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Old March 19 2010, 07:11 PM   #61
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Re: USS Enterprise F, G, H, I.

This is the Enigma Class Starship. It's a Stealth Reconnaissance with a very high warp speed. LCARS24 has already seen this ship, it's made a little progress. The first ship was designed weaponless.

It utilizes a stealth system known as Peripheral Subspace Masking and makes the undetectable to to FTL sensors.
It is also an expansion of Variable warp field geometry.

I-t's 529 meters long (I think)
-Saucer seperable (no independent reintegration)
-Saucer landings only
-Saucer is warp capable
-6 Impulse Engines

The Next design known as USS Epic is well armed with phasers and torpedo as well as limited disruptor weapons.

The ship was design by Star Fleet but Enigma was constructed by a Romulan division. The Epic has a predominantly Romulan crew.


I haven't decided to make a WIP Thread for the ship since I work on it only when I can.















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Old March 19 2010, 07:15 PM   #62
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Well, I did a F version. Nobody liked it, but it had a new technology behind it. Also the electronics patterns wasn't very popular, but this is a symbolism very human in nature.



http://membre.oricom.ca/komaro/3d_10.html

Would be interesting to redo this ship in 3DS max eventually.
It is different, but you can put me down as another person who likes it
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Old March 19 2010, 07:22 PM   #63
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Well, I did a F version. Nobody liked it, but it had a new technology behind it. Also the electronics patterns wasn't very popular, but this is a symbolism very human in nature.



http://membre.oricom.ca/komaro/3d_10.html

Would be interesting to redo this ship in 3DS max eventually.
This is an interesting design. (aside from the textures)
I like it because it's progress and it's a ship that would work well in the slipstream.

However there are concerns.
The ship resembles a kitbash of a ships saucer and another design grafted on the rear. More of an effort needs to be made to fully integrate the design.

The top view is the best view and like many ships it shows that the designer's focus was the top view.. (Like Sovereign) I've done something similar but I'm not satisfied so I refuse to move on untill the ventral side looks as well thought out as the top..

I would love the opportunity to co op this design to improse it's functional and perhaps it's aesthetics as well.
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Old March 19 2010, 08:20 PM   #64
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Re: USS Enterprise F, G, H, I.

Well, regarding design, it was important that the ventral section was fluid and follow a curve line in order to flow into the Singularity wormhole and ride the "wave". I did the saucer that way, to get a continuity from E. But I understand what you mean Saquist, there is certainly an effort to be made...that said I will eventually do it in 3ds max, once I feel I have learned it better. But my current project is to finish the Captain Harlock ship once and for all in 3dsmax and C4D...after that I might try to rethink the texture and the ship.
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Old March 19 2010, 08:57 PM   #65
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Well, regarding design, it was important that the ventral section was fluid and follow a curve line in order to flow into the Singularity wormhole and ride the "wave". I did the saucer that way, to get a continuity from E. But I understand what you mean Saquist, there is certainly an effort to be made...that said I will eventually do it in 3ds max, once I feel I have learned it better. But my current project is to finish the Captain Harlock ship once and for all in 3dsmax and C4D...after that I might try to rethink the texture and the ship.
While the texture is interesting to see on a ship, I can't think of a reason why circuit board patterns would be used on a ships hull.

Perhaps you can modify the nodes on the Voyager for armor deployment and add them in a circuit board style in key positions. That would be a good reason to use something along those lines.

I looked at the rest of your designs.
The Stinger Class is very very good. Very functional and and great departure from the Trek tradition. This ship gets a big numbs up on textures too. I could see this on screen as it is.
Good job.
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Old March 20 2010, 04:08 PM   #66
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Re: USS Enterprise F, G, H, I.

Saquist wrote: View Post
This is the Enigma Class Starship. It's a Stealth Reconnaissance with a very high warp speed. LCARS24 has already seen this ship, it's made a little progress. The first ship was designed weaponless.

It utilizes a stealth system known as Peripheral Subspace Masking and makes the undetectable to to FTL sensors.
It is also an expansion of Variable warp field geometry.

I-t's 529 meters long (I think)
-Saucer seperable (no independent reintegration)
-Saucer landings only
-Saucer is warp capable
-6 Impulse Engines

The Next design known as USS Epic is well armed with phasers and torpedo as well as limited disruptor weapons.

The ship was design by Star Fleet but Enigma was constructed by a Romulan division. The Epic has a predominantly Romulan crew.


I haven't decided to make a WIP Thread for the ship since I work on it only when I can.















Looks good to me
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Old March 22 2010, 12:33 PM   #67
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Re: USS Enterprise F, G, H, I.

Graci,

I definitely would like to greeble the design and make it's detail stand out, yet so limited time and CAD is so limited to me. I'm such a perfectionist I wonder if it will ever be done.
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Old March 22 2010, 03:46 PM   #68
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Graci,

I definitely would like to greeble the design and make it's detail stand out, yet so limited time and CAD is so limited to me. I'm such a perfectionist I wonder if it will ever be done.
I'll be looking forward it to be done
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Old March 26 2010, 09:56 PM   #69
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I'm thinking this is the best Ent-I design
http://trekbbs.com/showthread.php?t=94875

A good Enterprise F
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk7gaOXiu4w
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGQIA...eature=related

Enterprise G would be the Grandeur of course.

Enterprise H perhape
http://trekbbs.com/showthread.php?t=69317

Enterprise J would still be seen as it was shown to Archer. remember, even thought the xindi threat is no more, the Ships of the Line Calender still shows the winged design. Perhaps Congo Could be Enterprise I, with the Perception being Picards ride as JJprise's replacement--since it does have a bit of that look.

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Old April 12 2010, 05:11 PM   #70
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Beautifull ship! I would like to see updates.
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Old April 12 2010, 06:49 PM   #71
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Here is the Frontier-class U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-F. She's a very back-to-basics Heavy Cruiser / Explorer designed for border presence and deep space exploration. Captain Oncarou na' Gabriel commands her and her crew of 515.



}not pictured, but she's a Casablanca-class escort fighter-carrier{
The U.S.S. Enterprise, NCC-1701-G, was - like the rest of her class - designed to utilize her fighter complement and shipboard weapons to safely escort cargo vessels, diplomatic vessels, and colonization convoys. She was commanded by Captain Frank Lassiter, and saw action during the period of resurgant pirate activity in the years leading up to the final breaking of the Orion Syndicate. She was destroyed with a loss of all hands by crewperson sabotage, a crewperson who was later believed by Starfleet Intelligence to have been influenced or even outright replaced by the D'Agla Nok.




The Nogura-class Flagships are designed from the keel out to be flagships. Each has a flag bridge for fleet command and control in addition to its primary and auxillary bridges. They carry crews of 4094, and are veritable cities in space. The U.S.S. Triumphant, NCC-170090, is the flagship of Commodore Sara Chandler's Task Group 808 under the direct command of Captain Richard Bateson. The U.S.S. Enterprise, NCC-170100 (my fanfic does NOT lead to a NCC-1701-H, or to the -J), is the flagship of Admiral Talgha Shellas's Home Fleet, under the direct command of Captain Jan (pronounced 'Yan') Sorka.

...and after that, who knows?
have you a larger pic of the nogura? just corius about the cardassian looking bit on the back.
Looks good though
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