A Starship Control Center
As per usual, still a work in progress. I’ve tried to put them into some logical order, though they were rendered in a very different manner. This is why some images may look markedly incomplete despite where they rest.
The view aft (effectively wide-angle), towards most of the main stations.
Port side turbolift, communications, and environmental control (left to right).
Central command area, complete with the captain’s chair and the ship’s main helm and navigation station.
Down in the recess near the helm station.
Looking back forward towards the ship’s main viewscreen.
Helm and navigation station from above.
Main astrogator for plotting course and maneuvering the ship.
Heading aft looking starboard. Visible over the central command area (left to right) is the internal security station, the main engineering station, and the science officer’s station.
The modular nature of bridge stations allows for a number of configurations. This ship has the science officer’s station directly behind the captain’s chair.
Still looking starboard in a more forward direction, one can see the damage and repair control station just to the left of internal security. Artificial gravity control is visible to the far left.
The science officer’s station has extendable side consoles which hold considerably more controls and indicators than a single standard console could manage.
That same science station with the side consoles retracted.
From starboard looking aft, two turbolift access points aid in the overall efficiency of bridge entrance and egress.
Lighting on ship tries (to some degree) to mimic the natural day/night cycles of the crew majority’s primary home world. Thus, late night duty shifts can get pretty dim, but the station’s control indicators continue to glow brilliantly.
The bridge’s engineering control station, a duplicate of the chief engineer’s control station in the ship’s main engineering section, and the most direct means of communicating status between the bridge and engineering sections.