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Immersion by overseer Immersion by overseer
:bulletred::bulletred::bulletred: Thank you very, very much to everyone who :+fav:ed this piece! :bulletred::bulletred::bulletred:
I usually make it a point to thank everyone individually, because I never take interest in my work - by anyone - for granted, but I have very limited time right now, so once again thank you very much! Every single comment and :+fav: is truly appreciated and means a lot.

Just a random idea with an unknown ship I decided to call U.S.S. Conclusion, NCC-3120. No back story really, just a good old exploration mission in Star Trek's spirit. Experimented with several ideas on this one.



COMPOSITION: Starfield rendered and then composited with my nebula matte painting in Photoshop. Scene setup and render in Lightwave with final composition (including all FX) in Photoshop.

MESHES: Loknar-class Frigate by Lt. Riley (LW conversion by Matt Christou, LW textures & rig by Fabio Passaro; texture modifications by Overseer) & TMP Shuttle by Georg Angelakis (geometry & texture modifications by Overseer)

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.

ORIGINAL SIZE: 1920x1080, 97 layers.

Comments and critique welcome.

Thank you to *TreeClimber for the helpful input! :aww:
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Critique by Stelith61 Dec 2, 2012, 3:26:36 AM
This is awesome, in my opinion. I've had many thoughts and conversations with myself on new Trek ships, and never once thought of a double stardrive section.

The scene itself makes this stand out. That's one damn awesome background right there.

The shuttlepod in the corner is a nice touch. From that and the rest of the ship, I assume this is post-Voyager-finale? :sherlock:

On to the ship itself. For some reason I think of the NX-01 Enterprise and Kirk's ship stuck together and built 200 years or so later. I dunno, my brain's weird. :crazy:
Again, loving that double stardrive section.

The detail is great, the lighting is close enough to perfect.

Overall, that's one smexy starship. Gonna grab the wallpaper version.

(As you can probably tell, I'm new to this critique business :pc:)
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the first thing that hits you about this piece is the redness. it just hits you square in the face and keeps coming, no matter what. But that does not mean it is bad, as it really isn't the central ship takes center stage, dwarfing the almost invisible shuttle beside it. the idea of having twin hulls offsets the twin deflectors well, and the pod below is an amazing idea. what with the movie era nacelles, one hell of a ship design. the contrast between the red and the steel of the ship is amazing.well done in deed. very impressed. reminds me, got a story to write. thanks for sharing, and well done.
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Saturday-AM Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Amazing artwork. I wish we could have seen this in one of the movies.
supernaturalsarah18 Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Space... the final frontier!
Gwentari Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
This is truely Inspired!

I downloaded the background version as well! Works like this prove that ST is never dead nor old.
overseer Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2014   Digital Artist
Thank you very much!
haloreach2 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What Did you use to make the Star Trek SHips
overseer Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013   Digital Artist
I do not model the ships. If you look at the credit I put in my description, those are the people who modeled the ships I used to compose my image. They are available to download.

However, I occasionally change parts of the models or add items and the software I use is Newtek Lightwave 9.3. It's not free, however.
haloreach2 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh ok well i wanted to make my own Ships
overseer Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2013   Digital Artist
Well, you could give Blender a go and look for tutorials for modeling on YouTube or other sites. That might be a good first step.
morduskainen Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2013
Have to say this blew me away the catamaran hull is just inspired would love to see this in game(sto)
overseer Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2013   Digital Artist
Thank you very much, although I cannot take credit for the design, only for the composition. I do agree with you though, the design is very nice.
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