Refitting a Potemkin Refit

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Re: Refitting a Potemkin Refit

Postby Griffworks » Sun May 07, 2017 5:50 pm

Any updates on this, perchance? Curious to know.

BTW, it appears that Tetryon Parts is closed up.
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Re: Refitting a Potemkin Refit

Postby Griffworks » Tue Jan 23, 2018 12:02 am

Drop_Bear wrote:Thanks, guys!

I had the Aves out today. I applied it around the inside of the saucer to better secure the B/C deck. I also used it to start filling the seam around it.

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This is actually a very nice shot of the bridge module. I have to get another one like this when Potemkin's painted and decalled.

Updates? Hope she’s back together and patrolling!
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Re: Refitting a Potemkin Refit

Postby Drop_Bear » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:15 am

Griffworks wrote:Updates? Hope she’s back together and patrolling!

No, poor old Potemkin is still in pieces at drydock I'm afraid. I have been rather distracted the last... hell, I don't know how many months. My internal clock still says November 2017! I have the incredibly useless ability to almost totally focus on one thing for weeks or even months at a time and it does cause me to forget even simple daily tasks like winding my watch, which is why I'd like to apologise for not answering sooner. I want to get back to work on my reimagined Enterprise, but putting Potemkin back together would probably be a better place to start. So I guess I'll have an update in the next week or two. I just have to dust off my desk and everything on it first. Whee.
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Re: Refitting a Potemkin Refit

Postby Tesral » Wed Feb 14, 2018 7:17 pm

It's good to see you back Drop Bear. looking forward to some progress.
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Re: Refitting a Potemkin Refit

Postby el gato » Thu Feb 15, 2018 12:14 am

Tesral wrote:It's good to see you back Drop Bear.


+1 You were missed 'round these here parts
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Re: Refitting a Potemkin Refit

Postby Drop_Bear » Thu Feb 15, 2018 5:57 am

I really appreciate that. Congrats on becoming an administrator, Tesral!
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Re: Refitting a Potemkin Refit

Postby Tesral » Thu Feb 15, 2018 5:11 pm

Drop_Bear wrote:I really appreciate that. Congrats on becoming an administrator, Tesral!


Thanks. Now, more model. Speaking of which I need to get cracking myself.
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