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Axanar: Ares by kjc733
- Requests and Commissions are Open - Send me a Note for Details

Sailor Moon by Jetfreak-7
- More Renders in the pipeline, stay tuned!

UNF Cariburn by Jetfreak-7
- Aircraft Profiles slowly being updated to current specs!


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anno78 Featured By Owner 1 day ago
You capture the look and feel of Star Trek perfectly.

My favourite vessel I've seen is the Century-class by DJCurtis, but finding pictures of her is difficult as they are far and few between.  I'm working on building a Starfleet crew set in 2412 (for a writing course task I've been given).
I've got to flesh out each character with full descriptions and backgrounds, but I've now got to include a picture of the ship they serve on if possible (deadline is last Friday of February 2016).  My tutor says that I can ask another to provide the picture of the ship, as long as I credit the artist responsible.

It's a big ask, but could you possibly provide the picture of the ship.  It is the Century-class USS Endeavour NCC-81923.  I would be very grateful if you say yes Hug .  but will totally understand if you say no. 
Jetfreak-7 Featured By Owner Edited 1 day ago
Aye, the Century Class was a real stand out the first time I laid eyes on the spaceframe. Elegantly sculpted by DJ Curtis if not a bit derivative in some areas but overall a real keeper.

Your request is certainly doable as I can easily change the ship name. Is there any specific angle/composition of the ship you would like to see? And what would you like for the background? (planet, nebula etc.)
anno78 Featured By Owner 1 day ago
I would please like an angle that shows her off the best, but has the name and registry visible (as if the ship is passing close to the observer, bow facing to the bottom right of the screen).  As for the background, a nebula would be perfect.

Thank you for your help.
1DeViLiShDuDe Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:thanks: for being here! :D
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