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    Looking great, dude.

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    Sweet updates! The only thing I would suggest at this point, would be to move the keypad to the opposite side of the door (I actually thought it was a door, in the regard that it slides aftward, instead of swinging outward/upward, like a hatch), as where it is now, it kind of looks squashed in with all the other detailing toward the aft, sort of cramped. I LOVE the bottom Starfleet pennant! It really helps break up all that solid white on the bottom. LOVE the standing console in the bay, too!
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    @evil_genius_180: Thanks!

    @BolianAdmiral: Well, I meant hatch because of the size actually, as yes it slides to the aft of the shuttle as in Rick's drawing. The shuttle itself is quite big, but pretty low. Here are some views with a 1.8 human figure for scale:

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    You're right... it technically IS a hatch.
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    Well, I came across another of Rick Sternbach's concepts for this shuttle, and we decided with BolianAdmiral to make the shuttle more accurate to this new image, so I've basically started over. The shuttle is a lot bigger this time, now tall enough for people to be standing up inside.

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    Looks good so far. The larger size will certainly make the hatch's size more reasonable for a human to get in/out of.

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    Lots of progress on the shuttle, including some on the back side hatch.

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    I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rekkert View Post
    Lots of progress on the shuttle, including some on the back side hatch.

    Sad they cut up the Star Trek V shuttle. While I did like the end result, I think this one may have fit the show a little better. Nice work!

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    @evil_genius_180: Thanks!

    @ashleytinger: Thanks! Yeah, it does fit a bit better both with the existing Type 15 and with the Galaxy-class as a whole, but I do like the Type 6 anyway.

    Here's the third version of the nacelles. While still not finished they're pretty much done. There are Warp coils inside the nacelle, and a half glass, hlaf metallic material on the 'warp grill'.

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