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This is a kit bash / scratch built model inspired by the designs of Ian McQue. Hope i did him justice…
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Stephen W Towle said on November 7, 2020
Niko’s this build totally works. I had to take my time and look at all of the detail, the weathering and just get a feel for what is going on. Its so alien and yet not which is what good science fiction is about.
Two thumbs up. Thankyou for sharing.
Spiros Pendedekas said on November 7, 2020
Not only you did justice to Ian McQue, but you came up with a wonderful result, my friend Νίκο!
I love what I see, a lot of quality work being put into it!
George Henderson said on November 7, 2020
Very, very nice all around
Stellan Schroeder Englund said on November 7, 2020
Revell´s Tug boat can be used for many things apparently! Very cool project, tons of details.
Rob Anderson said on November 7, 2020
Tom Cleaver said on November 7, 2020
That’s just super. I like it a lot!
Kyle Koppos said on November 7, 2020
That’s something I want to try. Thanks for the inspiration in turn.
Robert Royes said on November 7, 2020
Not familiar with this, but I think it looks great.
Maarten said on November 7, 2020
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Haslam Yeoman said on November 8, 2020
Wonderful imaginative build.
Nikos Kosmadakis said on November 8, 2020
Thanks everyone, glad you like it!
Greg Kittinger said on November 9, 2020
Well – I’m not normally a “ship” guy, but wait – this thing isn’t really in the water, is it! Very cool – love the imagination and the final paint and weathering work are really inspired. Great job!
Charles King said on November 10, 2020
A very inspiring build. I love it.
Alex said on November 12, 2020
Really fun and creative, make me think about the Mr. Kim boat in the movie “The Fifth Element” 😀
Mark Kannemeyer said on November 14, 2020
Lovely stuff. Well done!
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