This is the bridge of the Starship Enterprise from Star Trek the Next Generation! The galaxy-class Starfleet flagship under command of Jean Luc Picard is faced with a long due dilemma...
About this creation
Engineer Geordi LaForge and lieutenant commander Data, two of the most brilliant minds of the galaxy - or rather brilliant mind and brilliant positronic net - are working on a solution to equilibrate the tangantial boson flux when using a hyper quantum capacitator to boil an egg.
As allways, ensign Wesley Crusher knows best, and fixes the problem. And everyone on the Enterprise is just sick and tired of the naive prodigy.
A shipwide poll was held to decide where they would transport Wesley Crusher and maroon him.
This is where they voted to beam down ensign Wesley Crucher to:
In the brick floods of Stavrulon Beta's carnivorous jungle.
I was long undecided on what to display on the view screen. For a long time I was set on a mosaic of sorts, until I was starved for building scenery.
I studied a lot of pictures of the Enterprise bridge, and managed to come up with something not entirely unlike the Enterprise bidge. Sadly, there are tons of details I could not stuff in it, but then again, there are a lot that worked out rather nicely.
This is not a work in progress, I am not building a whole Enterprise, it would be gigantic... A Star Trek MOC was something long overdue, I just never had a good idea what to build; there are already so many beautiful Star Trek MOCs out there!
Excellent design. Even though some parts are missing, and certain color schemes are off, this is one of the BEST bridge renderings I've ever seen, and the jungle display for the view screen is brilliant! Lovely work! You've done TNG proud. =3
I like it
November 10, 2013
Incredible job, youve done here! Best dude is Geordi La Forge with his vision aid. ;PP
Fantastically accurate Vlad! Love how you did the walls with the white boxes and the inset plates, gives it real depth and texture. The fact that you marooned Wesley makes me giddy with pleasure. The scene through the main view screen is absolutely perfect. Spectacular work, looks like it was extremely tricky to get the smooth look. Excellent!