1/350th Refit Cutaway

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Re: 1/350th Refit Cutaway

Postby Steam235 » Fri Nov 20, 2015 4:41 pm

Little figures might be in the future.
I did another rough layout. This would be the last internal part I have to do from scratch. The Saucer Neck and Engineering internals are the scratch parts I have to make, and the kit Hanger and arboretum will be shown.

some some layouts I've been borrowing from.

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I've decided to do a mirror image. To match the cutaway poster and so it's all on the port side of the ship I've moved the engineering lift and the dilithium chamber to the starboard side so you can see them across the deck.

once again, just a rough layout of the deck..
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And a shot of how it will sit in the hull..
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Re: 1/350th Refit Cutaway

Postby kobayashimaru » Sat Nov 21, 2015 6:51 am

Cool!
that warp core area looks hyper-detailed :D
you've even got those lines on the wall as seen in the mid decks and torpedo area from Undiscovered Country.
some pastiche of those concept sketches and the Jackill sketches would be awesome!
thanks for sharing the links to photo-ref too by the by,
it's something of a rare subject.

@Tesral,Moongrim,
neat! those are handy links for sure.
on some of the boxes, it said avg 'figure' height to be 1.3-2.35mm,
which would be around 8ft tall people hehehe
I knew that the TOS crew were 'larger than life" characters... (roll snare drum) :lol:

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Re: 1/350th Refit Cutaway

Postby Moongrim » Sat Nov 21, 2015 2:59 pm

The Warp Core?

Crivens! That shows some dedication, and I'm favorably impressed. Thumbs up!
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Re: 1/350th Refit Cutaway

Postby Steam235 » Sat Nov 21, 2015 3:14 pm

Thanks guys! It's a fun build so far.

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Re: 1/350th Refit Cutaway

Postby cannon fodder » Sat Nov 21, 2015 3:43 pm

Wow. Just wow. Love it.

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Re: 1/350th Refit Cutaway

Postby agent orange » Sun Nov 22, 2015 11:54 pm

Its funny that you should choose to do this, I started to make refit interiors for an aftermarket kit a few years ago but when the cost of the kit went up, I it no longer seemed like a financially viable use of my time as most people seem content with painting the pearls and lighting her up.

Using Mr Scotts Guide to the Enterprise as a template, I got as far as the officers and juniors quarters, sickbay and the transporter room, whilst putting off the more challenging bridge.

I then turned it into a project for my own amusement but I've got eyes bigger than my belly (or skill) and got bogged down with illumination plans for engineering and some crazy notion of moving turbo-lifts :roll:

Best of luck, you're off to a great start, this model begs for an interior with so much of the shuttle, VIP and botanics done for you - its a great launchin point!

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Re: 1/350th Refit Cutaway

Postby Steam235 » Mon Nov 23, 2015 3:19 pm

agent orange wrote:...
Using Mr Scotts Guide to the Enterprise as a template, I got as far as the officers and juniors quarters, sickbay and the transporter room, whilst putting off the more challenging bridge.

I then turned it into a project for my own amusement but I've got eyes bigger than my belly (or skill) and got bogged down with illumination plans for engineering and some crazy notion of moving turbo-lifts :roll:

Best of luck, you're off to a great start, this model begs for an interior with so much of the shuttle, VIP and botanics done for you - its a great launchin point!

Steve



That sounds really intense. I hope you do keep working on yours and I'm sure we'd love to see it some time.

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Re: 1/350th Refit Cutaway

Postby Moongrim » Mon Nov 23, 2015 3:20 pm

Moving Turbolift?

Now that sounds challenging!
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Re: 1/350th Refit Cutaway

Postby Kratok » Tue Nov 24, 2015 5:02 am

Tesral wrote:
Steam235 wrote: I won't be that detailed. I think it will end up somewhere around as detailed as the AMT TOS cutaway


You are already ahead of that by a long shot.


Agreed. Ambitious project, but looks great so far. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: 1/350th Refit Cutaway

Postby Kremin » Tue Nov 24, 2015 8:06 am

Loving the build

I always thought about using the clear stands from the original version of the refit as an intermix shaft


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