Ncc 1701-c

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by loenf, Apr 4, 2009.

  1. loenf

    loenf Member

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    Hi,
    I thought its time for another Enterprise!
    Here are some Pictures of my latest build, the Enterprise NCC 1701-C. Now only the Ent-B, the TOS-Ent and the NX01 left in my Enterprise-collection.

    regards Loenf

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  2. cmags

    cmags Guest

    Most excellent! Well done (as usual). :thumb:
  3. trekman1017

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  4. SEBRET

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    very clean build. I believe you'll do well on the rest
  5. cdwheatley

    cdwheatley Member

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    Superb! Where did you get this from?!
  6. loenf

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  7. Texman

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    Sorry, but that simply cannot be a paper model! Must be some kind of
    holographic computer generation. Outstanding build!

    Ray
  8. THE DC

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    He does make excellent kits with superb instructions. His BoP is complete as well!



    The DC
  9. CK Styles

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    I love what u did for the stand. Looks to be some old PC parts with some added acrylic cylinders for support. Very ultra-mod! Bravo!!!!
  10. ThunderChild

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    Yep! I'm in awe of those stands. And the build itself is just super! :thumb:
  11. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

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    That is a super-good build there! Very clean.

    Btw, in regards to the Ambassador design, I know the studio miniature was rushed, but is anyone else besides me bothered by the lack of impulse engines on the saucer module? Heh, I know, it's only a model, Jim. :mrgreen:
  12. THE DC

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    I have the ANSWER!

    That's because they ran such a "tight" ship they never worried about "separating" even during a crisis!


    :p


    The DC
  13. paper hollywood

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    Awesome build, Loenf! Like others here, my first thought was "that's paper?". Clever's an excellent model designer, but I think he'd be awe this build. Sometime you should pass on some construction tips for we less skillful souls.