Hawking Class starship progress




Some progress, at last! Having devoted my time in recent months to Wedding arrangements and designing invites, I got round to adding some textures today to the Hawking Class I posted up at the turn of the year.

Note I am still thinking of adding a bridge…but perhaps the engineers finally realised that they shouldn’t put the command center at one of the more vulnerable parts of a vessel?

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6 Responses to Hawking Class starship progress

  1. Keith says:

    I noticed in the new STAR TREK movie that the Bridge isn't Deck One any more – they lowered it a deck or two to a spot that used to be lit (well, on the TMP-design Enterprise at least) but was turned into the front window/view screen. Wonder what the reasoning was – did they want the transparent view screen, or were they thinking a bit more sensibly?

  2. zoleeka says:

    I like the Hawking class. Interesting, unique design, Enterprise-J -ish warp pylons ^^ and that flagging nose of the saucer :)

  3. Mark Kingsnorth says:

    I named it less to do with Stephen Hawking and more to do with how I thought it looked like a Hawk – with the beak and outstretched wings and such like 😉

  4. Jonathan says:

    Have to say I really like this design, not sure about the lack of a bridge module but as it appears to be a smallish ship then why not as it worked on the Defiant?

  5. Joel says:

    I really do like this concept. It has a sleek beauty to it. Do you have orthos of the vessel. I would love (with you permission) to use this vessel in our club for game play.

    • Mark says:

      Hi there,

      Sorry for the delay in responding. You are more than welcome to use my images from my website. I would appreciate you putting a credit somewhere.

      As for orthos I have a small image I will be releasing soon.

      ~Mark

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