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3DAshley's Star Trek WIP Thread

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  • wibblewibble581 GermanyPosts: 322Member
    The bigger ships would get the glory, but the Portsmouth class was the workhorse of the fleet, keeping the logistics division moving. While the Miranda gained a lot of favor, the Portsmouth's reliability and extreme range without maintenance on standard nacelles of its era kept it active within the fleet for almost 50 years before being turned over to private owners.

    Feeling strong Lower Deck vibes here. I bet they have been on a lot second contact missions as well.

    ashleytinger
  • ashleytingerashleytinger1318 Central OhioPosts: 987Member
    wibble wrote: »
    The bigger ships would get the glory, but the Portsmouth class was the workhorse of the fleet, keeping the logistics division moving. While the Miranda gained a lot of favor, the Portsmouth's reliability and extreme range without maintenance on standard nacelles of its era kept it active within the fleet for almost 50 years before being turned over to private owners.

    Feeling strong Lower Deck vibes here. I bet they have been on a lot second contact missions as well.

    Lower Decks is the more respectable version. These are the blue collar ships doing the dirty jobs you don't give to your big explorer ships. ;)

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    Finished up the build of the ship with the registry I'm going to end up using first, the Hagerstown.
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  • ashleytingerashleytinger1318 Central OhioPosts: 987Member
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    I've been working on Nogura's Phase II office based off the partly unused blueprints from Phase II. They would re-use elements for the TMP Cargo Bay.

    I re-used some of my old furniture from Tiny Trek (I really need to redo it in Blender since it's older Truespace 3 stuff. the flat panel desk monitor too) and then pulled in some office chairs I had laying around in Daz and some of the Alien Botanical sets.  

    I did add the giant viewscreen but it's based off the Phase II Briefing Room version just scaled way the hell up along with the backlit lighting behind it. 

    The desk model is my take on the Baton Rouge mixing in some Kelvin elements to the original STC design, just gold plated. It's not really meant to be anything more than a desk model as I never intended to use the Baton Rouge in Tiny Trek. The one on his desk is of the Hokkaido, one of his last commands before becoming Admiral.


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  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1802480 Posts: 10,250Member
    Very nice. It's a shame we never got to see Nogura or his office in the movie.
    scifieric
  • ashleytingerashleytinger1318 Central OhioPosts: 987Member
    Very nice. It's a shame we never got to see Nogura or his office in the movie.

    Thanks! It would have been a very intense few minutes, that's for sure.
    evil_genius_180
  • evil_genius_180evil_genius_1802480 Posts: 10,250Member
    Very nice. It's a shame we never got to see Nogura or his office in the movie.

    Thanks! It would have been a very intense few minutes, that's for sure.

    For sure. I have the book on Phase II and I've read the rough draft of the script in "In Thy Image." If I remember correctly, it's only one scene, but that's why they redress sets rather than doing entirely new ones.
    scifieric
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