Any "blueprints" of V'Ger set?

Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies I-X' started by Redfern, Jul 8, 2016.

  1. Redfern

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    Can anybody point me to some decent "elevation" or "plan" drawings of the V'ger "amphitheater" set? I've found some nice photos, one even revealing the scaffolding that supported the structure, but the only illustrations I've "Googled" are early, artistic, conceptual drawings, like the ones depicting the probe half "sunk" into the alien machinery.

    I'd like to digitally model the "core" and maybe share it with the 3D community if I can get it reasonably accurate. The photos reveal it consisted of 9 repeated sections (rather than 8 as I originally thought), each a duplicate of one another. Diagrams would help me get the proportions more on target.

    Any feedback will be appreciated. Thanks!
     
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  2. camerlengo biggles

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    There's a thread over in Trek Art about set blueprints. Most of the stuff turning up in there seems to be Berman-era blueprints that have found their way onto eBay and other auction sites, but you might have some luck.
     
  3. Redfern

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    Good suggestion. However, reading through 31 pages, the only references starting with the letter "V" were for the series "Voyager" as opposed the "upgraded" space probe from the first motion picture.

    I did, however, post an entry, asking if anyone knew of any drawings , preferably a "cross section" cut diagram that would show the angle of the inclined walls and the relative height of the columns surrounding the greeblie festooned "amphitheater".
     
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