18 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    How tall is the AT-SP?

  2. Yularen

    Stunning comparison! Just puts into perspective how large the AT-SP is. How on earth is that supposed to deployed?

    • Fractalsponge

      Going to need its own barge. Probably modified Titan class.

  3. Tom Reese

    Your work is fantastic, I cannot compare your work to anyone elses’ because it is simply perfect.

  4. someone

    try adding more color

  5. someone


  6. Astro1derboy

    What’s your technique for creating panel lines on curved surfaces? Dan Brown (danbrowncgi) mentioned you in one of his excellent posts. I love the techniques he uses for such work and was curious of yours. What software are you using to create these beauties? Thanks again!

  7. Astro1derboy

    This is just mind-blowing, fantastic work!! (Looking for the subscribe option to your site . . .) Thanks for sharing your incredible talent with the art-world. Love it!!

  8. gorkmalork

    Hey, visual confirmation that the A6 Juggernaut could wreck an AT-AT (plus any other walker short of that hexapodal monstrosity) in an unarmed demolition derby. Plus, biped designs which seem markedly less fragile & trippable than the -ST. Again, words of praise seem heinously inadequate in the face of such renders.

  9. AdmiralStrang

    Great shit man– you really bring Dark Empire to life with a lot of your craft. What’s next, if I may ask?

  10. Arvenski

    Wow, I didn’t realize how big those Chi-class dropships were. o0

    Also, I’ve been watching your website for the last several months, and I have to say you do amazing work. One question, though: Have you ever considered doing any Clone Wars-era ships/vehicles, such as for the Republic?

  11. Nice comparisons! Are the smallest biped and the largest walker based on anything in the EU or original?

    • Fractalsponge

      The big one is original. The small biped is vaguely based on some Dark Empire walkers.

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