Okay...so I'm not sure where to post these pics, so I will just post them here for now, until i figure it out. These are the beginnings of two of the Ron Caudillo Enterprise NCC 1701 model, that I took to work and had a couple different people color, so far. The one that has the haphazzard coloring all over, was done by a lady named Terry. The crayon build up was so heavy, that to facilitate further building, i had to get out the heat gun, take the whole lot of papers out to the garage, and spend awhile melting off all the excess crayon wax. Eventually, after a LOT of super heating the paper back and forth, and a garage filled with a rolling thick haze of crayon wax smoke, I got the wax melted out, leaving the dye behind. The second set... the really colorful and artfully directed coloring of all the individual panels, was done by a lady named Juanita. I decided on these two, and this model, just to be able to get them built and posted and let everyone enjoy the look of them, and as a test bed for me, to see how well and quickly i can get them built and given back. I think once the building and slight modifying begins, the hand colored effect will actually be pretty cool. fun For those who don't know the back story, I take care of people with a variety of developmental disabilities, and so I wanted to use the paper modelling avenue of artistic expression and creativity, to give them something a little something extra and cool looking on their shelves, beyond a coloring book page on the wall. I will post pics of the build progress at intervals as time allows. It's going to be pretty fun on my end, and I hope it helps to inspire others or those who are brand new to the really cool hobby.