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3DU.S.S. Asclepius

shaved_apeshaved_ape366 USAPosts: 152Member
It's been a while since I graced this site, so I thought I would reveal my current project, which I've been pretty upbeat about. Interiors seem to be my forte, and I find it difficult treading outside my comfort zone, so the following renders are a decent sampling of my latest endeavor.

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The Asclepius falls within the era of Voyager, hence much of the design styling, but I've made some improvements and/or design evolution to common elements. The vessel class is a medical ship, not too dissimilar to the likes of the Olympic Class, and it's primary purpose is to render aid on a large scale, or supplement combat groups in battle.
darkthunderLoopholeLeoBerlinRekkertashleytingerBolianAdmiralFreakMadKoiFishjapetusLizzy777and 1 other.

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  • LoopholeLoophole32 Posts: 49Member
    Yep, I'm definitely getting Voyager vibes, especially in that sickbay. Any plans for an exterior (ship design) later on, or is this purely going to be an interior?
    Standing among giants
  • shaved_apeshaved_ape366 USAPosts: 152Member
    Loophole wrote: »
    Yep, I'm definitely getting Voyager vibes, especially in that sickbay. Any plans for an exterior (ship design) later on, or is this purely going to be an interior?

    I won't lie, I wish my exterior talents were half as good as my interiors, so to answer your question, yes interiors for now. Those vibes aren't unfounded though, I've been watching a lot of Voyager recently, and I think my idea was born from that. We don't get a lot of hospital ships thrown about in the Star Trek world, at least not from a modelling standpoint, so when I get more room spaces modelled, I'll have to try my hand at a proper cutaway to get a sense of room arrangements and such. I don't know, maybe I'll try to throw together an exterior model, just to get a sense of where my interiors come into play, but I'm not committing to that until I get more interior content completed.
  • RekkertRekkert2744 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,177Member
    Very cool looking! The color scheme works great for a medical ship, and I like the different styles and props you've got going around the biobed.
    shaved_apeBolianAdmiral
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  • shaved_apeshaved_ape366 USAPosts: 152Member
    Rekkert wrote: »
    Very cool looking! The color scheme works great for a medical ship, and I like the different styles and props you've got going around the biobed.

    Thank you Sir.
  • ashleytingerashleytinger838 Central OhioPosts: 799Member
    That's a great looking interior!
  • BolianAdmiralBolianAdmiral812 Torrance, CaliforniaPosts: 2,252Member
    Wow... VERY nice! Loving the look so far.
  • trekkitrekki519 Posts: 1,082Member
    Absolutely beautiful
  • paulbhartzogpaulbhartzog184 Posts: 23Member
    These colors and surfaces are great !
  • SATRSATR154 Posts: 340Member
    Fantastic
  • mdtamdta371 Posts: 86Member
    Deckplans have always suggested there were more extensive medical facilities and wards on board, which we never saw because of the budget constraints, and the feasibility of building such sets.

    So it would be nice to see a Medical ships' surgical rooms, recovery areas, testing labs, intensive care, routine wards, as well as the mental health facilities.
  • shaved_apeshaved_ape366 USAPosts: 152Member
    Wow, I have to admit that my long absence, while being not planned, has seemed to have drummed up some interest in this posting. I feel bad that what I had initially set out to do, fizzled out rather quickly. I could go into a long, drawn-out explanation of where I've been, so the long and the short of it is this:

    Got sick
    Got better
    Lost my job
    Relocated out of state with my family
    Found a new job
    Got settled into new job and new home
    Work has made me busier than a one-legged man in a butt-kicking contest

    Let's just say that I'm still alive (thankfully), and my modelling hobby is still alive, and despite it taking a rather different path, I recently started to go back through the plethora of unfinished projects and as such, this one has been on my radar. I also realized that the last time I worked on this, i made significant changes, so I'm going through it all, regrouping and will try (operative word here) to move forward with new content.

    @mdta I agree with your comment and to add to the list, an operating theater as well as conference halls would also work.

    To everyone else, thanks again for the support and kind words.
    Lizzy777Rekkert
  • shaved_apeshaved_ape366 USAPosts: 152Member
    So I've been busy re-working the common corridors. I've changed some things up a bit, left some things the same as before. My next step is to develop sections for creating curved corridors, and then get back into the room spaces.

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    Lizzy777
  • mdtamdta371 Posts: 86Member
    Have you given any thought to minimising the lines and gaps with the corridors - for cleaning and sterilising.

    As well as colour coded lines on the ground for navigation - as well as specific labelling which befits a hospital use - as this is a specialist ship.
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