Ships in Progress at Our Model Shop
LOS ANGELES – September 18, 2013 – For those of you who are curious about the magic that goes on in our Florida model shop, we offer this glimpse behind the curtain.
Our artisans are working on hand-cast, hand-built, hand-painted, screen-accurate models of some of the finest ships in the universe. Click on each image for a closer look.
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.
Kim is preparing to hand-cut foam packaging that cradles a Serenity. The various boxes surrounding the ship hold the acrylic stand, AC adapter and remote control.
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