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Cylon Raider from Moebius Models Mk

1 + Mk 2

Cylon Raider from Moebius Models Mk

1 + Mk 2

Cylon Raider from Moebius Models Mk

1 + Mk 2

Cylon Raider from Moebius Models Mk

1 + Mk 2

A little Hangar Bay for my Viper.

Cylon Raider from Moebius Models Mk

1 + Mk 2

I wanted to make a presentation of all my colonial stuff from the classic series Battlestar Galactica. The "tank" is new and the shuttle got new windows, I think it's now better.

And again an update from my classic Viper frorm Battlestar Galactica. The biggest difference is that it is now no longer white. And I have make some minor changes in the inside and some optical updates. I think especially the cockpit is now better.

A BSG inspired photo :D

  

I took this about a year ago, and I had it on my flickr for a bit but I decided to take it down because I wasn't sure about the skin.

 

After I saw Diana's lovely photo here I got inspired to add it back:

 

www.flickr.com/photos/absence-is-steel/2487256708/

 

I got the idea from the story of Gina Inviere on the show. She was always one of my favorite characters and I always kind of held out the hope that she would be resurrected and find happiness after all that happened to her, but for her it wasn't into another copy of a body but into something deeper which I find to be kind of an interesting idea.

 

In my own life I feel like I've kind of left behind an old life to be born again into the person I am now, and her story was always one close to my heart.

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbO9sSq6Dm0&feature=related

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=eF5t6XhlFQE

Cylon Raider from Moebius Models Mk

1 + Mk 2

A little Hangar Bay for my Viper.

Cylon Raider from Moebius Models Mk

1 + Mk 2

My aim was to make this using as much Dark Tan as I could, as it seemed the most accurate colour.

The Battlestar Galactica look-a-like elevators hidden inside the Ludwig Erhard Haus

"Viper Four-five-zero! Galactica.

Approach port landing bay, hands-on, speed one zero five,

checkers red, call the ball."

A little Hangar Bay for my Viper.

And again an update from my classic Viper frorm Battlestar Galactica. The biggest difference is that it is now no longer white. And I have make some minor changes in the inside and some optical updates. I think especially the cockpit is now better.

Because some people ask, of course it's possible to open the cockpit. :)

This is a shot of my Moebius models BS Galactica with f.optics lighting.

 

Taken from the other side of 'the ship'

I found these two hiding in my old duck boots which I hadn't worn for a year... fancy that!

 

I'm not a big fan of Battlestar Galactica (old or new) but these guys are neat.

Cylon Raider from Moebius Models Mk

1 + Mk 2

This is the Colonial Shuttle from the original series of Battlestar Galactica from 1978.

And some pics with my hangar bay. :)

Cylon Raider from Moebius Models Mk

1 + Mk 2

Viper MkII Instruction 1/20

 

For all Battlestar Galactica fans out there, have I made an instruction from my LEGO Viper MkII. I hope you like it, have fun with it. So say we all! :)

And again an update from my classic Viper frorm Battlestar Galactica. The biggest difference is that it is now no longer white. And I have make some minor changes in the inside and some optical updates. I think especially the cockpit is now better.

Ok, the 3rd season from the classic Series is terrible, but the Turbocycles are really funny. :)

MkV with my two Classic Vipers.

A new version of the Viper Mk II from Battlestar Galactica. I hope you like it.

And some pics with my hangar bay. :)

Paula Malcolmson (Amanda Graystone), Tricia Helfer (Caprica 6), Grace Park (Boomer), Eric Stolz (Daniel Graystone), Esai Morales (Joseph Adama).

My take on the iconic ship from the new Battlestar show

Like the X-Wing model uploaded earlier, this is an oldie from the bottom of a cardboard box filled with childhood scale models. I ran into this today as I cleared a couple of shelves in the basement.

 

This is a Monogram model I got with great expectations after the wonderful X-Wing. I was so disappointed when I found out that this was a very, very simple model which had no pilot nor a cockpit, just the canopy with black decals for windows. Also, the kit had no orange stripe decals for the bottom, only top. Maybe that's why I was a bit more adventurous with the matchstick weathering. I wanted this to look mean, so, pushing the envelope, the matchstick flame melted the plastic here and there during the process. The damage actually looks allright now (not really visible from this angle), this one just looks battered, as if it's seen a lot of interstellar action.

 

There's an Avanaut Facebook page for those who like liking such things.

 

(Explored!)

A lone Viper has crashed on an inhospitable planet. The pilot must decide if he should stay where the ship can keep him warm, or if it would be safer to seek shelter elsewhere. It all depends on whether the Cylons or his fellow Colonials are likely to find him first.

 

[I have had some computer problems. Sent it to the shop for a week, and they had to do a full reinstall... end result, I have lost all my programs, and lost the install disk for my photo editor. The other editor programs I have either don't work on my PC or they suck, so I will not be able to post up anything fancy or good for a while.]

Shakespeare's most famous stage direction.

My 2010 photomanip/ digital painting of Gaius Baltar (James Callis) from BATTLESTAR GALACTICA.

 

Image made with ArcSoft PhotoStudio 2000, FotoSketcher 1.95, and Picnik 2010.

 

For before-and-after comparison, please see the original source photo.

IMG_0256. Wanted to create an illusion of movement. Used a long duration and then zoomed in for the effect.

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