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# 21
02-25-2013, 01:59 PM
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Originally Posted by crypticttc View Post
Hey guys, I am glad you like the wallpaper. Unfortunately the website template doesn't account for 1920 x 1080, even though I did make a version specifically for that size. (it's what I use at home. )

Long story short, here's a version designed specifically for 1920x1080 screens:

Boldly Go - 1920 x 1080
But Thomas, the CV6 isn't there... j/k

Thanks for this.
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# 22
02-25-2013, 02:44 PM
Awesome wallpaper TTC!
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# 23
02-25-2013, 03:30 PM
Awesome paper

WTB Andorian escort Wallpaper
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# 24
02-25-2013, 04:36 PM
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Originally Posted by brigadooom View Post
The Odyssey is an insult to the rest of the ships on there
There are some people who might think the same of the Galaxy It's just a matter of opinion and taste

Still a great wallpaper
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# 25
02-25-2013, 06:26 PM
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Originally Posted by brigadooom View Post
The Odyssey is an insult to the rest of the ships on there
Hey no need for that, besides like it or not the Odyssey is officially the Enterprise F now.

Cryptic do need to get this stuff by CBS you know.
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# 26
02-25-2013, 06:49 PM
Wow, finally, a desktop that illustrates the problem with the Ent-A! Look at the pylon on the left compared to the the one on the right. Notice anything? The one on the left is in a different place, causing the nacelle to be angled, clipping right through. Really though, if you are going to spotlight something, at least make sure it's not bugged first. Too hard to ask?
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# 27
02-25-2013, 06:55 PM
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Originally Posted by tomin8r View Post
Wow, finally, a desktop that illustrates the problem with the Ent-A! Look at the pylon on the left compared to the the one on the right. Notice anything? The one on the left is in a different place, causing the nacelle to be angled, clipping right through. Really though, if you are going to spotlight something, at least make sure it's not bugged first. Too hard to ask?

It's the angle of the shot, not the model.

If you're going to argue something, at least make sure your observation isn't bugged. Too hard to ask?
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# 28
02-25-2013, 08:01 PM
Amazing, thanks for this and the 1080p version. Desktop for sure.
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# 29
02-25-2013, 08:49 PM
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Originally Posted by voyagerfan9751 View Post
You do realize this isn't technically a "Cruisers" Wallpaper. It is a wallpaper of all ships in starfleets history that have been named "Enterprise".

As for a KDF version, while I am all for a little love for the KDF side, in this case the specific theme doesn't not really led itself to a "KDF version"

Whether it is a weakness of the TV shows being Starfleet centric or not, the KDF does not have an identifiable Ship like the Enterprise. So even having a "Cruiser" wallpaper (d7, Vorcha, Neghvar, Bortas) isn't quite the same.
Yes it does. Battlecruiser Vengeance, and its Captain Koth.

Okay, yes its an in universe joke about Star Trek, but come on, it can work. You can have Koth with his D7, and later his retrofit D7. And there can be Pi'c'ard, with his Vor'cha class ship, etc.

Or slightly more seriously note, looking at Memory Beta, it looks like there is a IKS Bortas (Vengeance) that has shown up in the different series (a D5 in Enterprise and a Vor'cha in TNG, and the current one in STO). So why not? Show us the proud liniage of the IKS Bortas across the ages.

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# 30
02-25-2013, 11:01 PM
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Originally Posted by ddesjardins View Post
It's the angle of the shot, not the model.

If you're going to argue something, at least make sure your observation isn't bugged. Too hard to ask?
http://bestnetworx.com/uploader/files/215/ent%201.jpg

http://bestnetworx.com/uploader/files/215/ent%202.jpg

Wanna try that again?
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