Concept Sci-Fi Spaceships A-Go-Go

My new favorite blog du jour: the Concept Ships blog, stuffed up the port thrusters with fantastic science-fiction ship designs of our coming FTL future. I couldn't pick just one to share, so here is an emerald space jalopy by GraphMac, an interdimensional jumper by Gonzalo Golpe and some deconstructing spiderbots by Dan Blomberg. Add to feeds! Concept Ships Blog [Official Site via SF Signal]
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8 Responses to Concept Sci-Fi Spaceships A-Go-Go

  1. Nelson.C says:

    Meh, almost complete lack of rotational symmetry and deck planes normal to the thrust axis. And we’ve been building rockets for how long now?

  2. bat21 says:

    Rubber ducky, you’re the one. You make bathtime lots of f… KA-BOOM!

  3. Halloween Jack says:

    I have to say that these look nicer than the blobs-with-nacelles that the Forehead Alien of the Week drove around in the average Star Trek: Voyager episode.

  4. ZippySpincycle says:

    Cool pictures. But oh, the unnecessary Flash, it burns…

  5. frankiez says:

    It’s PORNO!!

  6. zuzu says:

    Reminds me of some of the old Masamune Shirow illustrations in Intron Depot 1.

  7. frankiez says:

    @ ZUZU: actually half of the drawings /sketches resembles anime and mangas (like 999 GALAXY EXPRESS and doujin drawings on sale at Comiket)…

    but it’s still a cool sci-fi BLOG!

  8. akbar56 says:

    goodbye free time. It was nice knowing you.

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