Now we are reaching the heavy hitters of the Sa'Vasku fleet. The Shyy'Tha'Var has a tough carapace and can take as well as dish out plenty of punishment. The addition of pod launchers adds the equivalent of torpedoes for long range firepower. The ship was painted in the same fashion as the previous Sa'vasku ships.
The Shy'Sa'Theh is the smallest carrier in the Sa'Vasku fleet. It can carry (produce) up to 12 Ku'Tho'Ra drone fighters. A fun ship to paint. The sphere is actually a metallic gold. Unfortunately, the metallic sheen doesn't photograph well.
The equivalent of a cruiser in human fleets, the Var'Kiir'Sha is the smallest true warship in the Sa'Vasku fleet. Because of the Sa'Vasku's ability to allocate all its power to either engines, shields, or weapons, this ship can really pack a punch for its size. Like with the Var'Aar'Sha light cruisers, the lighter dry brush really brings out the hull details in this ship.
Now we are seeing some of the heavier ships in the Sa'Vasku fleet. The Yar'Arr'Sha is classified as a younger strike ship (equivalent to a cruiser in human fleet terms). It is a multi-role ship which serves a similar function in the Sa'Vasku fleet as light cruisers in a human fleet. You can see the details in the hull that are brought out by the tan and yellow dry brush.
The largest common attack ship and the smallest ship in the Sa'Vasku fleet with the ability to fire torpedo type weapons. The ships are now large enough to start picking out small details in the hull. The Sa'Vasku take drybrushing well.
Next for the Sa'Vasku are the Fo'Kiir'Tha younger attack ship. According to Fleet Book 2, they function like corvettes in the Sa'Vasku fleet. A very dangerous opponent for similar sized ships in the Tuffyverse.