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Brandenberg wrote: »
Thanks for the orthos.
seanr wrote: »
FYI, you typoed the link (missing the ":"). Thanks!
Hunter G wrote: »
Let's redesign the CTRL+PASTE...I mean the Hoover....I mean the Inquiry class from Picard
Hunter G wrote: »
Someone sent me a message on reddit about some of my concepts being used in Ages of the Federation (which I know nothing about). I think it's super cool to have my designs in a game, mods or otherwise.
Unfortunately it seems they're taking credit for it, which is a shame because I would have loved to help with a project like that. I honestly don't know what to do without being awkward. Here is what I'm talking about:
lewisniven wrote: »
Friendly message to them first for sure. They may have just found the pics online and not realised they're not canon or something. I'd give them the benefit of the doubt. Just a 'Hey, I see you're using my designs, can I get a credit or shoutout' would probably be the best opening gambit I'd say.
[Edit] they clearly know they're not canon, lol.
MadKoiFish wrote: »
Send them a bland C&D letter then go from there.
paulbhartzog wrote: »
Kewl uniforms. How did you make them ?
shipfisher wrote: »
Just reviewed this thread. Why aren't you running the design department at Paramount and Bad Robot? Oh, that's right - there's no justice in the world.
Your Galaxy class redesign ticks many boxes.
Your Inquiry class redesign does justice to the original John Eaves concept. I don't think he wanted it looking like it was trying to sift space plankton either.
Love the Interceptor class. Best post 24th century ship I've seen. The USS Gifford I've seen elsewhere is a pretty good 3D take on it.