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USS Enterprise-1701-D
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Space, The Final Frontier......

USS Enterprise - NCC-1701-D is a 24th-century starship in the TV Star Trek series: The Next Generation

Length: 642.5 metres (2,108 ft)

Sensors and processing systems: Galaxy class computer core

Height: 195.26 metres (640.6 ft)

Launched: October 4, 2361

Complement: 1,014 Officers, enlisted, scientists & civilian family members

Commissioned: February 26, 2364

Propulsion: Galaxy Class matter/antimatter warp drive 2 x warp nacelles 3 x fusion impulse engines

Model built from Youtube instruction video by LEGO_MOCkingj

Watch out for the up coming Star Trek IV Animation

https://youtu.be/5r7FnztV6Hc
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Samino
3 months ago
Very nice!
Qwerty7556
3 months ago
Still the best Star Trek show.
Markal
3 months ago
Amazing Renders by Renderbricks.
Markal
3 months ago
New Render. Renderbricks up-ing the standards here.
Renderbricks
3 months ago
I will do a tutorial with this model to give some tips about lighting and how to use passes (with 2.80) for the glow effects in the Blender compositing. Please be patient. It might take a while.
Markal
3 months ago
Look forward to it. I 'had a go' but I can see it is not as successful as yours.
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