I've been doing the ships from the online trading/piracy game called "Dark Pirates" (site: DarkPirates) Free file hosting by Savefile.com is where you can download the models. I don't use gluing tabs as I use clear tape. All my models are worked out using just my head, a calculator, and windows paint. My printer default-prints from windows paint at exactly 96 pixels per inch, so I can do pretty detailed sub-areas and fairly nice angles. I aced "archetectual drafting" in high-school (or "secondary school" as some places call it... you know, grades 9-12). The pencil-on-paper part is really easy for me, it's the 3d-CAD I suck at. (partly cause I was raised "old school" at seeing the 3d objects in multiple-2d terms first.) Cool trick: buy the 2-inch wide super-strength clear tape from a place like Zellers and "coat" one or both sides of all parts after printing but before cutting/scoring. Then score the folds with a rular, then cut out and fold. The result is a much stronger paper (almost bristol-board strong) with a far reduced chance of having the color run in future when cleaning dust off (protects against accidental spills too).