Ian Lawrence’s REVELL/MONOGRAM 1/72 Babylon 5 STARFURY

Originally shown here on Modelers Miniatures & Magic 11 years ago, back on 1/29/2009, I thought this piece would be great to update to today’s showing standards…

Made from the Revell Monogram Kit, U.K. Artist Ian Lawrence brought this piece to life. Babylon 5 is an absolute fantastic science fiction story. One of the most realistic vessels in these stories were the Star Fury Fighters assigned to the massive 5 mile long space station. Each pilot (just like today’s fighter pilots) had call signs and paint schemes to match those call signs, and squadron identification. Ian did an amazing job with this build! Not to mention that I love the Looney Tunes Tasmanian Devil painted on the top! This is a beautiful bird indeed!


Ian Lawrence




Revell – Monogram




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