A 're-introduction'

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Ron Caudillo, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. Ron Caudillo

    Ron Caudillo Creative Advisory Consultant Moderator

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    Hi all,
    I've been a member of this forum for a very long time. I've seen good times, then bad, now back to good (Thank you Ekuth!).

    As a designer, I have been asked to re-introduce myself. I see that there have been a lot of new people that have joined who may not know the designers on this forum; might be good if we all did this. There are some VERY TALENTED members who are designers here and I am humbled know them and to be a part of this community.

    In addition to the DOWNLOADS section, you can download all of my available models at:

    MODELS OF COMPETITION ROBOTS (as seen on TV's Robot Wars, Battlebots, and Robotica) designed, built, and driven by Mike Konshak:
    http://www.telerover.com/robotdojo/RD_home.htm
    Click on the "NEW! Build Your Own 1/10 scale Paper models of RobotDojo bots!" link on the bottom right of the web page.

    USS ENTERPRISE (from the original TV series) available at Jon Leslie's
    Lower Hudson Valley Challenger Center Gift Shop web site:
    http://www.lhvcc.com/egiftshop/index.html
    Click on the "Models for Download" button on the left side.
    Click on the "Science Fiction Paper Models" button.
    Scroll down and click on the link next to the photo of the Enterprise model on the page.

    USS ENTERPRISE BRIDGE (from the original TV series) available at Jon Leslie's
    Lower Hudson Valley Challenger Center Gift Shop web site:
    http://www.lhvcc.com/egiftshop/index.html
    Click on the "Models for Download" button on the left side.
    Click on the "Science Fiction Paper Models" button.
    Scroll down and click on the link next to the photo of the Enterprise bridge model on the page.
    --> Also available! A 'HAKO-sized' Enterprise Bridge model play set

    U.S. AIR FORCE MOBILE GROUND-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE LAUNCHER
    at Mike Dollof's Ground-Launched Cruise Missile web site:
    http://www.dolloff.net/GLCM.html
    Click on the "GLCM MODELS FOR DOWNLOAD" link.

    U.S. AIR FORCE MOBILE GROUND-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE (GLCM) LAUNCHER
    at the 485th Tactical Missile Wing Alumni Association's web site:
    http://www.stdcomp.com/485tmw/index.htm
    Click on the PRODUCT & SERVICES link at the bottom of the home page
    Scroll down and click on the PHOTOS, ETCETERA! link
    Click on the "Ron Caudillo's Cardboard GLCM MAN Tractor and TEL Model" link

    SPACE POD from Lost in Space TV series
    http://www.my-scifi-stuff.com
    Click on the "Download paper cut-out model of the Space Pod here!" link.

    SPACE POD from Lost in Space TV series
    http://www.b9robotbuildersclub.com/pub/gallery/miscellaneous.html
    Hover the mouse on the CLUB GALLERY tab
    Click on the "MISCELLANEOUS" selection
    Scroll down the page and click on the "SPACE POD" link

    SOMA CUBE PUZZLE
    http://www.papermodelers.com// (must be a member, registration is free)
    Click on the DOWNLOADS tab near the top left of the home page
    Scroll down to the TOYS AND AUTOMATA link and click on it
    Scroll down and click on the SOMA CUBE.PDF posting

    PENDERCRAFTS
    http://www.pendercrafts.com
    Click on the blue "click here to enter site" link at the bottom center of the home page.
    Click on the "SCI-FI PAPER MODELS" link
    Click on the "DOWNLOAD" link at the bottom of the page

    *Be sure to thank them for hosting the models!


    Other projects I am actively designing and building:
    Babylon 5 Starfury (with detailed cockpit)
    Hako-style Enterprise bridge (I need to finish the command section and view screen)
    Lost in Space series (now working on the Jupiter 2- with detailed upper deck)
    Doctor Who Dalek (2005 NSD)
    Despicable Me car
    Commodore computer series

    And a LOT MORE ideas that I have (and am) gathering reference material and making drawings:
    1980s 8-bit computer series (Atari, TI, Timex-Sinclair, Apple, etc.) <--NEED reference help PLEASE!)
    Despicable Me jet
    Oscar Meyer Weinermobile (with detailed interior)
    Forbidden Planet C-157 D with detailed interior)
    USS Monitor (with detailed interior)
    Other 'ideas' yet to be fleshed out (and I have a BUNCH of them!)

    Best Regards,
    Ron Caudillo
    PM me for my e-mail address
  2. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Thanks You so much! I think for many, you are in that first group of names that you come across when the world of paper modeling comes along. If your name was on the site, it always meant something good would be there. Thanks for the list of your models and their website locations .:mrgreen::thumb:
  3. ekuth

    ekuth Guest

    Welcome back, Ron!

    It means alot to have you back- we've worked hard to turn things around here. I think we're finally getting somewhere!
  4. uhu02

    uhu02 Active Member

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    I feel very happy…Like a lot of people.

    "Ron Caudillo"Your work is always my goal.:wave:

    uhu02
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  5. Ron Caudillo

    Ron Caudillo Creative Advisory Consultant Moderator

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    Thank you Master Uhu!

    Best Regards,
    Ron Caudillo