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For those following my fan film project, there's a sequence coming up that involves the main characters escorting a task force of medical ships into a disaster area, and to keep with canon I want to use an Olympic-class ship for the cause. It's been a while since I looked around to see what was out there, but I wanted to see if there were recommendations on the best Olympic-class mesh that was out there?
(I miss the good old days when we had our own downloads section, there were a ton of goodies there.)
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Dammaged version: https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/uss-pasteur-prop-d054ba987c1e4da2aa71b0d5b8081a4c
Snowcrash was building the best that I know, but it isn´t a public release.
Anyways I had no idea ThingVerse was...well, a thing, but I love the name. I'll definitely check all these out, many thanks for the share!
PS @Starship I remember I used something of yours back when I did Redemption (I can't remember what but your name definitely appears in the credits), do you have anything today that you want to show off? For Resurrection there's a couple of shots of fleets gathering at Starbase 375 so if you want to work something in (or even for a more prominent role) I'm very happy to do it. I've been wanting to add more variety to the Utopia Planitia shot that opens Resurrection anyway.
You had my Enterprise-B in one of your movies... I released that mesh in 2008.
I have a lot of unfinished wips, but I´m close to finish a Centaur class variant, and a conversion (maya to max) of a Cheyenne class variant too. Here it goes a few renderings of them:
Those two new ships look great! If you want me to feature them I'm happy to help show them off. (Utopia Planitia was populated with just five ship types, Sovereign, Prometheus, New Orleans, Nebula, and Dawn Star).
Modelling is done, but the materials aren´t well organized yet. I need to polish and organize before the release.
And here's a clear render of it:
At a guess, I'd call it the old textures because there doesn't seem to be much on the dorsal section of the saucer.