Set blueprint exchange

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

  1. Disposable_Ensign

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    Can you link to it?
     
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    Is ti the original size? (so the scale will work)
     
  5. Redgeneral

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    @Disposable_Ensign Normally with blueprints, I use a known measurement and use that as a scale. In this case, the blueprint has the outline of Stage 17, so you can use the dimensions of that as a starting point. Stage 17 internal size is 186'-4" x 68'.
    All paramount stage sizes can be seen in this folder of the archive: http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15413552413378
     
  6. Disposable_Ensign

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    Whats across fromt eh right turbolift between the security office and the airlock? I cannot read it.
     
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  8. Disposable_Ensign

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    There is no kiosk there in the official promenade blueprints.
     
  9. Rekkert

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    It's the Jumja stick kiosk, it was only placed there when the plot needed it. Google and Wikis are your friends for stuff like this. :) https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Jumja_kiosk

    Also, official blueprints rarely get all the details right, which is why the work Redgeneral's doing archiving the construction and stage blueprints is so important.
     
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    These need to be built into dead malls
     
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  12. Disposable_Ensign

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    I can't buy it, but can anyone on here archive it at frogland? I mean buy it and then archive it there
     
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    Good catch!
     
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  15. Redgeneral

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    Nice spot on the additional image - I've uploaded it to the archive
    Ent-E Corridor / sickbay / engineering - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15415146270067/16155533918427


    Small correction to the archive. The Enterprise D gym had been mislabelled and lumped with the Nevala Research Station, but as now been renamed and moved to the correct folder.
    Second Chances GYM - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/15415373568479


    Also found some NX engineering on the Trekcore Generations DVD extras gallery (https://movies.trekcore.com/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=202&page=5)
    A - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15415263192749/16155538263191
    B - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15415263192749/16155538264110
    C - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15415263192749/16155538265491
    Low quality, but interesting.


    Klingon Hall of Heroes
    http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15415273288907/16155542643147
    We already had the full sheet of this, but this closeup has slightly easier to read numbers.
    Source: STAR TREK Enterprise Bridge Restoration twitter


    NX Bridge Port and Starboard bulkheads - monitor and graphics placement detail
    http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15415263192749/16155549883605
    Source: STAR TREK Enterprise Bridge Restoration twitter
     
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  16. Lt. Washburn

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    Nice finds!

    Oh wow, that's a GREAT new bridge blueprint. I've been frustrated for years with small, blurry examples that only showed certain things. Hopefully there's more where that came from!

    What is that "Enterprise Bridge Restoration" about? Does it have something to do with the set pieces owned by Martin Netter in Germany? He has a lot of the surviving bridge elements (Captain's chair, helm, T'Pol's console, outside wall panels, etc.)
     
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    The STAR TREK Enterprise Bridge Restoration (https://twitter.com/thenewstarship) is a group working on restoring the Star Trek Experience TNG bridge to pristine condition as part of a scifi museum. The museum should be opening sometime in 2021 in Los Angeles.
     
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    Ohh, okay I know of that. I was confused and thought Enterprise referred to the series.

    After looking at that bridge diagram, it appears that it's somewhat obsolete design superseded by the final appearance they went with, but it could still be pretty useful.
     
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