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I recently completed my Moebius Viper MkII kit. It was my first Sci-Fi kit and I think I am hooked to the fact that I can use my own initiative with weathering etc. I decided not to do all the battle damage you usually see on these kits and having recently watched the series on TV I see there is a lot of it.

Well lets just say I used creative licence as they say in hollywood :)

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Came out great! Like that you painted on the red stripes, looks much better then the kit supplied decals which were hard (for me at least) to conform to the surface of the kit. Thanks for posting!
 

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I've not builted one of theyr vipers, the only one I've had was an old one that came out when the BSG was just shown on the t.v. back in the late 70's. if what they are like what has been done to the BSG itself, it's a no go for me.
 

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Thanks Paulbo I did try that but it did not want to work. Maybe because my internet connection is not of the fastest, as I am sitting on an oil rig.
 

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Just for fun: actual full size prop battle damage and weathering-





Note the dents and bubbled paint on the second picture!

Courtesy of the Seattle Sci/Fi Museum
 
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