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Old March 18 2013, 08:02 AM   #31
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Re: Greg's Trek Ships and Things

I started this originally as a design for a clunky battleship....that obviously didn't happen.

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Old March 18 2013, 12:20 PM   #32
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewV3d0hEj7I
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Old March 20 2013, 06:40 PM   #33
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I think you should know that the second video doesn't work. Something about it being private.

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I have no explanation. It's probably best not to ask anyways.
The shit you make when....
FED D7 design and model by me (Greg Stitz).
Also if you know the original artist of the background starfield let me know.
All trademarked names belong to their respective owners. No copyright infringement intended or implied.
The Klingon design flair looks nice with a straight up saucer.
On a personal note: I would think that a Klingon Federation would be more like the UFP than the Klingon Empire, and thus would be more likely to get into brawling matches with their Imperial counterparts (or maybe the Romulans), as opposed to getting into firefights with the UFP.

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Hit a minor setback with a corrupted file, but it's a good thing I like to save multiple files at various stages. Only had to redo a little bit of the work.
Sorry to hear that you had a file problem, but I happy to hear that you managed to compensate for it.

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Working on the TOS-Era refit of the Columbus.
-Deflector 25% smaller
-Swept back pylons
-Impulse engine where it is located on the Constituion
-Laser banks upgraded to the more powerful Phaser banks
-Fission (fusion?) torpedoes upgraded to Photon torpedoes
-Other minor differences
Undecided if this ship would see a TMP refit. Also did a size check and the Constitution is 2.5x bigger than the Columbus.
Last I've heard, Starfleet used fusion warheads prior to using Photons (unless we are to refer and defer to Enterprise, in which case Photonic warheads might have been a part of the mix.
I'm pretty sure they had a preference against fission warheads, because if I remember correctly, fission reactions usually leaves behind more, hard radiation.

At this point, I assume that the Columbus does eventually see an additional refit. Albeit I haven't decided yet whether I'm going to defer to your Columbus, or Forbin's Columbus, due to them being too close to the same time for both of them to have existed in the same time-line, even if the one with the lower registry (yours in this case), was lost.
But as much as I like Forbin's kitbashes, I have an uncanny favoritism towards completely original designs, made possible of course by 3D models.

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I started this originally as a design for a clunky battleship....that obviously didn't happen.

She has some really nice curves...

And this video helps to illustrate them even more.

I'll say this much about Ryan Church's Enterprise design: she does have her fair share of design elements that are fun to use.

And I've decided that I personally would have to pick The Lost Era as my favorite time period for seeing new designs, due to there being many currently unused registries in the era, ranging from the 10000-range, to especially the 20000-range to the 50000-range. The registry gaps really stop at the 60000-range.
Even so, the post-nemesis time period is my personal favorite for creating new designs myself.

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Old March 21 2013, 12:27 AM   #34
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Nice work.
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Old March 29 2013, 08:39 AM   #35
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@JES
1. Links should be fixed now.
2. I decided that she doesn't see a TMP refit.
3. Thanks.
4. About the new Enteprise, if the secondary hull and pylons were completely rebuilt, she'll be a whole lot better looking. I actually like the nacelles, and I think it 's the pylons that really kill it for people. I don't mind the saucer as much, but I miss the little inward curve on the underside of the saucer.

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Thanks.
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Old March 31 2013, 06:09 AM   #36
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Some pics of stuff from the past. No new updates at the moment. Got sucked into STO and KSP again. That and my creative spark is fucking me over.
1. Ambassador Dreadnaught.
One of my favorite Next Gen era ships, I always wanted to see a dreadnaught variant. The original model is by Dave Metlesets, modified by myself.

2. USS Redemption, JJ Reality
This is a concept I came up with watching the 09 Star Trek one day. It is suppose to feel more Constitution like, with nods towards the Excelsior (NX version). She is also about the same size of the Constitution. Concept by me, perspective drawing by Adam Kop.

3. Gorn Visara-class Battleship
This one was inspired by the Gorn frigate concept for STO.

4. Vectorman
Low Poly version of the character from the game Vectorman.

5. IKS Krage
Design concept for my ST: Renegade movie I'm working on.

6. Concepts 1

7. Concepts 2

8. Metaluna
Redid some materials on Madman's Metaluna model a long time ago.





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Old April 1 2013, 12:58 PM   #37
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Despite its title, it has absolutely nothing to do with April Fool's.
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Old April 3 2013, 11:27 AM   #38
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Small work on the bridge, impulse area, and nacelles. Oh by the way, those aren't torpedo launchers above the impulse engines. Obviously.

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Old April 3 2013, 03:50 PM   #39
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Nice work! And I like the warp nacelles, especially the "fin" on top, gives it a '50s rocket ship (or possibly Cadillac) look.
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Old April 3 2013, 03:58 PM   #40
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Nice work! And I like the warp nacelles, especially the "fin" on top, gives it a '50s rocket ship (or possibly Cadillac) look.
You mean like this
http://glennshatowski.deviantart.com...11951752&qo=46
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Old April 3 2013, 04:57 PM   #41
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She almost done.
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Old April 5 2013, 01:16 AM   #42
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Old April 5 2013, 02:16 PM   #43
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Old April 9 2013, 06:08 PM   #44
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Every Starfleet captain knew that when they were out among the seas of stars, they would face perils and untold horrors that would mean the death of them and their crew. The 20th anniversery of the Battle of Wolf 359 would take on a new meaning. When the Nebula-class USS Talfard detected transwarp signatures in the vicinity of Wolf 359, they knew the Borg were about to retaliate for the destruction of their transwarp hub. What they did not know was that the Borg had prepared a special surprise for the powers of the Alpha and Beta Quandrants. When the captain of the Talfard saw the enormous Fusion Cube, he knew their final moments had arrived.

Felt a little drained so put this together. If anyone doesn't know, the Fusion Cube is 8 standard Borg cubes fused together to make a larger and more deadly vessel. It was first introduced in the Armada series and since then has been ported to games such as Legacy and Bridge Commander.

The base mesh is my outdated Borg Cube from 2 years ago. The Nebula belongs to Dave Metlesits.
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Old April 18 2013, 01:09 AM   #45
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Structural changes. Also comparison with the Columbus.
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