On Star Trek Online, recently remastered –revisited the Excelsior Class also its variant have been update in which it hulling looks remarkable incredible detail toward the Transwarp USS Excelsior NX-2000, Excelsior Class that was seen in the third Star Trek Movie” Search for Spock” also its’ Hulling plating was used in the Star Trek VI “The Undiscovered Country” under the captaincy of Captain Hikaru Sulu – George Takei of the NCC-2000….
There’s been many Variants of the Excelsior class revisited, in which is the USS Enterprise B in which its retrofit with new sleeker engineering hull, warp nacelles, pylon saucer configuration… for heavy extensive mission specifications in which Captain Hikaru Sulu’s Daughter captain, Captain Demora Sulu-
The recent new revisited- remastered hulling was inspired by the works of Tobias Richter whom inspired other great, brilliant artistic works used in Star Trek Online in which one of his works was the retentions of the Excelsior Class with high detail articulate resolution Aztec panelling in which brings the ship alive realistically giving that metallic texturing..
As you customise your Advance Heavy Cruiser, at the Shipyards Customisation officer nearby, there’s also new Excelsior class engineering hull in which apart there’s like a dome arboretum at the back of the rear of the Engineering hull main hanger.. There’s a new Livery in which is the Class Transwarp NX-2000 Excelsior livery used in The Search for Spock, named Regula.. As new Hulling texturing goes there’s Excelsior NX with Type 8, Type 8b…
As when I began retailoring my tier six Excelsior-Resolute variant –Advance Heavy Cruiser.. In which typically going from the Highly detail Panelling of Type seven.. Coming across with switching Type eight or eight B… The look of the ship becomes softer with feminine tones, like dressing in a coral pastel coloured pallet wrap summery dress that type of feel of texturing… Rather than the previous Hulling types of before seven in which is like dressing in a dark metallic textured dress for work in the office… in which I love the Coral pastel hull texturing which feels very summery adaptive with the softer pastel colours tones when colour livery the ship..