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Old 11th Jul 2011, 02:40 AM   #1
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Greetings, all. I am not sure if I am posting this in the right place. I have been relentlessly trying to find a Mesh of the Constellation class Starship with no luck.

I thought I would put out some feelers and see if anyone has one they'd like to share or would be willing to convert. I do not yet posess the skill.

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Old 11th Jul 2011, 07:18 PM   #2
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While not an LWO it is available in obj.
You just have to reassign the textures.....over at
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That is if you mean Picards first ship.
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Best way to get the skills is to start it yourself, look at the basic shapes of the design and try to recreate them. once you get the basics down, refine them than start adding the finer details. Lightwave is (for me) very intuitive and laid out logically. Of course I started with lw back in the Amiga days... Get as many detail shots as you need off the internet and pick your starting spot and work from there...


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While not an LWO it is available in obj.
You just have to reassign the textures.....over at
trekmeshes.ch
That is if you mean Picards first ship.
I have already gotten the Mesh and your idea for now, is the best one. I will just have to learn to reassign the textures

Thanks for the help
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You are welcome.
This is what I have it looking like in LW so far.
Mesh by Raul Mamoru. Very nice person that would like to see more renders and pics of the ship. The reason he upped the obj I guess.
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Sorry to necro a post, but was there ever any success in an LWO or reassigned obj of this model... looking for a friend... who happens to be me
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