Dedication Class completion

Dedication Class in 3D - final render

After a good deal of time away, I have finally found the chance to put the Dedication Class 3D model to bed. Above is the first proper render, just to make sure the model reflected the concept art. I plan on doing some more original renders soon. I’ll also post the model up for download.

Thank you for all the great comments and emails I’ve had that I haven’t had time to respond to. I hope to rectify this in the coming weeks.

I get many requests for permission to use my models and art for fan sites or related work. I never get chance to respond to all of you. As a general rule, you are all very welcome to use my work as long as my name is mentioned somewhere nearby.

Anyway, back to work…

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10 Responses to Dedication Class completion

  1. Jose Sanchez says:

    Hi just wanted to know when are you going to release the mesh? By the way excellent work!!!

  2. Dan says:

    This is marvelous. Probably the best “unofficial” design I have seen. Your art is stunning!

  3. Alex says:

    I really love this design too – I’ve only just come across it, but I love how it really captures the almost art-deco elegance of the original Enterprise A design. I’m really looking forward to being able to download a mesh for it!

    Best of luck with the baby!

  4. Brad Taylor says:

    Awesome work on this one design and model creation! Beautiful! I am looking forward to the release of the mesh. This will definitely bring Bridge Commander to life again!

  5. StarLord says:

    What a work of ART!
    beautiful design, really like how it looks.
    Wallpaper tier picture you rendered 😉

  6. Brad Taylor says:

    Great news! You’re work is beautiful! Thanks for your hard work.

  7. Richard N says:

    Brilliant design. The art deco design, particularly the bussard scoops, is classic. I can see this from a followup to the utilitarian Constitution class all the way to it’s intended design goal as the Enterprise-F.

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