As some will know, there is conflicting information about the dimensions of the Oberth Class vessel. You will all no doubt be familiar with my first oberth MSD. After being asked to make one that was slightly larger I agreed.
This is the result: (Right click and choose view image for larger)
The U.S.S. Korolev, lead ship of the Korolev class. Registry NCC-1421. One of the ships seen in Prelude to Axanar
Hopefully we get to see more of her and her stable-mates on the small screen. But for now, enjoy this MSD!
No, I’m not going to go into the politics of the lawsuit. Instead I’m going to post something nice and positive.
So, I’ve learned a heck of a lot in making MSDs since I did my first ones. So I am slowly re-fitting my older MSDs to fit my current design aesthetic.
The Ambassador class was first in line, now it’s the turn of the Sabre class.
So, I finally got around to refitting a classic.
Can you guess what it is yet?
Ambassador class was correct!
The Christmas bonanza continues!
Here is a Galaxy Class engineering display as you might find in engineering in one of the later builds with updated LCARS.
This was a commission which went flat when the client stopped returning my e-mails.
The original size was 17 inches across, 35 inches in height. That intricate looking top view schematic took me 2 hours alone to get looking right.
Or so we were told it was. In reality the model was just a smidgen more intricate than that. But not by much!
Another present for you all.
I originally drew this up for Steve Neill when he was building the Type-1 shuttle craft.
Since he never made use or mention of it, I offer it for all to enjoy!