Alright guys, I know a lot of you were waiting diligently for an update, but unfortunately I haven't been able to churn one out by the time I had to start classes up again. Sorry about that, lol.
To give you an idea of some of the progress We've made since the last update, I've done about 75-80% of the Prowler texturework, and have modeled about 50% of a new corvette class ship similar to the HHF Tigershark, as well as the Ray, another corvette. Since I'm starting classes soon, it's very likely I won't be able to push forward with this project at the same rate as before, which is again why it's so important that you keep a sharp eye out for potential members with talent and skill.
Many of you wish to have a beta, but this is unlikely to happen anytime soon considering how few are willing to lend their services to HSI. There's really only so much of something a person is willing to do by them self, and that probably explains why I haven't been able to complete the Prowler and CCS in a timely manner, heh.
Again, sorry, but we'll be updating soon with more complete versions of the Prowler and corvette (which at this time goes without naming), anyway for the concept, swing by the Image section, it's rough, but you get the idea.
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