A collection of community created warship designs spanning from real to fictional, old to new.
Need to take a break from the articles and news sections? We have you covered with our new warship design area. This section is for those to kick back and have some fun by submitting their own warship designs.
Designs can be real or fictional, new or old. Any form of media is alright as well. Anything from paper and pencil to computer designs are allowed.
You can submit your designs to the contact page or via the forum. One of the admins will publish your design. Feel free to include a backstory, design details, or any other relevant information.
Regular posters can also opt to start a writers account. This will let them handle all of their own publishing. It will also give you a handy little author box, letting you link to your outside social media, websites, etc. Simply contact an admin to learn more!
In the future we will implement design contests so keep an eye out for that!
In a previous article, one of our writers talked about the US Navy’s Frigate Problem. We discussed the issue on the forum and began working on a design that would rectify issues with the current Littoral Combat Ships. What we came up with is a rugged, cheap design built upon the Oliver Hazard Perry class…Read More
The real-world ships of the Alaska-class were officially designated as Large Cruisers, & since some regard them as Battlecruisers due to their size, I decided to make my own model of the Alaska-class on what it would look like (In my point of view) as a battlecruiser. So as a Battlecruiser, its typical for them…Read More
My design for a Destroyer from the late Second World War. Called, the Magellan class, I based it on the German Zestorer 1945. Magellan Class Destroyer Length – 400′ Beam – 40′ Draft – 14′ Displacement – 2700 tons Speed – 35 knots Armament: x8 5″ guns x4 55mm AA guns x24 20mm AA…Read More
The super battleship Arizona , My first major design. I have come a long way since then, both in detail and in the sense of realism. This was simply a “what if” design. The what if being that the US navy decided to drink the Yamato punch and make a battleship of enormously huge proportions. Basically,…Read More