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My three word review for the LegoBatman movie: Everything was Awesome. 🙌🏾 I went in expecting a serviceable LegoMovie spinoff and got the most sincere love letter to Batman and DC fans since TheDarkKnight! 😱 Not since the original ScaryMovie have I seen a genre satire done this well! -- Not only is it a non-stop, high-octane, self-referential and hilarious rollercoaster ride of a movie - but it NAILS the poignant and emotional character beats every time the action slows down. This movie understands the core of Batman's character and delivers an emotional payoff at the end that is *so* satisfying for his personal arc... One that's been explored in the comics but never really in the movies until now. ( BatmanandRobin doesn't count...😂) I loved every minute of it and if you're a Batman fan you OWE it to yourself to see it. What did you guys think?: THE BEST DC MOVIE IN THE LAST 5 YEARS! SAND DIRECTLY ABOVE IT IS BATMAN v SUPERMAN My three word review for the LegoBatman movie: Everything was Awesome. 🙌🏾 I went in expecting a serviceable LegoMovie spinoff and got the most sincere love letter to Batman and DC fans since TheDarkKnight! 😱 Not since the original ScaryMovie have I seen a genre satire done this well! -- Not only is it a non-stop, high-octane, self-referential and hilarious rollercoaster ride of a movie - but it NAILS the poignant and emotional character beats every time the action slows down. This movie understands the core of Batman's character and delivers an emotional payoff at the end that is *so* satisfying for his personal arc... One that's been explored in the comics but never really in the movies until now. ( BatmanandRobin doesn't count...😂) I loved every minute of it and if you're a Batman fan you OWE it to yourself to see it. What did you guys think?

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auctorlucan: Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter by Auctor-Lucan These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and the U.S.S. Harbinger use in Star Trek: Theurgy.  UPDATE: Direct link to 3D model download added below. Don’t forget to leave due credit if used.The first design of the Gryphon-class Warp Fighters was made by Andrew Gillespie (KadenDark) and GK Designs, and has more or less become canon to the Star Trek community at this point. It has been modelled and featured in a couple of old Star Trek games, chosen as fighters in many simms, and I want to commemorate this awesome fighter with a new rendition of it. I think I speak for a big part of the Star Trek community when I thank KadenDark and GK Designs for bringing this fighter to life, for it has inspired countless non-canon stories and the creativity of many artists. Thank you for this old achievement of yours, which still lives on to this day.This version above was made by me and the 3D model was a commissioning by Omar Tavera (Omardex) (http://omardex.deviantart.com/). The background is a stock image from Dreamstime #57965166, edited in Photoshop CS5. Edits, texts and add-ons to the 3D render of the ships were made by yours truly. The new model can be seen in all its detail and glory below (and good luck if you want to look for the hidden Easter Egg while you are at it….): SKETCHFAB GRYPHON MODEL DISPLAYI would like to make this model available to all DeviantArt artists and the whole Star Trek community out there, anyone who want to use it in their art or their stories, and the only thing I ask is that you give due credit to KadenDark & GK Designs for the original design, and to Omardex for the model itself. Personally, I would be happy if you just mentioned where it came from and posted a comment in reply here, showing where you used it. If you want the actual model, here it is:KD-56 Gryphon Warp Fighter 3D Model…but bear in mind that there are no conversions available. This model was made in Cinema 4D and rendered in Octane Render, using Substance Painter. Without that specific set-up, the model might not look the same.However, here is also a PSD file with a lot of rendered angles of the model, the background-less renders ready to be inserted and edited into any space scenes without the use of the 3D model. : KD-58 GRYPHON-CLASS WARP FIGHTER [AKA THE MK 11 VALKYRIE] I DESIGN BY ANDREW GILLESPIE& GK DESIGNS EDIT BY AUCTOR LUCAN MODELLING BY OMARDEX THEGY ■ KD-58 GRYPHON FEDERATION WARP FIGHTER [AKA THE MKII VALKYR旧 DESIGN BY ANDREW GILLESPIE & EK DESIGNS | EDIT BY AUCTOR LUCAN I MODELLING BY OMARDEX auctorlucan: Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter by Auctor-Lucan These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and the U.S.S. Harbinger use in Star Trek: Theurgy.  