Tobias Richter’s 1/350 TMP Klingon K’TINGA Cruiser by Richard Long

January 28, 2009
“The Klingons are probably one the most well known Alien race in modern Science Fiction. And the Klingon Cruiser is their most successful ship design – the basic lines stayed unchanged for decades, with the latest incarnation as chancellor Gorkon’s ship “K’Ronos One” in “Star Trek IV – The Undiscovered Country”, the last movie to feature the complete classic cast with Kirk. Spock, Bones and the gang. The movie version of the basic Klingon Cruiser is the first vessel to be seen in the first Star Trek movie and makes one of the most impressive opening shots in SF history. In scale with the 1/350 Polar Lights Enterprise Refit, Richard Long made a beautiful kit of this famous Klingon Cruiser. I originally wanted to buy just the kit, but Richard offered to build one up for me, and as he is a much better model builder and painter then me, I took the chance. The model features a very detailed paint scheme, with the typical Klingon look, and a beautiful interior lighting with all the elements from the movies in place. This is a wonderful addition to my collection, now I just need to build up a PL Enterprise to display them together (well, one can dream…).”
Tobias Richter
The Light Works


Tobias Richter



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