The Monster -- USS Enterprise NCC1701 Refit 1:200 Scale

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Here she is complete the USS Enterprise NCC1701 Refit at 1:200 Scale, final dimensions 70cm wide, 152 Long and 48 High. NOw i just need a bigger house to store it!
 

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HOLY FRAK!!!! :eek: This is unbelievable! :wideyed: You have blown me away completely!!!

This ship is gorgeous (and, frankly, it CAN'T be BIG ENOUGH!)!!! :):):)

Did you boost up your 1:400 plans to make her or did you prepare a new set of plans?
 
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well you did it! and you made us all very proud and also took your place in history! very good!
 

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WOW!!!:eek:
This is SPECTACULAR!!!:vulcan:
That is HUGE!!! :jawdrop:
Where would you put such a model (besides in a museum)?
How many parts sheets does this model take up?
How long did it take you to build this?
Do you have plans to make others in this same scale?

I am looking forward to seeing more of your work!!!
 

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Rhaven, it took 96 A4 sheets of card, 22 pages of A4 stickers for the structure, 2 sheets of A0 3mm foam board and 3 sheets of 2mm triplex A2 card to build and 5 weeks to construct. had to build it piece by piece to hide the full size from the wife. it looks like it will spend a bit of time in my office and then be donated to my daughers school for display!
 
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Rhaven Blaack

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WOW!!!
That is a lot of material for this project!!!
5 weeks, I would have thought that it would have taken you a bit longer.
That is VERY generous of you to donate it to your daughters school. Please post photos of it on display there.
 

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They call it..."The Rock".......
What the fragnard?!?!?!?!? Excuse me as I put back my heart (it jumped out of my throat when I saw the 1701-A size comparison to a child)!!!!!!

legal01, you are my hero! I wanna grow up to be like you!!!!!

Way awesome job, dude! Way to go! Right on! You Da Man!!!!
 

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great, now I have to resize all my trek models to 5 feet long. thanks Obama. lol, just kidding!!!! still awesome and I have looked at each pic 4-5 times today!!
 
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And here I thought my little rinky dink 1:1000th Refit looked good.... Awesome job dude, You da Man...
 

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KUDOS TO YOU ON A FINE JOB WELL DONE!!!
I have decided to make this a "Model of Mention"!
 

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Wow! that is one incredible build! Detail is amazing! Reading how much material you use is also mind boggling!.

Now, a challenge... build the Enterprise -E in the same scale...... :)
 

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Now that's one of the most beautiful monsters I have ever seen. A standing ovation for you. Wow! :snaphappy:
 

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Wow!! That has to be the biggest Enterprise I've ever seen!! That is awesome ! What is in there ? That really takes the cake. What a ship! Everything looks so excellent too. Amazing. :jawdrop:
 

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I would really like to hear about your adventures while you were building ''the monster''! by the way, I was reviewing the pics again of it and you really did an outstanding job.