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Thursday, 20th of June 2013
My apologies for the recent downtime. This was due to some issues which have now been resolved. Thanks for all your patience!
Wednesday, 29th of May 2013
Today sees the slightly delayed hosting of Chainsaw_NL's latest work: The Remmler array. Many of you have already seen this in the forums; it's a very accurate take on this array that is used for a baryon sweep of the Enterprise in TNG episode Starship Mine. Many screenshots are available in the forums, but here's an example:
Thanks to Chainsaw for making it available on the STMC!
Friday, 26th of April 2013
Sam Wich has offered his Lightwave conversion of the Nova class for download. The conversion is clean but the registration didn't make it through. For his own use Sam has put USS Resolution on it, and the download includes a blank mesh for your own registration. Here's a post-edited shot of the conversion:
Thanks to Sam for making the conversion available!
Sunday, 17th of March 2013
Today sees the release of another of Raul's masterpieces: the Nova class U.S.S. Equinox, in MAX and OBJ formats. This science ship was seen in the Voyager episode of the same name, with it's crew in a difficult moral situation....
Many thanks, once again, to Raul for making this mesh available to all of us!
Wednesday, 27th of February 2013
James Logan has kitbased Dave Metlesits mesh into a Starfleet outpost, a variation on the Office complex. He's made the mesh available on the STMC; it was created in MAX2013 (x64).
Here's a shot:
Thanks to James for making it available!
Tuesday, 1st of January 2013
And the first in 2013 is a Poser conversion by Mattymanx. He has converted the Galileo shuttlecraft and crew, originally modelled by Raul. The shuttle can use both default and custom mappings.
These are now available as a single download. Thanks to Mattymanx!
Saturday, 29th of December 2012
Due to a mistake on my part, a new mesh by Raul was only partially added to the site before Christmas... Sorry! It was available for download but not fully listed in the news or latest meshes section. Anyway, he has worked on destroying his Constellation and then released the Damaged Constellation mesh:
Thanks to Raul for making it available, and sorry for the mix-up!
Saturday, 22nd of December 2012
Just before Christmas, another conversion by Mattymanx, the TOS Enterprise by Raul:
All thanks for the conversion go to Mattymanx!
Wednesday, 19th of December 2012
And more conversions by Mattymanx! Actually, in this case it's an updated conversion of the Enterprise-E mesh by Paul Trenkler. Here is a shot:
All thanks to Mattymanx!
Sunday, 16th of December 2012
Mattymanx never gives up and today sees the release of another Poser conversion - the Constitution Refit (NCC 1701-A) by Raul. As a bonus he released the STMC logo as a separate prop. A shot below:
Many thanks to Mattymanx!
Tuesday, 11th of December 2012
Mattymanx has released his Poser conversion of Raul's Doomsday mesh. This is a prop with no moving parts. Doomsday is coming!
Thanks to Mattymanx for the release!
Tuesday, 4th of December 2012
Mattymanx has released two more of his well known Poser conversions to the STMC today. The first is the good old Dauntless, a conversion of the one hosted here by Ramiel.
The second is the Clydesdale by Raul, now available in Poser, here's a shot:
Many thanks to Mattymanx for these two conversions!
Thursday, 29th of November 2012
Catherine3678a has released the visor prop she created for Poser. It fits M4 and similar types. Two variants are included:
Because of limitations of the STMC, empty 3DS, MAX, COB and LWO links will appear. Please use the dedicated Poser link at the bottom. Many thanks for Catherine for the release!
Friday, 16th of November 2012
Today sees the release of the Galileo class shuttlecraft (TOS) by Raul. This is available in all it's quality, as we've become used to. However, it has some special features. First of all, it includes crew which is available for download seperately:
But for those wishing to customise the shuttle to bear their own markings (ship name), another download is available, with layered textures and instructions on how to change the name. Change it to anything you like!
With this amount of flexibility Raul is really making it easy for people to run their own animations. Many thanks, once again, to Raul!
Wednesday, 24th of October 2012
Another day, another fantastic release by Raul. This time he has gone back to The Original Series, and he's brought the original U.S.S. Enterprise back to life using the powerful 3D modelling we have at our disposal nowadays. The resulting mesh shows a true to original Enterprise, yet in a quality and detail not seen before. Here's a shot:
Again, many thanks to Raul for making it available!
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