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Old May 22 2010, 03:09 PM   #346
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Re: Schematics made with Vance's toolkit

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The USS O'Bannon



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I like it all it needs are a pair or 2 of Mega Phasers
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Old May 22 2010, 03:15 PM   #347
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Well heres the design i was working on



I like this. Looks like it could take on BSG!
Thank you very much

and also im surprised its on Shipschematics.net i didnt think it was worthy for that awesome starship schematic database
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Old May 22 2010, 03:22 PM   #348
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and also im surprised its on Shipschematics.net i didnt think it was worthy for that awesome starship schematic database
Probably too tame by their standards.
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Old May 22 2010, 04:48 PM   #349
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The Beauty of Ship Schematic Data Base is that its very inclusive of everyones work
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Old May 22 2010, 07:30 PM   #350
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Hi, Nathan - I included your Gadget Hackwrench because I love the sense of humor behind it. Too many times I've gotten serious submissions that have 50 nacelles and hundreds of phaser banks and torpedo tubes. When I see something like yours I have to include it. Kind of like this one too:

http://www.shipschematics.net/startr...t_overkill.jpg

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Old May 22 2010, 07:41 PM   #351
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Re: Schematics made with Vance's toolkit

http://www.cygnus-x1.net/links/lcars/vance.php

His old version is on that page - scroll to the bottom and look for "Toolkit Freebies" - 11 sheets total.
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Old May 22 2010, 09:25 PM   #352
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137th Gebirg wrote: View Post
Hi, Nathan - I included your Gadget Hackwrench because I love the sense of humor behind it. Too many times I've gotten serious submissions that have 50 nacelles and hundreds of phaser banks and torpedo tubes. When I see something like yours I have to include it. Kind of like this one too:

http://www.shipschematics.net/startr...t_overkill.jpg

indeed after seeing that i had to make mine plus i actually like that one
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Old May 22 2010, 09:40 PM   #353
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http://www.cygnus-x1.net/links/lcars/vance.php

His old version is on that page - scroll to the bottom and look for "Toolkit Freebies" - 11 sheets total.
yeah i used those for my last ship cus i acciendtly sent the older tool kit copies to a external HD i live in a cramped space so i really didnt want to risk a trip hazard for my mom just for those ^__^;

plus those have that crummy .jpg compression wonkyness that makes it hard to fill in sections with color
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Old May 23 2010, 01:37 AM   #354
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What program do you use? There is a way to clean them up, although it is time consuming. I use Paint.Net, but I'd imagine the same procedure would work with any decent graphics program.

Load a sheet.
Edit>Copy
Edit>Paste Into New Layer
Select All on the original (lower) layer and hit [DELETE]
Back to the only layer with artwork on it - Magic Wand
Start by selecting the background and [DELETE] it. Now is where it gets tedious. Work your way through the whole sheet doing Magic Wand/Delete until you have a whole sheet of just outlines.
Now go back and paint the lower layer white.
Depending what's on the specific sheet, you can go back to the artwork layer and selectively Magic Wand/Delete/Paint grey areas like impulse engines, sensor dishes, bussard collectors and so on.
Save in your program's native format so you still have it as layers.
Save>Export to BMP or some other lossless format.

Even if you don't clean up every last bit of the artwork just clearing the background makes them a lot easier to work with.
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Old May 23 2010, 03:29 PM   #355
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Frunze class battlecruiser

The Frunze class was designed as an upgrade to the Kirov class battlecruiser. Starfleet wanted to enhance the firepower as well as integrate the enhanced capabilities, that the second stern-mounted main sensor/deflector of the Federation class provided.
The nacelle orientation was tweaked on the prototype U.S.S. Frunze. Since no enhancement in the ships performance was detected, the regular nacelle orientation was used on all other ships of this class.



U.S.S. Orlan, second ship of the class.
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Old May 24 2010, 08:01 AM   #356
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This is a Sacramento Class ship which uses purpose built modules. There would be different modules that it could carry.

This is the same class ship with out the module. Also included is a side view of the hull with out the nacelles and pylons.
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Old May 24 2010, 12:58 PM   #357
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This is a great design! A precedessor to the Nebula class. :top:


One litte bit regarding the registry on top of the main hull, when written with this font - it needs to be written with spaces between each letter to conform with what is seen in TOS ( "N C C - 1 7 0 1" instead of "NCC-1701").
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Old May 24 2010, 06:13 PM   #358
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Frunze class battlecruiser

The Frunze class was designed as an upgrade to the Kirov class battlecruiser. Starfleet wanted to enhance the firepower as well as integrate the enhanced capabilities, that the second stern-mounted main sensor/deflector of the Federation class provided.
The nacelle orientation was tweaked on the prototype U.S.S. Frunze. Since no enhancement in the ships performance was detected, the regular nacelle orientation was used on all other ships of this class.



U.S.S. Orlan, second ship of the class.
Very nice TOS era battle cruisers
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Old May 24 2010, 06:23 PM   #359
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This is a Sacramento Class ship which uses purpose built modules. There would be different modules that it could carry.

This is the same class ship with out the module. Also included is a side view of the hull with out the nacelles and pylons.
TOS Nebula indeed
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Old May 24 2010, 06:30 PM   #360
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TOS Nebula indeed
More like the predecessor to this: http://www.cygnus-x1.net/links/lcars...-transport.php
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