Donny's Refit Enterprise Interiors (Version 2.0)

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Donny, Dec 11, 2018.

  1. Norsehound

    Norsehound Captain Captain

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    As an aside, I'm soooo grateful these reference photos exist to show us the standard K't'inga. The poor model is never going back to this, probably forever sitting in it's Kronos One / Kang's Battlecruiser configuration.
     
  2. Maurice

    Maurice Fact Trekker Premium Member

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    The stuff in the Peel Off Graphics Book is not always identical to the film, as there were variations done throughout. I suspect some were altered for the book. Never been able to get hold of Lee Cole despite many attempts so no definitive answer there.

    But if they meant that specific sticker, sure, it's not in the movie AFAIK.

    @Tallguy, I sometimes get things wrong, but I'm the first one to mea culpa if I do. In fact, as soon as I posted that message about the Klingon insignia I realized I'd typed "first shot" instead of "first shot of the Klingons", and technically the second shot in the film, so I fixed it.

    On our FACT TREK feed we even have a # for it FACT_TREK_CORRECTION.
     
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  3. Tallguy

    Tallguy Commodore Commodore

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    I expected no less. :D
     
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  4. Donny

    Donny Commodore Commodore

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    Regarding the modifications of the travel pod between TMP and TVH, Memory Alpha sheds some light that Richard Taylor hated the original design:
     
  5. Tomalak

    Tomalak Vice Admiral Admiral

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    Until today I was blissfully unaware of that Travel Pod hatchet-job. Now I'll never be able to unsee it, even thought it can't actually be seen.

    I'll know it was there. :wah:
     
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  6. cardinal biggles

    cardinal biggles Patron Saint of Dangerous Driving Premium Member

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    BUT HOW DO THEY GET OUT? RIDDLE ME THAT, RICHARD. :p
     
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  7. Christopher

    Christopher Writer Admiral

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    Transporters?
     
  8. Mytran

    Mytran Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Ceiling hatch?
     
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  9. Ryan Thomas Riddle

    Ryan Thomas Riddle Writer and occasional starship commander Premium Member

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    In-board transporter.
     
  10. Nightowl1701

    Nightowl1701 Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    In which case, why even bother with a travel pod? Just beam straight to the ship or, if you must go sightseeing, use a standard shuttlecraft.
     
  11. Maurice

    Maurice Fact Trekker Premium Member

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    There is one.
     
  12. Tomalak

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    It's got a big window! Maybe they're like pick-up
    trucks for EVAs, with an internal forcefield acting as an airlock.
     
  13. Ryan Thomas Riddle

    Ryan Thomas Riddle Writer and occasional starship commander Premium Member

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    So we can get pretty starship reveals, of course. :nyah:
     
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  14. K1productions

    K1productions Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Does anyone have any info at all on this binder with these images? Or perhaps anywhere that more of them may appear at? These are the most super rare console graphics in Trek history I feel, and the LCARSaphile in me would give almost anything to get my hands on them. I have made a recreation of the Communications station before, but I can already see that there are some button layouts I got wrong. Plus, those Klingon graphics <3
    https://www.deviantart.com/keiichi-k1/art/Communications-Station-117913170
     
  15. cardinal biggles

    cardinal biggles Patron Saint of Dangerous Driving Premium Member

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    @JoeRalat won the auction for that binder, IIRC.
     
  16. K1productions

    K1productions Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    well... crap....
    Me and Joe had a bit of a falling out over the whole fanfilm thing. And just because of that, I don't think he would give me the time of day, much less share his Okudagram stash.
     
  17. Donny

    Donny Commodore Commodore

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    I haven't been posting shots of the travel pod, but I've been working behind the scenes! I have an extra-long weekend coming up (Fri-Mon) so I imagine I'll be getting a ton of work done, possibly finishing up the exterior. Stay tuned!
     
  18. Tallguy

    Tallguy Commodore Commodore

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    Will it be available at cargo 6?
     
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  19. Christopher

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    Car go 6, car get ticket for holding up traffic.
     
  20. Redfern

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    *Snicker* You've reminded me how I misunderstood that "PA" voice. For several years, watching the edition that aired on HBO in the early 80s, I found myself scratching my head over the seeming gibberish, "Pay cure bee quad." Maybe I was just incredibly "dense"; maybe the audio mix for that copy was just a bit off. Upon watching on VHS, maybe the DVD (before the "Director's Cut"), I finally realized that disembodied voice was saying, "Pressure equalized," in response to a successful docking.

    D'OH!!!
     
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