Jaw-droppingly good Enterprise and Shuttlecraft by Raul Mamoru - www.trekmeshes.ch
Equally cool starbase Vanguard by David Metlesits, all converted for Poser by mattymax.
Antares by Richmerk - merknet.com
Background by arcas-art.
Done in Poser Pro 2012.Lighting and composition by drell-7
Thanks for looking!
"Look, can't we at least try to come up with another name for the shuttle?!?"
I really love how the differing angles of the shuttle and the Enterprise make them look like they're afloat, and not a pair of effects models mounted on armatures... and the freighter way off in the background gives the picture a feel of "working day at the Starbase".
That hadn't occurred to me when I wrote... So, if Enterprise had astronomers (Galileo, etc.), another ship might have astronauts/cosmonauts (Gagarin, Leonov, Aldrin, Grissom, Glenn)?
Okay, I know that at the time TOS aired, the Cold War was still very much in force, and that the Moon landings had yet to happen, but still...
And the landed Galileo III on the 'poisoned chalice' world of Eden is possibly the only reason you could get me to ever watch "The Way to Eden"...
Even though the Cold War was on, it wouldn't have surprised me to see a Gagarin, Titov, Leonov or Tereshkova. Roddenberry was very much about mankind eventually outgrowing nationalism.
And I'm with you on "Way to Eden". In the remastered version, we also have a rare look at a "civilian" Federation ship, the "Space Cruiser Aurora".
Seem's there are as many Galileo Shuttles as there are Enterprises in Trekdom!
I also recently suggested he model the D'Deridex warbird, since it's hardly touched by anyone, in terms of modeling... he said he could do it, but he couldn't offer an exact deadline.