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Old May 18 2006, 07:18 PM   #196
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Re: I.S.S. Titan & I.S.S. Ares

Here are some I.S.S. Ship Crest wallpapers that I had some requests for on a few other forums.



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Old May 18 2006, 07:59 PM   #197
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Re: I.S.S. Titan & I.S.S. Ares

Just out of interest are there any images of the USS Titan in seperation mode?
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Old May 18 2006, 08:09 PM   #198
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She does not seperate. That is something I decided to do with the I.S.S. Titan. Sorry
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Old May 18 2006, 08:10 PM   #199
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Re: I.S.S. Titan & I.S.S. Ares

I'd ~love~ to see the I.S.S. Ares in separation mode. Or the ~U.S.S. Ares~ for that matter.
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Old May 18 2006, 08:17 PM   #200
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She doesn't Sep Either since they both are Carriers, and full of internal hangers. At one time i was going to dothe multivector thing with her.
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Old May 18 2006, 09:30 PM   #201
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Re: I.S.S. Titan & I.S.S. Ares

Here is a U.S.S.Ares WIP update. I decided to change out the nacells to give the a federation look, kinda like Voyagers but on a massive scale.
I also added the shuttle hanger on the aft saucer. I am still playing aroundbut here she is so far.

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Old May 19 2006, 03:03 PM   #202
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Titan Designer said:
Here is a U.S.S.Ares WIP update. I decided to change out the nacells to give the a federation look, kinda like Voyagers but on a massive scale.
I also added the shuttle hanger on the aft saucer. I am still playing aroundbut here she is so far.


^Nice! Considerably less evil looking than her Mirror Universe counterpart! It would be interesting to see a compare/contrast image in the same way that we saw the Clash of the Titans.

I've got a question. What is the theme of the names of the Ares class, as in the Luna class it was the names of moons in our Solar System? Also what are the dimensions of the Ares lengthwise, widthwise, heightwise, and deckwise?
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Old May 19 2006, 03:46 PM   #203
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Ares is not the class. The class in the Olympus class. So the ships will be named after the Greek Gods.. I choose Ares for the fist I.S.S. one since he was the God of War.


Oh, there will be a head to head shot don't worry. :thumbsup:
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Old May 19 2006, 04:43 PM   #204
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Here is the deck count I came ups with for the I.S.S. Ares 45 Decks,
that is counting the Weapons platform an launch column on
the secondary hull that connects the weapons platform.
For the U.S.S. I figured that there was 30 decks.

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Old May 19 2006, 06:48 PM   #205
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Here are a few more wallpapers.


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Old May 19 2006, 10:17 PM   #206
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Re: I.S.S. Titan & I.S.S. Ares

And the Terran Empire ships still look better...


Any progress on the Hermes?


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Old May 20 2006, 01:08 AM   #207
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I haven't start on any Hermes. Maybe the Icarus??? I will work on her in the next month or so.
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Old May 20 2006, 01:18 AM   #208
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Re: I.S.S. Titan & I.S.S. Ares

Looks good so far. I like the wall paper too. No one answered my question through.
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Old May 20 2006, 03:45 AM   #209
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:thumbsup: Looking amazing! :thumbsup:

So the Aries is a Carrier an a big one to.

But Id still put my money on the Ent-E pasting the Aries in a fire fight. Beining that the Aries is so dang big, an the Ent-E has that manuverablity of a ship a quarter of its size. Im goining on the belief that the Soverign Class is a Exploration Battleship in both universes, with the manuverablity of a cruiser.

So the Titan would be what a heavy exploration Cruiser, and a heavy Battle Cruiser in the MU I take it.


Picard looks pretty good to, But the only thing Id change there, is have his collar a tiny bit smaller. Looks like shorty there would have trouble seeing from behind that thing.
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Old May 20 2006, 04:49 AM   #210
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So I take it Fleet Admiral in the DE Universe is just 2 stars instead of 5. I like how he has Locutus's headgear. Nice job on the USS Ares too. Can't wait to see more.
Take a good look at his Uniform, The Pips on his colar are the standard Admiral Pips, but the Fleet bars are on his shoulders.
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