In Defense of Weathering Starfleet Vessels

Painting methods, display options and general tweaks.
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Re: In Defense of Weathering Starfleet Vessels

Postby MEATLOAFr » Thu Nov 16, 2017 4:15 am

Tesral wrote:
arcticfox wrote:
MadManMUC wrote:Or a giant space hand (was it washed?!) grabbing your ship by the primary hull.


Haha fingerprints of Apollo! :lol:


And cleaning them off is a task of Olympian proportions.


keep him away from the superglue - permanent thumb prints
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Re: In Defense of Weathering Starfleet Vessels

Postby Tesral » Thu Nov 16, 2017 4:32 am

MEATLOAFr wrote:
Tesral wrote:
arcticfox wrote:
Haha fingerprints of Apollo! :lol:


And cleaning them off is a task of Olympian proportions.


keep him away from the superglue - permanent thumb prints


The silican sacred sanding stick of Brahma can get them off.
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Re: In Defense of Weathering Starfleet Vessels

Postby arcticfox » Thu Nov 16, 2017 6:22 pm

Not gonna lie... This has me wondering whether it would be fun, when doing my next classic Constitution class Enterprise, to put dark green ink on my fingertips and lightly grip the front of the saucer before adding sealant... Maybe a little scoring from Apollo's lightning blasts against the hull (assuming he penetrated the shields... not sure that he did...) and call it the "Who Mourns for Adonais" edition model...


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