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Old December 18 2010, 05:32 PM   #61
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Re: Art that doesn't need its own thread

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Very nice if some one offered that as a smart phone I'd be very tempted to buy it
Me too
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Old December 19 2010, 03:17 AM   #62
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Speaking of smart phone communicators, here's a little something I whipped up a while back trying to design a more Trek fitting JJ communicator:

The button on the left is to open the flap and to talk (it's essentially a walkie-talkie, press the button to open channel.) The buttons on the right are for volume, when closed it adjusts the chirp, when open it adjusts the volume of the speaker. The light blue displays are for power, signal, frequency, and the one at the bottom flashes when you're getting a call (along with chirp). The Green power button is to turn the comm on and off, the red target one is to scan for a signal. The middle grey part is a small "mouse wheel" that adjusts frequency range. Oh, and the dark grey part at the top is the antennae and the black square in the middle is to access it's internal components.

Inspiration was a Razor phone.
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Old December 20 2010, 04:44 PM   #63
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Speaking of smart phone communicators, here's a little something I whipped up a while back trying to design a more Trek fitting JJ communicator:

The button on the left is to open the flap and to talk (it's essentially a walkie-talkie, press the button to open channel.) The buttons on the right are for volume, when closed it adjusts the chirp, when open it adjusts the volume of the speaker. The light blue displays are for power, signal, frequency, and the one at the bottom flashes when you're getting a call (along with chirp). The Green power button is to turn the comm on and off, the red target one is to scan for a signal. The middle grey part is a small "mouse wheel" that adjusts frequency range. Oh, and the dark grey part at the top is the antennae and the black square in the middle is to access it's internal components.

Inspiration was a Razor phone.
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Old December 20 2010, 07:40 PM   #64
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Johnnymuffintop wrote: View Post
Speaking of smart phone communicators, here's a little something I whipped up a while back trying to design a more Trek fitting JJ communicator:

The button on the left is to open the flap and to talk (it's essentially a walkie-talkie, press the button to open channel.) The buttons on the right are for volume, when closed it adjusts the chirp, when open it adjusts the volume of the speaker. The light blue displays are for power, signal, frequency, and the one at the bottom flashes when you're getting a call (along with chirp). The Green power button is to turn the comm on and off, the red target one is to scan for a signal. The middle grey part is a small "mouse wheel" that adjusts frequency range. Oh, and the dark grey part at the top is the antennae and the black square in the middle is to access it's internal components.

Inspiration was a Razor phone.
It's cool, but I think the power button and the button with the crosshairs are too obviously like cellphone buttons in shape.
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Old December 23 2010, 04:32 AM   #65
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http://goanimator.deviantart.com/art...T-HQ-190398603

This is a background I made recreating Starfleet HQ

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Old December 27 2010, 11:13 PM   #66
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awesome animated.gif
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Old December 28 2010, 05:42 AM   #67
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awesome animated.gif
Thanks it's just a rather large thumbnail for the flash version in the link above
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Old December 28 2010, 11:54 AM   #68
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24th Century Excelsior model.



Federation Cube Ship


A one man warp 9 capable deep space travel pod.


USS Enterprise-F

Lastly, my preliminary Star Trek Map which I'm working on. LINK
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Old January 3 2011, 05:12 PM   #69
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This is something I was goofing around with today....Wanted to try a different style.



And of course, I couldn't help myself....the "aged" version:
That's really, really cool.

The second one's broken, unfortunately, but I'm sure it's cool too.
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Old January 4 2011, 09:03 PM   #70
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24th Century Excelsior model.



Federation Cube Ship


A one man warp 9 capable deep space travel pod.


USS Enterprise-F

Lastly, my preliminary Star Trek Map which I'm working on. LINK
Nice arts
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Old January 11 2011, 07:15 AM   #71
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Re: Art that doesn't need its own thread

Thought I'd throw something into this thread. Not sure exactly what it is, or why...
As if somebody got stoned in 1982 while looking through a Pontiac brochure, and drew this...

http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/g...Oddthing02.jpg

Apparently it's aerodynamic, perhaps the whole thing lands (instead of using those damned transporters).
All done up in "StarFleet Red".
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Old January 11 2011, 08:22 AM   #72
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Red makes it go fast.
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Old January 11 2011, 08:45 AM   #73
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Lorna, I like your Excelsior design, though to me it looks like the Starfleet version of a luxury liner.
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Old January 11 2011, 11:15 AM   #74
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Jude, always nice to see your work, and that one is exceptionally interesting.
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Old January 11 2011, 03:49 PM   #75
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Thought I'd throw something into this thread. Not sure exactly what it is, or why...
As if somebody got stoned in 1982 while looking through a Pontiac brochure, and drew this...

http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/g...Oddthing02.jpg

Apparently it's aerodynamic, perhaps the whole thing lands (instead of using those damned transporters).
All done up in "StarFleet Red".
Very cool design, with or without the red color! The paneling design make it look to me like something out of the '70s or '80s.
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