Think Jays Galactica is lonely, need some help

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by jwhawk04, Aug 16, 2007.

  1. theo

    theo Member

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    Yahoo, an other ship!

    Can't wait, can't make more time!
    What a drag, must be working to hard.

    And I saw it to the Rising Star and in the Face of the Enemy it's seems the Space park name is Zephyr, at least the fly in that direction.
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  3. Gomidefilho

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    Wow! SJ Many thanks for the Gemini Freighter is a my favorite civilian ship on the Rag Tag Fleet from TOS Galactica...

    Great Work!!!!
  4. Millenniumfalsehood

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    Has anyone thought about designing the Battlestar McQuarrie perchance? It's not a bad design, methinks.
  5. Master-Bruce

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    It's nice, though a little too boxy at the back and in the pods compared to the smooth curved "head". I do like it though.
  6. ohgodwhy

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    How about the Demetrius ? You know, the recycling ship starbuck ran off with last season ?
  7. Master-Bruce

    Master-Bruce Active Member

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    I'm rather liking the Resurrection Hub. ;)
  8. Kjev

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    How about the flying motorcycle from the original series?
  9. Millenniumfalsehood

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    Are you *trying* to get air-locked?

    :wink:
  10. Master-Bruce

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    LOL!! Yeah those bikes were bad!! :D
  11. Kjev

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    Beats trafic jams!
  12. sjsquirrel

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    Mmmmmmmm

    I could be talked into that. Gearz was kind enough to provide me the mesh he used for his TOS Galactica model. I was thinking of doing a more detailed version in the future, but it may also allow a reasonably quick conversion. There are some good shots on the site you linked to for reference.
    I'll add it to my someday list (and hope someone else gets it done first).

    Steve
  13. H1rg0n

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    Hello All,

    New to the forums and also to Paper Modelling. Was pointed this way by the ever usefull Google for BSG models and when i saw what you guys are doing here i was absolutely amazed. I reading and catching up on the build of the Fleet Ships i was getting anxious for the 3 foot Galactica. But to my suprise i recieved a 404 error when attempting to download it. Has it moved? or Is it unavailable?

    Any feedback would be greatly appriciated.

    Cheers
    James
  14. Elliott

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    Try going to the top of this page, and clicking on Downloads (to the left of new posts). Look for the category Movies, TV shows. Click on Battlestar Galactica and you'll see all the BSG models including the 3 footer. Download from there.

    Just checked it and it works fine. Let us know if you have any problems. Be sure and post build pictures when you make it. Please?
  15. H1rg0n

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    Thanks Elliott. Greatly appriciated. I will try and remember to take pics as i build. I have a nasty habit of getting into a groove and forget stuff like that....till it's too late.
  16. sjsquirrel

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    Patch for 3 foot GAL

    Greetings everyone.

    It was pointed out to me that former fb1 in the 3 foot galactica did not have the reference lines to show where you place the other formers.

    I have uploaded a patch to the downloads section (get it here).

    I still have several other patches to get done as well. I will be working on those in the next week or so. One of my main customers is on a six week shutdown so I've got some spare time on my hands. Not that I have enough spare time mind you sign1.

    SJ
  17. knightstalker527

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    trying to get the update but it is telling me i don't have permision!!!:curse:

    Knightstalker
  18. Thales

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    I too am getting the same error message.
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    Downloaded fine for me :confused:

    SteveK
  20. sjsquirrel

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    I have uploaded additional patches to the download section. As soon as they are approved they should be available for download.
    There are now two patches for each version of the Galactica (3ft and 1.5ft).

    Patch 1 is an updated former for the lower bridge section that includes reference lines for placing the other formers.

    Patch 2 contains updated landing bay arms, correcting some mis-aligned textures on those pieces.

    I'm know working on a re-release of the Gemini Transport. A couple people reported problems fitting the nose area.

    More soon,

    Steve