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Created as a visual guide for the Star Trek: Theurgy writers. UPDATE: This updated version was a collaboration between me, Arista and Alexander Richardson, who also made the Theurgy's MSD. Wit...

Created as a visual guide for the Star Trek: Theurgy writers. UPDATE: This updated version was a collaboration between me, Arista and Alexander Richardson, who also made the Theurgy's MSD. Wit...

Senior Officers' Quarters | Star Trek: Theurgy by Auctor-Lucan on DeviantArt

Description A cut-away view of the Theurgy's shared quarters for NCOs. The raw base image was made by Bobye2 for Star Trek: Theurgy in Zoner Calisto 4, and then expanded and edited by yours truly in Zoner Calisto 5 and Photoshop CS5. UPDATE: I love the images in Star Trek Fact Files showing the interiors of the ships on the shows, and I noticed how they conveyed a sense of scale by adding officers to them. With this in mind, I have now done so for our own interior images as well, and along…

Star Trek: Theurgy | Below Decks Lounge by Auctor-Lucan

UPDATE: A cut-away view of the Below Decks Lounge on the USS Theurgy. The raw base image was made by Bobye2 for Star Trek: Theurgy in Zoner Ca... Star Trek: Theurgy | Below Decks Lounge

ArtStation - Armored USS Voyager (Star Trek: Voyager), Robert Bonchune

This is the Bridge of the Patagonia, an Excelsior-Class starship. The design is completely original, but based in elements and materials from different Star Trek movies. In-universe, the USS Patagonia is a large capital ship commissioned in the 2290's. Created entirely using Free and Open Source Software (Blender and Inkscape) on Ubuntu Linux.

100 Interesting Facts About Star Trek

1. Some of the male background characters in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' can be seen wearing skirts. This was explained as "a logical development, given the total equality of the sexes presumed to exist in the 24th century."