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# 1651
01-30-2013, 06:31 PM
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Originally Posted by stardestroyer001 View Post
I'm sorry, but IMHO, that model was the worst appearance of the Galaxy-class starship in the whole Trek series. The deflector shape didn't look anything like the 6-footer or the 4-footer, and neither did the rear of the saucer, nacelle pylons, engineering section rear, or the colours of the ship's warp engines.

The hull textures looked nice, but the shape was off.
Okay fair enough, so which should they use for future/potential model fixes? Chronologically speaking, the six foot Enterprise-D model was the last one used on screen in Generations: http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Galaxy_class_model#Use

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Its use in Star Trek Generations, proved to be the last time the six-foot studio model was ever used as a production asset, the shot of the saucer section breaking through the cloud cover of Veridian III, being the very last of the model.
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Last edited by amosov78; 01-30-2013 at 06:34 PM.