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3DStar Trek: Unnamed Klingon Bridge

seanrseanr899 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 538Member
edited October 2020 in Work in Progress #1
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Still very much trying to figure out this layout:
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TBH, I think this arrangement is getting close now. The periscope will be between those beams behind the command chair.

Based on a cross between the K'Tinga class bridge in TMP and this concept art by Nick Acosta:
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  • trekkitrekki491 Posts: 1,044Member
    nice work, i like it!
  • scifiericscifieric883 Posts: 1,295Member
    Wow!
  • RekkertRekkert2432 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,128Member
    Great start! Cool to use the Ent-B chair in that way, it looks very Klingon. =)
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  • seanrseanr899 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 538Member
    Thanks!

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    This lighting, except for the lights in the floor, is currently still all normal Blender light objects rather than my usual materials, but it should give you a general idea of how the set will ultimately be lit. The blue lighting is coming from what will be entrance alcoves on either side of the bridge and the magenta light is coming from what will essentially be a sort of CIC room hanging off the back of the bridge. There will be additional light coming from below as well - I'm actually seriously thinking of making this a two-level set, with the lower level quite cramped and containing more of the defensive and maintenance-type functions, while the planning and offensive functions occur on the main level. The vertical tube behind the command seat is the beginnings of a periscope.
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  • seanrseanr899 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 538Member
    Rekkert wrote: »
    Great start! Cool to use the Ent-B chair in that way, it looks very Klingon. =)

    LOL, it was the most Klingon looking seat I had on hand, so I made some tweaks but still intending it to be more temporary, though it has since totally grown on me. =)
  • seanrseanr899 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 538Member
    Building out the deck and the shell for the two levels (yes, this is a two-story set):
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    View from the big chair. Unfortunately, they're having a little trouble getting the new TV through the airlock: :wink:
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  • seanrseanr899 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 538Member
    Too much smoke going on here, but the most recent full render:
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    And the latest test renders:
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  • EBOLIIEBOLII178 Posts: 327Member
    Sweet! looking Fantastic
  • seanrseanr899 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 538Member
    edited October 2020 #10
    This is why I ended up making those freezer spacers I released:
    https://forums.scifi-meshes.com/discussion/10000757/nestable-freezer-spacer-tng-set-dressing

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    And of course I forgot to hide the gizmos before screenshotting this viewport render:
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  • JoeRalatJoeRalat176 Posts: 486Member
    Great work
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