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# 71
07-09-2010, 09:47 PM
oslo strut does not attach well to the zephyr nacelle, causing the nacelle to clip with the saucers

akira, oslo, and zephyr are missing shuttle bays and phaser strips are wrong or missing
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# 72
07-09-2010, 10:43 PM
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oslo strut does not attach well to the zephyr nacelle, causing the nacelle to clip with the saucers

akira, oslo, and zephyr are missing shuttle bays and phaser strips are wrong or missing
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# 73
07-10-2010, 03:44 PM
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Yah, but combining MMO player with Star Trek gamer magnifies the nerd factor.

Pop a pic up onto imgur of the advanced escort hull and I'll pop it into the first page.
Ah, I actually uploaded my Advanced Escort recently.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mustrum...7624399590710/

The deflector array looks strange.
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# 74
07-10-2010, 10:30 PM
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Ah, I actually uploaded my Advanced Escort recently.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mustrum...7624399590710/

The deflector array looks strange.
Which saucer and which hull?
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# 75
07-11-2010, 08:58 AM
That's the Prometheus saucer and Cerberus lower hull. The deflector on the Cerberus has that flat topped dish on any combination of parts, so it appears specific to the lower hull.
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# 76
07-11-2010, 04:23 PM
Just gonna say I strongly support any ship inconsistencies fixed for the Klingon ships. Capnlogan has been giving the Fed side alot of love but I think the Klingons are beginning to become way too neglected, after he finished up the Galaxy and Sovereign he should work on Klingon ships.

Also, the nacelle glow for the Negh'var and the Vor'cha needs to be increased by alot. And the two auxiliary warp nacelles on the underside of the Negh'var are missing along with the red Klingon lettering on the sides of the nacelles. There is also a red spot on the side of the neck/hull. More detailed textures need to be applied to the impulse engines and red parts as well. Klingons need their own window types as well, forcing Klingons to use TOS styled Starfleet windows is lame.

http://starfleet.unblog.fr/files/2009/04/neghvar.jpg

http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__...p_and_SC-4.jpg

http://www.modelermagic.com/wordpres..._model-003.jpg
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# 77
07-11-2010, 04:37 PM
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That's the Prometheus saucer and Cerberus lower hull. The deflector on the Cerberus has that flat topped dish on any combination of parts, so it appears specific to the lower hull.
Thanks much Ultra, I've added it to the appropriate section.
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# 78
07-12-2010, 10:18 AM
Posted this in the 'Refit Intrepid' thread, but felt it worth repeating here!

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Hmm...

Just looking at a screenshot of the new ablative armour, and I've noticed that it's really inaccurate, compared to the armour from 'Endgame'.

Here's the screenshot in question:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mustrum...7624399590710/

And here are shots of the CGI model used in 'Endgame', courtesy of Doug Drexler's website:

http://drexfiles.wordpress.com/2009/...blative-armor/
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# 79
07-12-2010, 11:28 AM
Posted this in another thread but I thought it might be worth mentioning here.

From Season 2 onwards there were two versions of the Galaxy-class used for filming during TNG. I prefer the original shooting six foot model personally, though there are some who like the current version. At the very least a possible consideration to have the six foot version added as a variant secondary hull type for the Galaxy-class?

The six foot model wasn't used much because it was difficult to film with. Thankfully they used it for the Enterprise's last screen time in Generations. Model differences: http://drexfiles.wordpress.com/2009/...r-vs-6-footer/

The CGI version of the Enterprise-D seen in "These Are the Voyages" also seems to be based on the six foot model: Enterprise-D CGI
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# 80
07-12-2010, 02:04 PM
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Posted this in another thread but I thought it might be worth mentioning here.

From Season 2 onwards there were two versions of the Galaxy-class used for filming during TNG. I prefer the original shooting six foot model personally, though there are some who like the current version. At the very least a possible consideration to have the six foot version added as a variant secondary hull type for the Galaxy-class?

The six foot model wasn't used much because it was difficult to film with. Thankfully they used it for the Enterprise's last screen time in Generations. Model differences: http://drexfiles.wordpress.com/2009/...r-vs-6-footer/

The CGI version of the Enterprise-D seen in "These Are the Voyages" also seems to be based on the six foot model: Enterprise-D CGI
Funny about it being too big to film. Andrew Probert insisted on a larger Enterprise A model because the 4 footer just wasn't big enough to get any decent detail.
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