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Lavernius Zahn
Lavernius Zahn
2 years ago

I at first thought those were oversized headlights

Sorican
Sorican
2 years ago
Reply to  Lavernius Zahn

and now I can’t un-see. I guess the IMPS need them to see anything in those helmets.

wusolja
wusolja
2 years ago

i’m liking the look of this ship now 🤔 not at first.

PhantomFury
PhantomFury
2 years ago

Never have whitish-yellow sublights give ships such a breath of life as this!

DanielShenise
2 years ago

Coming along nicely! I especially like the variation in shade of the metal. It shows better on smaller ships like this.

Chris Bradshaw
Chris Bradshaw
2 years ago

That cockpit looks a bit like the Y-wing. Is this a Koensayr product?

Shaun
Shaun
2 years ago
Reply to  Chris Bradshaw

Wookiepedia says, ‘No,’ with the ‘official’ manufacturer listed as Krasten Shipyards.

However—given that Koensayr is largely noted to be a multi-millennia old parts supplier (that occasionally designs and builds its own ships) within the larger Star Wars Å“uvres, the ‘Nebulon Ranger’ was heavily modified from the original Crescent-X9 Courier, and the fact that Ansel’s noted this is an undated reinterpretation of that ship (which could mean it’s representative of the original -X9, an earlier iteration of the Crescent, or a later reproduction)—one may find it completely likely that it would use something from Koensayr’s extensive product line, regardless of who the manufacturer is.

CRMcNeill
CRMcNeill
2 years ago
Reply to  Shaun

That’s going to depend on whether this IS the Nebulon Ranger, or simply based on the concept.

Shaun
Shaun
2 years ago
Reply to  CRMcNeill

“I took the Nebulon Ranger concept from the old Jedi comics and concepted it out a LOT.”

Definitely NOT the ranger.

CRMcNeill
CRMcNeill
2 years ago
Reply to  Shaun

Considering there’s a 4,000-year gap between TotJ and the Classic Era, the manufacturer’s identity will depend on which era this ship is intended for.

Shaun
Shaun
2 years ago
Reply to  CRMcNeill

Most of the notable shipwrights and parts suppliers (Sienar, SoroSuub, Koensayr, Kuat, CEC, et. al.) date to, or just shortly after, the founding of the Republic in ±25,000 BBY. But I’m an Old Canon guy, so New Canon may be something else.

PhantomFury
PhantomFury
2 years ago
Reply to  Chris Bradshaw

I second this notion, the ship also looks very rugged and seem capable to take a pounding and limp back home, much like Koensayr products.

Cdr. Rajh
Cdr. Rajh
2 years ago

Nice~