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Rustedborg
March 26th, 2002, 12:57 PM
Way back in 1999 (I think) someone who frequented the old Sci-Fi Art forums created a 3d mesh/render of a slipstream starship inspired by the Dauntless from that Voyager episode "Hope and Fear."

I clearly recall the name of the ship was the USS Steadfast. Unfortunately, I can't remember the name of the guy who created it. I know he posted on several other 3d modeling sites since then (I've recognized his style), so I hope somebody out there can help me track this guy down.

The Steadfast was one of the coolest original trek meshes I've ever seen. I hope someone else out there thought it was as memorable as I did.

If you know the artist I'm talking about (or if you are the artist in question) please let me know. I'd love to see if he has created anything new recently.:)

Sean Kennedy
April 8th, 2002, 01:52 PM
RBorg,

Try this site:

http://trekmeshes.starfleet.ch/

Click on meshes and agree to the licence. There are LOTS of trek meshes here! under the Canon Federation Ships the one you are looking for is there. In 3DS, MAX and LW formats

The ship was called the "Dauntless".

Sean:tos:

Fabio
April 8th, 2002, 05:55 PM
I believe you mean the guy who made this?

http://www.meshweaver.com/Temp/glads/s1.jpg
http://www.meshweaver.com/Temp/glads/s2.jpg
http://www.meshweaver.com/Temp/glads/s3.jpg
http://www.meshweaver.com/Temp/glads/s4.jpg

he went then by the forum handle of Howard Day
and he still does on these forums ;)

Rustedborg
April 9th, 2002, 07:18 AM
Originally posted by Fabio
I believe you mean the guy who made this?

he went then by the forum handle of Howard Day
and he still does on these forums ;)

THANKS, Fabio!

You found the 3d artist I'm looking for!

Glad to see I didn't just hallucinate having seen that ship.

:D

Sean Kennedy
April 9th, 2002, 12:48 PM
WHOA! SWEET!!

That's one I hadn't seen before.

Way cool!

Thanks Fabio!

Sean

Howard Day
April 16th, 2002, 07:32 PM
Guilty as charged. :) Thanks for the comments, all. (Fabio...you rock) It's allways nice to get comments on a project long finished.