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Thread: Springfield Class Starship in Blender

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    Likewise - to me she looks a little like a brief precursor (or sister?) class to the New Orleans.

    The only problem IMO is the glaring size error on the original model, so that either the windows are far too big, or the bridge module and turbolift protrustions far too small! I'd recommend against replicating that particular feature...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starscream View Post
    The only problem IMO is the glaring size error on the original model, so that either the windows are far too big, or the bridge module and turbolift protrustions far too small! I'd recommend against replicating that particular feature...
    Agreed. I understand why the model was made the way it was, but there's nothing wrong with some artistic license to fix some scaling issues.
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    I have to say, this is among my top favorite Trek ship classes. Sweet work on her so far!

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    Just about done?

    I think so.

    Some odds and ends to clean up, but she's basically there...


















    Here are all the same angles, WITHOUT the dorsal pod or the deflector attached:









    Not bad. Pretty happy with the way she turned out. I think I am going to take the technique I used to panel texture this ship and retro-actively apply it to some of my other hulls. I really like how it turned out...
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    Very nice!

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