UPDATE: Direct link to 3D model download added below. Don’t forget to leave due credit if used.The first design of the Gryphon-class Warp Fighters was made by Andrew Gillespie (KadenDark) and GK Designs, and has more or less become canon to the Star Trek community at this point. It has been modelled and featured in a couple of old Star Trek games, chosen as fighters in many simms, and I want to commemorate this awesome fighter with a new rendition of it. I think I speak for a big part of the Star Trek community when I thank KadenDark and GK Designs for bringing this fighter to life, for it has inspired countless non-canon stories and the creativity of many artists. Thank you for this old achievement of yours, which still lives on to this day.This version above was made by me and the 3D model was a commissioning by Omar Tavera (Omardex) (http://omardex.deviantart.com/). The background is a stock image from Dreamstime #57965166, edited in Photoshop CS5. Edits, texts and add-ons to the 3D render of the ships were made by yours truly. The new model can be seen in all its detail and glory below (and good luck if you want to look for the hidden Easter Egg while you are at it….): SKETCHFAB GRYPHON MODEL DISPLAYI would like to make this model available to all DeviantArt artists and the whole Star Trek community out there, anyone who want to use it in their art or their stories, and the only thing I ask is that you give due credit to KadenDark & GK Designs for the original design, and to Omardex for the model itself. Personally, I would be happy if you just mentioned where it came from and posted a comment in reply here, showing where you used it. If you want the actual model, here it is:KD-56 Gryphon Warp Fighter 3D Model…but bear in mind that there are no conversions available. This model was made in Cinema 4D and rendered in Octane Render, using Substance Painter. Without that specific set-up, the model might not look the same.However, here is also a PSD file with a lot of rendered angles of the model, the background-less renders ready to be inserted and edited into any space scenes without the use of the 3D model.

auctorlucan: Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter by Auctor-Lucan These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and...

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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://auctorlucan.tumblr.com/post/145930413939">auctorlucan</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://auctor-lucan.deviantart.com/art/Stock-KD-56-Gryphon-class-Warp-Fighter-610888869">Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter</a> by <a href="http://auctor-lucan.deviantart.com/">Auctor-Lucan</a> </p> <p>These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and the U.S.S. Harbinger use in <b>Star Trek: Theurgy.</b> <br/></p> <p><i>UPDATE: Direct link to 3D model download added below. Don’t forget to leave due credit if used.</i><br/><br/>The first design of the Gryphon-class Warp Fighters was made by <b>Andrew Gillespie (KadenDark) and GK Designs</b>, and has more or less become canon to the Star Trek community at this point. It has been modelled and featured in a couple of old Star Trek games, chosen as fighters in many simms, and I want to commemorate this awesome fighter with a new rendition of it. <br/><br/>I think I speak for a big part of the Star Trek community when I thank KadenDark and GK Designs for bringing this fighter to life, for it has inspired countless non-canon stories and the creativity of many artists. Thank you for this old achievement of yours, which still lives on to this day.<br/><br/>This version above was made by me and the 3D model was a commissioning by <b>Omar Tavera (Omardex) </b>(<a href="http://omardex.deviantart.com/">http://omardex.deviantart.com/</a>). The background is a stock image from Dreamstime #57965166, edited in Photoshop CS5. Edits, texts and add-ons to the 3D render of the ships were made by yours truly. The new model can be seen in all its detail and glory below <i>(and good luck if you want to look for the hidden Easter Egg while you are at it….)</i>:</p> <p><a href="https://sketchfab.com/models/709b95ebedf64714ad27274a9bcdb5a8"><b>SKETCHFAB GRYPHON MODEL DISPLAY</b></a><br/><br/>I would like to make this model available to all DeviantArt artists and the whole Star Trek community out there, anyone who want to use it in their art or their stories, and the only thing I ask is<b> that you give due credit to KadenDark &amp; GK Designs for the original design, and to Omardex for the model itself.</b> Personally, I would be happy if you just mentioned where it came from <b>and posted a comment in reply here, showing where you used it.