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3DShips of the Federation Civil War

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  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    Neither can I. :D
  • DerekDRPDerekDRP0 Posts: 0Member
    Xfozz, Stunning work mate.
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    UPDATE...
    Haven't been doing too much.
    Some warp engine details. I'm gonna rebuild the warp grills, try to save some polies on that.
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    Starting on some transporter emitters.
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    While I had some time I did the impulse engine for the Redwood class ship.
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  • AresiusAresius338 Posts: 4,126Member
    looks sweet.

    I just realised that it has many retro elements of the TMP-era. Sweet.
  • TovetteTovette5 Posts: 13Member
    Dang the details on that bridge section are hot.
  • StarshipStarship231 São Paulo - BrasilPosts: 1,754Member
    Looks fine!
    Niptick: For the second ship, I suggest you to increase the pilons lenght a little.;)
  • kborakkborak0 Posts: 0Member
    You know fozz Im starting to want to see a full motion picture based off of just your ships!
    Your awsome at this my friend keep it coming.
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    Starship wrote: »
    Looks fine!
    Niptick: For the second ship, I suggest you to increase the pilons lenght a little.;)

    No the point of the design was to have the engines close to the hull and tucked under it.
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    UPDATE...
    Started to do a little work on a bridge of another ship that I haven't named yet. I might name them after lakes.
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  • DerekDRPDerekDRP0 Posts: 0Member
    Nice modeling so far mate.
  • HellsgateHellsgate0 Posts: 8Member
    So, let me get this straight....about twenty years after "Endgame", Section 31 decides to splinter-off from Starfleet / The U.F.P. as they're (somewhat-justifiably) concerned with the direction of Earth's desire to take everyone under their wing. They're likely concerned about expanding at a time when they might be better served by waiting to see what kind of fallout results from Voyager's adventures in the Delta Quadrant.
  • StarshipStarship231 São Paulo - BrasilPosts: 1,754Member
    Looks nice! The new ship is something like a future Reliant?
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    Hellsgate wrote: »
    So, let me get this straight....about twenty years after "Endgame", Section 31 decides to splinter-off from Starfleet / The U.F.P. as they're (somewhat-justifiably) concerned with the direction of Earth's desire to take everyone under their wing. They're likely concerned about expanding at a time when they might be better served by waiting to see what kind of fallout results from Voyager's adventures in the Delta Quadrant.

    Actually I'm ignoring Voyager for the most part.

    UPDATE...
    Rebuilt the bridge. I like this one more.
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  • AresiusAresius338 Posts: 4,126Member
    Looks good. Reminds me a bit to the Miranda- class.
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    Yeah, the roll bar will do that.
  • bbeltbbelt0 Posts: 0Member
    This is very interesting idea. I'm going to watch this thread closely.

    Good job. :thumb:
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    UPDATE...
    I have finally got the primary hull in the shape I want. Now getting this thing finished should be much easier since this was one of the things holding me back. I just have to decide on the Navigational deflector and shuttle bay(s). You can also see some of the work I've done for the warp engines.
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  • AresiusAresius338 Posts: 4,126Member
    Looks nice.
    I'm looking forward for the shape of the hull. From what I see now, it's going to be a sweet ship.
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    UPDATE...
    I worked on the shuttle bay and the shuttle bay observation room thing.
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  • Road WarriorRoad Warrior176 Posts: 775Member
    Man I dont confess to know alot about Star Trek XFozzboute but this is a neat design. Realy neat looking.
  • JennyJenny0 Posts: 0Member
    On a modern American aircraft carrier, the flight deck observation thingie is called 'PriFly," or "Primary Flight Control."

    The more I see of this ship, the more I'm taken by it. Nice work so far!
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    Thank you, that's good to know.

    UPDATE...
    Turbo lift is coming together.
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  • jay-mojay-mo0 Posts: 0Member
    Nice update. I like the carpet on the turbo lift.
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    I was pleasently surprised that the carpet turned out exactly as I wanted it to.
  • AresiusAresius338 Posts: 4,126Member
    Wonderfine! A nice lift.

    But...

    You shouldn't shake it too much. The dude inside looks a bit afraid; he already grasps for the borders. ;)
  • somacruz145somacruz1450 Posts: 0Member
    Wow you've got some beautiful ships here :D I really like the designs and attention to details. 5/5 and keep up the great work !
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    UPDATE...
    Added some details to the back underside. A test phaser stripp and transporter emitters.
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    Here's a shot of another test phaser strip on the top.
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    I'm thinking of adding a botanical section like on the Enterprise refit. I think I'll put it at the step section.
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  • MelakMelak171 Posts: 0Member
    Nice ship! Looks like one hell of a big speedboat :D
    I've got to ask though: Are those diagonal lines between the holes in the front of the pylons intentional? They do look a bit weird to me :confused:
  • XFozzbouteXFozzboute617 Posts: 1,614Member
    It might be a smoothing issue. I plan on rebuilding the pylons anyway so I should be able to fix the problem.
  • tobiantobian226 Posts: 1,600Member
    Yep looks like a smoothing error to me, as you've cut roundish holes into a curved surface.. you need some control faces to stop that happening.

    Otherwise it's getting better and better, but yes, that's the problem with doing so much detail.. it takes REALLY ages to do it all :D
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