or less what I want in all Leporidic Fleet vehicles.

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-Dr. X
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(Apologies to Ry for stealing his sig idea)
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Re: XA-4 'Cottontail' Shuttle

Postby liquidcross » Fri Mar 20, 2009 11:04 am

I love the front blaster/antenna/greebling. Looks very striking, and ship design overall is quite unique. Great job! :D
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Re: [SPACE] XA-4 'Cottontail' Shuttle

Postby Jedd the Jedi » Sat Mar 21, 2009 1:14 am

Aww, s'cute! It's like the red caboose of the shuttle world. An interesting and striking shape with some inspired greebling.
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Re: [SPACE] XA-4 'Cottontail' Shuttle

Postby Lord T » Sun Mar 22, 2009 5:45 am

It reminds me of a Space Invader actually, and that is definitely not a bad thing.

There are certainly alot of different techniques and angles packed in there, and the white and grey accents are just enough to make it exciting. Perhaps a little more white towards the engines would make it even better?
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