The Christmas bonanza continues!
Here is a Galaxy Class engineering display as you might find in engineering in one of the later builds with updated LCARS.
This was a commission which went flat when the client stopped returning my e-mails.
The original size was 17 inches across, 35 inches in height. That intricate looking top view schematic took me 2 hours alone to get looking right.
Or so we were told it was. In reality the model was just a smidgen more intricate than that. But not by much!
Another present for you all.
I originally drew this up for Steve Neill when he was building the Type-1 shuttle craft.
Since he never made use or mention of it, I offer it for all to enjoy!
I keep getting requests for this, so without further adieu, here it be; The Equinox variant of the Nova Class.
A while back I asked Andrew Probert (Yes, the man who designed the fabulous Enterprise D amongst other things) if I could use his intriguing design for a repair tug and MSD-ise it. He said yes.
Here we have his designs.
Note that the lower two decks are reversed and are “upside down” in relation to the rest of the vessel. This is because the bottom of the ship is flat and serves as a maintenance and repair deck. The two supporting decks are orientated to facilitate easier access.
The overall length of the tug is almost as long as the nacelle on a galaxy class ship.
And here is my MSD of it:
Following on from my NX class MSD, it seems only logical I do an Intrepid-Type. We see the Intrepid in season 4. It has no official class name.
I’m gonna go ahead and call it Drexler class. In honour of Doug Drexler.
And it is done. Enjoy all the details.
High res versions for sale on my ETSY 🙂 ( https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/LCARSgfx )
And here is the original configuration, for comparison:
Here is one, named the S.S. DeSalle, after the artist who has been working with Doug Drexler on a 3D model.
And to celebrate, here is my freshly completed (as in only 20 minutes ago) TOS Enterprise schematic 🙂
I have also uploaded it to my ETSY in glorious high definition.