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Old 01-17-2018, 02:15 AM
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Default Re: 1:350 TOS Light Cruiser

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Originally Posted by Lord_Schtupp View Post
Hey Jim were'nt you on the Dynaverse Forums? I recall a member there with similar handle to yours and of the kiwi persuasion
Yeah, that would've been me Except for the TrekBBS I've been using that handle since I discovered the forums. I'd forgotten about the Dynaverse... is it still around?

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To answer your question no I went straight from Reverend Trigsters 4-view of his interpretation of Antares, which I cant find on the net atm, only his tmp version. I hadn't seen the Ventura sketch until now. Also I had built my model 5 years prior, in 2003
Thanks. I'd forgotten that Reverend had done this.
You're in luck, I used to save as much ship design artwork as I could find.
2003, was it really that long ago? Damn...



I guess Byrne could've followed a similar path when doing 'his' ship - would make sense, a smaller Starfleet ship and the Antares as seen in the Concordance fits the bill as a good starting point
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