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Old 4th Jan 2016, 12:37 PM   #1
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Default Star Trek - On Approach MMXVI

A rework of an older piece I created back in 2011. Been working on the update since before Christmas; finally got around to complete it.

It is my interpretation of a scene from one of the first TITAN novels showing Capt. Riker on approach to his ship, still in dry dock. Nearby the Enterprise-E is waiting, to accompany the U.S.S. Titan out of dock, before parting ways to new adventures.


COMPOSITION: Planet textures created by me in Photoshop. Planet mesh created by me, and composed into 3D models in Lightwave. Texture and atmospheric settings also my work, including all background elements. Lighting rig, composite for all models, as well as some re-texturing, and/or texture additions (e.g. registry details) done by me. Scene entirely rendered in Lightwave, with post-work in Photoshop.

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MESHES: Luna-class by Ulrich Kuehn (original design by Sean Tourangeau), Nemesis Drydock by Jason Tinsley, Type-11 Shuttlecraft by J. Mous, Danube-class Runabout by Thomas Slanitz, Nova-class & Starbase 42 by Raul Mamoru, Sovereign-class by Ralph Schoberth, Spacedock Shuttle by Jennifer DeSalle-Boucher, Workbee by H Gibbens & Mars by me.

My artworks are not endorsed, sponsored, or affiliated with CBS Studios Inc. or the "Star Trek" franchise. The Star Trek trademarks, logos, and related names are owned by CBS Studios Inc., and are used under "fair use" guidelines.

Comments and critique welcome.
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I think you'll find the original has a Titan model by me.
The updated on is quite lovely. Well done.
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I think you'll find the original has a Titan model by me.
The updated on is quite lovely. Well done.
Thank you!

And damnit, you're right! That was yours. . . that completely slipped my mind there for a second. I also noticed the credits are missing from the picture. I will fix that! I 'stole' it from my DA upload where the credits are in the description and I could link to the original internally.

It's an awesome design, like a modern Ambassador-class; would have definitely worked for me, but the other design won... what can you do?
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That's really rather nice indeed! Good job.
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Thank you very much!
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