For some reason this back 3/4 shot is what I always envision when I think of this ship. I don't know why. Maybe because I'm a raving lunatic. or Maybe because I haven't been fed yet. Who knows.
Underneath the saucer, take a look at the obviously superior construction of the torpedo launcher and the overtly obvious radar-dish deflector dish, which bounces neutrino fields off of it (if you've heard the Star Trek related song by Voltaire you should be laughing right about now).
P.S. If that hint wasn't obvious enough, go on YouTube right now and type 'Voltaire USS Make **** Up' without the quotes.
P.P.S. If you don't know how to use YouTube, you might be interested in acquiring a brain from Ebay.
High above the model. It's actually quite large. At 32 inches, it's certainly the longest and heaviest Star Trek MOC I've done to date.
Strange-looking shuttle bay, impulse engines, maybe a glimpse of the Bussard Collectors, what's in a day's work.
Nacelle Pylon stepping construction. It's been sitting over on my dresser for half a year now and hasn't fallen apart. Go figure.
Fore 3/4 of my unmistakably ubiquitous underdeveloped nacelle. It's a bit bare, but I was in short of gray elements, since I also have the Enterprise D assembled.
Top View of the same nacelle.
Don't ask me how long this took to build, because I have no idea. I think I lost consciousness prior to building this, so I have no feeling for how long i was there building.