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Old March 5 2014, 07:08 PM   #16
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Re: Question for Rick Sternbach re: Mars Defense Perimeter drones

What was done withthe model? Did it end in one of those auction sites? maybe they have good pictures.
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Old March 5 2014, 07:12 PM   #17
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Re: Question for Rick Sternbach re: Mars Defense Perimeter drones

To my knowledge, the model was never auctioned off. As a matter of fact, the only kitbashed model ever to be auctioned was the Voyager/Maquis kitbash U.S.S. Yeager from Deep Space Nine.
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Old March 6 2014, 03:12 AM   #18
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Re: Question for Rick Sternbach re: Mars Defense Perimeter drones

I'd love to build one of these. Are the two classes of submarine the same scale?

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Old March 9 2014, 09:35 PM   #19
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Re: Question for Rick Sternbach re: Mars Defense Perimeter drones

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Aside from the sub hulls, everything else was scratch-built from sheet styrene and spares-box fiddly bits. It's amazing what you can do with some Evergreen sheet and an X-acto. And a lot of 180 to 600 grit emery paper.


The insides of some ink pens look like something from Dr. Shrinker.

How the typhoon conning tower base linked to the nacelle support struts was inspire. The artist who calls himself Feyman Shipyards had an idea for have nacelle support struts connect with warp nacelles made of airliners--at the aerodynamic wing root structure along the fuselage.
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