Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by D-WHALE, May 21, 2008.
it´s a up-scaled version from Zousho´s site
Thanks very much
Great build D-WHALE! :thumb:
And I just luv fleet pics like that! Wish I could get space for a fleet. living in a flat has it's disadvantages.
Can't wait to see your DS9!
Chris, would you mind putting together a little list here of what models you have in your fleet, and who the models are by? I've got models from all over the place, including some of your fine ones, and I'm wondering what to do about scale. You mention in the shot with the Grissom, that all your models are 1:1700, so I assume you have resized some of them to match your scale? how did you go about this, just work out the percentage you'd need to change them, and print at that scale?
Thanks to you! maybe i make an All-in-one stand for you to get the place:mrgreen:
Okay, all this is to be explained not easily for me, particularly not in English!
1. there is a site here with the most S-T-models, not all
Indeed! ALL are in this scale!
there are several ways!
one way is to go over the properties of your printer! you can change the paper format or the paper size to print the files!
the main probleme is the file format -> picture or PDF-file!!!
I use Corel Photopaint to change a picture-file (JPG, GIF, etc.)! it is easier for me with that then with the printer properties!
For the PDF-files I use Corel Draw!
but you can make it also with GIMP!
the scaling is pure mathematics!:mrgreen:
1. you have a model in (example) 1/1000, and you wish to have that in 1/1700!
so 1000*100/1700=58,8235.... =59% (rounded)! the model must have 59% of the size of the original!
2. or you have a scale 1/1700 and you want 1/1000!
1700*100/1000=170% the model must have 170% of the size of the original!
and now you calculate the size of the side and enter the data at the "properties" of your printer!
A4size -> 297x210mm -> 59% ->175x123mm (rounded)
I hope, you understand my explanations!
Yes, that's a good explanation, thanks for the detailed reply!
Now all i have to do is find out what scale half of these ships I have are.. sign1
I have a Reliant here, but I can't remember where I got it from It's in 5 parts, each is one pdf sheet, and the title is just "USS Reliant - NCC 1684 Sheet X" The parts are all labelled EA34 etc. Does anyone have this model and remember where it came from? I'm guessing since it has part numbers that there would be instructions to go with it, but i never found them hehe...
Sorry for the bit of thread Hijack there! Will you be making these amazing Nebula class ships available D-Whale? (or am I too blind to spot a previous link?)
you talk about Star Trek - you talk about my lifesign1
there is only one USS Reliant in the net:
There are also some instructions!
the scale is approximately 1/1000, and the ENT-A on this site is also 1/1000! both are in my fleet:mrgreen:
And yes! the Nebula will be available in the download section of this forum end of July (I hope so)!
Brilliant! that's the one
You are a true fountain of knowledge when it comes to star trek papercraft hehe:wave7:
Now, back to the Reliant!
So are these available for download yet, or are you waiting on other beta builders?
I must sort approximately 200 pictures for the instructions! announce1And that needs time! (for the Akira we have wait 1(!) year!!!)
how do you change the sizes of models?
read it again
I see your finished models class nebula, and I would say that you are amazing, very good work, congratulations :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
On the other side would like to know if you plan to upload the download section, to share it with all the fans of Star Trek, I hope that if I have already ancien arming of these models, which will beam given such dedication.
Lima - Perú
i hope, that i finish the instruction end of this month! but i have also so project with some other designers! Cool projects of course:twisted:
the model will be available exclusive for members here in this forum:mrgreen:
Excellent news, I will be outstanding and then wait again excellent job and I hope it continues to work the same way, with dedication.
Lima - Perú
when can we expect your DS9?
X-mas this year:twisted:
d-whale that sounds great be able to start building ds9 on xmas day !!! great work to date mate thnaks for sharing it with us all in the community. p.s if you build clevers ent-c can you post it as a build thread here as im a bit confused with some of the assembly:thumb:
How big will your DS9 be?
thanks to you! I want to build the ENT-C! Build thread? I hope, pictures are enough (you know, my english:mrgreen
Clever sent me his original PDO-Files to change some parts! perhaps he make then a 2.version of that both ships! At the moment i work on my instructions vor the Nebula and at the same time on a NEW ship from Clever:mrgreen:! but i don´t say nothing about that, just: IT is big, IT is TNG and IT wants all:twisted:
The (official) reference size (ex-astris) of the DS9 is approx 1000 meter (at Gilso = 1451m)! I adhere to this size from Ex-astris! In scale 1/1700 means that a diameter of approx. 59 cm and i hope with 1000 parts:twisted:
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