Jules Verne’s Nautilus

Its that time again when I start to read or listen (as audiobooks are easier on the eyes) to one of my favourite books, so I started rereading “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” and dug out this image from 2015. as I just cannot get into a new spaceship model at the moment, I am thinking of returning to this design interior, but steering clear of the magnificent Victorian look of Harper Goff’s Disney design, so once again this magnificent journey has grabbed my attention. I was never happy with my quick solution for the Air Reservoir’s for the next cutaway it will be more detailed and better explained, that is the intention anyway.

The Nautilus is described as having a cylindrical hull 70 meters long and 8 meters in diameter, which I have indicated with this outline, and I could just about fit all the internal settings as described by Jules Verne on one level (the mid section), that could house the cabins of Professor Aronnax (2.5 meters long) which would have room for a simple bunk, writing deck, chair wardrobe and adjoining W.C with show, working back then to Captain Nemo larger room (5 meters long) with a work area and W.C. that could contain a bath.

Moving back we have the salon (10 meters long) with the large portholes for viewing the undersea world, this room doubles for museum, that has art and marine collection of some significant value, next is a dining room (5 meters long) of some elegance and adjoining that is the Library (5 meters long) containing 12,000 books.

We are now at the midpoint of the submarine where you will find a spiral staircase connecting 3 level the size of this central section is not given this area connects to other smaller rooms that house the galley & some storage rooms, where I have placed our other two passengers Ned Land and Conseil as they travel 20,000 leagues under the sea’s, moving further back we have a large W.C or bathhouse for the crew which I have estimated at 12 men can bunk comfortably. Then there is the batteries and engine machine area.

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Constitution-Class Registry – Revisited

Constitution-Class Registry

-Revisited-

This is my latest and “last” work on the registry unless some new information is discovered.

The Constitution-class starships, which were also known as Starship-class 1 or Class I Heavy Cruisers, were the premier front-line Starfleet vessels in the latter half of the 23rd century. They were designed for long duration missions with minimal outside support and are best known for their celebrated missions of galactic exploration and diplomacy which typically lasted up to five years.

I also decided not to include NCC-1865 TASHIK-SOTRA in this list, you could assume that more Constitution class ships where built later.. after the first run had 21 ships constructed in my imagination.

This is the latest list with minor revisions and inclusions after a few suggestions and as Greg Jein once said about his list also featured in the image. “You are, of course, free to regard this with approval, disapproval, or indifference”.

Starbase 13 Phalanx

…I don’t often render Art images..

I mostly just renders to show of designs. but I was goofing around with this scene and added stars and planet Epsilon III by David cgc and this was the result .. I liked it and decided to post
Starbase 13
was a Federation Starbase located on the edge of the Federation Phalanx, It also was the destination in the Star Trek Novel
Enterprise: The First Adventure It was not trying to create a real space scene as I said, I was just playing with the scene and the result was something I liked.

 

Last Post for Star-base 13

Well a little play with the title, but its my last post for these designs, for the time being, I have the need for a new project and I am looking at a few ideas, but I will be back to it in the near future.