Building the GCU Sokol, Part 12

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Details, Details

This weekend I had enough time to detail the main port guns and the stern gun pod. I also detailed inside the main gun superstructure behind the guns. The only thing left to detail on the stern gun pod is the bottom. I also have to mount a gun turret on the top and bottom of the pod.

I’ve taken stock of my remaining gun turrets and built up all the remaining guns that I have. I could probably use some more guns, but at this moment, I only have what I have to play with.

On with the pictures.

This is what the ship looked like on Saturday morning before I got under way. A fresh cup of Joe and the last scraps of my plastic bits.

I’m not completely happy with how this turned out, so I will hold off on painting it gray with primer for now. I’ve set some precedent here with zip ties and U shaped plastic above and below the main guns. I carried the same look over to the stern gun pod. Actually, I think I started that look on the head.

This is the stern gun pod on the port side. Like my gratuitous use of naval terms? Comes in handy sometimes to describe ship details. This pod is almost finished. It needs some bottom details. That will have to come another day.

Here’s a step back to see the big picture. Looks busy to me. But then without a primer, it all looks a bit like what the TI’s used to call us on the first day of Basic Training – Rainbows.

Here we have a starship mounted on a vise for easy access to the back of the gun pods. A vise is a handy thing to have on your work bench.

This new turret housing is the top of a prescription bottle. I think I can get a few more bottles that size. Put some shields around it and it will be good to go.

Messing around with gun turret positioning. Nothing final yet. Have to think defensively for this to work right.

A final beauty shot with the head attached. She’s starting to look aggressive. All for now, thanks for looking.

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    June 7, 2017 at 5:01 am

    Hola,me gusta mucho el tema de la repostería creativa, me estoy atreviendo a hacer cosillas y me encanta este sorteo!! el blog está muy xulo, da muchas ideas y cosas para tener en mente para ocasiones especiales quedar super bien. Gracias y suerte!!

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    Rain
    March 17, 2017 at 9:29 pm

    Well I guess I don’t have to spend the weekend fiignurg this one out!

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    Carroll
    January 9, 2013 at 3:49 am

    I like what you’ve done and it also showed me that I can use different materials to accomplish an idea. Good work and I’d like to see more.

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