Hell, the perspective used can even say that the Cube in BOBW was still massive and it's just the pursuit speeds and how fast we see them that make it seem smaller.
No, you can't say that. The cube is in front of the Enterprise. Therefore it's closer to the camera, and we know
that a direct size comparison would require us to place the cube farther back to be at the same distance as the Enterprise, thus making it even smaller.
Since there is no acceleration or deceleration throughout the whole shot we can count how long it takes Enterprise to reach the same point as the cube was to determine just how far apart they are.
But even ignoring that
, this obviously can't be showing what you suggest. Even if we imagine that the starships are nose to nose
with the cubes in both shots, it can't possibly work out that way:
I scaled down the VOY image so the reference points (the starships) match up, based on the widths of the saucers. I've given this as much leeway as I can manage to, but they still come out as roughly the same size. And you're claiming that the one on the right is over twice as long.
What you're missing zar, is that "every other source confirming" can't actual confirm anything. Only what is in the episodes is canon. What production staff, writers, artists "intended" is completely meaningless.
As you've seen, the effects are often inconsistent. Sometimes they agree with Anwar's claim, but often they don't. He's choosing to ignore all the ones that don't AND
dialog that suggests they aren't weaker ships AND
the behind-the-scenes info, all just to defend the idea that VOY didn't make the Borg seem weaker.
Now I'm all for suspension of disbelief, but none of this flimsy justification changes the fact that VOY made no attempt to give us the impression that Voyager was up against a weaker version of cubes than before. It did just the opposite.
You might simply concede that Anwar is right.
I'm willing to do that should the circumstance ever arise.