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.
Phyllis is creating half of a U.S.S. Enterprise D dish by brushing liquid epoxy fiberglass into a mold.
John is detailing a master of the U.S.S. Vengeance from Star Trek Into Darkness. This is the top side of the dish.
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.
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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