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Old 04-07-2015, 01:13 PM
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Default Re: 1:350 TOS Light Cruiser

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Originally Posted by Road Warrior View Post
That is a pretty cool design. Does that stripe denote a "cutter" to your way of thinking?
Thanks! The stripe was on this original concept drawing but I'm not opposed to keeping it. It does seem to denote a "coast guard" motif but as a design element it follows the hull at a nice angle. It also doesn't have to be red either.

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I'm surprised you're going tos this time but I certainly understand why. You mentioned project, I'm thinking you got more than one you're thinking about.
TOS is my other favorite era and I feel the time is right to revisit that. Plus after three straight motion-picture era aztec paint jobs, I'm all for a solid gray for once. I have another 1:537 design command ship (Project ESSEX) which at this point will be put on hold pending the smooth transition to this one.
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