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(written from a Production point of view)
Cover image
Artist(s): various
Publisher: Pocket Books and Andrews McMeel Publishing
Series: Star Trek: Ships of the Line
Published: 15 July 2011
Pages: 24
Reference: ISBN 1449404642

Star Trek: Ships of the Line (2012) is the 2012 edition of the Star Trek: Ships of the Line calendar series. This outing constituted somewhat of a departure from the previous ones, as about half of the spreads of the featured major ships in the calendar were non-canon, whereas in the previous edition that was limited to one or at the most two.

SummaryEdit

Publisher's description
The Star Trek: Ships of the Line 2012 Wall Calendar gives Star Trek fans something they can't get anywhere else: fourteen pieces of Star Trek art–created exclusively for the calendar–centered around one of the most fascinating and exciting components of the Star Trek universe, its ships. Displaying amazing artistry, dramatic depictions of Star Trek's ships, and featuring a horizontal, panoramic format, this calendar is highly sought after and eagerly anticipated.

Excerpts of copyrighted sources are included for review purposes only, without any intention of infringement.

MonthsEdit

Frey's work was a CGI version of Probert's painting, he had done for among others The Making of the Trek Films.
  • January ("Landing Party") – by Max Remwbm (=Doug Drexler)
  • February ("Reprovisioning At Sea") – by Dan "Mad Koy Fish" Uyenowbm
  • March ("A New Dawn") – by Tobias Richter
  • April ("Terminal Descent of the Starship Allegiance") – by D.M. Phoenixwbm
  • May ("Planck-class - Shakedown") – by Mark Rademakerwbm
  • June ("Ambassador-class Sea Trials") – by Tobias Richterwbm
  • Centerfold – by Tobias Richter, Mark Rademaker and Max Remwbm
  • July ("Reliant at Tango Sierra") – by Alain Rivard
  • August ("Call the Ball") – by John Eaves
  • September ("Relics") – by Dax Pandhi and Doug Drexler
  • October ("Sighted Son'a - Sank Same") – by Robert Wilde
  • November ("Whatever This Thing Is, It's Big.") – by Douglas "Deg" E. Graveswbm
  • December ("Botany Bay") – by Niel Wray
Previous calendar:
Star Trek: Ships of the Line (2011)
Star Trek: Ships of the Line Next calendar:
Star Trek: Ships of the Line (2013)
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