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Sparrow Class Spaceship by SpireKat Sparrow Class Spaceship by SpireKat
I originally drew this because I wanted to have a profile sketch of a spaceship to display in my room. In the end though, it just got filed away.
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Hi SpireKat, would it be possible to use the spaceship for a poster for a single underground dance event in Amsterdam? We love it :)
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SpireKat Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014
Hi Daan, thanks for asking. You're welcome to use the artwork for the Sparrow Class Spaceship as long as the event is kept decent and the artwork itself is not used for commercial purposes.

Thank you.
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daanvantulder Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
That's great, we will just use it for a online and offline flyer/poster. I can send you the design if you like. It's a very decent event so, no worries there ;)

Many thanks!
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SpireKat Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
You're welcome. If it's not too much trouble, I'd be interested in seeing it. I'm curious how it turns out. Thanks.
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ljubanz Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014
Nice. Where can i buy few of these for my armada? It looks very warlike!
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SpireKat Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014
Thanks!
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mgbass78 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2013
reminds me of the Sulaco from Aliens, very good would fit into that movie perfectly pity they moved away from that style.
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mivpus Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2013
The Marlow? Looks a bit like it, with the gun on top. Anyway, I love it. It might even help me out with describing a dreadnought in my fanfic :)
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Diaboy Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2013
Really great. I'm interested in how you manage to come up with so much detail? I notice you mentioned previously that you often find generating the detail goes relatively quickly but the general shape takes more time, and I find I am almost entirely the opposite and find detail really hard. What is your process on working on things like this?

Also, cheeky question, do you happen to use a drawing board?

Again, fantastic stuff. Gonna have a look through the rest of your gallery!
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