3-color rule be DARNED

The infamous Nnenn astounds us with a ship who's colors should make your eyes hurt, but he uses them in such a way that it looks great. However, I feel the canopy could be structured better.

The aptly-named Tropicana.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I agree; I think the SW X-wing canopy would have been more fitting. I also wonder, how much thought nnenn actually had to put into choosing the colours; does it just come naturally to him? Also, is the arrangement so great, or are we just stunned into thinking it is?

In any case, it's an excellent ship.

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