16 Spaceships Pack – download Unity asset
16 Spaceships – Got an empty space to fill?
This package contains 16 different space crafts, from battleships to fighters, mining- and transport units, to massive space stations. They range in size and polycount, but don’t go far over 2k triangles.
All spaceships share the same material, with diffuse-, specular-, normals- and glow maps. A Fresnel shader is included in the package, which gives the material an interesting rim light.
Shown here are the red versions, but the package also contains blue and yellow variants. A .psd-file is also included, where the color details can easily be modified in Photoshop.
Asset version: 1.1
Space is a dangerous field of battle. A war in such place requirements custom spaceships and a lot of fire. Bright stars can look pretty, but don’t be befooled by them. When the Space Battle begins, a 3D environment can lead do good and but choices, space where the greatest space officers are born in the fire, children of stars. Get to your spaceship and fight enemies!
…when the time came up, peaceful space had to wake up. Enemies came from stars, brought fire and death. A war has started… But now, all spaceships are ready to battle, people won’t give up, they will fight for the freedom of space, they will fight for justice and happiness. They will fly their spaceships in every battle of this war. They will fire their guns among stars. Be one of them, bring peace to space, help them and find happiness!
In science fiction, spaceships are often about more than transportation. The Millennium Falcon is as integral to the plot of Star Wars as the characters it shuttles from planet to planet. In Passengers, a new movie starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, the Avalon plays a similarly central role. The film is set entirely aboard the starship, which carries 5,000 hibernating passengers on a 120-year journey to a distant utopian planet called Homestead 2. Thirty years into the journey, two of those travelers, Lawrence and Pratt, accidentally wake up and are left to explore the massive spaceship on their own.
That means the Avalon is far more than an elaborate backdrop. “This spacecraft needed to become the third character,” says production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas. A lot of iconic sci-fi vessels, Dyas says, rely on the same basic design tropes; they’re either monolithic, like an Imperial Star Destroyer, or circular, like ships in Close Encounters and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The Avalon is a combination of the two. The ship’s three, arcing hulls attach to a long, central spine, which serves as a sort of main corridor. Also at the ship’s center are the crew’s living and working quarters—a “halo” that spins to generate artificial gravity. From the front, the ship looks like a wheel with a hub and spokes. In profile, it looks like an insect. In fact, the inspiration was neither of those things.