Starship Dimensions: Battlestar Galactica (TOS) Part 2

Battlestar Galactica


Space Ship Dimensions

or

“what size is your ship ?”

continued 2

I thought I mistakenly deleted these images sometime ago while not paying much attention to what I was doing, you can imagine my delight when I found them on a back up disk, It was to show the scale of a Battlestar along side a Cylon base-ship. I forget the scale I gave the base-ship

1Here is the Galactica and a Base-ship with the Enterprise in the frame to help establish scale. Galactica by Folkrm, Enterprise By Dennis Bailey, Cylon BaseShip by Raffs

2Head on view

4

Side approach

4 thoughts on “Starship Dimensions: Battlestar Galactica (TOS) Part 2

  1. evil_genius_180 March 12, 2012 / 5:44 pm

    I don’t know about this one. The windows on the Basestar seem awfully big compared to the windows on Galactica and Enterprise. Size wise, it appears to fit what they did on the series, but the scale seems wrong.

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    • Taranis March 12, 2012 / 6:17 pm

      Its a problem I had with the scaling of the Base-ship, possibly get away with reducing it a little more
      (what do machine need with windows anyway)…….

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  2. tom March 20, 2012 / 11:00 am

    I like that your rendering. It’s pretty fun to play with comparisons.

    I think Enterprise looks too small. You have the Galactica Bridge section almost as large as the entire Enterprise saucer section.

    =)

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    • Taranis March 20, 2012 / 11:35 am

      Its surprising when you see it the first time.
      but based on the scale for the Enterprise NCC-1701 is 1000ft or 304.8m
      and the scale given by both Glen A Larson and John Dykstra 6080 or 1853.184m

      I scaled these using my 3d program (lightwave) and I was surprised, but it (at least for me) looks right.

      Thanks for the comment.

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