Up close photos of the Picard Museum props

Discussion in 'Future of Trek' started by Tuskin38, Aug 12, 2019.

  1. DaveyNY

    DaveyNY Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Um Yeah, that's pretty much what I was saying. (sarcastically)

    Though that shot of Picard & Crew on what is apparently the ships bridge, makes it look perhaps a
    'tad bit bigger' than a shuttlecraft or even a runabout.

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    I'm using /sarcasm again ... for those who apparently don't get the gist of my posts
     
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  2. Dukhat

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    There was no trace of sarcasm in your reply whatsoever. If you find it a recurring problem that we “don’t get your posts,” then perhaps the problem isn’t with us.
     
  3. DaveyNY

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    Heh...
    Yer to easy to bait.

    Not worth getting into a pizzin' match over something so trivial.
    You WIN!
    :rofl:
     
  4. Dukhat

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    Baiting people in order to start arguments is against the rules of the site.
     
  5. King Daniel Beyond

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    I suspect that is the ship. Controls at the front, cargo at the back. All in one open deck. A shipping crate with warp nacelles.
     
  6. Timo

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    ...Although, given the concept of this being Picard's Posse with interestingly incompatible personalities, the set is likely to provide nooks and crannies for one-on-one or one-on-two discussions, spats and kisses. Probably through the use of cabins and corridors to the sides of this apparent upper level, possibly even behind each and every one of those support beams.

    Timo Saloniemi
     
  7. Lord Garth

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    The only problem -- and maybe it's not a problem -- is: if that's the whole ship, then there's no quarters or other areas for them to go to. So, whenever we see the inside of the ship, they'd all have to be visually accounted for at all times.

    Then there's sleeping, personal privacy (or lack thereof), and overlapping conversations in opposite corners of the ship.

    They'd get to know more about each other than they'd probably want to. And we might also end up seeing more than we need because it doesn't make sense to happen anywhere else.
     
  8. DaveyNY

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    Either that or it could be that there is a lower deck which houses all the passenger amenities.
    You can see a pair of railings directly behind the guy flying the ship, so it appears to be an open area that runs at least part of the way toward the rear.
    There might be a stairway/gangway down, directly behind him.
     
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