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Well, I must confess I was not aware of it either until recently - it's even on the Wikipedia page.
The ideas are really interesting and I would have liked to have seen them done. But the design intention was made by the group who was in charge of animation before the Third Season, so it never got off the drawing board.
That makes sense, you want to launch those fighters quickly as possible.
Instead, they used it as a crew & command module as these ships didn't have anti-gravity technology yet.
would love to see one done in this format!
keep em coming.... or ... people please keep commissioning
Now a Minbari WarCruiser was something to be afraid of.
I really like how you have a ever so faint blur on your backgrounds. Drags the eyes into the detail.
Its why later EA ships have rotating sections to provide gravity. I think the Omega class was the first to have this.