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Star Trek: Ships of the Line (2006) is the 2006 edition of the Star Trek: Ships of the Line calendar series. Events depicted in this calendar are not considered to be canon.


Publisher's description
Featuring fourteen never-before-seen pieces of original art, the Ships of the Line 2006 Calendar will be another big seller, as it has been for the past five years. Each month, this calendar features a spectacular, awe-inspiring image of one of the most fascinating parts of the Star Trek vision: the star ships. Created exclusively for this calendar by award-winning special effects masters, the images are presented in a unique horizontal format with an unobtrusive calendar grid. These images make up a truly unrivaled calendar that allows the artistry and originality of the art be the focal point.

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Unlike the other months, the December image is done by hand rather than CGI.
For the 2014 edition of the Ships of the Line, several images were re-named: Drexler's "Shore Leave" to "These Are the Voyages", Kuramura's "This Unit Must Survive!" to "Why?", Stetson's "Near Miss" to "It Came From Hell", Stringer's "All I Ask is a Tall Ship" to "Work in Progress", and Eaves' "Beyond Antares" to "Oceans of Blue and Seas of Fire".

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