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3DStarfleet Briefing Room (Star Trek VI)

seanrseanr1084 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 590Member
edited December 2020 in Work in Progress #1
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So far, this is just my favorite prop from that scene, but will ultimately be the entire set.

Jazz desk/table lamp, designed by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche for PAF Studio:
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Wires of same:
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  • Mustang13Camaro68Mustang13Camaro68328 DetroitPosts: 156Member
    That was such a cool lamp. I could swear they used it in SeaQuest too somewhere.
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  • seanrseanr1084 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 590Member
    Came across a light fixture (on Etsy of all places) that I really love in the context of this desk lamp, though it won't be in the full scene I'm creating here:
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    Here's the first test render of the beginnings of the actual set:
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  • omnipotentomnipotent658 SwedenPosts: 466Member
    edited December 2020 #4
    That was such a cool lamp. I could swear they used it in SeaQuest too somewhere.

    i just pressed play on s1e23 and guess what i found...
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  • Mustang13Camaro68Mustang13Camaro68328 DetroitPosts: 156Member
    omnipotent wrote: »
    That was such a cool lamp. I could swear they used it in SeaQuest too somewhere.

    i just pressed play on s1e23 and guess what i found...

    I KNEW IT!!!
    omnipotent
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  • prisoner881prisoner881336 Posts: 30Member
    I have hazy memories of seeing The Undiscovered Country in theaters and recognizing this lamp as a real lamp you could buy at the time. Can anyone verify?
  • Mustang13Camaro68Mustang13Camaro68328 DetroitPosts: 156Member
    I have hazy memories of seeing The Undiscovered Country in theaters and recognizing this lamp as a real lamp you could buy at the time. Can anyone verify?

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Italian-Jazz-Table-Lamp-by-Ferdinand-Alexander-Porsche-for-PAF-Studio-/183947020175
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  • seanrseanr1084 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 590Member
    That's about the cheapest I've seen it. It's seriously tempted to snag that, but I'd rather save the money toward a new laptop (I'd like to get one of the newest MBPs with 32GB of RAM).

    Latest update on this:
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  • RekkertRekkert4036 Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPosts: 2,302Member
    Beautiful! Could very much be a picture of the set.
    Have you identified the chair model being used? I've been trying to do that myself for my USS Victory conference room, to no avail.
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  • Mustang13Camaro68Mustang13Camaro68328 DetroitPosts: 156Member
    Table top reflection looks great!
    And the real life lamp is cool, but wow that was expensive.
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  • trekkitrekki931 Posts: 1,387Member
    This looks very good.
    I also recreated that once.
  • seanrseanr1084 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 590Member
    Rekkert wrote: »
    Beautiful! Could very much be a picture of the set.
    Have you identified the chair model being used? I've been trying to do that myself for my USS Victory conference room, to no avail.
    Thanks. I tried and failed, eventually gave up. My guess is it was one of those that was so ubiquitous in offices that no one gave a fuck what it was. I ended up just building it based on the photos from that scene using another office chair as a general size reference.
    trekki wrote: »
    This looks very good.
    I also recreated that once.
    Thanks. I'd love to see your take on it.
  • seanrseanr1084 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 590Member
    edited December 2020 #13
    There's something very weird going on with my carpet material (it shouldn't be dark on vertical surfaces like that) but other than that and some minor details, this is nearly finished:

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  • seanrseanr1084 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 590Member
    Definitely some things not quite matching the original to fix there. Hard to see until you actually get the images stacked like that. ;)
  • seanrseanr1084 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 590Member
    Most of the obvious issues fixed now:
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    Now mostly just some cleanup and one buffet table (with its cups and coffee pots) remaining.
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  • seanrseanr1084 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 590Member
    edited December 2020 #16
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  • ashleytingerashleytinger1973 Central OhioPosts: 1,220Member
    I always loved the kind of 'War Room' look they went for with this. You're doing a fantastic job recreating it.
  • seanrseanr1084 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 590Member
    Thanks!

    Incidentally, yesterday was the anniversary of the original intended release date for the movie. Not sure why, but it ended up coming out a week earlier, ultimately, but there was at least one poster design printed with the original date, IIRC.
  • ashleytingerashleytinger1973 Central OhioPosts: 1,220Member
    I remember getting into a big argument with my step-mother over going to see this. It was 'PG-13' and that might be a little 'adult'. A) I was fourteen at the time (three months from 15) and B) IT'S STAR TREK. The non-Tarantino variety even. Which are also the points my Dad made to her before he gave me 15 bucks and drove me to the theater for the Saturday night showing. ;)
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  • seanrseanr1084 Brooklyn, NYPosts: 590Member
    LOL, nice. My mother _hates_ Star Trek ("with a passion", as she said around that time), but still took me to see that one because I'd gotten second place in my school's geography bee (first place prize actually was two tickets to the movie). Her dislike certainly had nothing to do with perceived violence - she took us kids to see Natural Born Killers and Pulp Fiction in the theater at the time for Christ's sake. :lol: You must be just a bit older than me, I'd turned thirteen a few weeks before ST6 came out. ;)
  • ashleytingerashleytinger1973 Central OhioPosts: 1,220Member
    I was born the year Star Wars first graced the theaters. ;) I was destined to become a sci-fi nerd.
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