I originally wanted to make a video presentation, but after searching and searching for a screen recording software that didn't require me to jailbreak my ipad, I've concluded that for now I need to just stick to sharing screencaps (but if anyone reading this can point me in the direction of a screen recording app for my ipad with IOS 7, then please let me know in the comments).
I decided to have a half-open hatch, so that entering the ship is a bit more convenient, as well as the exterior being more realistic. I'm really happy with how it ended up looking (originally I had two sets of doors before I came to this conclusion).
Moving inside, we are (of course) first met with the cargo bay. I was very specific when creating the stairs that they mimicked the direction each stair took, and where everything lead (I looked up scenes to make sure I did it as correctly as I could). The upstairs is taken from the staircase leading up to the crew area, looking at one of the shuttle doors (I did not take any screen captures of the shuttles interior as that is really minimalistic.
And finally, let's just include a screen capture of cows in the cargo bay, in honor of Shindig.
Moving onto the passenger area, we see the outline of the Infirmary to the left, and the general lounge area to the right. In the background (and more up close in the second photo) we see the staircase leading up to the passenger bunks (a compromise to allow for a better exterior shape and not necessarily true to the real layout of the area).
We see the Infirmary from the other side, as well as the staircase leading to the upper level (there's also one in the cargo bay that you just don't see from the angles those photos were taken).
Let's move to the upper level, starting with the engine room in the back. As you can see I once again decided to use lava to give it a glow effect.
Moving a little bit forward, we get to the kitchen. The furnishing is a bit minimalistic, just the kitchen and cupboard to the right, and the lounge area to the left. I opted not to add that larger middle table to give it more of a flow. I might change it around later on.
I decided not to make an actual capture of the crew bunks, since they really are minimally decorated (but they all have a bed and a couple of shelves). The helm, as you can see is also minimally decorated, but I did make sure I included that storage room (which we never got to see in the show, apart from Zoe coming up the stairs from it).
Finally I just wanted to show off the hallway taken from the helm, looking all the way back to the engine room. And show off one of the two airlock passages, complete with two hatches to keep it real.