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    Nice work. IDK if I'm a fan of the small round lights in the office... IMO, for a room that small and closed-in, that's a bit too much light. IMO, the ceiling light in the office is more than sufficient for such a small area, but that's just my own personal opinion. If it were me, I'd ditch the small lights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BolianAdmiral View Post
    Nice work. IDK if I'm a fan of the small round lights in the office... IMO, for a room that small and closed-in, that's a bit too much light. IMO, the ceiling light in the office is more than sufficient for such a small area, but that's just my own personal opinion. If it were me, I'd ditch the small lights.
    Well, there were bulkhead lights in the sickbay office of the Enterprise-D in TNG, though they looked different!

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    I agree that all the different light sources are a weird choice, but at least here all the wall light fixtures are consistent. On the Enterprise-D set, each one of the different fixture is of a different design. I have no idea why, it's like they just went to Ikea and bought different lamps for the set.

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    I quite like these light fixtures - to me it hints at the ship being just slightly older than its sisters.
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    Very nice work on the main biobed. I love the shape of the bed supports.

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    @Starscream: Yeah these look more utilitarian than the 'lounge lights' of the TNG sickbay.

    @BolianAdmiral: Thanks! Indeed, it's a really cool shape that was used all the way from TMP.

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    The main examination biobed is a redress of the "Ilia scanning bed" from TMP, isn't it? I'd never noticed it before seeing these images!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starscream View Post
    The main examination biobed is a redress of the "Ilia scanning bed" from TMP, isn't it? I'd never noticed it before seeing these images!
    It most certainly was a redress of said examination bed. In fact you can see it in that particular form in "Encounter at Farpoint" in the short scene where Wesley wants to see the bridge, and when Dr. Crusher informs Picard that medical teams are preparing to beam down to the Bandi city when it's getting obliterated by that entity.

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    http://tng.trekcore.com/hd/albums/1x...int_hd_612.jpg

    http://tng.trekcore.com/hd/albums/1x...int_hd_734.jpg
    http://tng.trekcore.com/hd/albums/1x...int_hd_735.jpg

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    The ST:TNG Technical Manual (printed book) has a good picture of that sickbay ceiling centerpiece, and IIRC, the Interactive TNG Technical Manual CD-ROM also has some good reference shots.

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    Those EAF screenshots are awesome, thanks! I love the (privacy?) perspex around the bed area - though I'm not sure why Crusher is apparently using it as office space lol

    This just gives more fuel to the idea of having an extended complex with variations in ward design as it progresses around the deck. I like it a lot
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