Pun-based title aside, here're some more ships from the Star Trek franchise. We've got a couple Kelvin Timeline ships in here too!
About this creation
First up, yet another Constitution Class model! In this case, the Kelvin Timeline variant. Since the size isn't constant and most of the sizes given would make the Kelvin itself, which existed pre-split, ridiculously huge, I assumed a size similar to the prime-timeline Constitution Class. I redesigned the 'boom' or 'strut' that connects the two hulls to be longer, along with redesigning the secondary hull entirely, moving forward and lengthening the nacelles, replacing the dish with a larger, 'glowing dish'-type deflector dish, and switched the color scheme to match that of the Kelvin-timeline's Enterprise.
The Kelvin-Timeline version of the Dreadnought class. Going off the scale established earlier, it's about the same size as an Ambassador Class or Galaxy Class. Did this model entirely from scratch, and used a few dirty little tricks in building it.
Another dreadnought, this time the prime-timeline Federation Class. We only actually see it in Beta canon, but apparently the USS Entente (from Star Trek: The Motion Picture) is a Federation-Class.
The refit variant of the Federation-Class, displaying the new nacelle designs of the era and with the middle nacelle mounted lower.
The Miranda Class, the final ship in the 'workhorse trio' in the TNG/DS9 era: as with the Excelsior Class and Oberth Class, they all had a long service life as ships of the line. The USS Reliant, from Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan, was a Miranda-Class.
A Klingon Bird-of-Prey. Since even between members of the same class of ship, the Bird-of-Prey's size is wildly inconsistent, I went with its canon length of 110 metres, which it's most consistently shown as pre-TNG. This results in a fairly small, but powerful craft.
Now, for bonus pics!
The USS Enterprise faces off against the USS Vengeance.
Comparison of all three Constitution-Class Variants.
Quoting Clayton Marchetti
Awesome ships! I really like the Dreadnaught!
Among the tricks I used for the Dreadnaught were perfectly placing satellite dish parts to 'cap off' the nacelles and using a mix of 1-stud bricks and 1x1 flat tiles to get that slightly offset connection between the 'boom' and the saucer. With the Dreadnaught, I had to start completely from scratch because it was so very unlike the other classes, namely with its size and use of negative space in the saucer section.