Schematics made with Vance's toolkit

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Sean_McCormick, Mar 10, 2008.

  1. admiralelm11

    admiralelm11 Commander Red Shirt

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    Loving the Shepherd, Knox, and Dastoor class ships. It's interesting what you can do with your computer, time, and patience. :drool::drool::drool::drool:
     
  2. orrad

    orrad Ensign Newbie

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    Thank you, but you forgot two more things. Photoshop and Vance's tool kit.

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  3. orrad

    orrad Ensign Newbie

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    Like the Knox Class I made a few modifications to the Exultant class. Again removing the “mega phasers” and replacing them with sensor pods.

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  4. Kaiser

    Kaiser Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Good Alternative to the USS Saratoga from the first DS9 ep :techman:
     
  5. BlenderFan

    BlenderFan Cadet Newbie

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    Hi all

    A Question (sorry for my bad englisch) can i use this concepts for 3D Modells? I use Blender.
     
  6. sojourner

    sojourner Admiral Admiral

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    Shouldn't be a problem, just try and credit the designers when possible.
     
  7. elShoggotho

    elShoggotho Cadet Newbie

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    I tried my hand with Vance's toolkit. The result is the Altair class cruiser, an ancestor of the Miranda class. This is the U.S.S. Altair in battlecruiser configuration, outfitted with heavy lasers and particle cannons. The year would be about 2245.

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  8. Kaiser

    Kaiser Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    looks good :)
     
  9. JES

    JES Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Sorry, but I think that the weapons units are mounted too high.
    They may give the weapons far more clearance than the Miranda, but from a tactical standpoint, they stand out even more as an inviting target, and they look aesthetically off-kilter.