These are probably the things I'm most proud of. Although they're still pretty amateurishly executed, I've put a lot of thought into these starships. Please treat them with care.

And when you're ready, please feel free to go back to my page of writings and drawings, or to my main page.

Docked ship

One of the more artistic sketches I've produced of a starship; this is a rather unlikely combination, though, having both a large cargo capacity and military weapons. Perhaps it's a privateer.

Study in red and gold

A study in red and gold. Also, a starship at dock.

Starship and tugs.

A starship, attended by maintenance tugs.

A tug, going back to work.

Several maintenance tugs go to work on a starship.

Bonaventure from the front

The ISCV Bonaventure viewed from the front.

Bonaventure from the rear

The ISCV Bonaventure viewed from the rear.

Bonaventure with Petit-Terre

The ISCV Bonaventure, flying past Petit-Terre.

A new version of the above shot: the Bonaventure with Petit-Terre in the background.

Habring stateroom

A stateroom aboard the Bonaventure.

Labeled privateer

A labeled view of the Ilya Davidson, a Peregrine-class privateer.

A Peregrine-class privateer under way.

A starship under way

A better shot of a Peregrine-class starship.

Traveller-style scoutship

A Traveller-style scoutship. This is not a Spheres craft.

A missile, firing

A missile firing. Not really a starship per se, but related enough.

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