NICE job on the Enterprise! Can I use your photo in one of my upcoming presentations? It is about SMB, MidMarket and Enterprise... and I thought it would be funny to show your Starship Enterprise instead of the picture of some Fortune 500 company. Great work on this collection, either way! Cheers, John
Your enterprise is by far the best i have ever seen, even better than anything i ever imagined. If you have any instructions at all you could share i would be most grateful. My email is email@example.com
Wow. These things are huge. And they're awesome. Sometimes it's hard to make a good conversation piece out of Legos, but I could really see these sets on a coffee table or living room credenza (as they seem to be). Because of their scale, they're artistic as much as playful, and very impressive.
Wow! I love these. The others can nitpick all they want bout the "Reliant" but im sure thats not the only ship to use the name. Anyways I just love the Ent-E you did. It's amazing and being my fave ship Im realy impressed with your model. Thanks for the views.
The Enterprise-E is exceptional. I think the unnamed ship is likely to be either Steamrunner or Akira class - I'd be better able to tell with more pictures. Which is to say, I'd love to see some more angles of these ships.
While I commend you on your Voyager and Enterprise E, your Reliant is WAY off. The Engines are supposed to be alot lower, and if you take a look at any picture of a Miranda Class, you will see that the edge of the disc does not round down, rather, is sloped up and corners. Also, it is not a perfect circle. The back section is extended to allow space for the warp core and impulse engines. One last thing: The warp nacelles are below the soucer section, not above or level with.