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Throwback Corridor - South Section

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The goal of the Throwback Corridor is to create a kind of TOS enhanced, a TOS that fits the aesthetic of TOS but is also just a step away from the TMP sets. I started with the layout of the original TOS corridor set and added one small corridor spur that was used a few different times, but often enough that I tossed it in.

First up is the Transporter Room spur. I left the end of the corridor open like it was on TOS, but you can get pretty close to the end without seeing the open sides. 

Next up is a view from the south end of the corridor looking back towards the rest of the set. The red door is the second turbolift. Sickbay is just up on the left. The blue door in the mid point is the entrance to the briefing room. 

Bear in mind I just built the corridors, BUT, my Destroyer Transporter Room fav.me/dbakmr1 and Destroyer Engineering fav.me/dbe4f98 will absolutely fit in with this aesthetically. ;)

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Any chance we could get a view of these with the console palette i.e. the bridge well tan and/or duty station level flooring? I wonder how it would look with tan for the man walkway with duty station gray runners in lieu of a pretty picture to actually explain what I'm on about? hah
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ashleytingerHobbyist Digital Artist
I'll have to build the middle runner carpet (I was bad and didn't quite map the flooring properly but it shouldn't take me long).  Or did you just want one color for the flooring?  I was thinking split carpet like TNG/VOY so the wall parts would be different than the center carpet. 

Did you want to keep the red tops or are those going grey?  I can remodel the doors too ;)
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Something to this effect maybe? The bridge well sand color for the main companionway with duty station gray runners. 

If ya mean my door signage, The red lines seem to work (at least from my eyes) so I would say keep them. What do you think of those btw? need work or good as is?
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Throwback Corridor - Phase II Palette 2 by ashleytinger

Just leaving this here. ;)
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Wow, that really gets broken up there doesn't it? Maybe too much.. The carpet layers would probably demand my head in contemporary times with all of those special cuts haha I am gonna say stick with your previous version with solid tan and your line highlights but what do you think?
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Throwback Corridor - Phase II Palette by ashleytinger

Then I would say this one fits the bill. :)
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Yeah I think if the floor strips weren't there it might be a little bit less of a shock. But the floor strips are oh so TOS Trek. ;)
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Yeah should be easy to pull off I think. 
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Well, I did a quick apply to the different sections without adding a middle carpet. 

Throwback Corridor - Phase II Palette by ashleytinger
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Oops, I sent reply to your stash haha. How tricky would it be to add the gray runners to this scheme? Also, could you send along a snap of the door faces? I want to check my signage against your dimensions. :D
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Bear in mind I can mirror the door so that the cutouts match as opposed to be off center.  

Throwback Corridor - Door by ashleytinger
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AT-door-pattern-signage-1 by JBogguess

Something along these lines? 
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Yup!  Now I had color coded the doors, kind of, to what they were on TOS, but I'm not sure there was ever a rhyme or reason to it. 
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I am not at all sure either, other than to promote color television back in the day maybe haha. I would say the bridge railing red would be fine for most if not all doors.
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lol No worries I can see the replies in stash as well :)
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It's not going to be too hard. I'm modeling out the center 'drop' carpet so I don't have to texture it out instead. 

I can do a door render. I can change out the sign I modeled as well. I just built something that fit the door I'd made. Mostly. lol
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I will have to post the door signage reference sheets next! :D
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ashleytingerHobbyist Digital Artist
LOL Indeed ;)
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ashleytingerHobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! :)
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Damon1984Hobbyist General Artist
I love how this is following the TOS aesthetics, while at the same time, leading the way to the TMP/TNG corridor design. Well done! What would Star Trek be without such clever fan-works? :)
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It's a very, VERY fine line as I found out trying to emulate the TOS look on the Stateroom. Simple, but needs to look futuristic. The trick with this was not to over-complicate it lol

And thank you!
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I totally agree on this.
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