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Commonly (but understandably) misintepreted as the Death Star, this picture is a nod to Star Wars origins but is not designed to be a copy of that well known structure. This is my own unique take on a large space construction (which would dwarf the actual Death Star itself) and I have added a little dialogue back story to accompany the theme…
“At an undisclosed point beyond the Helix Nebula (NGC 7293) sits HEV Delta 1 (Human Exploration Vessel – part of the United Earth Federation fleet). Delta 1 is described by its manufacturer (Fortuna HEX Inc.) as a “civilian exploration-class inhabitation module”, designed to travel through space to seek other planets to colonise or even create new ones.
These truly colossal “CEKIM” vessels differ in size but all exceed a mean radius of 1500 miles and have an enlisted crew of 9500 personnel, with room for up to a further 250,000 people and internal farm domes for self-sufficient mega-term exploration. Defences include the new and lethal Zepha Swarm-class AI fighter drones, “Bombadier” class cruiser AVs, an intricate electronic defence array and many other classified assets.”
The original artwork has a dark metallic-looking wooden frame with a lightly brushed bronze element that perfectly compliments the picture, double-mounted in white and charcoal grey behind AR70 low reflective art glass. There is a coloured logo set within the mount unique to this design series.
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|Dimensions||57 × 65 × 3 cm|