Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

Mark Meyers, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Mark built Polar Lights’ 1/350 original-series starship Enterprise. He says, “Referencing books as well as Blu-ray DVDs, I painted the model to match the miniature as it was seen in 1966. The model features a full lighting package which includes rotating Bussard collectors at the front of the nacelles.”

Posted 11/25/2013 12:46:32 PM by Tim Kidwell
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  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    AWESOME!!!

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    Love it! Could almost be a still from the show.

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    Nicely photographed - could almost be a still from the show.

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    Nicely done.  

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    I am truly impressed with the results.  But the price of the model and its accessories, and the time it requires for proper construction have intimidated me ffom investing in such a project.  My wife is understanding, but not THAT understanding.

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    beam me up...looks amazing...so life-like....great use of background

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    127 Stars.

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    Sincere and humble thanks guys!

    Mark

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    Really nice! Well done!

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    Star Trek has always been my favorite show. You sir have really done justice to the ship! Fantasmagoricle Job!  Thanks for sharing, Paul

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    I just finished my 1/1000 polar lights with good results after a lot of filling and sanding!!! Will do something like your picture with a small acrylic redoma!!!

  • Star Trek USS Enterprise - January 2014

    Again, Many thanks guys!