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    It looks great.

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    Coming together now.


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    Looking fantastic.

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    Really nice! The little details such as the decals on the corridor give it that extra touch!

    Cool looking bridge as well, looking forward to see where you take it!
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    I love these gorgeous corridors! I do! But I just want to bring up a caution about a tiny thing.

    One of the hundreds of "rules" I learned in Architecture School was that you never design walls with a concavity that can cause a tripping hazard. It may look like the coolest thing in the world, but we have to admit we're all klutzes. And anyone not paying attention will likely end up with their coffee splattered across those beautiful curved walls when they inevitably trip while rounding a corner.

    Maybe by the 23rd Century we'll have implants that will prevent us from being ungraceful animals.
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    And one more thing.

    (And Damn!, I hate to be that guy...)

    The upper portions of the corridor walls look a lot like the cabin of a Boeing 757, 767 and 777. Right down to the shape and size (and downlighting) of the "windows."

    Then again, you might be deliberately referencing 20th-Century aviation technology.

    The only reason I'm pointing this out is not to be a Troll or an *ss. You clearly have a great deal of talent. So I'm confident that you can design these corridors that have a unique signature that says "you" yet still fits in with the Star Trek aesthetic.
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    Well I've started work on this again. Bitter sweet this time after the latest news. Here is where I am currently. (Right click open in new tab)



    Last edited by PixelMagic; 10th Jan 2019 at 07:19.

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    Beautiful renders and design, I could easily think it was a photo from a set.
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    I really love the tweaks you've done with this design.

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    This is really pretty sweet!
    I hope when I die, my wife doesn't sell my toys for what I told her I paid for them.

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