A quick look at some updated interiors for the All Good Things Enterprise-D.
Fine, I’ll do it. Now quit bugging me
I think enough time has elapsed since its release that I can now share this MSD I made for the Fan Film “Pacific 201”.
If you haven’t yet. Please go watch the film!
OK, so I got the Cerritos “Map” done.
This is basically a replication of the map we have seen on the show. The only tweak I did was to add some text to the callouts where there are only coloured blobs on the original.
I will make a more accurate version, with more details and landmarks mentioned in the show, sometime later on.
Can ya tell what it is yet?
Here are some random LCARS files I’ve worked on. Free to use in any way you wish 🙂 There is also a Facebook header that is sized to fit as required. Enjoy
Let’s hope this year is a little better than 2020.
Here is a new year gift 🙂
Yes, it is Belknap class.
Merry Christmas 🙂
And if you’ve made it this far, here is a small gift.
A high res image for everyone to use as they see fit.
(Don’t bother me about scale. There are so many inconsistencies, it’s impossible to nail down a scale. This is just one of many versions I have, all using different scales 😛 )
With the pandemic, work has been busy and takes priority. I work for a large software company and their cloud based licensing has suddenly become THE thing to have for everyone working from home. So, it’s keeping me really busy and exhausted!
But, recently I managed to get these done for the home bridge/movie theatre commission:
Also, interesting tidbit. I spoke to Michael Okuda about this interface while doing my research for it. I asked him if calling it “Movie LCARS” was really correct. He said no. As I expected him to, LCARS is a distinctive interface design different to this. He said he’d prefer to call it the same as the NX interface: S/COMS (prounounced ESSCOMS). Which stands for Spacecraft Operations Management System.
So there you have it. This is S/COMS 😀