concept art and set photos!

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  1. Kruezerman

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    Looks like we're Makin progress here!
     
  2. Dukhat

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    If you look very closely, you'll see that the bridge module on that ship looks the same as the NX-01 bridge.
     
  3. saddestmoon

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    @ King Daniel Into Darkness :) No worries. Glad I could help.



    @ Kruezerman - sure are! :lol:



    @ Dukhat - Good observation! It could almost be a cross-between a Refit / Ent-A (Secondary Hull, Nacelles, struts), and the NX0-01 (Primary Saucer, bridge).

    Interesting... :)
     
  4. King Daniel Beyond

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  5. saddestmoon

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    ^^^ great infographics King Daniel! :)

    I'm wondering if the DB-5 designation stands for 'Docking Bay 5' perhaps, or something along those lines?
     
  6. trevanian

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    DB 5, huh? Is that a reference to Connery's Aston Martin from GOLDFINGER?
     
  7. King Daniel Beyond

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    Okay, HERE is my annotated, perspective-corrected composite of the "powerwall". It's huge.

    HERE is the plain version. Also huge.

    HERE is the early prototype version, with annotations.

    Enjoy!:) Feel free to point out any errors or omissions.

    Can anyone identify what's written below the screen of the Narada hangar and Jellyfish? It looks Welsh.
     
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  8. Chemahkuu

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    1024x372 is huge?
     
  9. King Daniel Beyond

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    Click the magifying glass in the corner. The annotated one is 5500x2000, 1.82MB. The plain one is 2227x1500, 1.38MB
     
  10. Chemahkuu

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    I did, that's how I got the 1024, they were 500 before that. Somethings not going right. :lol:
     
  11. M'Sharak

    M'Sharak Definitely Herbert. Maybe. Moderator

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    You might have to click the magnifying glass one more time.
     
  12. B.J.

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    I got the big version just fine. Nice work!
     
  13. King Daniel Beyond

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    I'm glad you like it (and that it works, I was cursing Photobucket for a second). It's got to be my all-time favourite Trek graphic. A million Trek nods and not one Buckaroo Banzai reference.
     
  14. Praetor

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    Fine work deconstructing and analyzing that, King. Ditto on the unmakin' the Makin.
     
  15. saddestmoon

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    Yeah - I concur: Great work King Daniel! :)
     
  16. Praetor

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    Suddenly had a thought: might DB-5 mean "Docking Bay Five" rather than refer to the name of the design?
     
  17. saddestmoon

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    ^^^ @ Praetor - Yep, that thought occured to me a few posts back as well... :lol:

    'great minds' and all that... :)
     
  18. Praetor

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    Galdarnit.

    Great minds, eh? :rommie:
     
  19. M'Sharak

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    That sounds like a good bet. (Besides, if it had been a James Bond reference, you'd have people grousing that the movie used a DB5 to show off Aston-Martin's newest model, while in the novel the chapter title was "Thoughts in a DB III".)
     
  20. saddestmoon

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    :lol:

    Interestingly, the designation next to the USS Enterprise appears to be VH-5 / VB-5 - so I'm not quite sure (if DB means Docking Bay) what this designation could mean...

    (Vehicle Bay 5, Vehicle Hanger 5???)

    The smaller constitutition class starship (the mini-connie) has what appears to be the designation: AF / AP, while the even smaller Excelsior starship has VB (?)

    The plot thickens...
     

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