</b> If you want the actual model, here it is:<br/><br/><a href="http://sta.sh/01pqlp7app9p"><b>KD-56 Gryphon Warp Fighter 3D Model</b></a><br/><br/>…but bear in mind that there are no conversions available. This model was made in Cinema 4D and rendered in Octane Render, using Substance Painter. Without that specific set-up, the model might not look the same.<br/><br/>However,<b> <a href="http://sta.sh/0i14xum028h">here is also a PSD file with a lot of rendered angles of the model</a></b>, the background-less renders ready to be inserted and edited into any space scenes without the use of the 3D model.<br/></p> <figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="950" data-orig-width="950"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/66c7aa85f543eb69dec7dd04d2a55320/tumblr_inline_o8sa0mX7D31s1npct_540.png" data-orig-height="950" data-orig-width="950"/></figure></blockquote>: KD-58 GRYPHON CLASS WARP FIGHTER [AKA THE MK II VALKYRIE] DESIGN BY ANDREW GILLESPIE&GK DESIGNS EDIT BY AUCTOR LUCAN MODELLING BY OMARDEX THEGY ■ KD-58 GRYPHON FEDERATION WARP FIGHTER [AKA THE MKII VALKYR旧 DESIGN BY ANDREW GILLESPIE & EK DESIGNS | EDIT BY AUCTOR LUCAN I MODELLING BY OMARDEX <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://auctorlucan.tumblr.com/post/145930413939">auctorlucan</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://auctor-lucan.deviantart.com/art/Stock-KD-56-Gryphon-class-Warp-Fighter-610888869">Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter</a> by <a href="http://auctor-lucan.deviantart.com/">Auctor-Lucan</a> </p> <p>These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and the U.S.S. Harbinger use in <b>Star Trek: Theurgy.</b> <br/></p> <p><i>UPDATE: Direct link to 3D model download added below. Don’t forget to leave due credit if used.</i><br/><br/>The first design of the Gryphon-class Warp Fighters was made by <b>Andrew Gillespie (KadenDark) and GK Designs</b>, and has more or less become canon to the Star Trek community at this point. It has been modelled and featured in a couple of old Star Trek games, chosen as fighters in many simms, and I want to commemorate this awesome fighter with a new rendition of it. <br/><br/>I think I speak for a big part of the Star Trek community when I thank KadenDark and GK Designs for bringing this fighter to life, for it has inspired countless non-canon stories and the creativity of many artists. Thank you for this old achievement of yours, which still lives on to this day.<br/><br/>This version above was made by me and the 3D model was a commissioning by <b>Omar Tavera (Omardex) </b>(<a href="http://omardex.deviantart.com/">http://omardex.deviantart.com/</a>). The background is a stock image from Dreamstime #57965166, edited in Photoshop CS5. Edits, texts and add-ons to the 3D render of the ships were made by yours truly. The new model can be seen in all its detail and glory below <i>(and good luck if you want to look for the hidden Easter Egg while you are at it….)</i>:</p> <p><a href="https://sketchfab.com/models/709b95ebedf64714ad27274a9bcdb5a8"><b>SKETCHFAB GRYPHON MODEL DISPLAY</b></a><br/><br/>I would like to make this model available to all DeviantArt artists and the whole Star Trek community out there, anyone who want to use it in their art or their stories, and the only thing I ask is<b> that you give due credit to KadenDark &amp; GK Designs for the original design, and to Omardex for the model itself.</b> Personally, I would be happy if you just mentioned where it came from <b>and posted a comment in reply here, showing where you used it.</b> If you want the actual model, here it is:<br/><br/><a href="http://sta.sh/01pqlp7app9p"><b>KD-56 Gryphon Warp Fighter 3D Model</b></a><br/><br/>…but bear in mind that there are no conversions available. This model was made in Cinema 4D and rendered in Octane Render, using Substance Painter. Without that specific set-up, the model might not look the same.<br/><br/>However,<b> <a href="http://sta.sh/0i14xum028h">here is also a PSD file with a lot of rendered angles of the model</a></b>, the background-less renders ready to be inserted and edited into any space scenes without the use of the 3D model.<br/></p> <figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="950" data-orig-width="950"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/66c7aa85f543eb69dec7dd04d2a55320/tumblr_inline_o8sa0mX7D31s1npct_540.png" data-orig-height="950" data-orig-width="950"/></figure></blockquote>

