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Drakon May 27th, 2020 12:44 AM

Work in Progess
 
Some pictures of the Harriman, a work in progress.
Passenger deck forward: https://gyazo.com/a14ec5c9635835b600cc15c1bad00bc0
https://gyazo.com/86c1fd735ac004c7cddea3fcd6a56df6

Lower Cargo Deck:
https://gyazo.com/3c62b9134bf664fbfdf7605eac1883ed
https://gyazo.com/f71c5f501d0d0efd548facf5da54f318

Whole ship:
https://gyazo.com/f02d33cd85d9b9998d2d092b385f0c88
https://gyazo.com/ecdcffe865779fdd03c6a355812b8d7d
https://gyazo.com/92900ea24ef72cbaf4c6ea994e609319

Drakon May 27th, 2020 12:48 AM

Work in progress
 
These are some gzayo shots of the Harriman, a work in progress

Crew Commons:
https://gyazo.com/54975f2cec23a7b67a06456a46df60b6
https://gyazo.com/1e267de98b285b1bd5abba2c43ed6f32

Captain's Cabin:
https://gyazo.com/f0569eadf0e4069ae75be2a9e271b435
https://gyazo.com/b1b4640890acc1dc96dca4b3194b555b

coliver988 May 27th, 2020 08:23 AM

complete with wood paneling! You are embracing the 70's Classic Traveller and classic home decor styles at the same time :)

(did a quick check and apparently wood paneling was popular from the 50's to the 70's. And growing up, there was a lot of avocado green appliances if I recall, so maybe you can stash a washer/dryer in avocado green in the commons)

Drakon May 27th, 2020 06:18 PM

Washers and dryers are for ashore. That is not panelling, that is the cabintry and the furniture. The furniture is wood, the island countertop is a substance called "Marblelite" same strength as stone at 1/3 the weight.

Wood is a strong, lightweight, easy to work material that is easily repaired or replaced even in very low tech level enviroments. Some woods smell good and will attract passengers, but I use it anyway. And wood is a LOT more homey than plastic or metal.

As for avacodo green, I am looking at more of a harvest gold colors for the crew areas. But it might look good in the passenger areas. Yeah I know the refrigerator is purple right now.. working on that :)

Condottiere May 27th, 2020 06:23 PM

https://www.galacticalchemygirl.com/...ood-candle.jpg

coliver988 May 28th, 2020 10:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Drakon (Post 613068)
Washers and dryers are for ashore. That is not panelling, that is the cabintry and the furniture. The furniture is wood, the island countertop is a substance called "Marblelite" same strength as stone at 1/3 the weight.

Wood is a strong, lightweight, easy to work material that is easily repaired or replaced even in very low tech level enviroments. Some woods smell good and will attract passengers, but I use it anyway. And wood is a LOT more homey than plastic or metal.

As for avacodo green, I am looking at more of a harvest gold colors for the crew areas. But it might look good in the passenger areas. Yeah I know the refrigerator is purple right now.. working on that :)

cool. Though I would put washers & dryers in there anyway: some ports may not have public facilities for clothes handling. After a few weeks of wearing the same thing - huh, that explains the high cost of life support: you need really good air scrubbers!

And some passengers, if you have any high passage ones though not likely, may require fresh bedding each day. I usually have a combo unit that washes & dries (and they do exist now) in the commons area.

Drakon May 28th, 2020 09:42 PM

Not a bad idea, but I think I am going to put the washer/dryer on the back burner for now. Could probably put it in a corner of the cargo bay, I like the commons the way it is...

My personal view of passengers is I prefer cargo that didn't complain. But not a bad point.

Yesterday, I started the design of the Freshers for the passenger cabins, laying them out on the floor, and a meter and a half is just shy of 5 feet. It is a lot more space than you would think.

Jame May 29th, 2020 06:27 PM

Washer/dryers could be part of the refreshers.

By TL 10 or so we'll probably be able to condense a bunchof this stuff.

Condottiere May 29th, 2020 06:40 PM

Shower with your clothes on; when you finish, you and your suit get blow dried.

BRJN May 29th, 2020 11:20 PM

TL-8 air recyclers: Wall covered in ivy, with a few flowers for decoration. Also disposes of some sewage. Karl comes from a family that ran a greenhouse; they bred the stock for sucking down CO2 and pumping out oxygen. Every spring it makes the whole crew area smell nice.


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