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Screen Accurate D'Deridex...

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 2:19 pm
by Chris2005
I've proposed the idea to Raul, but was wondering if anyone else would possibly also take the task, since Raul is kinda busy with other stuff...

While the ones here are great, they either lack too much detail or accuracy... I have tons of reference images you can look at... not to mention the quality that comes with the remastering of TNG...

Re: Screen Accurate D'Deridex...

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 11:36 pm
by Chainsaw_NL
Can you post some images so people know what it looks like. I think you mean the large green one from TNG not the old TOS one.

Re: Screen Accurate D'Deridex...

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 11:59 pm
by Chris2005
Chainsaw_NL wrote:Can you post some images so people know what it looks like. I think you mean the large green one from TNG not the old TOS one.
Yea, of course.

I was going to ask if you were up to the task, might be a little more involved than the Caretaker Array...

Here's it in use (right click and open in new tab to view full image):

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I have many high quality reference images, maybe not tons, but a lot... here's two:

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Of course, the extruded fiber optics for the windows isn't necessary, haha, the ship has windows like any other starship. :mrgreen:

Re: Screen Accurate D'Deridex...

Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 7:00 pm
by Chainsaw_NL
OMG the ammount of organic shapes on that ship. I suck at making good organic flows. Right now i'm also working on a enterprise E (first contact) bridge. A project like that would take a very long time for me.

Re: Screen Accurate D'Deridex...

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 2:24 am
by starship
Well, Ebolli (Donald) is skilled enough. In fact, he begun to model her in 2009, but got frustated with the results and (appears) left it behind:
http://www.3dgladiators.com/forums/show ... ird&page=2

17/01/13 - Almost forgot... At that time, he started a D´deridex thread over SFM too, and still do regular posts at other threads there. Ebolli released, long time ago, what were the most accurateds K´tinga, Jem Hadar bug, Vor´cha and Valiant (proto defiant) meshes for a looooooong time. The Valiant remains beeing the top, as the Jem Hadar. His K´tinga is still between the top ones. He also released the rare D-7 in romulan dresses, which appeared in TOS episodes. ;)

Re: Screen Accurate D'Deridex...

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 4:03 am
by Chris2005
starship wrote:Well, Ebolli (Donald) is skilled enough. In fact, he begun to model her in 2009, but got frustated with the results and (appears) left it behind:
http://www.3dgladiators.com/forums/show ... ird&page=2

17/01/13 - Almost forgot... At that time, he started a D´deridex thread over SFM too, and still do regular posts at other threads there. Ebolli released, long time ago, what were the most accurateds K´tinga, Jem Hadar bug, Vor´cha and Valiant (proto defiant) meshes for a looooooong time. The Valiant remains beeing the top, as the Jem Hadar. His K´tinga is still between the top ones. He also released the rare D-7 in romulan dresses, which appeared in TOS episodes. ;)
He looked like he was doing good with the D'Deridex warbird...

Re: Screen Accurate D'Deridex...

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 12:22 pm
by starship
Yes, he was doing but, as Madkoi (therefore Ebolli is a little less), he is a perfeccionist. I know him since a long time and I can assure you he will come back to that wip when enough personal motivation comes to him. ;)

Re: Screen Accurate D'Deridex...

Posted: Sat Jan 19, 2013 12:18 am
by Chris2005
Yea, I've never seen MKF model anything canon... but anyway, I'm sure Raul will be able to make an D'Deridex. :)

Re: Screen Accurate D'Deridex...

Posted: Sat Aug 17, 2013 4:29 am
by Chris2005
Still without a nice D'Deridex... :(