Art
Created for the Star Trek Role Playing Game

The following are digital paintings created for the Star Trek RPG by Last Unicorn Games.
All images
Randy Asplund


Star Trek Antares Class B Freighter
Antares
Class B Freighter
The design is a streamlined version of the Batris model from the Next Generation show.


Daedalus Class Starship Star Trek

Deadalus Class
USS ESSEX

The design was based on early conceptual art for the original series USS Enterprise.


Star Trek Klingon Battleship

KLINGON D-9
Battleship

     The design is a mixed up combination of kit bashed Klingon Battlecruiser and Romulan Bird of Prey. You are actually looking at a model that I built, photographed, and then digitally painted. You ought to see the Romulan I made out of the other parts!


Star Trek Gorn Battlecruiser

Gorn Battlecruiser

     The design is completely my own conjecture of what the reptillian Gorn Starship might have looked like if it had been featured on that show.


Star Trek USS Ranger

U.S.S. Ranger

This design was based on early conceptual art for the original series USS Enterprise.


Orion Scout Ship Star Trek

Orion Scout Ship

     In the episode "Journey to Bable" the Enterprise was attacked by a rogue starship that turned out to be a small Orion Scout sized spacecraft. In the original TV series the vessel was depicted as a mysterious collection of spinning lights. I had to think about the design of a ship that would produce that effect. In this concept, the lights are the power nacells and they are afixed to a rotating hub aft of the crew compartment.


Star Trek J Class Starship

Harry Mudd's J-Class
Starship

     The design of this one is completely my own conjecture of what a small transport would have looked like if it had been featured on that show. We never saw it on the original televised show looking better than a smudge of light.


Aurora Star Cruiser Star Trek

Aurora
Star Cruiser

    The design is faithful to the model used in the original series TV show. Yes, it looks a LOT like the Tholian ships. The production levels on the original Star Trek were not very good.