Perimeter Action Group (PAG)

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Handyman, Jan 28, 2019.

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  1. Handyman

    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    I'm doing 3D modeling on the PAG ships.
    I did an Akyazi and just recently finished an Arbiter.
    Next is planned for an Akula.
    Playing with PSP now.
    You can see them here.

    Is anybody else fooling around with these ships?
     
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  2. Atolm

    Atolm Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    sweet :)
     
  3. Handyman

    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    I love the shield generator in the Arbiter.
    I see it as such.
    [​IMG]
     
  4. scifieric

    scifieric Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Cool! Never heard of Perimeter Action Group ships. Interesting!
     
  5. Handyman

    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    The USS Arbiter, registration NCC-1048
    I started this project after reading the book, Ships of the Star Fleet.
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    I acquired a 3D program and then started modeling the three, perimeter Action ships.
    The Akyazi, The Akitsu, NCC-1012 was the first vessel I built.
    The Arbiter was the second and I'm about ready to start the Akula next.
     
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    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    The Akitsu was a learning experience.
    [​IMG]
    It took forever to build and I was still learning how to use the software.
    The Arbiter was much faster as I'd become familiar with the software by then and I could use many of the Akitsu parts with minor or no modifications.
     
  7. Kaiser

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    Awesome :)
     
  8. Handyman

    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Being Capt of an Arbiter still requires excursions outside the ship.
    Garrett is shown here, outside the bridge shuttle lock equipped with an EVA suit, rebreather and thrustpack.
    [​IMG]
     
  9. Handyman

    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Kaiser:
    I have no clue what a "3DS code" is and I'm fairly certain that I don't have one to return to you.
    Sorry.
     
  10. Kaiser

    Kaiser Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    thats in my sig its for the Nintendo 3DS handheld system :)
     
  11. Handyman

    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Ahh.
    Cool
     
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  12. Handyman

    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    A diversion from the other drawings....
    A new USS Arbiter, engineering pod view.
    I still need to play with the lighting, tighten up the UV's and add some equipment.

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    Shown are the upper level, control deck with shield observation window, the lower level mechanics bay, the starboard pylon access doors and the emergency escape pod access doors.
    I'll tighten up the lighting and UV's next and then add a lift for deck access and mechanics after.
     
  13. Handyman

    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Working on the Impulse drive, fusion reactor.
    Engineering pod, USS Arbiter

    [​IMG]
     
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  15. BillJ

    BillJ History’s Greatest Monster Premium Member

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    Dressing women who are supposed to be professionals as sex objects is pretty fucking offensive.
     
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  16. Handyman

    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    LOL!!!
    That's funny Bill.
    1) These aren't "women". It's a cartoon drawing Bill, based on imagination.
    2) I'm not dressing them. I'm embellishing the drawing Bill. They don't get "dressed".
    3) Being that they aren't real, they can hardly be "professional" now can they Bill?
    4) Considering the drawings as "sex objects" is pretty weird Bill. Don't you think?
    5) Getting emotionally caught up to the point of being disgusted by a cartoon is also pretty weird Bill.

    Besides. I have it on good authority that the imaginary women in this imaginary world, wear these imaginary outfits for imaginary safety (no loose imaginary clothing getting caught in nasty, imaginary machinery) and for imaginary comfort (they're excellent thermal outfits even if imaginary).
    What have you drawn lately Bill?
     
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  17. Handyman

    Handyman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Odd don't you think, that out of all the really cool machinery in the picture, you focus on the "disgusting" women???
     
  18. Michael

    Michael In alignment with canon Moderator

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    Okay, I think we've seen and heard enough. Bye, thread! [​IMG]
     
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