50x50=2500, 3 (pic heavy)

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Re: 50x50=2500, 3 (pic heavy)

Postby slawton » Thu Nov 30, 2017 12:27 pm

29-40. "Battlestar Galactica" (TOS) Colonial Vipers

Here's a picture of our Colonial Warriors to the rescue:
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They are painted gray with touch-ups of black, red & silver Sharpie and white paint -- NOTE: they are real tiny, a dozen in formation easily fitting within 1 square inch!

Launch all vipers to intercept!


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Re: 50x50=2500, 3 (pic heavy)

Postby trek3159 » Fri Dec 01, 2017 1:59 am

wonder how small they would be at 1/4501 scale :D

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Re: 50x50=2500, 3 (pic heavy)

Postby slawton » Sat Dec 02, 2017 4:46 pm

trek3159 wrote:wonder how small they would be at 1/4501 scale :D

They would go sub-atomic into the Quantum Realm where physics and reality no longer matter and start slipping through the cracks in space/time, never to be seen again. :angel:

I was placing them for the photo with a paintbrush when it did a full 360 spin knocking a viper onto the carpet. Miraculously, I was able to find it!
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Re: 50x50=2500, 3 (pic heavy)

Postby slawton » Tue Jan 02, 2018 9:54 pm

I've decided to shuffle things around a bit -- Battlestar Galactica stuff will be pushed to some future thread and Real/Space & Classic Sci-Fi will be brought back into this one. To reflect the updated changes:

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12-15. Classic Sci-Fi

Here's a picture of the 50's era Cosmostrator, C-57D, Polaris & Space Ark:
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They are painted either aluminum or steel (apparently the only color rockets/saucers/spaceships came in "back in the day")!

Cue the theremin for the sci-fi-y ethereal/eerie music!
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Re: 50x50=2500, 3 (pic heavy)

Postby Jason Abbadon » Wed Jan 03, 2018 8:19 am

slawton wrote:
trek3159 wrote:wonder how small they would be at 1/4501 scale :D

They would go sub-atomic into the Quantum Realm where physics and reality no longer matter and start slipping through the cracks in space/time, never to be seen again. :angel:

I was placing them for the photo with a paintbrush when it did a full 360 spin knocking a viper onto the carpet. Miraculously, I was able to find it!

Try this- when painting 1:2256th scale Star Wars fighters, I first glue them onto black Beading Stems.
Those are found in any crafts store and are 1-3" long straight pins painted black.
The flat heads are a perfect mounting point for tiny subjects.
https://m.imgur.com/gallery/2B5mwuu

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Re: 50x50=2500, 3 (pic heavy)

Postby el gato » Wed Jan 03, 2018 5:12 pm

Jason Abbadon wrote:Try this- when painting 1:2256th scale Star Wars fighters, I first glue them onto black Beading Stems.
Those are found in any crafts store and are 1-3" long straight pins painted black.
The flat heads are a perfect mounting point for tiny subjects.
https://m.imgur.com/gallery/2B5mwuu


Ooh, great tip. Thanks!
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