Project Dominion War

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  1. trekman1017

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    Durring the production of the dominion war there was a need for new starship designs, so the VFX team baught up all the plastic modle kits in L.A. and had a "Kit Bashing Party". The new classes of ship include:

    *Intrepid-Constitution varient, parts used: F-14 Tomcat,A federation runnabout, intrepid class, constitution class

    *USS Centar, (kit avalible from paragon)

    *Excelsion-constitution variant: parts: maranda class, constitution class excelsior class

    *3 nacelled excelsior variant: parts;enterprise-B, excelsior, constitution

    *constitution varient:parts; constitution

    *Intrepid Variant; parts:Intrepid, maquis rader

    soures; http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/articles/ds9tm.htm

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  2. THE DC

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    Very nice!

    Thanks for posting this site. A good analysis of rushed modeling and contiuity errors, though I feel that DS9 was overall an excellent pogram.

    Tempting to kitbash with paper, Hmmmmmm?



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  3. trekman1017

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    some kits do not exist yet in papr, or I have not been able to find them, they will be essential in this project, they are:F-14 Tomcat, a good federation runnabout, a maquies rader,
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    Don't forget the Curry and Raging Queen types. Those are some of my favorites.
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    is there a designer who will take on the task of designing an F-14 Tomcat, a good federation runnabout, a maquies rader?
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    I think I do have a 3d model of the maquis raider, it is form a mod for Starfleet Command, I guess it won't be so difficult as some other trek projects I"m currently doing, so I can give it a try, I just need to find the file...
  7. THE DC

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    Your request

    There's a Runabout out there; I'll try to get yuou the link or send my copy if I can find either soon. Graphics are hand drawn but the shape's good.
  8. ARMORMAN

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    ninjatoes has made the runabout.
  9. THE DC

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    That's right!

    Thanks, you are correct sir. I couldn't remeber the location. Here it is:


    http://members.home.nl/saarloos/


    BTW: Nice version of the Defiant here!



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  10. ARMORMAN

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    Thanks, I did the redraw and instructions. Ninjatoes did a nice job hand designing it.
  11. THE DC

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    Ah!

    Cool! Is the link I sent the right spot for the redraw, or did I send him to the wrong place??


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  12. ARMORMAN

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    the DL for the redraw and instructions is under the pic of the Defiant on the "Star Trek" page under the heading: "redraw by Bill Perry". So you sent him to the right place. :)
  13. ARMORMAN

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    I just did it and sent it to him. I thought the design was excellent, but it needed instructions and was lacking in the art department (pet peeve as I'm an artist). I had not done any assembly directions (instructions - I also have a background in technical illustration) in some time, so I used the opportunity to brush up my skills. All the models I design and sell come with similar instructions. He liked it and posted it. He also allowed me to let Jon Lelslie mirror it at his site.