Wowzers. To clarify: are these being generated by our old friend, Mr. PRNG? Or are they hand-designed for now?
If procedural, that's fantastic -- it implies that the universe of ship types we encounter in LT v1.0 will be terrifically diverse.
I do have two pieces of feedback at a conceptual level, both of which are related to kostuek's comment: wings make sense for atmospheric flight.
1. Forward-facing wing surfaces that are flat are an offense to physics.
If it really is a "wing," implying that this thing could fly well in an atmosphere, then there probably needs to be some logic to insure that the "front" part of any wing is an edge where two surfaces join.
2. Less wing, more fuselage. Unless Josh is still planning to support our landing on planets and showing a city through a window, where we might see some of these fighter craft flying, "wings" are completely unnecessary for a spacecraft in a vacuum.
They do sort of make sense aesthetically, though. The idea of a "fighter" craft immediately brings to mind the basic shapes in the drawing shown in the OP. So while some fighters might not have wings (maybe they are
wings -- a "lifting body
" design), it probably doesn't hurt to let some space fighters have wing-like attachments.
But in all the test images shown, the wing-to-fuselage ratio seems very excessive. I think (following Hyperion's perspective) that a great diversity of shapes means we ought to see more-wing-than-fuselage fighters from time to time. What I'm suggesting is that this should not be the norm, that most fighters probably ought to be mostly fuselage with a bit of wing.
That still leaves plenty of room for visual variation, but it also covers the feeling that a spaceship with a bunch of core systems (power, engine, weapons, shields, armor, sensors) would usually put those systems in a fuselage, so the fuselage needs to be proportionately larger compared to any wings. (We might note that wings may be hardpoint sites, but here we start to get into real-world aircraft design and that's probably taking this too far.
Overall, really happy with the progress here! If some variation on fuselage/wing proportions can be added, I think that would deliver considerable value.