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The Ships of the Line calendar for 2012.

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As the refitted USS Enterprise hovers over a crater lake, her reflection in the lake displays the starship's original configuration. The painting is an homage to Andrew Probert's work that appeared on the cover of the magazine "Enterprise Incidents".
The Class F shuttlecraft McAuliffe is flying towards a landing zone on an unnamed Class M planet home to the Scintilla. This painting has been animated for drex-tv03.
  • February: Reprovisioning at Sea, by Dan Uyeno
The USS Balmung is supplied by the cargo ship USS Mughi.
The USS Enterprise arrives at a drydock in orbit of Earth serviced by workbees and Federation travel pods.
  • April: Terminal Descent of the Starship Allegiance, by D. M. Phoenix
In the atmosphere of an unnamed planet, the USS Allegiance is battling a Borg cube.
The USS Planck conducts her shakedown while orbiting an unnamed planet.
The USS Ambassador conducts her field trials in an unnamed planetary system.
The USS Ambassador and the USS Planck are shown in a general layout, and there are dorsal, fore, aft, and side views of each ship.. Specifics for both classes are listed.
In an alternate reality, the USS Reliant approaches the spacedock Tango Sierra. In the background, the USS Enterprise-A is seen on an approach vector to the dock.
The USS Wallace is on a course for a landing in the shuttlebay of an unnamed Sovereign-class starship.
  • September: Relics/Star Trek: The Next Generation/Twenty-Fifth Anniversary (1987-2012), by Dax Pandhi\Doug Drexler
In a scene from the episode "Relics", the USS Enterprise-D is seen entering the Dyson Sphere.
The USS Enterprise-E, after a successful strafing run, passes the exploding Son'a injector assembly. This painting is based on events seen in the movie Star Trek: Insurrection.
Captain John Christopher's F-104 Starfighter is flying alongside the USS Enterprise. This painting is based on events seen in the episode "Tomorrow is Yesterday".
In an unnamed planetary system, the SS Botany Bay is discovered by the USS Enterprise. This painting is based on events seen in the episode "Space Seed".

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Ships of the Line calendars
Calendars 200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018
Book Ships of the Line
Artists Dennis BaileyJay BartonPetri BlomquistMatt BoardmanRobert BonchuneAndrew BradburySteve BurgEric ChauvinDavid CombeCorbisAurore De BloisJenny DeSalleDaren DochtermanDoug DrexlerPierre DroletJohn EavesLeonard A. EmeryChris FordFoundation ImagingCraig FreyMax GablDavid Gian-CursioDouglas E. GravesJohn HanRobert HeckadonJim HibbertDon HillenbrandRobert HolmesGary HutzelIndustrial Light & MagicSean JacksonMark KingsnorthGabriel KoernerBill KrauseKoji KuramuraAdam LebowitzDavid LombardiChris MartinBrian McMahonMeniColin MorellaDavid MortonMichael MurrayMike MyersGary O'BrienMichael OkudaDax PandhiJosé PerezD. M. PhoenixFred PienkosAndrew ProbertMark RademakerThomas RaubeMax RemTobias RichterAli RiesAlain RivardSean ScottShroxRichard SmithMichael StetsonGregory StewartLee StringerJeff SummersJohn TeskaRobert ThompsonKyle ToucherDan UyenoShawn WeixelmanSteffen WiesenerRobert WildeBob WitkowskiMichael WileyNiel WrayMichael Yager

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