Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Redgeneral, May 10, 2014.
Please pass on our thanks to this anonymous hero!
Photo 01 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16641275122639
Photo 02 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16641275134064
A huge, HUGE, thank you to whomever you are, these resources are a godsend to those of us wishing to recreate these sets.
A huge thanks to this anonymous hero!
@Redgeneral, I checked out your blueprint for the K-arch to see if and where it differed. I see that the above plan does have slightly different dims. Do you think they built them to these numbers, or do you have reason to think your version is closer? If the former, do you think this will improve your camera-matched models? They already looked very accurate to me.
I've just just put the new arch dimensions in a camera match - so far it looks good. The camera match is slightly tweaked over the previous version I posted.
One of the inset panels needs altering (marked with dotted line), and the corner rounding still needs to be tested. I suspect the corner rounding values may be different though.
You'll also find since the blueprint is mentioned as "airlock", it'll most likely be from 11001001 when they attached the airlock door to the side of the engineering set. Not the K-beam blueprint for the rest of the corridors. Angles are probably the same though.
The airlock in 11001001 was round
The K-arch doorframe was created for TMP Engineering (with a different door to TNG).
Interesting! I always thought
This image shows the carpet with the hexagonal patches
The image above doesn't seem to be showing. I've found some other shots of the hexagonal patches
Trekcore screencap gallery of season 1 TNG Blu-ray feature
Yeah. And those images also show the original tambour paneling on the side walls. But what I didn't know until these blueprints is that they were meant to also open like tambour doors and hid some kind of cabinet or equipment bays behind. Does anyone know if they intended anything other than the types of circuitry that we saw later in the series when the panels were open? Like when the Bynars were working on them?
Oh, and those carpet panels seem like they're the same pattern, though not the color, as used at the top of the ready room walls. That's also called out on the plans. I haven't had any luck searching online for the names they referred to it as.
If you look at 11001001, the airlock was set into a kbeam frame: https://tng.trekcore.com/hd/albums/1x15/11001001_hd_055.jpg
It's possible it's for the TMP door too, hard to say. Hell, the TMP door frame was probably reused _for_ the 11001001 episode segment.
Hel, it might have even been to fit the jaws of life doors into the engineering set segment. https://tng.trekcore.com/hd/albums/1x15/11001001_hd_265.jpg
There's just too many places whre the frame was used that were "non standard" compared to the standard TNG stage 9 door, so i'm simply saying the angles may be fine but the width can be variable depending on where it came from
ooohh I was looking for an angle showing that last one, there is an image of Probert in front of one of those doors somewhere and it was a good image, but I can't find it anywhere now.
@Count I completely missed that the round airlock was within the k-beam fame. I will check the widths at each location - one example is that the corridor alcove has a more narrow version.
Found the image on my hard drive and uploaded - http://frogland.co.uk/redgeneral/forum_images/probertdoor.jpg
Also in the top right you can see the frame extends beyond the ceiling panels.
Yep, that's the one!
Just uploaded the last of my own collection. My previous scans used a small desktop pc scanner, requiring about twelve images to then be stitched together afterwards. This time round, a new scanning shop opened up so now it was so much easier.
Ops floorplan - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444639985461/16653134836103
Ops Transporter 01 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444639985461/16653138286391
Ops Transporter 02 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444639985461/16653141499132
Quarks Door - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444639985461/16653143719816
Recreation room (labelled "as built") - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444817226489/16653128078505
Those are great, thanks!
Some more blueprints from our anonymous donor
TNG Bridge Viewscreen alterations
View 1 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556568470
View 2 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556262378
K-arch frame (scan of item photographed before)
Enterprise D model and graphics
Enterprise D 01 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556916607
Enterprise D 02 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556906361
Enterprise D 03 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556896137
Enterprise D 04 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556885956
Enterprise D 05 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556880835
Enterprise D 06 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556609408
Enterprise D 07 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556604311
Enterprise D 08 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556599172
Enterprise D 09 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444734874999/16657556589142
Galileo type Shuttle and graphics (ST:V)
Galileo 01 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444658681181/16657566193331
Galileo 02 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444658681181/16657566496151
Galileo 03 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444658681181/16657566190449
Galileo 04 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444658681181/16657566188189
Galileo 05 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444658681181/16657566185405
Galileo 06 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444658681181/16657566182352
Galileo 07 - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444658681181/16657566179246
Type 7 (TNG series 1 shuttle)
Type 7 A - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444658681181/16657569307535
Type 7 B - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444658681181/16657569300155
Type 7 C - http://archive.frogland.co.uk/#15444658681181/16657569293770
Those E-D decal callouts are really cool. Something interesting I noticed: The nacelle pylons look very different on this top view than any other I've ever seen before.
Here's a comparison between the one that was just posted and the one that comes from the official Sternbach blueprints (1996) that has become the de-facto baseline for the Galaxy-class design:
The discrepancy is quite stunning. I think I kind of like the first design better than what they settled on, if I'm honest...
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