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Hi all. Going to be building the Revell USS Voyager kit with lighting and photo etch. Been many many moons since my last build which was the Revell 1:700 Bismarck (dont ask for photos waayyyy before digital cameras and the Interwebs) Decided on Voyager as she is my favourite Trek ship and was possibly the last film/tv ship to use a physical studio model for shots before CGI became ubiquitous. Fully expect to make an @rse of it after three decades away from modelmaking so will be getting my hand back in with a couple of the airfix doubles kits fi
Hi This is the first model that I decided to add lighting to. It seemed so easy to do (as though it was built for it) and it didn't take many alterations to add the LED's and route the wiring. No drilling of the windows, etc, and minimal amount of cutting required. Though not detailed to an experts eye, when looking at it on the TV it seems that technology was not a priority with their model in the series, whereas cash flow was. I will try to upload a video as it shows the lights in more detail. More pictures can be found by clicking on this link: http://s29.photobucket.com/user/ukbandit1
Hi guys For those who have seen the pictures of my finished kit of the Enterprise and wondered how I managed to add the lighting, etc, I have shown a couple of the diagrams below which may be of help. For more diagrams, pictures and video just click HERE Kevin