Play Star Trek Future Tense First! Comeptition Enclosed - Contest
Posted by: IKS_Yo_Mama on 01-07-2008 @ 03:34 - Source: Creator
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Star Trek Future Tense Competition
With Future Tense on the way to release, I'm holding a competition to grant 1 lucky winner the ability to play the final Future Tense Beta when it launches to: test, play and have fun a MONTH before it's officially launched to the http://www.
You must Design a race unit for Future Tense II:
This can include the following:
- Starfleet (NX Period)
- Federation (Constitution Through to the Wells Class)
- Klingon (Kirk's Era through to Future Tense I)
- Romulan (Enterprise-B TMP ERA - 29th Century)
- Gorn (Oriignal Series Era)
- Tholian (Enterprise - TNG Era)
- Orion (29th Century Era)
- Cardassians (Enterprise B TMP Era - Future Tense I)
NOTE: Future Tense I is 2409
- Design the U.S.S. Enterprise - NCC-1701-G
- The ship is a new class, first of her kind and of a fresh and bold design linnage. The ship must come with a full design and ship history such as crew compliments, speed, armaments, size, et au.
Both Pieces must include full view angles : Top, Bottom, Side, Front, Back
Only 1 set of entries per person.
If you want to resubmit, you void your previous submissions.
CLOSING DATE: MARCH 1st
All Entries to be posted in this thread, or emailed to me at : adamkitchin2001[AT]yahoo.com
The Winner will be announced shortly after the closure when the FT team vote on the designs submitted.
All designs MUST BE ORIGINAL.
You get Future Tense Beta Access to the final game 1 Month before Launch + BOTH Your designs are made for Future Tense II
Your designs are made for Future Tense II + 48 Hour pre-launch access to Future Tense
Your Designs are made for Future Tense II
Best of luck
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Total comments: 5 | Last comment: 01-23-2008 at 15:45
Joined: February 24th, 2006
|So... Do you have to design both or just one option? |
Joined: March 3rd, 2003
That's a good point, I hope that can be answered soon.
This contest sounds very good, no doubts it will have many participants... I may do it but it is too bad 8472 do not participate, it would have a chance to show some of my never-before-seen bioships
From: (New York City)
Joined: February 5th, 2005
|In the designs, do you want a black and white wireframe spec-type drawing, a blueprint drawing, a hand-drawn scanned-to-pc sketch or just a picture of what it would look like ingame (i.e photoshopped)? |
When I posted the info I was a bit confused myself..
Joined: December 13th, 2002
You can design 1, but both is adventageous as both designs would be made for Future Tense II.
If the person only has 1 design and wins 1st place, then that model is made for Future Tense II. The 2nd place's duel designs are then made, or the thirds if they have only one. If all three winners have 1 design, then we'll select a forth place winner and organize a prize if that situation arises.
As for the layout or type, I don't mind, but a Spec shot (Top, Bottom, Side, Front, Back) will be needed to acurately build the ships at some stage, though 3D perspected shots are beneficial too. You are limited to one design per item, however you can resubmit before the closure with amendments or with a completely different design. On the closing date there is also no limit on the amount of pictures either, as long as its your original design and not kitbashed from others canon or otherwise (EG: A galaxy class with sovereign nacelles, or Atolm's Warbird with the head of a Mekat Class.
All the submitted designs will be taken in where the Future Tense judging panel (to be announced later) will decide what designs are the best, and what goes through to the winning three.
I'd just also like to point out we'll be grading it on design, not how flash the pictures look, so a pencil drawing could outmatch a 3D 60030929309234 poly model of something if that makes sense. Makes things fair and we are after designs for units rather than pretty pictures. Use whatever you have as mediums, either a computer program or good ol' fashion pen n' paper, all designs are welcomed.
Joined: July 23rd, 2006
|Here's my entry, I'll e-mail some orthographic views when I get time: |
The USS Pioneer NX-9417 (refit version circa 2369)
Originally designed to complement the Ambassador class battleship, the Pioneer class project was ultimately scrapped after 10 vessels were built. Starfleet, in it's wisdom, decided not to waste perfectly good hulls, so the vessels have been refitted over time.
The class was originally deemed too slow due to the large amount of mass used for experimental tritanium hull armour, although propulsion refits have negated this somewhat. The armour was super seeded by much lighter materials but still gives the class impressive hull strength for its size, but at the expense of acceleration and manoeuvrability. The vessel is similar in size and strength to a New-Orleans class cruiser.
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