So, I finally got my printer fixed, so now I can get around to finishing up the stat cards for my newest ships. And now here's the pics.
Venator (by WotC) and my newly acquired one (Titanium series, I think). Not really proportioned the same, but it'll do. Accompanying them are my Nu-class Attack Shuttles, the plans came from here.
Victory Star Destroyers (papercraft; plans also from here). I'm now back up to three VSD's, all now an appropriate size. They're alongside my two new Turbulent-class Star Destroyers (Micro Machines ISD's), and my new papercraft Imperial Escort Carrier.
Bulk Cruiser's completion for a while (and then it got bottle-necked with everything else). I finally got a Assault Frigate Mark II done, it doesn't look much like the one from SW:EaW (which seems like a good thing to me). I always thought it was stupid that (in universe) they build AF2's from scratch, so instead I molded the front half of a Dreadnought (from here), sanded the front down to be rounded instead of angular, and modified it from there. I pretty happy with it.
My Naboo in-system patrol fighters, two N-X Police Cruisers and two G-1 Starfighters. Just molds and repaints of the standard N-1, but I'm working on building up a (semi-canon) Naboo space force. These should mix things up a bit, both color-wise and being that they aren't hyperspace capable (and so will have to launch from a carrier).
SoroSubb fighter (from WotC), a H-Wing and a M-Wing. As you can probably tell, the H-Wing and M-Wing are kit-bashed from Micro Machines Y-Wings.
here, but I cut down the B-Wing segments so the ship didn't look stupidly huge. The other change I made was using S-Foils from a X-Wing instead of from a B-Wing.
fighters from Babylon 5.
Drexl-class starfighter. The Drexl is a precursor to the Preybird-class starfighter (which is itself clearly a homage to the Klingon Bird of Prey from Star Trek). I painted the feathered paint job to tie the Drexl and Preybirds (soon to come) together visually as well as thematically.
Star Wars EU works. There is the V-38 starfighter, and the Dagger-class starfighter, both of which were precursors to the TIE Phantom. It seems to me that the V-38 is really the TIE Phantom before they added all the experimental tech, which really makes it the Dagger Mark 2 or the Phantom mark 0. But that just a nerd-rage issue, the ship looks good (it had better, considering how hard it was for me to get that red line on there straight).
To make the V-38 Dagger, I just used the mold I was previously using to make TIE Phantoms, inserted the extra-long engine, and then filed inside surfaces of the wings down/out in the right places - which was tricky).
Here we see the Stinger and IG-2000 (both re-mounted Micro Machines) squaring off against the Jade's Fire and the Deathraven. Deathraven was made by sticking two (Micro Machines) B-Wing remolds together (very carefully) with one cockpit in the center, while Jade's Fire is a remold of the Micro Machines Lady Luck. You can't see it from this angle, but I was pretty proud of the way I mounted the Deathraven. It's supported by thick brass rod (i.e., coat hanger), bent into a V shape, which then was inserted where the mounting pegs would have originally been. It looks very slick.