Building the UES Trillium model starship

I love Star Trek. I really, really do. I love it in the way I love pizza or computers. In and of itself, it’s fantastic, but it’s also a platform for creativity, iteration, innovation, and personal vision. I have had a particular model starship build in development for a while, for a capital ship and several support craft that would push the design and story of Star Trek beyond its current canonical endpoint at the end of Voyager. Thing is, it will be a massive undertaking, both from the design…

Sunday Reading: Underground Cities, Paper Letters, Miniature History

Happy Easter! Unlike every other site on the internet, we won’t be deluging you with egg-related makes and stories. Instead, here are a few awesome things I’ve stumbled across on the internet over the last week or so that, if you’re anything like me, you’ll be absolutely psyched¬†to check out. One Man Knocked Down a Wall in his Basement. What He Found Still Shocks Me – Viral221, atrending.net This one is cool simply because I didn’t have a lot of foreknowledge about it. It’s about Derinkuyu, an underground city in…