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    Overlapping edit lol - see query added after my caffeine kicked in
    He's not just a moron. He's the product of the greatest minds of a generation, working together with the express purpose of building the dumbest moron who ever lived.

    And you just put him in charge of the entire nation.

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    That they used dark colors to hide the reuses is a very possible explanation indeed!

    Still, on the episodes it does came across as that dark grey color, most notably seen on the Prometheus (and now that I think about it, perhaps that's the very reason why they added that big rectangle light there at the back).

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    Must make a mental note of that wall sconce for future TNG era stuff
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    And you just put him in charge of the entire nation.

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    I never was too fond of that capsule light fixture. One other idea for those aft alcoves is that oft-used bulkhead console with the large display screen that had many uses e.g. Enterprise-A transporter room in TFF/TUC, use in Enterprise-D science labs, etc.

    Speaking of transporter room - there's one thing that's going to be very noticeably different between the Enterprise-D and the Galaxy personnel transporter rooms: a longer transporter console. The reason for this is that in TNG, there are quite a few occasions that they could have used a longer console so that another crewmember could assist in special circumstances. Typically the transporter would be operated by a single person but there would be times you would need a second person.

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    I know what you mean about the pill-sconce (I particularly dislike the obvious "C20th lightbulb" aspect, myself). With some modifications however, it's ideal for a ship I have in the planning stage.

    Re: Scotty's alcove, I always liked that the two rectangular lights in either side were sort of reminiscent of the red alert panel in TOS - it's particularly fitting for the overall look in TUC.
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    I did actually consider Scotty's alcove for the Galaxy personnel transporter rooms, but it would seem a bit too out of place, even with mid/late 24th century LCARS. I'm sure Rekkert would agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starscream View Post
    Must make a mental note of that wall sconce for future TNG era stuff
    Dammit... beat me to it.

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    I quite like that wall, though it has a distinct TLE era feel to it. I mostly associate it to the Jenolan and Excalibur, as it appeared in the bridge of both of those ships.

    Yeah, I really hate the cheap Ikea looking wall fixtures DS9 used sometimes. The Runabout use some awful patio sconces, for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty0918 View Post
    I did actually consider Scotty's alcove for the Galaxy personnel transporter rooms, but it would seem a bit too out of place, even with mid/late 24th century LCARS. I'm sure Rekkert would agree.
    Likewise; by now I think it'd be obvious that AFAIC anachronisms like that are best avoided (and although I know that that console was used repeatedly in TNG's science labs, with the light panels it looks far more fitting for circa 2290).

    @BolianAdmiral you can have the canon version!

    @Rekkert please don't remind me about those runabout lights... (On that point, this forum really needs a vomit emoji)
    I love that you're getting so much mileage out of the Connie bridge - I only hope the next ones prove to be as useful!
    He's not just a moron. He's the product of the greatest minds of a generation, working together with the express purpose of building the dumbest moron who ever lived.

    And you just put him in charge of the entire nation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starscream View Post
    Likewise; by now I think it'd be obvious that AFAIC anachronisms like that are best avoided (and although I know that that console was used repeatedly in TNG's science labs, with the light panels it looks far more fitting for circa 2290).

    @BolianAdmiral you can have the canon version!

    @Rekkert please don't remind me about those runabout lights... (On that point, this forum really needs a vomit emoji)
    I love that you're getting so much mileage out of the Connie bridge - I only hope the next ones prove to be as useful!
    Well, to be fair, the first time we DID see it was on the Enterprise-D in the TNG episode "The Measure of a Man" when Riker was looking over Data's specifications.

    I should have said that you would agree as well. Though I do picture that bulkhead station being in other places on board the Galaxy (such as medical and science labs).

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