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I started this some time ago-- halfway through I started 3d-modelling and printing and started the saucer interior from scratch, as well as the engineering area. I stayed as close to the David Kimble poster as I possibly could. Of course, it´s based on the PL kit.








 

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This is one of the coolest models I’ve ever seen... Extraordinary!

(Needless to say, I’m a big fan of the David Kimble poster. I still have an original printing!)
 

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Fantastic! Love the attention to detail and the feeling it gives that this could really be a Star Ship. Can you tell me a little more about the figures you used? Did you print them or???
 

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Fantastic! Love the attention to detail and the feeling it gives that this could really be a Star Ship. Can you tell me a little more about the figures you used? Did you print them or???
Hi the 1/350 figures are from french model company L´arsenal. Very fragile... they are called "1-350-naval-figures"
 

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That is beyond brilliant! I've been wanting to do that for years, but I just don't think I have the patience or skill.
 

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Agreed--I've thought about doing something like this but I would never be able to get anywhere close to the brilliance of this result. Stupendous work.
 

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Incredible and beautiful. That was alot of work and to have it all lit must of drove you crazy. I love the cutaways (sadly I missed the Refit poster but I have almost all of the other ones).
 

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This thing is beautiful in all aspects but I am totally blown away by the lighting you added. This truly is one of the most impressive builds I have ever seen. Incredible!
 
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