The Spindrift had a sensor platform under the bubble. No pilot's seat. Or did you already know that and are you asking the question rhetorically?Does the Spindrift have a pilot seat and control console in the teardrop overhead bubble?
No need to feel silly -- there are no dumb questions, except for the REALLY silly ones!No. It was a serious question, but now I feel a little silly. If I would have given a little more thought....
I always assumed the pattern under the dome was meant to be a sensor array. But in the Irwin Allen universe, I suppose it could be just about anything.I don't know about the aforementioned "sensor platform," but the hero FX miniature featured the same pattern of circular brass tubing beneath the dome as found on the side "intakes" and rear thruster ports.
Now that I've seen the video, hey, the lights are bitchin’! (As we Yanks say.) :thumbsup: The seat in the bubble is logical, if a bit redundant (does the ship need three pilots?) And the way you cut the removeable roof section to follow the paint stripe is a neat idea -- the roof sits much better when it's closed, and there's still a nice big opening to view that great interior.Okay so I own up...its my Spindrift you lot are fussing over...I like to add details and the dome looked kinda empty...I was hoping that the changing lights would be more scenestealing...ah well...thats you men all over!
Is that really you, Stephanie?? I can't believe you are looking. This is so cool! Welcome to Hobby Talk!Okay so I own up...its my Spindrift you lot are fussing over...I like to add details and the dome looked kinda empty...I was hoping that the changing lights would be more scenestealing...ah well...thats you men all over!.
Anyway glad I have that my model has got noticed...just don't say anything nasty about Serenity!:wave:
I told our new member about this board!Welcome to HobbyTalk! It's cool to see a woman who's into sci-fi modeling. How did you find out about this board? Have you been lurking?
(She looks a right lurker.)