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Once More Unto the Breach... by Dan1025 Once More Unto the Breach... by Dan1025
Despite their age, and the fact that they were not originally designed for tactical missions, the Dominion War saw many Miranda Class vessels returned to service to bolster fleet numbers.

Seen here is a small fleet of these ships, refitted with updated engine and weapon technologies before being launched from an orbital holding yard in Federation space.


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Ships - Jetfreak, Rick Knox
Stations - FleetOps team, Future Wars team.
Stock Elements - :iconTsaRye
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:iconjalu3:
Poor ships; do they know they were the red shirts of the Dominion War?
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MikeZ83 Dec 23, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
They still formed an integral part of the fleet, because their structure made them easy to upgrade.
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:icondan1025:
Very true, they also make great cannon fodder :p
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:iconmikez83:
MikeZ83 Dec 23, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
True, like the following sequence: [link]
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:iconalexandermaclean:
Great shot.

And I like the refit of the warp nacelles with the red bussard collektor spot.
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Turbulence1973 Dec 22, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Love the Miranda class. Excellent shot here.
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AdamKop Dec 22, 2011  Student Digital Artist
That's a really cool render :thumbsup: The lighting is very moody and colors are nice as well. It's a shame that the models aren't of higher quality because the simple edges distract a bit from the overall quality.
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:icondan1025:
Thanks! Yeah sadly the downside to rendering with a 10-year-old game engine is that it doesn't run really high poly models all that well. Still, creating decent renders with limited engine abilities makes it more of a challenge IMO ;)
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