Scotian Shipyards

Use at least one plate (size, shape, quantity, etc., are builder's choice) as the basis for a “Sci-Fi thing” build. <B>Deadline: 1 Sptember 2017</B>

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Post by Dr. Yo » Tue Apr 04, 2017 7:32 pm

Looks like it's coming along nicely - always good to see Traveller getting some respect.
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Post by Scotaidh » Thu Apr 13, 2017 3:10 pm

Dr. Yo wrote:Looks like it's coming along nicely - always good to see Traveller getting some respect.
It's always been my favourite SciFi game - mostly due to how many ways the game can be played. There're always the "bang you're dead" players, but I knew one guy who was so into accounting that the games he ran were good training for starting and running one's own business. :) It was a completely different gaming experience, for sure. :)
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Post by Scotaidh » Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:58 pm

The Phaeton is still in limbo, but work has proceeded on the Fae Mk I and introducing the Fae Mk II

Mk I

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Mk II

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Post by Scotaidh » Wed Jun 07, 2017 3:49 pm

As promised, more on the Fae Mk II

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and on the Phaeton

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Post by Scotaidh » Sun Jun 11, 2017 4:19 pm

Still on the Fae Mk II

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Post by Scotaidh » Sat Jun 17, 2017 8:11 am

After a few days contemplating the orange additions to the Fae II, I decided I don't like them. Away with them! New direction, as seen here:

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This is an "edit-insert" - the following pictures were posted in their own post, but ... Somehow, when that post was deleted when I posted Pics 22- 27 on Friday, 30 June. Now, all the pictures posted here have become redundant - as I explain in my next post, I've gone in yet a different direction. These pictures are posted for general interest, and in hopes that some will find them useful inspiration.

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Post by Scotaidh » Fri Jun 30, 2017 6:15 pm

New direction, part duh. I realized that I'd kinda lost the focus of the build, but I think I'm back to facing front again. The Fae Mk I is the troop-ship, with the Fae Mk II being the gun-ship of the pair - I kinda lost sight of that. So back into the parts bin with the fans, and on with figuring out how to attach weapons to this thing.

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Post by Scotaidh » Fri Jun 30, 2017 6:21 pm

I'm not sure what happened. I somehow lost the post with the Fae Mk II pictures #15-21 ... Since they're of a now-abandoned direction, no problem, really - just perplexing. Moderators, if you can find that post I'd kinda like to have it up here again. :) If you can't find it, no worries, I guess, other than I somehow lost an entire post.

Anyone else have this happen?
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Post by Scotaidh » Tue Jul 04, 2017 5:40 pm

The nice thing about holidays is the added modeling time, especially if the invited family members bail on their invitations, thus reducing the barbeque time to a minimum. :)

I worked on the Phaeton

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and the Fae Mk II.

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Post by Scotaidh » Sun Jul 09, 2017 7:18 am

The Fae Mk II is moving right along - I feel that I'm close to done.

(Again, sorry for the quality of the pictures - I am a ham-handed photog at best, despite the best efforts of digital camera technology.)

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Re: Scotian Shipyards

Post by Scotaidh » Tue Jul 11, 2017 5:29 pm

Well, it's been a good day. I have finished the two Fae builds. Now I can concentrate on the Phaeton. :)
Here are the final pictures.

Fae Mk I

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Fae Mk II

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Re: Scotian Shipyards

Post by Scotaidh » Sun Jul 16, 2017 4:59 pm

Whilst awaiting a package from MicroMark, I thought to work on the Phaeton's landing legs.

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I realized that with the ventral turret in place, the Phaeton will need landing legs with which to sit upon my display shelf - so legs we must devise.
This is a first attempt. Depending on how these turn out, there may be more. :)
The spoons will be 'hinged' to the body at the handle end. The hollow spoon handles present some intriguing possibilities for tubing, greeblies, and gubbins of all sorts. :)
The otoscope cones will serve as the oleos that extend/retract the legs. The plastic tubing is a press-fit, but needed to be positively glued/located for strength - the plastic hex bases serve that need. (Though nowhere near as heavy as a resin model, the Phaeton is no light-weight.)
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Re: Scotian Shipyards

Post by Scotaidh » Tue Jul 25, 2017 5:54 pm

More work on the Phaeton's landing legs

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