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Once again, making another model that I want a ride in!
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The interior components have begun the painting and detail process. First up is the seating, ceiling and galley unit:









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I love Hal in the corner there. Nice colors chosen.

Question, which is the Endurence?
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Just gorgeous! Color choice is evocative of the TMP-era.
Looked at this quick on my iGizmo screen, I thought these were computer-generated images.

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I love Hal in the corner there. Nice colors chosen.

Question, which is the Endurence?
Thanks! Endurance has been on my mind for some time but very little of it exists beyond that. However, the sketching has begun. I've done a quick digital profile outline of the direction I like that I'll share here. It's a big ship, an expedition cruiser, and will be built in 1/350 as next year's project.



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Thank you! Yup, the colors were definitely inspired by the warm earth tones of some TMP interiors.
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The silhouette of Endurance reminds me of ... the Enterprise-D?
How big will that beastie be...?
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I like that silhouette. Looks like the Mad Admiral is gonna go and do it again!
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Well,...holy shit.
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The silhouette of Endurance reminds me of ... the Enterprise-D?
How big will that beastie be...?
Endurance will be almost twice the length of Hood at 1/350.

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Default Re: Sentinel N-Type Shuttlecraft 1:24 scale

*stares wide-eyed at the crown-jewels*
What are those?
Blue is Hood.
Green is Sentinel.
Yellow is Repulse.
Red is the unseen Endurance...
Purple and Orange are... wut?

As a logistics exercise, it looks like the Tycho Yards tunnel wouldn't be wide enough to crank out Endurance...

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*stares wide-eyed at the crown-jewels*
What are those?
Blue is Hood.
Green is Sentinel.
Yellow is Repulse.
Red is the unseen Endurance...
Purple and Orange are... wut?

As a logistics exercise, it looks like the Tycho Yards tunnel wouldn't be wide enough to crank out Endurance...
On man. Sorry to stir up the pot!

The pink vessel on top is the 971 "Blackhawk", a one-off experimental test bed for Tycho in the early 2260's. We see its features in later vessels.

The orange outline on the bottom is the Arielle-class science vessel. Same era as Sentinel and Repulse, uses the same PB-58 drives.

I've attached an updated illustration to further complicate the growing fleet of ships produced at Tycho, including Shangri-La, Wasp, Lagrange and Javelin shuttlecraft.







You're right, the Endurance will have to have a brand-new construction dock. Boldly going.
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Endurance will be almost twice the length of Hood at 1/350.
Is there still a size limit for Wonderfest entries, or have they scrapped that?

IIRC something the size of a DeBoer's was pushing the allowable size a few years back.
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Is there still a size limit for Wonderfest entries, or have they scrapped that?

IIRC something the size of a DeBoer's was pushing the allowable size a few years back.
I'm not sure what the limit specs are. I'd like to keep the overall length in the mid 40" range. It has to fit in my car first.
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I know you do mostly TOS, but is the Endurance from the same era? That's almost Sovereign class size, which would be a massive ship for that age.

Oh, and I love how your fleet is growing!
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