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  1. May 3, 2013 at 5:23 pm

    The Reliant looks awesome, Steve. I don’t know how you continually make these ill fitting models into fantastic ships, but you never disappoint. 😀

    About the dogs: Rosie probably doesn’t like being in the other dog’s territory. That’s how animals are. Female animals are especially territorial because of maternal instincts.

    And, yes, the NCC-1701-E is a fantastic ship. John Eaves really put his heart and soul into that design. I love all of the subtle influences you can find in it from every previous ship named Enterprise. It’s really fantastic. That model from the guy in the magazine looks fantastic also.

    JJ Crap is puke, absolute puke. I thought the JJPrise was fugly until I saw the USS Vengeance from the upcoming movie. It’s absolutely dreadful, worse than the JJPrise, which is saying a LOT. I’m not at all excited about that film, but I’m sure I’ll wind up seeing it before too long, just to see how badly they f***ed everything up.

  2. May 3, 2013 at 11:56 pm

    I love the E Soverign class is perhaps the second best looking Enterprise the best being the Grand Lady her self the one we grewup with that Kirk commanded on the wild edge of civilization. You don’t have an E????

  3. 3 Gerry Pocock
    May 4, 2013 at 12:02 am

    Fabulous job! The lighting came out fantastic. Especially the hanger bays. So neat looking inside.

  4. 4 The Kracken
    May 4, 2013 at 12:24 am

    A Borg cube has better lines than the current movie “Enterprise”. The E-E however, is a nice ship, but I never took to it like the E-D. There’s pics online of the E-D photoshopped into the battle in First Contact where the E-E would be. Its a cool ‘what if’ scenario had the E-D not gotten a death worthy of a TOS red shirt.

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