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Kaiser August 3 2013 08:59 AM

Looking for a crazy ship design
 
All i remember it was a TOS era like Super dreadnought with like 2 saucers in a stacked like way, many weopons and it was in 2D and color.

Im trying find it to see if it could be made with ship parts i got off ebay. :)

Praetor August 9 2013 08:15 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
I'm afraid I can't help you... but it sounds intriguing.

Kaiser August 9 2013 09:09 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
Its ok Praetor :)

Ziz August 9 2013 09:51 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
A crazy design with stacked saucers and tons of weapons?

Sounds like one of your own ships. :p

Kaiser August 9 2013 11:33 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
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Ziz wrote: (Post 8489659)
A crazy design with stacked saucers and tons of weapons?

Sounds like one of your own ships. :p


Yep its does ^_^;; Cept i never did a TOS era design yet....

137th Gebirg August 16 2013 06:35 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
Not stacked and not in color...

...but I just had to... :devil:

http://shipschematics.net/startrek/i...t_overkill.jpg

B.J. August 16 2013 06:40 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
No.

("No one takes credit for this." :lol:)

Kaiser August 16 2013 07:17 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
Still a funny design there ^_^

Praetor August 16 2013 07:36 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
Good lord, the nacelles. That ship's captain is seriously compensating...

Psion August 16 2013 08:26 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
I'd love to drag that thing out for a few rounds of Starfleet Battles! You thought Assault on a Starbase was tough, you Klingon piece of filth? Watch what happens when the starbase can chase you!

Melakon August 16 2013 08:27 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
What is Vance's Toolkit, how does it work, and where can it be found? I tried Google, but didn't see anything pointing to the program itself (if it is one).

STRenegade August 16 2013 08:34 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
It's just parts of starships that you can take into any program like paint of photoshop and kitbash ships together.

137th Gebirg August 16 2013 08:38 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
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Melakon wrote: (Post 8515939)
What is Vance's Toolkit, how does it work, and where can it be found? I tried Google, but didn't see anything pointing to the program itself (if it is one).

Here are the latest versions that I've been able to find (in COLOR!) :)

Oh, and lest we forget this fun little ditty:
http://shipschematics.net/startrek/i...r_baywatch.jpg

I guess you could call this one "stacked". :D

Melakon August 16 2013 09:09 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
:techman: Thanks for the link, 137th Gebirg. It's just copy/paste, and then tweak the layers?

The Pamela Anderson reminded me of the big-boobed spaceship (piloted by John-Boy Walton) in Battle Beyond the Stars.

137th Gebirg August 16 2013 09:28 PM

Re: Looking for a crazy ship design
 
Quote:

Melakon wrote: (Post 8516137)
:techman: Thanks for the link, 137th Gebirg. It's just copy/paste, and then tweak the layers?

Yup. Just that simple. IIRC, they aren't transparent GIF's, so you will need to clip the edges if you want clean overlaps with the layers.
Quote:

The Pamela Anderson reminded me of the big-boobed spaceship (piloted by John-Boy Walton) in Battle Beyond the Stars.
Wow...there's a blast from the past. To show my age, I remember when that movie first aired. I was very young, but it still seemed very creepy to me in comparison to Wars or Trek. The transplanted arm scene with the telepathic aliens, to me, was the defining moment in that movie. Never saw anything quite like that before or since.


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