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Perfecto Oviedo
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does anyone out there know where i can find pictures of MSD's from ships other than the main Voyager,Enterprises,Defiant.

Especially Akira

i dont care if they are made up but they must be in the same style as voyagers MSD

thanks


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MinutiaeMan
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I've created a few of my own. I don't claim that they're accurate, but they're pretty reasonable IMO.

http://www.st-minutiae.com/graphics/akira.jpg
http://www.st-minutiae.com/graphics/norway.jpg
http://www.st-minutiae.com/graphics/olympic.jpg
http://www.st-minutiae.com/graphics/steamrunner.jpg
http://www.st-minutiae.com/graphics/yeager.jpg

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Mikey T
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Wow, nice MSD's...although what are those things in the Yeager Class?

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Judging by their placement, they might be docking clamps to allow the "saucer" to separate...
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MinutiaeMan
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Those are supposed to be structural braces, to hold the two seperate hulls together... I never thought of having the ship separate, though!

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Perfecto Oviedo
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thanks for the pictures there realy cool

but i never liked those kitbashed designs!!

thanks anyhow


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They're all cool. What's the orange blob on the Steamrunner?
Also, I've noticed something interesting on the Olympic class. Look in the Encyclopedia under "USS Pasteur" at the big picture of the Olympic. On the side of the hull, beneath the nacelles, is a gray door with the name of the ship beside it. Could this be an airlock?

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Mikey T
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I always thought it was a very large airlock to move lots of patients or equipment in and out of the ship.

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Speaking of MSD's, anyone know who made this Akira MSD?

Akira MSD

I really like the look and was wondering if he or she made any more. If you want, here's another one, but of the Steamrunner-Class.

Steamrunner MSD

In addition, the other MSD's posted looked great!


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The "orange blob" on the Steamrunner MSD is obviously a very large, very pixelated Bussard collector.
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MinutiaeMan
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Yeah, that bussard collector didn't come out to well...

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Didn't someone make the Nova Class MSD after "Equinox" came out?

I still prefer my Prometheus MSD though...

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Well, Sternbach made a Nova MSD even before "Equinox" came out... :-)
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the akira one isnt quite that accurate.

[edit] actually its awful accurate. the shuttlebay is pass though

[ August 11, 2001: Message edited by: Wes1701E ]


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Has anybody done MSDs or their equivelant for older ships, like Mirandas/Constellations/Ambassadors/etc.?

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