I've figured the math for equal distribution of 25% of all the crew
quarter lights, and have painted the appropriate ones on the upper
saucer. Painting those little windows is NOT something to
do on caffienated tea! Don't listen to Fresh Aire, though - I
dropped my brush twice, I was so docile! Could have fallen
asleep... I chose Matchbox Twenty instead (but then I have a
thing for their music).
I put two coats of paint over the
windows, then went over the dried paint with dental tools and a
doctor's magnifying scope. I imagined I could get an extremely
precise window pane, but the edge of the dental tool (needle sharp) is
the size of the entire corner of these windows - such precision simply
isn't going to happen. I think the best I can do is use proper
masking in the final painting of the ship.