Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Ian Keldon, Jan 9, 2012.
Lan-Surrall class Mk I
Good Frigate design
Nice Exploration cruiser there
I'm annoyed with myself. I was futzing with parts and made a TOS "mini-saucer". So I had to build something with it. Darn thing came out "cute"...starships should not be "cute"...
Anyways, here's "Connie's Little Sister"
^Yeah, it is almost like looking at a baby photograph of a Connie, isn't it? Though size wise it's more like an adolescent Connie that hasn't "developed" yet...
It looks like something SFB would do i think
Also if you really want a "cute" try looking at the Care Bears version of the Enterprise from late 80's version of the show
I like it myself. Cute ships are just fine in my book. I could see this in an anime of Trek or something.
Alvin and the Chipmunks, when they had that Saturday morning series in the very early 1990's that pretty much spoofed famous movies and TV shows did a Trek version as well, and it looked like an upside down Miranda.
Introducing the Ajax, the first Starfleet vessel named after a mythological war hero but powered entirely by tribbles. Who's a cute widdle starshipums? Yes, you are!
Ajax class c.2269 after refit
I really like that Salamanca class. It kinda looks like a reTOSified Josha class (the TNG version with Galaxy class parts, not the the TOS movie version with Excelsior class parts). That one also had two warp nacelles fused into one, which imho neatly circumvents that whole even-number-of-nacelles issue.
And that Ajax class is just too cute!
If you ever take requests or suggestions, could you try making one of the ships in my Pieces thread?
Cross-posting from Castellan's thread, the mercenary cruiser Pisces, built from scavenged and bartered out of date and surplus parts
That is a nice, fluid design.
I Agree :3
This is one of the ones I spent some time on "fancy-ing up".
The doomed SS Valiant mentioned but not seen in "Where No Man Has Gone Before"
UESPA logo by Reverend
Now that's an interesting take on this mysterious ship. I'm loving how it resembles the old DY line of Earth ship classes. Good work!
Agreed this is very good work
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