Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by biotech, Sep 9, 2007.
I've lowered those now, thanks for spotting that!
Early days for the cockpit as you can tell.
Thanks for all of your hard work and good luck with the course. Keep on Trekkin! :thumbsup:
The course is going to be tough, as a lot relies on memory, which is one thing I cant count on, plus its in a really rough area of town and its dark nights now.
I'm not going to be looking forward to my Tuesday nights for a while now.
Sorry guys, I havent done any work on this runabout while I have been doing my Constellation class.
Ya know, my main quibble with this, as presented, is how thin the hull is (and most significantly, how thin the floor is). I'd like it much more if the floor had some actual STRUCTURE to it, plus room for gravity generator hardware, conduits, etc. It's just too think for me to be able to accept it as it is here.
Personal opinion and all that... and it IS your project. But I'm uneasy with that aspect of this.
I'm just going with the fine star trek tradition of there not being enough room inside the shuttles for the interior sets.
Starfleet constructs all shuttles using the principles of hammerspace.
They "acquired" a "dimensional stabilizer" and learned to replicate it with a certain percentile effectiveness. The research team for the Jupiter II apparently had greater success.
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