31 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    Since this light shuttle is use for ship’s hangers that are too small for both the Lamba class and Delta class what is the smallest star ship that can possibly carry one Lamba/Delta in it’s hanger?

  2. Rebel Informant

    It looks like the cockpit also acts as some form of escape pod of sorts, am I wrong or no?

  3. Hecatomb

    This is a sweet model, much more compact than the Lambda while maintaining comparable storage capacity. But one thing I don’t understand, why did you decide to add the oval window to the cockpit? It disrupts the symmetry of the other windows.

    • Rebel Informant

      I think the small oval window is to make landing the ship easier, since it allows for better visual contact with the ground than any of the other ships.

  4. Anonymous

    That’s a lot of small windows for a cockpit don’t you think?

          • Anonymous

            Eh fair enough i find it cool as well but i’m not sure about the oval window at the front tip of the cockpit.

          • Admiral Drakkmar

            It kinda has the same design aesthetic as either a Boeing B-29 Superfortress, or the Heinkel He 111. Personally, I think that cockpit design looks great on both shuttlecraft and WW2 bombers.

    • Anditesh Ordo

      by the way it is the Nu-Class Shuttle in the Clone Wars, not the Mu-Class, which means it could be derived from it.

      • Anditesh Ordo

        I am sorry, I misread all that and the link for Mu-class, you can delete these 2 comments if you want

    • Anditesh Ordo

      Also could you do a version of the Nu-Class Shuttle from the Clone Wars? That would look sick, and even a Modified one would be kind of interesing.

  5. Daniel Shenise

    I know I spend a lot of time thinking about proportion, massing, and scale on your models. But this really shows that you do an exceptional job. The nose cone area on the shuttle could have gone wrong so many ways. Too long, it’d look like well you know. Too short and it’d look like a turtle head in its shell. You did a great job hitting the sweet spot on proportions.

  6. gorkmalork

    Ooh, scale comparisons. Between the low-profile dorsal fin and those folding wings, this puppy seems roughly comparable to a TIE bomber’s volume at rest. Also digging the partially-blended upper engine pods & spacious rear door.

  7. Mr Andrew

    Wow spoke too soon, I checked the bbs star destroyer forum and had my questions answered 😀

    • Sean

      Lambdas are for high-ranking officials on Imperial-class and above, Mus are for people who are deployed on Victories and below without large hangar bays.

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