USS Voyager: Completed!

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Re: USS Voyager: Completed!

Postby MadManMUC » Sun Oct 01, 2017 3:53 pm

Dr_Corsa wrote:Can You tell me: is Revell Voyager bigger/longer?


The Revell Voyager is 1:677, with a completed build length of 51.4 centimetres.

The Revell one will be my next project after Reliant.
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Re: USS Voyager: Completed!

Postby asmcelhinney » Sun Oct 01, 2017 4:47 pm

MadManMUC wrote:
Dr_Corsa wrote:Can You tell me: is Revell Voyager bigger/longer?


The Revell Voyager is 1:677, with a completed build length of 51.4 centimetres.

The Revell one will be my next project after Reliant.


I think he was referring to the Revell/Monogram 1400 Voyager in comparison to the Alliance one.

I have the plastic voyager. It's okay. Actually, no, it's a bit crap. The details are lacking and incorrect and the proportions feel off. Having seen these photos of the resin kit I now realise how bad the plastic one really is.
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Re: USS Voyager: Completed!

Postby MadManMUC » Sun Oct 01, 2017 6:12 pm

asmcelhinney wrote:I think he was referring to the Revell/Monogram 1400 Voyager in comparison to the Alliance one.


Oh wow, I wasn't even aware there was a 1400 Revell Voyager.
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Re: USS Voyager: Completed!

Postby el gato » Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:28 pm

Yes, it was a three-ship deal, with the Maquis ship and the Kazon Raider
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Re: USS Voyager: Completed!

Postby SKO » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:57 pm

asmcelhinney wrote:
MadManMUC wrote:
Dr_Corsa wrote:Can You tell me: is Revell Voyager bigger/longer?


The Revell Voyager is 1:677, with a completed build length of 51.4 centimetres.

The Revell one will be my next project after Reliant.


I think he was referring to the Revell/Monogram 1400 Voyager in comparison to the Alliance one.

I have the plastic voyager. It's okay. Actually, no, it's a bit crap. The details are lacking and incorrect and the proportions feel off. Having seen these photos of the resin kit I now realise how bad the plastic one really is.


Same. Probably gonna have to save up and get a resin kit at some point. Although if you get the JT Graphics decals you can really add back a lot of the detail that the model leaves out.


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