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Saturday, 24th of June 2017
Newdivide1701 released another mesh, as you may have seen in the forums. In his own words:
"Basically it's a mesh where if Andrew Probert's USS Enterprise from the Motion Picture were reverse engineered to the TOS era with numerous elements taken from the Kelvin timeline. It also includes 3 different types of bridge housing.
1-Abrams bridge with a large viewport on the front.
2-Ready room style where it has 2 viewports on the front and the bridge is below the high resolution sensor array and surrounded by port and starboard briefing rooms and the 2 viewports is the Captain's ready room. If Archer had one, why not April, Pike or Kirk?
3-Pike bridge where it has the traditional bridge housing that has a very low resolution bridge mock up, but can be replaced with a higher resolution TOS bridge rotated 36 degrees to port.
The bridge housings are interchangeable in a way like how the bridge module was attached to the Enterprise-A from Star Trek Beyond.
The ship in a way is a bridge between the TOS and the Kelvin timeline that flows more smoothly with the eventual refitted Enterprise from TMP where you see the structure, but you also see the changes to the ship. And trying to avoid making it look like a cheesy kitbash."
Thanks to Newdivide1701 for making it available!
Wednesday, 31st of May 2017
It's been some time (my fault, sorry!) since Billy offered his concept ships up for hosting here. Finally the LWO versions are live now, and this adds three ships:
The USS Hydra:
The USS Basalisk:
The Klingon D8 cuiser:
More formats to follow soon, they are being tested. Thanks to Billy for the release!
Sunday, 21st of May 2017
Newdivide1701 kindly released his alternative Miranda class. In his own words, not exactly TOS or Kelvin timeline but in between. Many thanks for uploading it to the STMC!
Sunday, 21st of May 2017
Michel Rogriguez posted in the forum some time ago, offering his Shuttlepod One Blender mesh. He built it while he is working on the longer term project of the full NX-01. Note that to look for this mesh you need to have 3DS selected as a format, this is a site limitation. Thanks to him for the release and his patience, here is a shot:
Saturday, 22nd of April 2017
After a switch of provider infrastructure (a must for an eventual site upgrade), there was some downtime. There still may be some bugs, please do let me know if so!
Friday, 25th of September 2015
As seen in the forums, Spencer has announced the launch of his Enterprise-A! This original design has now been released. It's the final reworked version available on the download page. The modelling was done by Raul, and the reworks by Luke Wilkins and Chris Adams of HardWire Productions. This is the result:
Thanks to all involved for making this release possible!
Monday, 22nd of June 2015
For the Adventures of the USS Victory, Raul modelled the Starbase 42. He has now released it here!
Since it was created specifically for a top-shot, the bottom of the mesh is less polished than the top. When used from the intended angles, it is suitable for a beauty-shot though:
Thanks to Raul for making it available here!
Sunday, 24th of May 2015
Clifton shared his Blender conversion of the damaged Constitution class U.S.S. Constellation (by Raul) in the forums. He has kindly offered it on the download page, where it is now available! Many thanks to him for the conversion.
Friday, 22nd of May 2015
Spence has made an additional version of the 1701-A mesh available, in MAX2011 format. This one was reworked by Luke Wilkins and lighting done by Chris Adams of HardWire Productions. It's been added to the download page for the mesh.
Friday, 8th of May 2015
Raul has kindly reworked his collaborated Enterprise-A (Spence design) to a 3DS version that does not have the reported normal alignment problem. If you had problems using the OBJ version before (rendering 'holes' in the mesh), please try this reworked version! Many thanks to Raul for taking time and correct this conversion!
Monday, 27th of April 2015
Medjai has updated his mesh of the Oberth class U.S.S. Dumont. The update adds more detail and a more modern appearance. Only the MAX version has been updated. Many thanks for the update to Medjai! Here is the new result:
Saturday, 21st of March 2015
Raul has released his model of the U.S.S. Enterprise-A design by Spencer Perdriau. Both the design and the model are of excellent quality, as you can see in the image below:
Thanks to Raul and Spencer for making it available!
Wednesday, 11th of March 2015
Thomas Brow liked the colour scheme of the Constitution refit mesh by Al Dinalt. And he also liked Rauls mesh of it. So he combined the two and made it available as a Blender mesh. It's now for download under Rauls mesh listing. Here's a shot:
Thanks to Thomas for making it available!
Monday, 9th of February 2015
Today, David "Knightrider" Metlesits has sparked some new life into the STMC, with the release of some of his best meshes. He made the selection based on availability in the public design, or (good) non-canon design. As such, the following meshes are now available for download in MAX format:
Many thanks to David for making these high-quality meshes available on the STMC!
Monday, 5th of January 2015
TrekkieGal broke radio silence on this site by kindly offering her DAZ3D conversions of the Prometheus (by Ed Giddings), Phobos (by Mattymanx) and Saber (by Dan Huling). These have all been downloaded to the respective download pages. In the process, I noticed that the Prometheus was listed as PromeNtheus, which is now corrected.
Thanks to TrekkieGal for making these conversions available!
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