Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by sojourner, Oct 2, 2008.
Is this something you found? Or is it your work? If it's something you're working on you should make your own thread in the forum for it.
I meant to post it in another thread; but apparently I am not allowed to edit/delete my own posts. sorry.
Nice art here
A nice Klingon design
I found this one on there
But does anyone have the "Appendices" as there are some stuff i would like to see.
Could you be more specific? There are many sections, that are all text, histories tables and regulations. Way too much for me to scan anytime soon. If there was a particular section/chapter you want I might be able to make the time to do it. But your best bet is probably to do as I have; patiently/aggressively search eBay until it comes up at a low price; Buy It Now or auction.
It was another member on here that brought this manual to my attention as I have been replicating star trek logos for my own site.
He mentioned that there was an additional appendices that showed some insignia, which did not appear in the published list on cygnus x1.
The FJ Technical Manual had an amusing but sometimes confusing conceit: It comes from a data dump that happened during Tomorrow is Yesterday. So even though there is a page of the "Table of Contents" (or index or whatever it's called) the book doesn't actually include all of those pages because they were not part of the data dump. Cute, yes?
a novel way of explaining away the lack of said pages
The listing on Cygnus seemed fairly thorough. Though if I find some images that were not scanned, I will make note of them and -eventually- scan them myself.
Cheers Commodore Savour.
As for your site, blueprints were something i knew or cared little about but fair play, you have done an excellent job on the site and the volume of stuff which I have no doubt many are grateful for.
I know I am.
MY site? I don't believe I have one listed as of yet; I should see what the states of my Yahoo! groups and tripod sites are...
If you are referring to www.cygnus-x1.net, that belongs (I am fairly certain) to Jag2112/John Patuto.
I too have frequented his site, which is amazing, and found much new inspiration; for my own work, gaming and stories I hope to tell!
My mistake, I wrongly presumed cygnus x1 was yours, but does not change his site has a pretty vast selection
New designs here:
Not a blueprint--but here is some art to die for.
Regular Dyson sphere:
The Dyson Megasphere:
Gary Kerr has done work on bridge modules:
http://federationreference.prophpbb.com/topic1560.html other blueprints in his 50-for-50 sections
The Galactica seems to be up for auction:
Huh. The BSG Flat-top has nacelles from a Galileo 7. Never noticed that, before. Not that I would've, I'm most familiar with the nuBSG version, and the remake version of the Flat-top is considerably different from the original model.
The photos of the BSG and Buck Rogers models are fantastic. Looks like almost everything from BR except for The Searcher.
Draconia alone is to die for
Maybe inspired the Ferengi
Here is what a deep space probe may look like (scroll down for probe):
Here is what a manned EM-drive ship may look like:
Nice, but not blueplrints.
We're straying from the intent of the thread.
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