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Re: Mo's Shipyard

Post by Del » Sat Sep 08, 2018 1:49 pm

Beautiful, and almost looks like my build, but I think you went a little lighter in base color which will do well with the decals. Nice paint work. However, the kit is from NorthTrek Creations, I just happen to sell them for RogueWolf. ;)
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Re: Mo's Shipyard

Post by mophius » Sat Sep 08, 2018 5:23 pm

I stand corrected Del. Yes, this is an NTC kit and fine work it is.
Base colour is still XF-80 Royal Light Grey but on a white primer. Both out of spray cans. The sensor pod detailing is a lighter grey though.
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Re: Mo's Shipyard

Post by mophius » Tue Sep 11, 2018 9:32 pm

Decalling tonight.

Not much done. Sensor pod apart from registry and pennant. Some on the secondary hull. They are going on very nicely on the finish of Finish and use of Microset.
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Re: Mo's Shipyard

Post by kobayashimaru » Tue Sep 11, 2018 10:43 pm

outstanding detail work Mophius
its awesome to watch this one come together

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Re: Mo's Shipyard

Post by Griffworks » Thu Sep 13, 2018 2:58 am

Seconded! Very clean work! She's gonna look great and kick some ass once assembled and commissioned for the front lines of the Dominion War! :twisted:
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Re: Mo's Shipyard

Post by mophius » Mon Sep 17, 2018 9:33 pm

More decals done on the Venture.
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Re: Mo's Shipyard

Post by No Good modeler » Tue Oct 02, 2018 12:35 am

I purchased one of these bad boys several months ago, I just haven't started on it yet.

Great work as usual.

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Re: Mo's Shipyard

Post by mophius » Tue May 14, 2019 7:17 pm

After a horrible year last year I managed to get my modelling gear out on Monday evening.

OK, it's not much but all I could manage.
Three little tidy up jobs.
Firstly my Phase 3 Akula from Alternate Paradigms. Just tidying u some putty work ready for main colour to go in.
Second my MVM M4 conversion, cleaning up the putty work around the nacelles ready for another coat of colour.
And lastly my Gizmotron Partol Escort had the bridge, sensor dome and impulse linear thingy coloured ready for a coat of future.

Not bad for a start to my remodelling, finally.

I am now looking forward to Thursday (day off) to get in my shed and put some colours down on these bad boys. I may even try putting future through my airbrush for the first time.
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