spacestation K7 scale 1:5000

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  1. josef mayer

    josef mayer New Member

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    Hallo all,

    some photos of my space station K7. The model is from D-WHALE. The full-scale is 1:1700

    You can download the model at Kartonbau.de

    Servus from bavaria

    Sepp

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  2. Nothing

    Nothing Longtime Member

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    actually i think someone put it in our downloads section..

    very nice looking build. one question whats the story with the missimg panels on the enterprise? docked for repairs?
  3. Stev0

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    Yes ... it's a lead figure I think. I can't remember the manufacturer but they were made for Starfleet Battles table top game. That or someone card modeled an amazing piece beside an amazing piece.
  4. Nothing

    Nothing Longtime Member

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    i beleive it was FASA? if so mighty fine paint job that! i used to love those old fasa ships.havnt seen them in years. i was toying with the idea of doing a chandley.... i just realized how small the station is!! fantastic work!!
  5. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

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    No, that's a paper model of the Enterprise. Notice there are white edges on the bussard collectors and there are fold lines on the bridge and upper saucer. Excellent! :)

    I love the Chandley; wish someone would make a paper model of her.
  6. Gomidefilho

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    Very Cool!

    Who drew that model of Connie? The work is very well done considering the extremely reduced scale...

    Thank's for share the photos...
  7. Lex

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    Neat little build! Must have taken loads of effort...
  8. josef mayer

    josef mayer New Member

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    Hallo all,

    Thank you for your comments.


    Millenniumfalsehood-- Yes, you are right the Enterprice is a Cardmodel The scale is 1:5400:mrgreen: but the goal was 5000 :confused:

    to completed a small Diorama i need a Drydock. :cry:

    some photo from my Enterprice.

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  9. Nothing

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    great! nice to see a fellow micro modeler!
  10. Millenniumfalsehood

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    Okay, this just occurred to me. . .at 1:5000 that Enterprise is half the size of the Enterprise from the AMT 1:2500 3-piece Enterprise set! That model is 3 inches by itself, so this must be around 1.5 inches? Even more impressive! My hat's off to you, sir! :mrgreen:
  11. Stev0

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    Wow!

    You fooled a lead figure collector.

    I feel silly now.

    :p
  12. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

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    It's Chippy Chua's cardmodel. There's a link to his site on Spacestation42.com (ss42.com) Official Home Just follow the links till you get to the free paper models under the label "Science Fiction" and scroll down to the Star Trek section. He's got the Enterprise and USS Voyager.
  13. Nothing

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    there will be a better textured voyager out soon.