Category Moonbase Models – Gil Brumana

Kuhn Global’s FOUR DeSanto Battlestar Galactica Continuation 1/24 COLONIAL VIPERS – Built by R.L. Bleecker – From the Moonbase Models Kits – Blue Screen by Kuhn Global (Kurt Kuhn) – Composite by Robert Watson!

I love back stories! Tom DeSanto’s “Battlestar Galactica: The Continuation” story really took everyone to excitement...

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Mk IV “Continuation” Viper by Kostas Kosmidis

Those who know this kit are very aware of what everyone went through to even get one...

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Ship of Darkness – Composite Art by Peter Noble


Using the Kuhn Global Blue Screen photos of the 4 beautiful DeSanto Continuation Viper builds… (Seen HERE built by R.L...

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1:24 Contunation Viper by R.L. Bleecker


When Tom DeSanto and Bryan Singer got together to do a Continuation Series (long before the highly successful Ron Moore Re-do), Mr...

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“Light Ship” Composite Art by Peter Noble


Here is another great piece from professional artist Peter Noble. Using the blue screen photos of the Mk IV Continuation Vipers (originally designed for DeSanto’s Continuation Film) seen HERE (...

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“BREAK! BREAK! BREAK!” Composite Art by R.L. Bleecker


As Blue Squadron tests out their re-designed Viper Mk IV’s in deep space…. each Colonial Pilot suddenly hears a shout from their CAG over their VOX system…...

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1:24 Galactica Continuation Viper by R.L. Bleecker


Designed for Tom DeSanto, patterns made by Michael Miles and Coby Lorang, then made into a workable kit by Gil Brumana of Moonbase Models, professional modeler R.L...

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1:24 Antique Viper mastered by Gil Brumana


This is a piece I wish someone would bring out as a large scale kit...

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Kuhn Global VIPER Squadron

Here is all four of the finished Salzo/Reis Studio Vipers together in action that R.L. Bleecker built for the collection...

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“DeSanto Viper” Composite Art by Robert Watson


Built from the Michael Miles Artistry 1:24 scale kit, this fantastic build was done by artist Chris Dobinson! From the final photos he did of it, Robert Watson, did a fantastic job placing it...

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