Studio Scale Klingon Bird of Prey part ID

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morsesith21

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Does anyone know if there is a thread the completely Id's all the parts for the bird of prey? I have the slave 1 parts of coarse and a few others but I am unclear on the rest. Thanks.
 

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morsesith21

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Can anyone tell me what tank kit this tread comes from? I cannot seem to find it. Thanks very much.


bird tread.png
 

jayroth

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Sorry, no; I've seen some very detailed photos of the shooting miniature, but not the actual miniature itself.
 

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division 6

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Wasn't there a few pictures floating around with a ruler next to the model.
I remember seeing some grainy b/w pix somewhere.

For quality pix look around for images taken at the auction.
 

jayroth

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The jerrycans were approximately 1/4" wide, based upon the picture I am referencing, which was black and white, with a rule held by a C-stand. The same jerrycans were also used in a single row on the bridge/head section. Definitely NOT tracks. If I can find a good version of the image I will post here.
 

morsesith21

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I believe this is the same detail as on the B-wing. Here is another example of the detail which is also on the back of the wing. This detail is all over the ship. I got this pic from Neisen's build up.




wing back.jpg
 

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