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Dat
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Nice. Good to see a move away from curved corridors everywhere. But, am I correct in assuming there are only three turbolift stops on the deck and only vertical lift shafts and no horizontal shafts (so the vertical shafts placed in different locations among the various decks can link up with each other)?

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Lobo
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quote:
Originally posted by Masao:
I've always wanted to do cutaways of my own ships, but chickened out.

DO IT MAN! Your ships are the best [Big Grin] !

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But, am I correct in assuming there are only three turbolift stops on the deck and only vertical lift shafts and no horizontal shafts (so the vertical shafts placed in different locations among the various decks can link up with each other)?

There are four turbolift stops. Horizontal shafts are nopt on this deck, they are on another
deck(s).

Lobo

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akb1979
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God damn! He's doing pictures and deck plans!!!! [Eek!] Wow this guy is a master at drawing.

I can do pictures of ships from the typical views - port/starboard/fore/aft/ventral & dorsal, and even MSD-type diagrams and room plans, but an entire deck plan!! Damn that is kewl. I'd do them, except that most of my ships are 150m+ and when I get technical and consider the sloping hull, I get all [Confused] and make a bog of it.  -

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Treknophyle
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Very nice deck plan concept. I especially like the way you have the compartments 'encapsulated' - with space between the room's interior wall and the corridor walls.

(Yes Ritten -I mean bulkheads. Nag, nag, nag...)

I wish I'd had that idea before I started on my own schematic/decl plan sets - would have saved a LOT of trouble fitting in compartments and corridors. Fairly attractive too.

BTW - Private (sort of) to Ritten) write more often - I don't think I still have your email.
We're just about ready to reveal our upcoming projects on the web - and you were a big part of it all. I'd like to keep in touch. Same to Shik, Lance et-al.

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Lobo
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Hi here is an decklayout: http://mitglied.lycos.de/mrbrown5/layout.jpg
(its not complete)
and size comparson:
http://mitglied.lycos.de/mrbrown5/sizecomp.jpg

Lobo

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The deck plans are really nice, good attention to detail.
Of course, the evil sadistic part of me wonders how a compact fat-ass ship like this would fare in a powerless "crashing on a planet" scenario aka. Generations or Timeless.
Methinks it would leave quite a big hole in the ground [Smile]

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i think that ship rocks. fantastic work, Lobo.
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Hi here is an other view of the ship:
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I am working currently on an new (detailed) cutaway.

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