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    Trek TOS Interiors

    I have so many projects going at the same time it's not even funny. I have so many want-to-model projects it's not even funny.

    Anyway, it's currently time to work on one of my first modeling desires, even after all these years: The TOS Enterprise interiors.

    I'm starting with the bridge, of course. I'm not 100% positive that the angles and sizes are correct yet, but I've modeled them in such a way to make it relatively easy to make even the most radical changes.

    I'll verify that everything is correct before adding the control panels.

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    I modeled the chairs sometime last year, I believe. They also need to be changed as my main reference was the wrong chair. It's was a Burke 103 rather than a 115. Oops.

    Lots and lots to go. I started this project a couple of days ago, but everything you see here other than the chairs was done yesterday with a couple of minor edits here and there today.

    Thank you for looking.

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    Reworked the upper dome shape and trim to be a little more accurate.

    Minor, minor change, but it's looking better already.

    About to start on the preliminary control panels for test-fitting. We'll see where everything lays from there.

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    Welcome on SciFi meshes Scribble. Nice work so far. What software are you using?

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    Thank you for your compliment and welcome.

    I'm using 3ds Max 2019 and Octane Render. Trying to get the hang of Substance materials. This still has a very CG look to it and I'd like to improve on that.

    I'll be commenting on others' posts soon.

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    Beautiful work so far!
    For my finished Trek bridges and other works of mine, visit my portfolio
    If you're interested in commissions, please visit this page

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    Thank you!

    I tend to be all over the place with my many projects, but I'll be getting back to this in a couple of days. I have another project I need to get done for someone.

    My plan for this is to create every TOS set on Stage 9.

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    You know, I hadn't realised the top panels were flat. I always assumed they were curved!
    Looking for (non commercial) Group: The UNITI Project - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...7LAQ09u51M0APK

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    You mean the upper dome? Yup, it's curved but mostly flat. Um...the segments start out mostly straight and take a rapid turn inward toward the top.

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