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Star Trek Starships 3 . Yes, yet more! I've been in a building frenzy so far! . The Constitution Class's refit version! As iconic as its original configuration, the Constitution class has an excellent service record...and as you can see, attaching the nacelles to this model's pylons was clearly the hard part. The mighty Excelsior-Class, often seen as a rival to the Constitution, and later serving alongside it, although being more prevalent. Sadly, I had to sacrifice the deflector dish to keep with the distinctive, sleek shape. Initially this model ended up too small, but I noticed that I had made the nacelles too small and after lengthening the nacelles the model was (very!) satisfactory. The Prometheus-Class, complete with Multi-Vector Assault mode! I based the saucer off of my Intrepid model's saucer section due to them both having the distinctive spade shape. There's a possibility I made some major inaccuracies, but I was making sure to allow for the multi-vector assault mode. The Walker-Class. I'll probably remake this model since it's not all that accurate or detailed. A model of the Universe-Class Starship, as seen in Star Trek: Enterprise, meant to be to scale with BATOH Rossi's 8-piece starships, shown here for comparison. And my own little 8-piece Kelvin, in case the two need to interact. Not much more to this update, so let's have some fun editing images! An Excelsior-Class going to warp. An out-of-focus Kelvin-Type, looming. An Excelsior-Class fires a Proton Torpedo! I might want to stick with practical effects (i.e. making the torpedo out of LEGOs) next time though.


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