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Old July 4 2015, 09:05 PM   #1636
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Re: Donny's TOS Enterprise Interiors

Ok. I've got the basic structure of the reactor room complete, and I soon I'll start filling in more of the details. The geometry was pretty difficult to figure out, being that there are no schematics available for this small set. I was able to figure out the dimensions of the side walls (the ones with the octogonal viewers attached) by studying my photon torpedo bay set, since these walls were pulled directly from the K'Tinga bridge set in TMP. Everything else is a best guess. I think I got it pretty close to the mark. Here's an overview before I head to work tonight. Keep in mind that the floor and ceiling are incomplete, and I have not yet had time to fill in the graphics.



And here's a view from outside the reactor room
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Old July 4 2015, 09:53 PM   #1637
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Looks about right to me.
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Old Yesterday, 12:22 AM   #1638
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Looks great so far. With all these assets you're building, how hard would it be to build the Amar bridge, and the ... um... computer room (?) from the captured BoP in ST4?

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Albertese wrote: View Post
Looks great so far. With all these assets you're building, how hard would it be to build the Amar bridge, and the ... um... computer room (?) from the captured BoP in ST4?

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It wouldn't be difficult at all. It would just take time, especially since I'd have to dirty up all the the textures to give that Klingon feel to them.

One of these days I'll give it a shot.
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Re: Donny's TOS Enterprise Interiors

That's excellent work, Donny!
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