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  • RekkertRekkert3025 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,203Member
    edited July 18 #3542
    Glad you all liked the last few modifications!

    I ended up lowering the replicator even more than how it is on other sets, the fact that it wasn't centered on the fabric panels was too much, I think it looks better this way, and it's still very much usable.

    Other than that, the room's finished, here are the final renders:

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  • DoctorShmullusDoctorShmullus41 Posts: 30Member
    Fantastic work as always! Looking forward to how you’ll tackle the Ready room.
    Rekkert
  • Vortex5972Vortex5972236 Posts: 1,136Member
    That's a really nice room.
    Rekkert
  • Rory1707Rory1707156 Posts: 160Member
    Awesome job my friend!!!!! 🖖🏾
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  • BolianAdmiralBolianAdmiral951 Torrance, CaliforniaPosts: 2,360Member
    Awesome!
    Rekkert
  • richiewilchrichiewilch57 Posts: 41Member
    I agree with DoctorShmullus, definitely looking forward to the Ready Room next.
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  • RekkertRekkert3025 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,203Member
    edited July 2 #3548
    Glad you all liked the briefing room! Started on the ready room but I didn't have much time to work on it, so I'm still putting it together in my mind.

    Once I had the desk in, I decided that it would be a far better use of the space to move the entrance door from the bridge to the center of the room. That way the starboard side of the room can be turned into a little alcove for the desk to be in (I'm planning on modeling a new desk, the current is just a placeholder). Of course on the port side wall, there's still the door leading to the briefing room.

    As my super detailed sketch shows, I'm planning on having a full size replicator next to the window (exactly like on my first version of the briefing room), and some railing separating the two levels, similar to Voyager's ready room. Plus obviously decor elements all over.

    Everything's super early so pay no mind to the clipping light column or other bits like that. :lol:

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  • wibblewibble514 GermanyPosts: 288Member
    I really like how the briefing room turned out and the ready room is already on good path as well.
    Now I really don't want to demand anything, I just thought It would be cool to see one of those cut-away renders that you do with the briefing room, the ready room and the bridge together, where you could better see how they all connect.
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  • BlueNeumannBlueNeumann406 Posts: 1,139Member
    It's pretty big though, especially compared to what we've seen on other ships. Especially given the Steamrunner's size, I figured that the ship was happily compact and the crew likes it that way, they might even have an attitude about bigger ships, "what do you need all that space for?"

    I suppose the railing will help divide the space up a bit, but we'll see. The sofa's an interesting shape, though kind of odd for that interior. You should have a table or something behind there, maybe one of the model display ships on top.
    Rekkert
  • RekkertRekkert3025 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,203Member
    edited July 3 #3551
    @wibble: That would be very cool to do, but also quite challenging to show all rooms from a single angle while making them clearly visible. Not to mention needing to model the corridors, lifts, etc. I'll look into finishing the deck 1 layout after the ready room is done, but I don't know if I'll do something like that.

    @BlueNeumann: The Steamrunner's not that small. It might not be overly long, but by my own calculations it's primary hull is wider than that of the Akira and even Sovereign classes, and it's also quite tall, so it has a ton of internal volume on that saucer. Certainly at the very least its mass has to be around the same as the Intrepid, if not more. What you're suggesting would fit in better on the Saber in my opinion, among other smaller ships.
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  • richiewilchrichiewilch57 Posts: 41Member
    I really like the way this is going so far, and I agree with @wibble , I'd love to see how all this fits together. Also, I know that it's probably not, but the desk kind of looks like a blackjack table. I used to work at a company that made casino furniture, and the desk kind of reminds me of one of the designs that they had. I guess the couch is likewise a placeholder?
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  • RekkertRekkert3025 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,203Member
    @richiewilch: Maybe it was a blackjack table which the art department used? This style of desk was seen on the Enterprise-E in Nemesis.

    Been slowly making more progress on the ready room, and changed the layout a bit. The little side alcove where the desk previously was is now completely gone, and the desk is now placed on the front wall, opposite the windows. The shape of the steps is now also different, following a more organic line along the room. There'll still be handrails next to the drop though, especially behind the chairs, so don't worry about people falling over. ;)

    Again, super early days with stuff like the sofa and coffee table, and the desk is still just temporary, though now more similar in size to how the final one will be.

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  • BolianAdmiralBolianAdmiral951 Torrance, CaliforniaPosts: 2,360Member
    Beautiful! I love the raised step level.
    Rekkert
  • DoctorShmullusDoctorShmullus41 Posts: 30Member
    Great work so far! I’m loving the organic shape of the ready room, it has given it a more unique feeling.
    Rekkert
  • richiewilchrichiewilch57 Posts: 41Member
    Rekkert wrote: »
    @richiewilch: Maybe it was a blackjack table which the art department used? This style of desk was seen on the Enterprise-E in Nemesis.

