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Audacious Aventine by Jetfreak-7 Audacious Aventine by Jetfreak-7
I was skeptical of the USS Aventine at first, but she's really grown on me. Forget the oversized deflector, snappy paint scheme and unique proportions. It's a visceral experience seeing a design in full 3d. You get a better feel of Vesta's profile when you can observe the entire vessel in motion. Combine that with Mark Rademaker's views on the design direction and you receive a better understanding for the ship's finer details.

A rampant problem with hardcore Trekkies is unfairly judging a design by looking at a few shoddy looking pictures with bad angles. What's worse is the mudslinging of half-baked assumptions, crude generalizations and the usual "could to it better" nonsense. I suppose it all boils down to clashing preferences and all of the "canon" drivel. Hell, if the purists were in charge ALL starships would be the classic 1960's Constitution Class. Unaltered, lock, stock and barrel.

That would be a sad world indeed. Luckily, the more sensible folks are in charge. Keeping in tradition is one thing, but that should never get in the way of innovation.


Vesta by Mark Rademaker, Model by Kophjaeger
BG elements by Burning-Liquid
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