Once again I give score only base on technique, 4 star for everything else is only to make it look good, as I stated in my previous critique they are meaningless terms, and I would live them empty if I can.
The "Elysium Thunderstrom" first envisioned by bagera3005, later implemented in 3D cinematic render by adamkop, is a fine example of "space plane". Space ship inspired by realistic aviation. A commonly utilized design style in space opera themed science fiction. They are usually deformed air plane that indicate some kind future technology for space travail in a retro scifi setting. Example: the X-wing.
Artist adamkop spend most of his time making various design of space planes for a Star War expanded universe. This is one of his finest work in my opinion, of course the original concept came from bagera3005, famous for his MSpaint tech layout. I shall restrain from attributing to particular artist and focus on the end result form now on.
The "Elysium Thunderstrom" give me a vib from Battlecruiser Galactica and Wing commander type of style. This design is one of the more "realistic" in the sense of style not physics. Much of its feature is clearly addressing the aerodynamic origin, the wings, fuselage, and, stabilizer are from common design pattern of modern fighter jet. Its engine and other retro scifi element are seamlessly integrated with the realistic aspect of reference. Over all it persevered the areo-sleekness of modern fighter jet with a highlight on its engine for retro scifi low poly geometry, the two aspect blended very well. The froward canard connected with its back swiped wings is a very nice touch to deviate the layout from air plane to indicate its identity as some crazy space-born "ship". Yet at same time was in harmony with with rest of the construct.
Composition out of this render hinds the imagination as a snap shot out of a game or movie. Large portion of screen is devoted to the percentation of this ship, with enough background showing the depth of environment and mutilple incidents of this ship indicated the dynamic scale. The "space blue" is dominate color scheme in this picture, with the main focus on the polygonal engine glow. Stars of background was blurred for a sense of "speed", although not scientifically accurate for the scale of space, it is effective none the less in the vicinity of "fiction". The placement of ringed planet at background is critical for the richness of its environment, although was not taken much of the screen space.
The only flaw from my perspective is the <twin barrel turret entity> on its back placed between engine, its form was not aggressive enough to stand out as a cannon, and its current state is easily mistake for some other obscure feature. But overall it was not much of flaw to disturb the rest of perfect construction. I did not read the length description to find out what it is, I just voice my opinion from a pure artistic and personal taste perspective.
In conclusion. This is what I wish I would make.