Capt Cardboard's Little Discovery

Kuhn Global

Sr Member
Scott has outdone himself with his Little Discovery Pod Bay.
He called to share it with me tonight and I just had to post it.
Check it out... :p






I mean ...DUUUUUUDE. :thumbsup :thumbsup
It's not even painted yet.
 

tgreco

Sr Member
captain cardboards stuff is always amazing, but this just blew me away seeing it scaled to a penny
 

Kuhn Global

Sr Member
Originally posted by tgreco@Dec 20 2005, 09:15 AM
captain cardboards stuff is always amazing, but this just blew me away seeing it scaled to a penny
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LOLOL..that last picture IS the shocker isn't it?
It really didn't look that small until I saw that one. :eek
 

kyuman

New Member
Originally posted by Boba Frett@Dec 20 2005, 04:46 PM
:eek WOW..
That is amazing
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That's absolutely astounding (amazing was used already). I thought I might be looking at a set, or a large scale prototype, until I saw the penny.

Can't wait for the rest of the ship.
 

CaptCBoard

Well-Known Member
Originally posted by kyuman+Dec 20 2005, 05:51 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(kyuman @ Dec 20 2005, 05:51 PM)</div>
<!--QuoteBegin-Boba Frett
@Dec 20 2005, 04:46 PM
:eek WOW..
That is amazing
[snapback]1139998[/snapback]​
That's absolutely astounding (amazing was used already). I thought I might be looking at a set, or a large scale prototype, until I saw the penny.

Can't wait for the rest of the ship.
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Kyuman-- You mean this?



I don't have a better photo right now, sorry. White models and flat lighting just don't mix.

I posted information about this model in the Junkyard a few days ago, so people wondering about it really should go there for the straight poop. To keep this as on-topic as possible, though, I'll just say this model is 5.5 feet long, which makes it close to 1/3 the size of the small filming model. It is not a kit, but is one of the models in my Underwriter's Project.

Scott
 

Kuhn Global

Sr Member
Originally posted by CaptCBoard+Dec 20 2005, 11:42 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(CaptCBoard @ Dec 20 2005, 11:42 AM)</div>
Originally posted by kyuman@Dec 20 2005, 05:51 PM
<!--QuoteBegin-Boba Frett
@Dec 20 2005, 04:46 PM
:eek WOW..
That is amazing
[snapback]1139998[/snapback]​


That's absolutely astounding (amazing was used already). I thought I might be looking at a set, or a large scale prototype, until I saw the penny.

Can't wait for the rest of the ship.
[snapback]1140047[/snapback]​

Kyuman-- You mean this?



I don't have a better photo right now, sorry. White models and flat lighting just don't mix.

I posted information about this model in the Junkyard a few days ago, so people wondering about it really should go there for the straight poop. To keep this as on-topic as possible, though, I'll just say this model is 5.5 feet long, which makes it close to 1/3 the size of the small filming model. It is not a kit, but is one of the models in my Underwriter's Project.

Scott
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Just as I said Scott,...DUUUUUUUDE. Yes..that is 7 U's. LOL.
 

Jedi Dade

Sr Member
Are you going to kit that giant penny? what kind of paint did you use? awesome weather job. I really can't tell the difference from the one in my pocket ;)

Jedi Dade
 

kyuman

New Member
Well, I've just pulled my jaw off the floor, but it's not quite back on my face properly. Ok, there, that's got it.

I can't believe the picture, it's...it's....SOMETHING WONDERFUL.

Great going Scott.
 

REL

Sr Member
On of my all time favorite movies and ships. You did an excellent job, I would love to have one of these if you decide to kit it.
 
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