Few days ago I've started writing my own game. Its space simulation/strategy game, but a bit different than most of those on market -> instead of standard shooting/trading game with minor ship ugprades options its fully about starship management. Player will become captain of the ship, he will be moving around it, like Sheppard on Normandy in Mass Effect, or Player on Ebony Hawk in Knight of the Old Republic, and only decide where to fly, and what to do (not piloting it himself) with a lot of crew management, storage management, rich research tree, and upgrade possibilities, but only with limited space (Player cannot enlarge the ship). Trading, Ground missions etc will be only an events which player can trigger, and manage, but not take part in them himself.
I've started making this game using Ogre3D engine and C#, already did the moving character (without textures yet), and a research console where i started writing of research engine (it will be quite uniqe).
I would llke you guys and girls if you ofcourse could help me, to draw a basic blueprint of a ship (it doesnt need any technical skills, just a bit of imagination - it also doesnt need to have exact sizes - just overall idea where is which room, and how to travel between them. Below i wrote all rooms that will be required. Game will be freeware and opensource, so for the author of blueprint that i will use in a game i cant offer more than beeing listed in game credits, but I hope someone will help anyway
Control Room (bridge),
Engine Room (or more if f.e. engines will be on both sides of ship),
O2 Recycling Room,
H2O Recycling Room,
Storerooms (at least 8, and at least one must be large enough to fit a shuttle later in a game).
If it will be more than one level ship, than also stairs or/and elevator. Please dont do more than 3 levels of a ship - I don't want it to be too large.
If someone don't want to draw a ship, but want to make some addition what kind of room is not listed here and can be required at a starship or any other suggestions, i also would be grateful for sharing..
Regards and sorry for my English,