View Full Version : Olympic/Pasteur-Like

April 20th, 2003, 10:32 AM
What do you think about this:

http://www.firedragon.com/~lwg3d/wip/2003/04/20-850782_tn.jpg (http://www.firedragon.com/~lwg3d/wip/2003/04/20-850782.jpg)

This mesh is something like the Olympic-Class we know from "All good things" but it is realy not accurate.
As you can see the engineering section is almost finished but i have not even started the sphere section.

Since i have already taken some "künstlerische Freiheit" i will make this ship a sience vessel not a medical supply ship.

April 20th, 2003, 03:22 PM
Another angle:

http://www.firedragon.com/~lwg3d/wip/2003/04/20-876989_tn.jpg (http://www.firedragon.com/~lwg3d/wip/2003/04/20-876989.jpg)

April 21st, 2003, 05:44 AM
nice. what are you uesing as a model

April 21st, 2003, 07:00 AM
you mean as reference?

Only the pictures from the fact files

Right now i am rebuilding the engineering section to match more the shape of the fact-files-version of this ship

April 22nd, 2003, 04:05 PM
It's about time somebody tried to put this ship into 3D life.. If you ask me (and you haven't), it's the most criminally underused ship in Trek.

Koloth, uh kudos to you for working on her! Now if only I can tempt seanr into doing one of his creative interpretations of the Pasteur bridge set...

April 23rd, 2003, 05:09 AM
Originally posted by Blip
If you ask me (and you haven't), it's the most criminally underused ship in Trek.

You are absolutly right.
I fell in love with the design of this ship the moment i first saw it on TV.

April 23rd, 2003, 10:42 AM

This is the more acurate shaped engineering hull:

http://www.firedragon.com/~lwg3d/wip/2003/04/23-119378_tn.jpg (http://www.firedragon.com/~lwg3d/wip/2003/04/23-119378.jpg)

April 23rd, 2003, 11:17 AM
Much better, now that's the ticket.

May 1st, 2003, 10:12 AM
Worked a little more on her:

- added windows and escape pods to the lower engineering hull

http://www.firedragon.com/~lwg3d/wip/2003/05/01-808706_tn.jpg (http://www.firedragon.com/~lwg3d/wip/2003/05/01-808706.jpg)

- and a low quality rendered image

http://www.firedragon.com/~lwg3d/wip/2003/05/01-808800_tn.jpg (http://www.firedragon.com/~lwg3d/wip/2003/05/01-808800.jpg)