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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by OhioMike, Oct 22, 2007.
Lots about her here but still doesn't seem to have the underside details.It might be as it was made in the day of models that the underside was not shot as it had all the lighting wires hanging out of it.Anyway I hope these help.
Well, I didn't find any shots of the underside but I did find this:
Got a link? Hard for me to read the whole thing.
BTW, did you notice that the helmet has the same kind of "bird" and what is on the original BSG Colonial Viper Pilot Helmet?
drawing the patterns.(wing)
I could read just enough to see that it was from the "Galactica 1980" series. A better link would help though...
I'll have to either post it elsewhere or upload it as a file; the darn thing is huge.
It's great to see this ship finally coming together. I know it's been a hole in everyone's collection for a long time. It looks great so far!
Looking good! :thumb:
As promised, direct linky to the pic of the dome:
If it's not too late for the ubermaster, there's a brief glimpse of the underside of one of the domes at about 6:16 in this clip:
Been a while since I've posted.
Nicely done design already (of course).
thank you all
drawing …drawing …drawing …drawing …very tired.
You tackled a tough one, no doubt. Your progress pics are great though. :thumb:
Looks very good so far!
Again, Konishiwa gosaimazu Sensei Uhu,
it is a pleasure and an honor to see you work, and on such a mythic space vessel as "Valley Forge", after the famous 2001: Discovery...
I got glued at this thread I alas just dicover. Many thanks and congrats again!!!!
Domo aligato gosaimazu Uhu-San:thumb:
Watching...and waiting...and drooling...oh...sorry. Got carried away there. Your excellent work continues to be an inspiration to all.
Nice work uhu.
I am very impressed by the fact that you always tackle to most challenging subjects in paper, regardless of how curvy the shapes are, or how intricate the structures are, nothing deters you, and the results are always spectacular.
Its a pleasure to watch you work, sir!