Vance's Schematics IV

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Vance, Mar 31, 2008.

  1. Sean_McCormick

    Sean_McCormick Captain Captain

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    Well, not rhat obvious. After all, i needed.. weeks to notice it. ;). But, seriously, i always miss or forget something when uploading a pic. I usually notice it, when the post loads the first time in the thread.

    And love the Warspite.
     
  2. Kaiser

    Kaiser Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    True that that why im taking my time with the design im working on might be done before the 10th and with the new Tool Kit it'll look somewhat awsome

    and i like your version of the TOS Northhapton but in a fight id rather go with
    Sean_McCormick's Southhapton. Cant wait for more TNG designs or a TNG tool kit so i can finally gring some of my designs on that link in sig to better life :) and if you or anyone else what to do my designs that look kinda TOS or TMP or TNG go ahead im surprised no-one has done so already.
     
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  3. therealfoxbat

    therealfoxbat Commander Red Shirt

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    You're right. It wasn't that obvious. I didn't notice it until I checked the TMP versions of Kearsarge and Chicago to find out if they have the same kind of impulse engine mounts as TMP Napoleon, MacArthur and Van Maanen. Kearsarge and Chicago could just as easily have a more narrow impulse mount (especially with the warp engine mount sticking up out of it). I just wanted to know one way or the other...
     
  4. smiley9206

    smiley9206 Ensign Red Shirt

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    Vance, great work on all the designs you have put out. I have seen where you got a few designs from Jackill as well as having used some of the old FASA designs. Where do the others come from, they completely your idea or are you like any good EMT and will take help from where you can find it? LOL
     
  5. Vance

    Vance Vice Admiral In Memoriam

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    Um Al Maradim class DE
    Based on a Gizmondo Stingray Variant

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  6. Kaiser

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    Nice Schematic there :)

    hmmm have you done the Stingray yet?
     
  7. Vance

    Vance Vice Admiral In Memoriam

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    Istqlal class DD
    Based on a Gizmondo Stingray Variant

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  8. 137th Gebirg

    137th Gebirg Vice Admiral Premium Member

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    I'm continuing to really enjoy your stuff Neale. Definitely not the usual kit-bash junk I've seen out there. It's clear that lots of thought and effort went into these designs. Sean's stuff is excellent too. Look forward to seeing more.
     
  9. Kaiser

    Kaiser Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    I severaly agreeith with 137th Gebirg :):drool::techman:
     
  10. Vance

    Vance Vice Admiral In Memoriam

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    Stingray Class Cruiser
    Based on the Gizmondo Miniature

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  11. Kaiser

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    Awsome!! All the versions of the Stingray Class done by Vance! :) :techman:
     
  12. Vance

    Vance Vice Admiral In Memoriam

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    The 'default' Stringray require a little more work due to the paired nacelles, so it came third. But it's up now. :)
     
  13. Vance

    Vance Vice Admiral In Memoriam

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    I'm trying to get all the official and published ships in, which is actually a lot harder than I originally thought. FASA has a huge array of ships, most of which aren't really done all that well (good ideas, but rushed, as Dana Knutson admitted to me ages ago). LUG described ships and gave no art, etc...

    From there it's a matter of which 'fanon' got exposure, either through print or through miniatures (such as the Stingray series), then whatever requests can be fit in, and so on.
     
  14. Vance

    Vance Vice Admiral In Memoriam

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    Inttisar Class FE
    Based on a Stingray Variant

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  15. Kaiser

    Kaiser Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Another good one :techman:

    and i was going to make a sig banner using your font but Darn... There not allowed here :( oh well...
     
  16. Vance

    Vance Vice Admiral In Memoriam

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    Al Salemi Class FF
    Based on a Stingray Variant

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  17. Vance

    Vance Vice Admiral In Memoriam

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    Dastoor Class "Scrapyard" Cruiser
    Based on a request for a "TMP New Orleans" class

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  18. Vance

    Vance Vice Admiral In Memoriam

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    Antar Class Fast Escort
    Based on a Stingray Variant

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  19. darkwing_duck1

    darkwing_duck1 Vice Admiral

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    One problem: the pylon for the port "pod" should obscure the back slope of the upper saucer section in the profile view, shouldn't it?
     
  20. ST-One

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    Not to degrade the artistry involved in creating these, but some of these designs are really ugly.