    It's definitely possible. I think that it was mostly the shape of the legs below the table top that gave me that impression. Loving how this is coming together so far.
    Rekkert
  • RekkertRekkert3025 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,203Member
    Well, I was happy with the previous layout, but I ran into a problem with it. Just as a test I decided to place the briefing room alongside it and see if they line up properly; and while they do, the space between the window rows is far larger than it should be.
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    So I decided to once again modify the layout, and came up with this to better fit in with the external details. As you can see, the resulting room is slightly smaller, as the segment after the center-most window was removed, and the side alcove was moved to the other side of the room:
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    After that was done, I had to rearrange things somewhat and came up with a similar layout, though the desk is now centered on the room. I intend to add more details to those walls and ceiling of course. As for the furniture itself, I went with a mix of the Voyager and Enterprise-E's (Nemesis version) ready room desks, and I further detailed the coffee table, though I might play around with its design some more.

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  • BolianAdmiralBolianAdmiral951 Torrance, CaliforniaPosts: 2,360Member
    Excellent work, as always.
    Rekkert
  • RekkertRekkert3025 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,203Member
    @BolianAdmiral: Thanks! :)

    I've added more details to the ceiling and some spotlights, plus designed the wall behind the desk, once again trying to find a balance between the TNG, Voy and Ent-E aesthetics.

    I've also added the handrail between the two levels, which after several iterations I decided works best as a single curved rail in the middle of the room, which people can use to help themselves either down or up from each side.

    Thoughts? :)

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  • BolianAdmiralBolianAdmiral951 Torrance, CaliforniaPosts: 2,360Member
    I LOVE the fabric wall and that little 1701-E style alcove shelf.
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  • Rory1707Rory1707156 Posts: 160Member
    edited July 18 #3561
    I like the way the ready room is coming together. I think you found the right balance in its design. IMO, I think having the rails placement in the center of the room is a great fit for this design. I agree it’s a great tool to help individuals move between the two levels. Can’t wait to see the finished renders my friend! 🖖🏾
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  • DoctorShmullusDoctorShmullus41 Posts: 30Member
    The wall padding behind the desk is perfect, it gives the room some much needed color. I look forward to how you’ll detail the room.
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  • ashleytingerashleytinger980 Central OhioPosts: 893Member
    I love how you've combined all the aesthetics into this.
    Rekkert
  • BlueNeumannBlueNeumann406 Posts: 1,139Member
    Oh, I totally agree!
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  • richiewilchrichiewilch57 Posts: 41Member
    This is excellent... seeing how this goes alongside the briefing room too is awesome. I am struggling to figure out how the two rooms line up with the bridge though. Do they line up to meet the alcoves on the Bridge? Or is there some connecting walkway as well?
    Rekkert
  • RekkertRekkert3025 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,203Member
    edited July 26 #3566
    Glad you're all liking how it's coming together!

    @richiewilch: Each room has a small corridor leading up to the bridge from each side.

    I slowly kept working on this during the past week whenever time allowed. I wasn't too big a fan of the curve the handrail followed, and I didn't want to just reuse the Voyager coffee table here, so I swapped the design for an oval shaped one (with a glass top, I think it looks better), and redid the handrail and steps to follow along that shape. I also tweaked the wall behind the desk a bit; added back the blue lights at the bottom of the dark columns; added LCARS for the replicator and desktop monitor; and did another pass on the shape of the support behind the couch.

    The biggest stuff that's missing now is decor. The Corps of Engineers books have the Appalachia under the command of Captain Ahmed al-Rashid, so while I don't necessary consider that written in stone as far as my version of the ship goes, it gave me the idea to incorporate some arabic elements into the decor of the ready room. I also want to make it somewhat more colorful as right now the room is overly grey and a bit boring IMO.

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  • Rory1707Rory1707156 Posts: 160Member
    Love it my friend! 🖖🏾
    Rekkert
  • DoctorShmullusDoctorShmullus41 Posts: 30Member
    I think incorporating arabic elements would be a fantastic idea! Another thought on how to give the room more color would be using flowers, much like Janeway’s ready room. You could perhaps use flowers native to the Middle East.
    Rekkert
  • BolianAdmiralBolianAdmiral951 Torrance, CaliforniaPosts: 2,360Member
    Just a suggestion, but if the commanding officer is male, it might be better to use a color other than lilac on the furniture and fabric walls, as it’s a LOT of lilac right now. Maybe some blue or red wall fabric, like seen here? Just a suggestion.

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  • BlueNeumannBlueNeumann406 Posts: 1,139Member
    edited July 27 #3570
    I don't think the lilac is that bad, especially given that this is the more muted Voyager aesthetic... but the idea of some Arabic influence is making me think of some warm cream or sand colours for the wall and sofa, with more detailed/intricate elements being brought in, a rug or tapestry on the wall or ceramics on the end tables... I don't know how religious you're thinking the Captain would be, but I could also see some sort of 24th century astrolabe that constantly points in the direction of Earth/Sol. Even if he doesn't pray, he still has that connection to Earth, that spiritual tether.

    Also, just had a brainstorm: I remember these real cool Arabic tiles, and I realize they can't really put tiles on the ship, so what if the Captain is into pottery? So on that oval table is a beautiful bowl he made himself? Like how Captain Picard tries to paint and Sisko loves to cook, Captain Ahmed al-Rashid is into making ceramics. His first officer could have one of his bowls in their quarters too, a gift.
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  • Warp Propulsion LaboratoryWarp Propulsion Laboratory887 BrooklynPosts: 298Member
    Also a model of the Al-Battani could be a nice touch. He was a famed Arab astronomer and Janeway served on her so it would be a subtle nod to Voyager too.
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