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Jiraiya May 9 2009 01:48 AM

JJ-Trek versions of other starfleet vessels
 
I can't wait to see NuTrek versions of older designs from TOS (particularly Franz Josephs designs).

And then there are the revised ships from other races too, such as the Klingons, Cardassians and others.

I'd try my hand but except for miniature painting, I am not much of an artist.

J

Nimitz CO May 9 2009 02:19 AM

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Madman has done it already his work is incredible. Check it out.

http://madshipyard.com/ships.htm

Malleus May 9 2009 06:02 AM

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There was a brief clip in the film where Pike leads a whole bunch of Fed ships towards Vulcan. One of the ships looks a bit like an Akira.

Admiral Buzzkill May 9 2009 06:25 AM

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There are ships with one nacelle, three nacelles...

Jiraiya May 9 2009 08:13 AM

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Nimitz CO wrote: (Post 2922565)
Madman has done it already his work is incredible. Check it out.

http://madshipyard.com/ships.htm

Thank you :techman:

Jist what I was looking for

J

Kaziarl May 9 2009 08:21 AM

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I saw one that looked like it was similar to the constellation class, with a saucer section and four nacelles

Gep Malakai May 9 2009 08:28 AM

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Assuming I'm thinking of the one you are, it had two nacelles on top, connected by a curved rollbar, and two secondary hulls below.

Kaziarl May 9 2009 11:57 AM

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Was it hulls underneath? You're probably right, but it was the one immediately to the right of the enterprise, and as they were warping out it was directly in front of the enterprise.

Jiraiya May 9 2009 03:01 PM

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Nimitz CO wrote: (Post 2922565)
Madman has done it already his work is incredible. Check it out.

http://madshipyard.com/ships.htm

As mentioned upthread this is awesome.

For a Star Fleet Battles/Federation Commander player like me (which is based off of FJ's ships), this is 100% :drool: as far as I am concerned.

The only changes I would make are replacing the bottom dome on the primary hulls of the Saladin and Hermes with sensor arrays, otherwise it is just as I imagined.

J

ThunderAeroI May 9 2009 03:03 PM

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I want a model of that four engine jobbie

sojourner May 9 2009 07:29 PM

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Did any one notice alot of the ships looked like the Matt Jeffries sketches for different layouts of Enterprise? Pretty cool that.

Admiral Buzzkill May 9 2009 10:24 PM

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Yeah.

One thing that JJTrek has done is ignore some of the nonsense design rules (like the "matched nacelle rule") that Roddenberry (not a design artist himsefl) laid down in an apparent attempt to de-privilege Franz Joseph's work. So fan artists don't have to play Starfleet Colorforms to quite the extent that was encouraged before.

BolianAuthor May 9 2009 11:19 PM

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Dennis wrote: (Post 2927303)
Yeah.

One thing that JJTrek has done is ignore some of the nonsense design rules (like the "matched nacelle rule") that Roddenberry (not a design artist himsefl) laid down.

And yet, Mr. Roddenberry is the creator of Star Trek, and responsible for its very existence.

That must bug you to no end, lol.

Wingsley May 10 2009 02:17 AM

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Has anyone ever thought of what a JJ-inspired Enterprise-C or -D might look like? Or even Sisko's Defiant?

Falconfire May 10 2009 02:25 AM

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BolianAdmiral wrote: (Post 2927631)
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Dennis wrote: (Post 2927303)
Yeah.

One thing that JJTrek has done is ignore some of the nonsense design rules (like the "matched nacelle rule") that Roddenberry (not a design artist himsefl) laid down.

And yet, Mr. Roddenberry is the creator of Star Trek, and responsible for its very existence.

That must bug you to no end, lol.


not really, because he also was known to be a raging asshole sometimes, the FJ argument, and screw over of Courage being two prime examples.


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