The attached jpg is a render capture of a project that I've been working on for over a month, and is still a work in progress. This shot, I think, has an appropriately menacing look and pleased me, for the moment, so I thought I'd share it.
It's been a challenging job from several standpoints. First, the hull was a bear. I finally gave up on lofting attempts and used DelftShip to produce a dxf, which I opened in TC, converted the 3D meshes to TC surfaces, 3D added all of these, then added torpedo tubes (which barely show in the attached shot). Everything else, rudder, conning tower, escape hatches, dive planes, and stabilizers were done entirely in TC.
The stabilizers required a LOT of lofting trial and error. As ACIS solids, they gave a file size that would not quality render; the dreaded 'out of memory' was the only result. By converting them to TC surfaces, the file size was reduced by over 6 Mb, and rendering became a snap.
As always, constructive criticisms will be greatly appreciated. Remember, however, that it is a work in progress.