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  Bambam131

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Posted: 2011-April-28 at 3:08pm | IP Logged Quote Bambam131


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This is my spaceship USS Shenandoah II. This is a redesign of a spaceship that I created back in 2005. The model was created in Bryce 5.5,6.1,7.1. This design are all my concepts using just the Boolean objects that comes with this program.


If you would like to see more of the design of this ship or any of my spaceships you can visit my website at http://www.bambam131.com.

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David

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  karl.garnham1

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Posted: 2011-April-28 at 5:06pm | IP Logged Quote karl.garnham1

WOW this is an excellent space ship Better than the
unimaginative ones you see in science fiction films now a
days.

Well Done I bet that took ages to render (let alone save)

Karl


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I love it
Cuz its a possible real spaceship for this or the next century
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Posted: 2011-April-28 at 5:58pm | IP Logged Quote TeranAmbassador33

Dammit, I want to get that kind of look in my stuff!

 

I can only seem to design the traditional kind of ships though.



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Posted: 2011-April-29 at 12:53pm | IP Logged Quote regulus

Amazing! So the astronauts live in the fore module(?) during the interplanetary flight, then climb into the lander through it's nose for the trip down to the surface? I also like the cupola on top of the front module, but wouldn't you want an unobstructed view of the lander during the flight? I guess you could use a mirror on a stick like NASA


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Posted: 2011-April-29 at 7:33pm | IP Logged Quote JanL

Dave, this looks outstanding as usual.

As for viewing the lander during flight, cameras maybe.  Jan

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Posted: 2011-April-30 at 11:18am | IP Logged Quote Bambam131

Hello regulus, if you go to my website and take a look at the Shenandoah redesign you will see that the section that connects the Lander has windows looking out. Plus the use of cameras is all that is needed. You can see quite detail images showing how the ship was design. Here is a link that will show just the back end where the Lander connects, you will see windows for observation of the Lander. Here the link to the images that show the rear section and hatch. http://www.bambam131.com/ussshenandoah/07-25-10/bb131CM%20En g%20EVA%20FT%20RD4%201a6%2085.jpg

I hope that this answers your question.

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Posted: 2011-April-30 at 3:20pm | IP Logged Quote regulus

Aha, that makes plenty of sense, thanks David!


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