BrewLAN is a mod for Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance that has been in on and off development by a team of one for over half a decade. It adds a wide variety of new units for all factions, as well as offering several new game modes and features. The core design goals for the mod are simple; to add new, interesting, and visually aesthetic units which complement those already in existence and to maximize technical compatibility with other mods.

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Add media Report RSS Seraphim Tech 3 Shield compared to the Experimental Shield (view original)
Seraphim Tech 3 Shield compared to the Experimental Shield
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deathtropper
deathtropper

Looks great- I've always imagined that Seraphim tech is hard to model just due to its design elements beings so non-linear.

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Balthassar

On the one hand you're right, getting the parts to look good and like they flow well is most of the challenge. However you don't have to care about things like structural possibility, human expectations of what should work, or conventional architechtural design, so there is a lot more freedom.

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deathtropper
deathtropper

Guess I never really thought about it like that.

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Tech 3 left, experimental right. Obviously.

For a comparison of shield dome size, the large centre dome on the experimental is the same size as the tech 3, and full effective radius is double.

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