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auctorlucan: Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter by Auctor-Lucan These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and the U.S.S. Harbinger use in Star Trek: Theurgy.  UPDATE: Direct link to 3D model download added below. Don’t forget to leave due credit if used.The first design of the Gryphon-class Warp Fighters was made by Andrew Gillespie (KadenDark) and GK Designs, and has more or less become canon to the Star Trek community at this point. It has been modelled and featured in a couple of old Star Trek games, chosen as fighters in many simms, and I want to commemorate this awesome fighter with a new rendition of it. I think I speak for a big part of the Star Trek community when I thank KadenDark and GK Designs for bringing this fighter to life, for it has inspired countless non-canon stories and the creativity of many artists. Thank you for this old achievement of yours, which still lives on to this day.This version above was made by me and the 3D model was a commissioning by Omar Tavera (Omardex) (http://omardex.deviantart.com/). The background is a stock image from Dreamstime #57965166, edited in Photoshop CS5. Edits, texts and add-ons to the 3D render of the ships were made by yours truly. The new model can be seen in all its detail and glory below (and good luck if you want to look for the hidden Easter Egg while you are at it….): SKETCHFAB GRYPHON MODEL DISPLAYI would like to make this model available to all DeviantArt artists and the whole Star Trek community out there, anyone who want to use it in their art or their stories, and the only thing I ask is that you give due credit to KadenDark GK Designs for the original design, and to Omardex for the model itself. Personally, I would be happy if you just mentioned where it came from and posted a comment in reply here, showing where you used it. If you want the actual model, here it is:KD-56 Gryphon Warp Fighter 3D Model…but bear in mind that there are no conversions available. This model was made in Cinema 4D and rendered in Octane Render, using Substance Painter. Without that specific set-up, the model might not look the same.However, here is also a PSD file with a lot of rendered angles of the model, the background-less renders ready to be inserted and edited into any space scenes without the use of the 3D model. : KD-58 GRYPHON-CLASS WARP FIGHTER [AKA THE MK 11 VALKYRIE] I DESIGN BY ANDREW GILLESPIE& GK DESIGNS EDIT BY AUCTOR LUCAN MODELLING BY OMARDEX THEGY ■ KD-58 GRYPHON FEDERATION WARP FIGHTER [AKA THE MKII VALKYR旧 DESIGN BY ANDREW GILLESPIE & EK DESIGNS | EDIT BY AUCTOR LUCAN I MODELLING BY OMARDEX auctorlucan: Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter by Auctor-Lucan These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and the U.S.S. Harbinger use in Star Trek: Theurgy.  UPDATE: Direct link to 3D model download added below. Don’t forget to leave due credit if used.The first design of the Gryphon-class Warp Fighters was made by Andrew Gillespie (KadenDark) and GK Designs, and has more or less become canon to the Star Trek community at this point. It has been modelled and featured in a couple of old Star Trek games, chosen as fighters in many simms, and I want to commemorate this awesome fighter with a new rendition of it. I think I speak for a big part of the Star Trek community when I thank KadenDark and GK Designs for bringing this fighter to life, for it has inspired countless non-canon stories and the creativity of many artists. Thank you for this old achievement of yours, which still lives on to this day.This version above was made by me and the 3D model was a commissioning by Omar Tavera (Omardex) (http://omardex.deviantart.com/). The background is a stock image from Dreamstime #57965166, edited in Photoshop CS5. Edits, texts and add-ons to the 3D render of the ships were made by yours truly. The new model can be seen in all its detail and glory below (and good luck if you want to look for the hidden Easter Egg while you are at it….): SKETCHFAB GRYPHON MODEL DISPLAYI would like to make this model available to all DeviantArt artists and the whole Star Trek community out there, anyone who want to use it in their art or their stories, and the only thing I ask is that you give due credit to KadenDark GK Designs for the original design, and to Omardex for the model itself. Personally, I would be happy if you just mentioned where it came from and posted a comment in reply here, showing where you used it. If you want the actual model, here it is:KD-56 Gryphon Warp Fighter 3D Model…but bear in mind that there are no conversions available. This model was made in Cinema 4D and rendered in Octane Render, using Substance Painter. Without that specific set-up, the model might not look the same.However, here is also a PSD file with a lot of rendered angles of the model, the background-less renders ready to be inserted and edited into any space scenes without the use of the 3D model.

auctorlucan: Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter by Auctor-Lucan These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and...

