Saturday, August 1, 2020

Starship Symbols Book

I've compiled a book of the symbols and room blocks I created in AutoCAD for the Starship Geomorphs book into a PDF for anyone who has an interest in that sort of thing. I'm also including the AutoCAD .DWG file and .CTB lineweight file for those who may want to try their hand at drawing their own starship deck plans in my style.

>> CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE STARSHIP SYMBOLS BOOK AND CAD FILES <<

Enjoy!

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UPDATE 8/05/2020 - The CAD file is saved in AutoCAD R2004. I've added an additional
file in R2000 for those with older versions of AutoCAD. I've also added an 8 1/12" x 11"
Starship Deck Plan Template PDF.
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14 comments:

  1. Very cool! I will have to try to convert some of these to Illustrator

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  2. I get a no access error when I try to download the files.

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    1. I don't know what to tell you. I just checked it and no one else has mentioned having a problem. If you email me at pearcedesignstudio@gmail.com I'll email you a copy of the files directly.

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  3. Great stuff! You've been VERY busy! The Autocad files that I see in the download, what Autocad revision are they saved to? I have an old copy of Autocad (circa 2002) which I use to do deck plans. Will yours be compatible?

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  4. I have since tried and they are incompatible. Any chance of a set saved in ACAD 200 format?

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    1. The original file is saved as Release 2004. I've added an additional file that has been saved as R2000. The original link should work for the new file.

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    2. Perfect, it works. This is like a deck planner's paradise. Everything at hand, to put in whatever you need. Thank you.

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  6. Some great stuff. Can you add your plot style as well for probably plotting? Please and Thank you.

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    1. The .CTB contains all the lineweight information and is already posted with the other files. Unless I am misinterpreting your question that should be all you need. I plot to Adobe PDF (Adobe PDF Converter - Windows System Driver - by Autodesk), but most any PDF converter should work. Is that what you are referring to?

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    3. Was the ctb file there the whole time and a just read over the file names too quickly and missed it? Sorry about that.

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