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Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun

Just an Imperial Star Destroyer Rising from the Ocean

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10 minutes ago, ISD Avenger said:

Reminds me of the 2nd trek reboot film when they pointlessly hid the enterprise underwater for no fricking reason whatsoever. Rather than, you know, in orbit where a starship belongs! Ergh, terrible.

Cool ISD image tho.

I mean... to be fair. I would be looking for a star ship, in orbit.

Not in the ocean.

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3 minutes ago, Zamalekite said:

Ah so that's why Imperial ships always look so clean?! 

This is actually a depiction of the annual Imperial Star Destroyer Wash, which the empire used as a fundraiser to pay for new uniforms. 

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The physics of a craft that size coming out of the water  🤔..... doubt if the sea would be that calm as the water rushes into the vacum /space that the hull has just vacated. 

 

Still a cool picture though

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14 minutes ago, Frimmel said:

Do you think it floats? What's the displacement of a Star Destroyer? 

It weighs at LEAST 100 million kilograms.   If you look at the ship and consider that cruise liners are fairly boxy,  we can approximate its volume as 360 x 55 x 60 = 1.188 million cubic meters.  Hence the Imperial Star Destroyer is approximately 44.8 times the volume of the Allure of the Seas.

 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Very impressive artwork. Pretty artwork. 

 

Impressive and pretty artwork depicting something really, really, really stupid. 

 

It it has been compared the the Enterprise in the ocean in Into Darkness. Both were really, really, really stupid things. But I do applaud the passion and skill needed for that art

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51 minutes ago, Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun said:

It weighs at LEAST 100 million kilograms.   If you look at the ship and consider that cruise liners are fairly boxy,  we can approximate its volume as 360 x 55 x 60 = 1.188 million cubic meters.  Hence the Imperial Star Destroyer is approximately 44.8 times the volume of the Allure of the Seas.

Would it float? 

https://www.myseatime.com/blog/detail/basics-of-ship-stability

 

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1 hour ago, Lord Tareq said:

It's very nice, did you make this?

I don’t have the skill set to even open a can of paint, digital or old school.   If I had the artists’ names I would post them (as I do when I post art).   I was in a discussion about sea and under sea combat on the Legion boards and thought of art to help my position.  

 

 

 

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16 hours ago, Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun said:

 

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Anyone knows where's this is from? The paint scheme for the lambda looks intriguing and i wonder if it has some history

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