Medical Frigate build by Jim C

ShowCraft

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Have to start at the very back before continuing with detailing the forward sections, otherwise faults may be introduced.
The "drive section" will be a strong, yet light-weight structure in order to keep the whole model balanced.

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bwize

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WOW! No words can express how beautiful a job you are doing on this beast. I second the motion that this is one of the most distinctive designs from the OTs.
 

Carnet

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The only thing that would make this more awesome is a Millenium Falcon to plug up to the belly!

So good!
 

ShowCraft

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The triangle sails were mounted to round bases made from stacked drink cups. Not being able to source the same vintage cups on the studio model, I printed them to match the unique shape of the cup base the c-600 part sits in.
 

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