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Pegasus December 29 2008 12:47 AM

Cannonising the Kelvin
 
Avery Class Concept,and registries by Richard Martin. Parallel development of Kelvin/Saladin Conversion by Kenneth Thomson Jr. based on original 3d Studio model by Thomas Phong.

If you can convert the pictures below into proper diagrams, please pm me.


http://i189.photobucket.com/albums/z...elopment-1.jpg

AVERY CLASS TOS and TMP
(CONJECTURAL CLASS AND NAMES)
(NOTE: SOME NAMES ARE FROM JACKILL'S SHIPS OF THE FLEET VOLUME1, MOVED FROM THE 500'S DOWN, and FASA).

Ships with no text after it have either been placed in scapyards or given to Federation civilian organizations.
NCC 450 AVERY Missing in action.
NCC 451 MARTIN
NCC 452 KENT
NCC 453 LITTORIO
NCC 454 TRENT
NCC 455 TICONDEROGA LOST IN THE LINE OF DUTY.
NCC 456 GUANNADA
NCC 457 ALLEYNE Destroyed in Romulan war
NCC 458 DIEKMAN
NCC 459 STRONG
NCC 460 WILKES
NCC 461 HARLEY
NCC 462 BROOKINGS LOST IN THE LINE OF DUTY.
NCC 463 QUIGLEY
NCC 464 JOYNER
NCC 465 THOMASON Destroyed in Romulan war.
NCC 466 MCWHIRTER Destroyed in Romulan war.
NCC 467 LINCOLN
NCC 468 HAGGERTY
NCC 469 PACKARD Destroyed in Romulan war.
NCC 470 NIXON Destroyed in Romulan war.
NCC 471 CLAXTON
NCC 472 BISMARK
NCC 473 RANCOR
NCC 474 LEYAND Refit
NCC 475 MURREL
NCC 476 DANLEY Missing in action.
NCC 477 EARL Missing in action.
NCC 478 TREHLOW
NCC 479 LEBLANC Refit
NCC 480 WAYLANDER
NCC 481 LEANING TOWER LOST IN THE LINE OF DUTY.
NCC 482 BAVARIA
NCC 483 LEGENTIUM
NCC 484 TURNER
NCC 485 FITZGERALD Missing in action.
NCC 486 COLEBAUGH
NCC 487 ROBBINER
NCC 488 BOUDICCA Destroyed in Romulan war
NCC 489 MOORE
NCC 490 CASTLEORD Refit
NCC 491 NASPYPANY
NCC 492 NEAL
NCC 493 T'LORRA Refit Missing in action.
NCC 494 EARHEART
NCC 495 BETRAS
NCC 496 CANNON Refit Museumed.
NCC 497 SUDRIAN Refit
NCC 498 CAWLEY
NCC 499 AUSTRALIA Refit
NCC 514 KELVIN New TMP Ship. New TMP Ship later retrofitted in the 26th century for warp coil/feild tests.

http://s189.photobucket.com/albums/z...AveryClass.png

http://s189.photobucket.com/albums/z...efitSidevi.jpg

MisterPL December 29 2008 01:00 AM

Re: Cannonising the Kelvin
 
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Pegasus wrote: (Post 2447622)

Tweety?

Considering all the problems WB and CBS are having at the moment, I'm not sure that's such a wise choice. Maybe things will improve in the future?

The Wormhole December 29 2008 01:08 AM

Re: Cannonising the Kelvin
 
I honestly don't know what it is you're going on about, but you did the registry numbers the right way, so that makes you okay in my books.:techman:

Pegasus December 29 2008 01:37 AM

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MisterPL wrote: (Post 2447669)
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Pegasus wrote: (Post 2447622)

Tweety?

Considering all the problems WB and CBS are having at the moment, I'm not sure that's such a wise choice. Maybe things will improve in the future?

It's in the same style as those on the Starfleet Museum website. It was the first one that came to mind, and it was that or a really crappy looking clip art bird feeder thing.

"I thought I saw Bird Of Prey".

And thankyou Wormhole! :) It's a class in canon for the Kelvin to belong to developed by me and Kenneth Thomson Jr.

Pendragon December 29 2008 01:53 AM

Re: Cannonising the Kelvin
 
Give me a cannon and I'll cannonize the Kelvin. Otherwise, can we please spell 'canon' correctly?

Whew...

Pegasus December 29 2008 01:57 AM

Re: Cannonising the Kelvin
 
Sorry, I have dsylrexsia

Kpnuts December 29 2008 02:12 AM

Re: Cannonising the Kelvin
 
The registry number of the Kelvin has a zero preceeding it, you forgot to take account of that fact

trekkerguy December 29 2008 02:15 AM

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Kpnuts wrote: (Post 2447866)
The registry number of the Kelvin has a zero preceeding it, you forgot to take account of that fact

Yup, your ship can't be canon. You left out the zero and are
raping my fond memories of a proper registry number on my ship.

As for the Kelvin being "Canonized", once it's on screen it's canon.

Therin of Andor December 29 2008 03:13 AM

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Pegasus wrote: (Post 2447837)
Sorry, I have dsylrexsia

Dyslexics untie!

Admiral Buzzkill December 29 2008 04:47 AM

Re: Cannonising the Kelvin
 
I like Kenneth's design and model a lot, but this has nothing to do with "canonizing" the Kelvin.

The Kelvin is - or shortly will be - canon, just as it is. This TOS-ish design is not canon, and there's no specific reason to think that it ever will be.

What's being done with this variant is just redesigning the Kelvin out of TOS components in order to make it fit more comfortably with what we're used to seeing these ships look like on TV. Canonicity simply doesn't enter into it.

Rķu rķu, chķu December 29 2008 05:03 AM

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Starship Polaris wrote: (Post 2448175)
I like Kenneth's design and model a lot, but this has nothing to do with "canonizing" the Kelvin.

The Kelvin is - or shortly will be - canon, just as it is. This TOS-ish design is not canon, and there's no specific reason to think that it ever will be.

What's being done with this variant is just redesigning the Kelvin out of TOS components in order to make it fit more comfortably with what we're used to seeing these ships look like on TV. Canonicity simply doesn't enter into it.

Don't let Badass Robau see this. He'd lay the smackdown on the whole universe. :evil:

Admiral Buzzkill December 29 2008 05:05 AM

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Babaganoosh wrote: (Post 2448209)
Don't let Badass Robau see this. He'd lay the smackdown on the whole universe. :evil:

ROBAU: "Canonize this, mofo!"

Red Ranger December 29 2008 05:09 AM

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Pegasus wrote: (Post 2447837)
Sorry, I have dsylrexsia

Pegasus,

Sorry to hear that. It does remind me of an old joke:

How does a dyslexic insomniac agnostic pass the time?

He sits up all night wondering if there really is a Dog!

Ba-dump-dump!

To really "cannonize" the Kelvin, you have to mount a bunch of turrets on it that fire photon cannonballs!

Red Ranger

Samuel T. Cogley December 29 2008 05:17 AM

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I don't really worry too much about canon.

If I like it, it's in. If not, it's out. So easy! :techman:

Admiral Buzzkill December 29 2008 05:18 AM

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Samuel T. Cogley wrote: (Post 2448253)
If I like it, it's in. If not, it's out. So easy!

My girlfriend has the same attitude.


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