My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

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kobayashimaru
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Re: My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

Post by kobayashimaru » Fri Jan 16, 2015 4:24 am

I have to ask...
is there an accompanying Botany Bay for this? :D
or a Saladin/Antares type, or even more potentially awesome - a TOS-era Miranda type.
What do you feel about the Ticonderonga type, or the Constitution Dreadnaught-type, or the Heavy Miranda Type (its a federation shuttle tender)? In StarFleet Academy, the Game by interplay, they were available as either TOS or TMP types, and in ST:Legacy, a couple make guest appearances...

Perhaps you have some TOS/TMP era designs you'd like to try in 1/350?
Another project atm underway is a TOSstyle Kelvin...
maybe you could do some asteroids (such as that huge generation-ship asteroid in the TOS show) or satellites/relay stations and objects? or a spacedock?

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Re: My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

Post by Jim Kirk » Fri Jan 16, 2015 1:13 pm

kobayashimaru wrote:I have to ask...
is there an accompanying Botany Bay for this? :D
or a Saladin/Antares type, or even more potentially awesome - a TOS-era Miranda type.
What do you feel about the Ticonderonga type, or the Constitution Dreadnaught-type, or the Heavy Miranda Type (its a federation shuttle tender)? In StarFleet Academy, the Game by interplay, they were available as either TOS or TMP types, and in ST:Legacy, a couple make guest appearances...

Perhaps you have some TOS/TMP era designs you'd like to try in 1/350?
Another project atm underway is a TOSstyle Kelvin...
maybe you could do some asteroids (such as that huge generation-ship asteroid in the TOS show) or satellites/relay stations and objects? or a spacedock?
I believe there is actually a Botany Bay kit in scale available(Or I could scratch Build it). Not really interested in any other designs, I do love the Refit, and have built several.

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Re: My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

Post by Moongrim » Fri Jan 16, 2015 3:01 pm

Jim Kirk wrote:
kobayashimaru wrote:I have to ask...
is there an accompanying Botany Bay for this? :D
or a Saladin/Antares type, or even more potentially awesome - a TOS-era Miranda type.
What do you feel about the Ticonderonga type, or the Constitution Dreadnaught-type, or the Heavy Miranda Type (its a federation shuttle tender)? In StarFleet Academy, the Game by interplay, they were available as either TOS or TMP types, and in ST:Legacy, a couple make guest appearances...

Perhaps you have some TOS/TMP era designs you'd like to try in 1/350?
Another project atm underway is a TOSstyle Kelvin...
maybe you could do some asteroids (such as that huge generation-ship asteroid in the TOS show) or satellites/relay stations and objects? or a spacedock?
I believe there is actually a Botany Bay kit in scale available(Or I could scratch Build it). Not really interested in any other designs, I do love the Refit, and have built several.
Fantastic Plastic still offers one:
http://www.fantastic-plastic.com/Botany ... ogPage.htm
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Re: My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

Post by Jim Kirk » Sat Jan 17, 2015 12:08 pm

One more picture...

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Re: My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

Post by DeadHead » Sun Jan 18, 2015 7:32 am

el gato wrote:Honestly, I thought those were still shots
I have to agree. That first pic looks like it was on screen. Kudos on the build and the photos!

In the last pic, is that a jar of those peanut butter filled pretzel nuggets? (Sorry, I'm feeling snackish.)
If I remember correctly, it worked the last time we did this. Unless it didn't.

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Re: My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

Post by Jim Kirk » Sun Jan 18, 2015 12:33 pm

DeadHead wrote:
el gato wrote:Honestly, I thought those were still shots
I have to agree. That first pic looks like it was on screen. Kudos on the build and the photos!

In the last pic, is that a jar of those peanut butter filled pretzel nuggets? (Sorry, I'm feeling snackish.)
LOL! Thanks! No they are those sourdough kind!

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Re: My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

Post by midnightprowler » Thu Jan 22, 2015 12:05 am

Beautiful! Scotty would be proud!

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Re: My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

Post by Jim Kirk » Thu Jan 22, 2015 2:07 am

Thanks Guys...one more.

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Re: My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

Post by Jim Kirk » Sat Feb 14, 2015 1:05 am

My personal 1/350 Original series Star Trek Enterprise. I removed the grid lines and sanded the upper and lower saucer smooth. Installed the round 2 lighting kit, adjusted for scale, custom mixed the hull color based on my references, Used Orbital Dry-docks paint masks instead of the kit supplied decal sheet, weathered the model to scale.


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Re: My 1/350 TOS Enterprise.

Post by Jim Kirk » Sat Feb 21, 2015 11:41 am

A couple more shots...

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