Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Atolm, Jan 19, 2020.
Aye this ship is indeed larger...the tail section is detachable as a separate vessel.
^^ Sneaky sneaky..
Aye...Very much so...lol
I'll refrain from replying to every post you've made in the Fan Art forum like some fan boy, but I'll just say that I've seen your Trek designs around the net for years and greatly enjoy what you've done. It adheres to the Star Trek aesthetic, but you're not afraid to throw the Roddenberry rules out the window and put the nacelles before the bridge, so to speak.
I hope to build a few of your designs now that I've jumped into this 3d printing thing. I'll post what I've done, but I'm not the quickest builder.
Just wanted to finally reach out and thank you for sharing all the work you've done. I appreciate it!
Hey thanks mate. That truly means a lot. I look forward to seeing what you come up with, please keep me in the loop
Atolm doesn't follow rules.. rules follow Atolm!
I put a link to my model in the "One Big Happy Fleet" thread. It's small, but it's a start.
Is the aft hollow? As in: could the back side of the head contain a shuttlebay with free access outside?
the Ventral aft is hollow, but the overall shape is analogous to a half bowl/dome. But being a warbird, there is a lot of room to move around within the dome.
Nice work as always, @Atolm
How would this scale with the D'deridex Warbird from TNG?
Thanks! I scale her at 821m long
Ori like…more views please
I see the fashion designer of the empire is at it again.. Cool ship dude!
Not very much like at all...I would compare them again
Here is a Dorsal:
T'Rellus-Class Prefect Ship:
This is a Romulan starship that is given to Prefects who govern whole sectors of the Imperium. If you look closely, you can make out that this ship would look a lot like the Romulan insignia, as there are two spheres, representing Romulus and Remus. I hope to have the time to further develop this concept.
This one seems to carry an egg.. or that's maybe a really large graviton bomb.
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