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3DDerelict ships

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  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    Worked on the harbor. I guess something three or so kilometers across qualifies as a harbor.

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    I downloaded the new AutoCAD today. Found a semi-major bug first thing. After that I found another bug they haven't fixed in the past four releases.
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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    That's looking good so far. :)
    rojren wrote: »
    After that I found another bug they haven't fixed in the past four releases.

    Don't you love these companies? :rolleyes:
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    I realized today that this thing is 2.5 times the length of Babylon 5. Too big for what I had originally intended.

    Added a factory/recycling area just forward of the drive, a secondary docking area for service vehicles, and a main street / plaza area at the bow. By the way, the park is courtesy of Google Maps.

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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    The ship is too big. If I walk, the movie will be over.

    As a city ship, I don't see it as too big. If it was a light cruiser, on the other hand.... ;)
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    You could take the train... The volume of the main part of the ship is something like 145 cubic kilometers, with 19,519 square kilometers of 'floor space' (with each 'deck' at 124 meters).
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  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    Next:

    Tag: 0000 010010-0082315
    Type: cruiser
    Status: standby mode
    Location: Basenau Crest
    Orion 000.24-037878.24
    Culture: Undefined
    Est. Age: 1.15 million years
    Size: 305m
    Nickname: Circles within Circles




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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    That's an interesting design for a cruiser. I'm looking forward to seeing where you go with it. :)
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    I have only the vaguest idea of where this is going.

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    Looks like something from Dr. Frankenstein's lab.
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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    Yeah, it does. I like it. :)
  • bosunbosun61 Posts: 0Member
    It's alive!
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    Blucher!
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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    rojren wrote: »
    Blucher!

    **horses whinny**
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    "Vootshtaps! Vootshtaps!"




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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    Ah, such a classic film. :)

    Great looking work on the ship. :)
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    Yeah, I can really annoy the hell out of someone with that movie. Lot's of quotable lines.

    "I was going to make espresso."

    Added a few things.


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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    "Could be worse."
    "How?"
    "Could be raining." (starts pouring)

    The ship's looking good. I like the details on the top part.
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    Done.


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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    That came out great. Nice work. :)
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    Next:

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    Tag: 0000 022314-074132
    Type: racing yacht
    Status: abandoned
    Location: Dohst Marina
    (Orion 000.46-57002.01)
    Culture: Von Essh
    Est. Age 640 thousand years
    Size: 122m
    Nickname: Easter Bonnet
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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    Interesting shape. :)
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    This is another one that's hard to get a clear look at.

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  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    Some progress.


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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    Well, it definitely has a yacht look to it. I like it so far.
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    Done.

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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    I like it, great work. :)
  • publiusrpubliusr239 Posts: 1,205Member
    From the front view--a futuristic Jupiter 2
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    Tag: 0000 084197-031078
    Type: trans-temporal probe (suspected)
    Status: seized and impounded
    Location: secure storage facility - Sedna
    (Orion 000.00-00000.01)
    Culture: True
    Est. Age: 18 billion years*
    Size: 304m
    Nickname: Kalachackra


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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    Interesting design. One thing I like about this thread is the outside the box thinking you put into your varied designs.
  • rojrenrojren429 Louisville, Kentucky USAPosts: 1,538Member
    Thank you.

    Whenever I hear the "outside the box" analogy, I picture myself walking around a large room-size box that voices and music are coming from. And as I walk around the box I'm wondering to myself "How'd they get in there?".
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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1801330 Posts: 9,520Member
    rojren wrote: »
    Whenever I hear the "outside the box" analogy, I picture myself walking around a large room-size box that voices and music are coming from. And as I walk around the box I'm wondering to myself "How'd they get in there?".

    You don't want in there, it's a trap.
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