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3DValkyrie013's Various models and doo dads..



  • ChiefBrexChiefBrex255 North CarolinaPosts: 110Member
    Man, your meshes look great! What's the poly count like on your designs? Making me think I'm being way too conservative with my polies...
  • VALKYRIE013VALKYRIE013454 Posts: 1,447Member
    edited February 10 #93
    I usually work on a miserable underpowered computer, and mostly for 3d print, so I optimize as often as I can, so a whole ship usually doesn't crack 200,000 poly's Usually quite less. But some detail gets a bit elementary where a person like Mark, or Koi would spend 50,000 polies on a greeble.. :)
    But this one is a beast.. :)
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  • ChiefBrexChiefBrex255 North CarolinaPosts: 110Member
    Geeeeez. My models pale in comparison then. My DSC/TOS right now is only about 24k - 25k
  • VALKYRIE013VALKYRIE013454 Posts: 1,447Member
    So, a bit of a break from Trek, Was trying to make a sabre class, and a refit voyager, but just kept spinning my wheels on ideas, so went to SW for a break, and found this ship interesting. Sadly theres like maybe 2 pictures, so alot of wiggle room, but I think I kept it true to Star Wars.

    So without adue..


  • VALKYRIE013VALKYRIE013454 Posts: 1,447Member
    edited October 5 #96
    Wow.. 7 months? Need to visit more often.. sheesh.

    Okay, today working on the Alaska Class. Been meaning to do this ship, had a couple of false starts, but after seeing Atolm do his 3 view, I got motivated.

    Now, I'm mostly following the original orthos, but the side, top, front don't match up worth nuthin as many know. So used Atolm's 3 view as a basis to see better.
    So my own "Version" of it. Mostly just feeling out the ship, adding what I think is cool, haven't really touched the front of the engineering hull, so kind of ignore that.
    Put in my Ingram nacelles as a place holder, as the blueprints do have them as it. but will update them in the end.

    So without further Ado.

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  • VALKYRIE013VALKYRIE013454 Posts: 1,447Member
    I had a brain freeze on the Engineering hull of hte Alaska, so switched to another ship I was having a brain freeze on! Woo!

    So since last time, some more detail works, window placements, added a small shuttle bay at the back of the saucer, maybe change that latter. we'll see.

    Doing the engineering hull like the Enterprise E, most stuff is actually the E-E inspired,

    So, without further ado!

  • VALKYRIE013VALKYRIE013454 Posts: 1,447Member
    Some more progress.
    some heres and theres, mainly figuring out lifeboats, phasers, and window placements.

    So without further ado.

  • paulbhartzogpaulbhartzog178 Posts: 18Member
    That Emmett Till is just sweet. More !
  • publiusrpubliusr292 Posts: 1,438Member
    edited October 18 #100
    I like the quad nacelles thin and almost touching.

    I could see a larger design with the lower main secondary hull with a deep “chest” and a single shuttlebay connected to the lower nacelle pair…pylons rising up.

    There would be a triangular tertiary hull…wedge shaped with a thin pylon connecting it to the saucer. It has its own bridge atop an All Good Things superphaser in its wedge front…and wide shuttlebay space to the rear. This has pylons that reach down to the upper nacelle pair.

    A Federation Warbird.
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  • RekkertRekkert2583 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,150Member
    I love what you're doing with the Emmett Till design, great interpretation of the concept!
    For my finished Trek bridges and other works of mine, visit my portfolio
    Feel free to contact me if you're interested in commissions!​
  • VALKYRIE013VALKYRIE013454 Posts: 1,447Member

    Few more details, Major change was the pylons, changed the 45 degree straight pylons to curved Ent D ish pylons going into the nacelles.
    I don't like the shuttle bay at the back of the saucer, I mean it has a tail bay, and a front of saucer bay, but I have no idea what to put in that area... Decisions decisions..
    More latter!


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