Trill PADD

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Sun 19. Apr 2015, 14:44


  • Hi guys,

    here are some pictures from my very first Trill PADD, I'm really satisfied with the result.

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Sun 19. Apr 2015, 17:39


  • That looks like a real prop, maybe even better!
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Sun 26. Apr 2015, 07:08


  • Thanks for the kind words Dirk.

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  • deif wrote:i second my klingon friend!


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Tue 28. Apr 2015, 21:12


  • It looks like real metal, but I guess it is not ...
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Wed 29. Apr 2015, 04:03


  • Kmpr´rak wrote:It looks like real metal, but I guess it is not ...


    No, it's just painted PVC hardfoam and clear plexi.

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Mon 18. May 2015, 18:12


  • Capt. Kaiser wrote:Cool Padd :)


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Sat 23. May 2015, 16:47


  • Well done.
    I didn't know foam and paint could create such realism. And I used it a lot for modeling.
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