I would like to say goodbye to this account. From now on, nothing new shall be posted
here. It was a good account with a good history. It began with my ancient drawings of
Harry Potter characters and it grew to be a Trek site followed by many. It made me meet
amazing people, friends, allies, mentors, a new layer of family.
Due to recent events you probably know about, I shall start anew on a new account.
Those who know me will know how to find me. Nobody can get rid of David Metlesits!
As of now, farewell to ~davemetlesits (https://www.deviantart.com/davemetlesits) , but not to you, my friends. Just keep your
This was David metlesits
I have thought through some stuff. I really needed to. I had a good night's sleep and some self-baked cheesecake for the effect, and I came to a decision: from now on, I shall use my self-built models only. I had to learn the hard way... maybe my modelling skills will also improve via this hard way. I'll try to make the best ouf of what remained. You'll see, I promise.
Those, who follow my work, await my grand return. It'll be here, shortly.
His splendid exaltedness
The utmost venerable
Senior Captain of the First Fleet
Sheep makto of Pandora
Master of Beasts
Capo di tutti Capi of Sicil
This is David Metlesits speaking to the 3D Community around the World Wide Web. I wish to make this following statement: I was, and I am, guilty. I'm sorry I have caused so much trouble to people I respect, people I know to possess skills I will perhaps never be able to match. What I did was partly conscious and partly sub-conscious. Those who know me know my motivation that stands behind my concepts of three-dimensional models. I won't lie to you: they are indeed influenced by Lenin's writings. For this, I am maybe your bear in the woods, to live with a Nixonian phrase. I did what I thought was right, perhaps out of ignorance concerning the
Greetings, fellow Star Trek fans!
I finally updated my 3D model upload account, ~metlesitsfleetyards (https://www.deviantart.com/metlesitsfleetyards) . Four new TOS meshes were added and, I hope so, more are coming. Don't waste your time, grab them for some trek around the stars!
Hi folks! I was thinking about this for a few days. I managed to build a little theory on how to manage theoretical countries on a social level. Here it is:
Level 1: The elite
They are the ones who have diploma from an university or any other high level educational institution. They have full voting rights and are the ones entitled to elect the government.
Level 2: The middle-class
They are the ones who have succeeded in the Matura or any other high school leaving exam. They have limited right to vote and are entitled to elect the local government (Mayor, etc.)
Level 3: The plebs
They are the ones who have only primary education or less
You folks know that I can't draw to save my life. That's wky I kindly ask any artist who can draw me a concept image of a Gormogon alien from my Polaris stories to draw it for me. In return, I can do any render you want.
PM me for a verbal description of the Gormogon if you're interested.
...who scare the crap out of you!
The geek I am, I'm over many TV shows, books, movies, many of them featuring bad guys who are just more than the standard bad guy of the week. This is my top 10 list of them.
The evil overlord of the Harry Potter series, before he became a stupid Bond villain in the last book. In Books 4 and 5, he was scary as hell!
Garrett Dillahunt's amazing Terminator badass from TSCC. A cunning, intelligent villain with his own agenda that sometime opposes Skynet. Plus, that cold Terminator professionalism.
Stephen King's titular demon car. For me, it is an icon of eternal ev
Or "what you leave behind the aft"
USS Enterprise NCC-1701: "Honk if you're horny for the Captain!"
USS Enterprise refit: "Still the only ship in the sector."
USS Reliant: "KHANtastic!"
USS Enterprise-A: "All-Federation Geriatric Groove."
USS Excelsior: "Starfleet's finest bucket of bolts!"
USS Enterprise-B: "The Tuesday Machine."
USS Enterprise-C: "I slept with Tasha Yar and all I got was lousy Romulans".
USS Enterprise-D: "To baldly go..."
Deep Space Nine: "We boldly sit where no one has sat before."
USS Defiant: "I stopped counting after 300 Dominion warships."
USS Voayger: "Don't follow us, we're lost too."
No, not the novel of Bernhard Schlink, nor the movie adaptation. Although I read it and man, it sucked!
Anyway, this is not the current topic. I bought an e-book reader. It's the Hanlin V3, re-branded as Koobe in Hungary. It was a bit costy, 87000 Forints (about 480 USD), but it's sure fun. As for I have hundreds of e-books and my eyes were on the werge of boiling due to them being read on the PC monitor, it's a great relief for me.
I know that there are many models available in the West, so it's more easy for most of you guys. I really suggest buying an e-book reader, for it's really practical.