Star Trek Chain of Attack

It has been some time since my last post, I have not been very active modelling or rendering wise. most recent a trip to Spain, while I was away I reread Star Trek Chain of Attack by Gene DeWeese 32nd in the sequence for the TOS Era,

While mapping a series of gravitational anomalies, the USS Enterprise is suddenly hurled millions of light years through space, into a distant galaxy of scorched and lifeless worlds… into the middle of an endless interstellar war.With no way back home, the crippled starship finds itself under relentless and suicidal attack by both warring fleets! And Captain Kirk must gamble the lives of his crew on his ability to stop a war that has raged for centuries – and ravaged a galaxy…

I decided to have a go at a tribute cover, using my re-imagined USS Enterprise rather than the classic.

I also went back and reworked the aft windows on the teardrop section of the primary hull just below the bridge. instead of 2 windows I gave it 3 windows and added some basic features.

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My name is Gerard Duffy I like to create CGI models & original designs in Lightwave3d most based on Film & TV shows check out each of the designs in CATEGORIES selection below this profile. I no longer participate in Fan film efforts
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2 Responses to Star Trek Chain of Attack

  1. I like the change to the windows. The covers also look good. That original cover is kind of funny. TOS uniforms with a TMP ship with wrong looking nacelles.

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