Check Out QMx Artisans At Work On Star Trek Ship Models

By StarTrek.com Staff - October 17, 2013

What does it take to craft QMx's remarkable Star Trek collectible models? Lots of time, effort and skill. That much is clear from the series of behind-the-scenes photos QMx posted recently of the artisans at their Florida model shop as hand cast, hand build and hand paint screen-accurate models of such beloved Star Trek ships as the USS Enterprise Refit, USS Enterprise-D, USS Vengeance (from Star Trek Into Darkness) and XCV 330 Ring Ship.

Star Trek QMX Behind the Scenes on Star Trek Ship Models

Phyllis is creating half of a U.S.S. Enterprise D dish by brushing liquid epoxy fiberglass into a mold.

Star Trek QMx Behind The Scenes of Star Trek Ship Models

John is detailing a master of the U.S.S. Vengeance from Star Trek Into Darkness. This is the top side of the dish.

Star Trek QMx Star Trek Ship Behind The Scenes

Joe is putting finishing touches on a U.S.S. Enterprise Refit. All of our Artisan products undergo a thorough inspection before they’re shipped to customers.

Star Trek QMx Star Trek Ship Making Behind the Scenes

Phyllis is removing vinyl masking on an XCV 330 Ring Ship. Masking is used while painting our ship models to create a textured Aztec pattern.

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