As stated in my Refit Enterprise Interiors thread, I'll be starting a new thread that will focus solely on any Klingon interiors, ships, or props that I make. Since my threads have grown to feature not only interiors, but also ship exteriors and highly-detailed props, I figured "Stuff" was more of a proper description for this thread rather than "Interiors" I've started doing some preliminary work on a real-time 3D build of the K'tinga-class bridge, as seen in TMP. I've always wanted to model this bridge, but waited until the desire to do so was at a peak. This will give me a chance to get more practice with grimy, smoky, dirty and worn atmospheres and aethetic, branching out from the brighter, clean, sterile Starfleet stuff I'm used to. For those that don't know, the set for the K'tinga class bridge went on to be redressed as the Enterprise photon torpedo bay in the next film (TWOK), and then recycled once again for use as the Klingon Bird-of-Prey bridge in TSFS*. Modeling the K'tinga bridge will give me the base models I need for depicting those other sets in the future. In addition, the K'tinga's helm/nav console (which sits directly behind the captain) was later recycled as the transporter console in both the Regula 1 transporter room (TWOK) and the Old City Station transporter room (TSFS), both of which I want to kitbash together one day out of my existing TWOK transporter room pieces. *An even more rare bit of trivia is that the set also appeared, almost unrecognizable, in the pilot episode of MacGyver, but I won't be modeling that version Anyway, here is a small lighting and material test, just to get a feel for how I need to paint the textures for the bridge. Keep in mind this doesn't have any atmospherics like haze/fog yet, and is just to give a general idea for how things look. (As always, you can click on any of my images to view them enlarged on my Flickr page, and once there then click them again to zoom in further) This is the aft wall of the bridge set, which you can see behind the three crewman behind the captain in this reference shot: And you can see this wall here next to the gunner stations: Many of you know, but these walls later went on to be featured in the Dilithium Reactor Room of the Enterprise's engineering set in TWOK, and were then recycled back into Klingon use for TVH. They later appeared in other Trek productions. Stay tuned for more! I'm excited about this project!