Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by NCC-73515, Oct 8, 2022.
Yup. Designed around provoking an emotional response.
...how? No curve, no legs, no segmented exoskeleton...
E would've been nice. The Odyssey class was also used as the USS Verity in the PIC S1 Countdown comic already.
It's been over 6 months since that trailer was released, and it showed up in at least one more trailer already, so maybe the thread can be renamed now to say "The new Enterprise F"
Feel like having some fried Calamari now.
And a glass of Pinot Noir.
Which isn't canon.
It looks slightly similar to those designs, because it was designed to be from the same era as those ships, but it doesn't borrow anything directly from them.
And the Odyssey class doesn’t borrow anything directly from the Sovereign and the Intrepid classes either. Doesn’t change the fact that it looks like a hodgepodge of the two.
You have an odd definition of hodgepodge then. I don't see anything from either of those ships in the Odyssey, especially the Luna.
How does the Luna look anything like the sovereign?
Um, the saucer?
Do you know what ‘hodgepodge’ means?
the saucer is a different shape.. doesn't have smooth edges but hard angles.
We'll just have to agree to disagree.
It’s more a matter of not seeing what you don’t want to see.
I just don't understand why it's an issue if it is. Why wouldn't ships built around the same time look similar?
Sure it is. That is the purpose of art.
I’m not arguing about that. This conversation about the Luna looking like a cross between a Sovereign and an Akira came about because of a completely different discussion about why LDS chose to use Tourangeau’s design instead of making an original ship for the Titan.
I’m pretty sure there is no singular purpose of art.
Evoking a reaction can cover many aspects, so I am pretty sure evoking an emotional reaction can cover a lot of aspects of art.
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