Enterprise-B in 1:1700

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by sidewinder81777, May 19, 2009.

  1. cdwheatley

    cdwheatley Member

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    Very impressive work so far sidewinder.

    I don't wish to be picky, but I believe that this part is actually called the secondary hull - the primary hull is the saucer section http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Primary_hull :).
  2. sidewinder81777

    sidewinder81777 Midnight Modeler

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    oh god I knew that, why did I say that? sign1
  3. cdwheatley

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    Ha ha, thought you probably did! Senior moment?! sign1
  4. sidewinder81777

    sidewinder81777 Midnight Modeler

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    Could be....except im 31 sign1.

    The primary and secondary hulls have now mated and are expecting little baby starships any time now.

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  5. Jones Brandon

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    like what i see man keep up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  7. sidewinder81777

    sidewinder81777 Midnight Modeler

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    Just the nacelles left to go!

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  8. sidewinder81777

    sidewinder81777 Midnight Modeler

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    One nacelle down, one to go!

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  9. sidewinder81777

    sidewinder81777 Midnight Modeler

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    Take her out!

    Well my fleet has a new flagship.Its been an interesting build. By far the most difficult model I've done yet and I did a far from perfect job on her. That being said I still think she's beautiful :mrgreen:. Next up will be D-whale's Vor'Cha.

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  10. cdwheatley

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    Awesome job sidewinder, she is indeed beautiful!
  11. Millenniumfalsehood

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    I don't quite know why, but that line just sent me into a laughing fit. sign1
  12. cmags

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    Well done SW! She looks great - a fine flagship for the fleet indeed. Perfection is so overrated - in building my models I'm really just happy to enjoy the build and have a nice display when its done. The "wow - that's paper?" factor isn't important to me at all. In fact, when it looks like paper feels even more impressive to me because its obvious you made it yourself rather than being a store-bought model. As I've done more modeling, I've gotten better at making things cleaner and more precise, but the original sentiment is still there. Keep on going!
  13. mchale

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    sw i like you ships allot i allso like the stands goooood
    job keep up keeping up
  14. Lando7126

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    Fantastic build, your pictures have inspired me to build, but at larger scale.
    Have printed all parts, this only my 3rd card model, I hope i turns out as good as yours. Not to familiar with the picture posting process but will try to post ongoing pictures.