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auctorlucan: Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter by Auctor-Lucan These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and the U.S.S. Harbinger use in Star Trek: Theurgy.  UPDATE: Direct link to 3D model download added below. Don’t forget to leave due credit if used.The first design of the Gryphon-class Warp Fighters was made by Andrew Gillespie (KadenDark) and GK Designs, and has more or less become canon to the Star Trek community at this point. It has been modelled and featured in a couple of old Star Trek games, chosen as fighters in many simms, and I want to commemorate this awesome fighter with a new rendition of it. I think I speak for a big part of the Star Trek community when I thank KadenDark and GK Designs for bringing this fighter to life, for it has inspired countless non-canon stories and the creativity of many artists. Thank you for this old achievement of yours, which still lives on to this day.This version above was made by me and the 3D model was a commissioning by Omar Tavera (Omardex) (http://omardex.deviantart.com/). The background is a stock image from Dreamstime #57965166, edited in Photoshop CS5. Edits, texts and add-ons to the 3D render of the ships were made by yours truly. The new model can be seen in all its detail and glory below (and good luck if you want to look for the hidden Easter Egg while you are at it….): SKETCHFAB GRYPHON MODEL DISPLAYI would like to make this model available to all DeviantArt artists and the whole Star Trek community out there, anyone who want to use it in their art or their stories, and the only thing I ask is that you give due credit to KadenDark GK Designs for the original design, and to Omardex for the model itself. Personally, I would be happy if you just mentioned where it came from and posted a comment in reply here, showing where you used it. If you want the actual model, here it is:KD-56 Gryphon Warp Fighter 3D Model…but bear in mind that there are no conversions available. This model was made in Cinema 4D and rendered in Octane Render, using Substance Painter. Without that specific set-up, the model might not look the same.However, here is also a PSD file with a lot of rendered angles of the model, the background-less renders ready to be inserted and edited into any space scenes without the use of the 3D model. : KD-58 GRYPHON-CLASS WARP FIGHTER [AKA THE MK 11 VALKYRIE] I DESIGN BY ANDREW GILLESPIE& GK DESIGNS EDIT BY AUCTOR LUCAN MODELLING BY OMARDEX THEGY ■ KD-58 GRYPHON FEDERATION WARP FIGHTER [AKA THE MKII VALKYR旧 DESIGN BY ANDREW GILLESPIE & EK DESIGNS | EDIT BY AUCTOR LUCAN I MODELLING BY OMARDEX auctorlucan: Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter by Auctor-Lucan These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and the U.S.S. Harbinger use in Star Trek: Theurgy.  UPDATE: Direct link to 3D model download added below. Don’t forget to leave due credit if used.The first design of the Gryphon-class Warp Fighters was made by Andrew Gillespie (KadenDark) and GK Designs, and has more or less become canon to the Star Trek community at this point. It has been modelled and featured in a couple of old Star Trek games, chosen as fighters in many simms, and I want to commemorate this awesome fighter with a new rendition of it. I think I speak for a big part of the Star Trek community when I thank KadenDark and GK Designs for bringing this fighter to life, for it has inspired countless non-canon stories and the creativity of many artists. Thank you for this old achievement of yours, which still lives on to this day.This version above was made by me and the 3D model was a commissioning by Omar Tavera (Omardex) (http://omardex.deviantart.com/). The background is a stock image from Dreamstime #57965166, edited in Photoshop CS5. Edits, texts and add-ons to the 3D render of the ships were made by yours truly. The new model can be seen in all its detail and glory below (and good luck if you want to look for the hidden Easter Egg while you are at it….): SKETCHFAB GRYPHON MODEL DISPLAYI would like to make this model available to all DeviantArt artists and the whole Star Trek community out there, anyone who want to use it in their art or their stories, and the only thing I ask is that you give due credit to KadenDark GK Designs for the original design, and to Omardex for the model itself. Personally, I would be happy if you just mentioned where it came from and posted a comment in reply here, showing where you used it. If you want the actual model, here it is:KD-56 Gryphon Warp Fighter 3D Model…but bear in mind that there are no conversions available. This model was made in Cinema 4D and rendered in Octane Render, using Substance Painter. Without that specific set-up, the model might not look the same.However, here is also a PSD file with a lot of rendered angles of the model, the background-less renders ready to be inserted and edited into any space scenes without the use of the 3D model.

auctorlucan: Stock | KD-56 Gryphon-class Warp Fighter by Auctor-Lucan These are the warp fighters the pilots on the U.S.S. Resolve and...

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