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Would you look at that? . Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise take a look at the future and are not amused. . Uhura: Would you look at that? Kirk: My friends, the great experiment: Excelsior, ready for trial runs... Sulu: She's supposed to have transwarp drive... Scotty: Aye. And if my grandmother had wheels, she'd be a wagon. Kirk: Come, come, Scotty. Young minds. Fresh ideas. Be tolerant. A scene from Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. The Enterprise and Excelsior are in scale with each other, but the shuttlecraft are not. I originally intended for the spacedock interior to be modeled in lego but it never came out right. I may attempt it again later. Enterprise Model inspired by Maskatron (a.k.a. Corey Sanders) Spacedock model by Redragon (Luan Ngo) (Star Trek: Homeworld Team), part of fungun's Star Trek in Earth orbit add-on for Celestia. Glowing brinks created by work by Tore Eriksson Decals created by Scott Wardlaw's Lego CAD Sticker Generator. Rendered in POVRay


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