Set blueprint exchange

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Redgeneral, May 10, 2014.

  1. PixelMagic

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    Forgive me if this has been covered, but are there detailed blueprints of the floor layout of JJ Abrams' 1701 bridge? I've seen the small one, but it's hard to make out details. I'd like to build a 3d model of the bridge layout, but accurate references are hard to come by.
     
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  2. Redgeneral

    Redgeneral Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Sorry for not being on the forum recently - life's been a bit hectic for me the last few weeks

    Count - I've now added the quarter's layout to the TNG flickr album

    Joel - a good find, but we already have this one in the flickr archive - https://www.flickr.com/photos/99878876@N02/25804343756/

    PixelMagic - Sorry, but we don't have any floor plans of the JJ bridge, but we do have the bridge helm, a bridge standing station, and Kirk's Captain Chair
    Reboot plan album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/99878876@N02/albums/72157644596839965

    I've recently found a couple of plans online
    Pakled Torpedo (flickr links)
    Torpedo 1
    Torpedo 2
    Torpedo 3
    Torpedo 4
    Source: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/533332747/2-star-trek-tng-photon-torpedo-set?ref=shop_home_active_3

    Surata IV planet set for Shades of grey (flickr links)
    Grey 1
    Grey 2
    Grey 3
    Grey 4
    Grey 5
    Source: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/531...t-blueprint-epi-shades?ref=shop_home_active_4

    Interestingly it refers to the Pakled sets as "Mondor Bridge / Weapons Bay"

    Voyager corridor blueprint progress update:
    Last time I posted about the development 3D model, it was just some floors, walls and arches - little detail. We now have finalised arches, stuff between the arches, ceiling panels, wall panels, interface panels, doorways, etc.

    Engineering corridor
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    Holodeck corridor
    - Just need to add the holodeck control panel, and a ceiling section after I check a length
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    Transporter corridor
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    I've just started on the curved corridor sections, but to make sure the curve is correct, I've had to build floor plan objects of the rooms that connect onto the corridor. The Sickbay and quarters were simple enough, but the Engineering Room was more challenging. It's unique shape would have a knock on effect on the alcove, so I built more than just the floor plan until was satisfied that the numbers were right.

    Engineering Room
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    To do:
    Finish off holodeck corridor
    Alcove + Intersection (in progress)
    From Intersection to Engineering corridor
    From holodeck corridor to Intersection
    Blueprint everything

    Still a very long way to go...
     
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  3. 137th Gebirg

    137th Gebirg Vice Admiral Premium Member

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    Very nice! I love the look of these layouts. Reminds me of the old Virtus Walkhrough software that I used to work with years ago on my Mac. Fond memories associated with that. :)
     
  4. batboy853

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    can't wait for these! :hugegrin:
     
  5. Lt. Washburn

    Lt. Washburn Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    These are incredible!
     
  6. Star Trek Apolgist

    Star Trek Apolgist Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    Love your post but you are going to want to see this one.

    https://www.astromart.com/classifieds/details.asp?classified_id=945597
    Hathaway Engineering it is an ad to sell the blueprints so you will want to download the images quick.

    I love the blueprints you made, I really want to make the props of the Enterprise A the last surviving ship of Captain Kirk. I really want to make a mock up of the engineering of Star Trek 5. I'd love it if you could break those down like you have with the Enterprise D sets. Forward observation would be a good second.
     
  7. JoeRalat

    JoeRalat Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Bought that print!
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  8. Redgeneral

    Redgeneral Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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  9. JoeRalat

    JoeRalat Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Nice, some info is off
     
  10. Redgeneral

    Redgeneral Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    JoeRalat - could you show where I've made errors and what numbers they should be. Thank you
     
  11. Star Trek Apolgist

    Star Trek Apolgist Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    Red I am not sure how trust worthy this blueprint is because while they look real they do not match well with what we see on screen. Maybe an early draft or changes made by the set designer?
     
  12. Star Trek Apolgist

    Star Trek Apolgist Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    Still awesome stuff, some of the Enterprise A sets are just remodels of the TNG sets. I kind of want to build the ST5 engineering because I am working under the assumption that they both exist on the Enterprise in 5 and 6 as different parts of engineering. The ST5 set is just the lower more technical area. The ST 5 set is also multi use as Jefferies Tubes.
     
  13. Count

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    I love the battle bridge plan. It gives the clearest layout for the battle bridge ready Room we've seen so far.
     
  14. King Daniel Beyond

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    Lora Johnson postulated the engineering corridor seen in STV as being just off the reused TNG engineering set in her unreleased NCC-1701-A blueprints/Mr Scott's Guide update. I think there are samples showing where it fits in this thread.
     
  15. The Librarian

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    I was browsing your Flickr album when I saw this. I think it's pretty clear now this blueprint is for the Shenzhou transporter room.
     
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  16. batboy853

    batboy853 Commander Red Shirt

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    I'd have to disagree, it looks like the bridge to me...
     
  17. batboy853

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    I'd have to disagree, looks like the bridge to me.

    Which engineering set are you guys talking about? They reused the TNG set for both.
     
  18. David cgc

    David cgc Vice Admiral Premium Member

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    I think they're talking about the brief scene near the beginning of TFF just as they're leaving, when Kirk calls down to Scotty from the bridge and he says they'll get to the hostages first even if he has to get out and push. It's pretty clearly just the end of the Jeffries Tube set from later in the movie with a bunch of consoles and computer banks moved in to make it look a bit different.
     
  19. Star Trek Apolgist

    Star Trek Apolgist Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    As David said I am talking about the Star Trek 5 set I feel that both engineering sets are on the Enterprise A.
     
  20. Star Trek Apolgist

    Star Trek Apolgist Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    King Daniel, I did a couple videos replying to your Imponderables on my Star Trek Apologist Channel.