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    willb
    willb
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    Received this in the mail on Monday from Pulsefired on ShapewaysShadow Omega

    More photos on my blog at http://18clovehamhock.blogspot.com/2017/11/shadow-omega.html

    #76788

    Alexander Wasberg
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    A fancy looking ship, not too visible print-lines either.

    #76815

    Matthew Hipkin
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    Is the finish as gritty as it looks in the picture?

    #76823
    Mike
    Mike
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    Is the finish as gritty as it looks in the picture?

    If it is WSF then yes.
    Even FUD has lines and what not..

    I did go check the blog to see, but got distracted by the Conan stuff!

     

     

    #77129
    willb
    willb
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    It is printed with black strong flexible material which is the least expensive material shapeways uses.   It is also not the polished version of the material which results in a surface that is not smooth.  It does not feel gritty, but is uneven.   The ships in the tv show were a combination of shadow and earth alliance technology resulting in an organic surface and spines compared to a regular omega destroyer.

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