Publiusr's Starship designs - LARGE IMAGES

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by publiusr, Nov 7, 2014.

  1. publiusr

    publiusr Vice Admiral Admiral

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    Here is a little of what I have been working on

    My first attempt was just a refit saucer atop Aridas Sophia's Balson:
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    I saw a wider saucer on the web and thought that balanced things out
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    Another attempt showing Balson, the refit, and the USS Elegance NCC-1979

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    Still another with the Octavius from a FASA site with taller nacelles
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    What if the Ariel were to lose its star-drive, and the saucer had to be salvaged?
    The side view isn't what I had in my mind--although I do like the over hang towards the rear of the saucer. The plan view is much better:
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    Several in a row...
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    From a FASA site (I had nothing to do with this one)
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    Some of you may be familiar with the DREADNAUGHT! from the novel of the same name. There is even a website with some line drawings on it.
    I thought it a bit too tall and comical--so had it squeezed:

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    Here, I modified a tool-kit saucer for a lean and hungry look. Those are supposed to be dual impulse decks--one to either side of the central (aft?) nacelle
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    Two fer. A simpler dreadnought and a re-draw an artist made of a Decker class with Devonshire nacelle mounts.
    This maybe? http://memory-beta.wikia.com/wiki/USS_Magellanic_Clouds
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    Excalibur STO attempts. Bits and pieces all over the web
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    Some original "art"

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    Phase II--I can't find this model--can anyone help?
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    Very close to Mike Minor's look from the underside
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  2. Kaiser

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    Re: Art that doesn't need its own thread

    Cool stuff :) Might be useful later
     
  3. Trekker4747

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    Re: Art that doesn't need its own thread

    Resizing images for people not viewing the website on a 40" TV, not just a good idea but a *REALLY* good idea.
     
  4. publiusr

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  5. Kaiser

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    Re: Art that doesn't need its own thread

    Awesome :)
     
  6. Ptrope

    Ptrope Agitator Admiral

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    Moved these from "Art That Doesn't Need Its Own Thread" because, at this size, they really DO need their own thread ;).

    Try to keep it under 1200px wide, please - if you need to show large images, use a thumbnail or scaled image with a link.
     
  7. publiusr

    publiusr Vice Admiral Admiral

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    Thanks for that. I'm not much past point and click.
     
  8. B.J.

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    You can scale these directly in imgur.
     
  9. publiusr

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  10. Kaiser

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    that Kelvin guy did a awesome job :)