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Old August 12 2010, 01:10 AM   #196
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Re: "Star Trek: Phase II" Enterprise

Space, the funky frontier...
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Old August 12 2010, 03:06 AM   #197
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Hmmm, something more 70's. Maybe:

Star Trek: Keep on truckin'
What, you think they didn't?

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Old August 12 2010, 06:31 AM   #198
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There's a record somewhere in my attic that has a Star Trek version of Convoy on it called "Starfleet."

"We've got a great big Starfleet, traveling through the night..."

Ah, the memories of the 70's Star Trek conventions...
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Old August 12 2010, 07:47 AM   #199
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Star Trek, Phase II: Electric Boogaloo
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Old August 12 2010, 08:41 AM   #200
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Thats a heck of a good looking ship you got there Dennis.
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Old August 12 2010, 11:34 AM   #201
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Large ortho available by clicking on the image below.

Such a majestic ship you have created
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Old August 12 2010, 12:43 PM   #202
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Thanks. I just did the mesh, though - the design is as close to an existing one was I could get.
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Old August 13 2010, 02:11 AM   #203
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Dennis wrote: View Post
sojourner wrote: View Post
Hmmm, something more 70's. Maybe:

Star Trek: Keep on truckin'
What, you think they didn't?

You are my own personal acid flashback. And I'm lovin' it.
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Old August 16 2010, 03:44 PM   #204
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I love your ship, Dennis. Possibly the finest rendition of the "Post-TOS" Enterprise I have yet seen.
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Old August 16 2010, 03:47 PM   #205
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Thanks.
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Old August 25 2010, 12:27 AM   #206
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That is a beautifull version old bean!
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Old December 3 2010, 12:07 AM   #207
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Re: "Star Trek: Phase II" Enterprise

Great work on this design Dennis .. I like your approach to the design

the only thing I never took too on this redesign is the large Registry on the secondary hull.


I have been thinking of building this model myself for some time , or my interpretation of it anyway

your Videos where great .. really enjoyed your approach
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Old December 7 2010, 04:54 PM   #208
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Dennis,

This looks fantastic!
You really made this version of the Enterprise really beautiful.
Almost as good as the STTMP version.
It's a very graceful design, also.
My only quibbles with the model is that I remember a shot of the filming model for Phase II where there were docking ring ports on the sides of the secondary hull.
I know they don't appear in Matt Jefferies' drawings, but there is a shot of both the model and a shot of a larger model section of the secondary that was a detailed area of the secondary hull dock ring area.
And I remember the grille lines on the inverted "L" shape on the nacelles being more predominant.
I really like what you did with the titles and especially the rolling effect on the Star Trek logotype.

That aside, really makes me think that the Phase II series should've happened in place of the movies and STTMP, in particular.
Probably would've gotten a better deal story and character-wise than what was seen in the TOS movies.

Thanks for creating this.
It's wonderful!
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Old December 7 2010, 06:45 PM   #209
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Thanks.

The docking ports, with their pentagonal inner pattern, are there on this model - they're just below the "NCC-1701" on the sides of the secondary hull. They're just too small to be prominent in most images. They are to scale with the docking ports on Jefferies's drawings and with the enlarged partial model of the ship that was built at Brick Price for close-ups, though.
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Old December 11 2010, 10:02 PM   #210
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I like the pentagonal docking ports as being actually more futuristic. This design isan interesting post-refit design:
http://shipschematics.net/startrek/i...er_america.jpg

I'd actually like to see it with pentagonal ports. I think a similar Ships of Star Fleet entry had triangular Botanical bay windows. Now those might actually make for nice drone launcher doors for a military ship that would have the pentagonal ports. Many of you might be familiar with the ABBE class interceptor/missile boat. The impulse deck is very wide since the narrow hull of the ship splits it in two.

A good design for a post refit era ship might be to have the ABBE saucer on a 1701-A hull. Between the impulse exhaust, have aft firing dual torpedo decks but leave the saucer pylon unchanged. Pentagonal ports and triangular drone racks in place of the botanical section. Side view would largely be unchanged.

A nice surprise.
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