DISCOVERY CLASS SCOUT

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by SR71ALPHA, Sep 27, 2011.

  1. SR71ALPHA

    SR71ALPHA Cadet Newbie

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    Have we all played StarTrek Legacy on PC and Xbox360? Well here's my designs based of the 22nd Starship. I design the same ship and brought it forward into the 23rd Century for service. If you want please check my work here- http://www.the-blueprints.com/gallery/show/8774/new_23rd_cenutry_starships_(starfleet)/home/

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    The line drawing of the Discovery below was the 22nd Century scout from StarTrek Legacy. My design above it was created on Photoshop CS2.

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    The USS DISCOVERY is a fast little ship in the fleet, also I refitted her to make her more intresting.

    Design and Photoshopped (c) SR71ALPHA
     
  2. Ghost_Opera

    Ghost_Opera Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    Wait, what?
    looks good.
     
  3. Forbin

    Forbin Admiral Admiral

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    I said out, dammit!
    Haven't played it, but I like the design.
     
  4. Kaiser

    Kaiser Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Good to see ya here SR71ALPHA :)

    tis a good design work there :) :techman:
     
  5. Albertese

    Albertese Commodore Commodore

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    Nice. I like the not-quite-a-connie engine nacelles.

    --Alex
     
  6. sojourner

    sojourner Admiral Admiral

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    Neat designs, do you have any top views?
     
  7. Trelane

    Trelane Lieutenant Commander

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    I'd like to see a Front view, to see the deflector and maybe a mock-up of the MSD and/or a Bridge layout/schematic. Love the side view, by the way.
     
  8. publiusr

    publiusr Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Very nicely done--harks back a bit to the Lief Erikson.
     

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