Designer Members

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by thewoodengraver, Mar 20, 2007.

  1. thewoodengraver

    thewoodengraver Active Member

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    I thought it would be fun to show other members who we are, and possibly how many of us there are here. There are many more designers here than most people know.

    Please show a pic of 1 or more built models you designed. You do not have to be the builder, but if you are not, please show who built it. Also please add a link for download if applicable.

    You can rate yourself if you want from 1 to 5. 1=beginner 5=professional

    I rate myself a 1 (beginner). Along with what is shown in the pic, I also designed the Wood Engraver's Castle, 3 Wise Hearts and a few sillies..I am currently designing a 1/32 narrow gauge Porter saddletank switcher.
    Hako wood_e was painted by me but designed by Matsamune Washington.
  2. Triop

    Triop Member

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    Here are some of my designs...I'd say level 1 :roll:

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    I like to keep things simple with some good results :-D

    After reading some posts of the " Howl's Moving Castle " model,
    I decided to also design a model from the Ghibli Studio's :

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    This is the sea plane ( Savoia S.21 ) taken from the Hayao Miyazaki movie " Porco Rosso "...
    THAT is going to be a challenge...:twisted:

    I found this site to be very useful : http://page.freett.com/stzip/s_21.htm
  3. Chthulhu

    Chthulhu Member

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    I'll jump in; the Mars Society habitat is my favorite of the models I've designed.

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    The rest may be seen and downloaded from my Web site.
  4. fructose

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    Well, there the Minotaur rocket that I built and it's friend the Enhanced Capability model:

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    I also built both of these models, so I'm sure they would look much better in someone elses's hands. :) I'd say I'm about a 2.5. They were my first (and so far only) two, but they turned out really well. I think they are about as good as any other free rocket model out there.
  5. Willja67

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    Here are most of them, F-15, Airwolf, and F2G Corsair

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    And the latest still in the design stage can be seen here
  6. Bowdenja

    Bowdenja Active Member

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    Will................ no B-25??!!
  7. 46rob

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    here are a few of mine:
    Additionally, I've done an A4, F-100 (parts bin), XF2Y, T-33 (parts bin), and a handful of GSE. I'm currently working on a half dozen or so other designs, including the Pensacola Lighthouse, and some more NATO cold war jets.

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  8. silverw

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  9. Lex

    Lex Dollmaker

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    Never realised there is such an army of designers out there :D !! Also I've just realised for most of the times I used CG's in place for finished testbuilds, so it was kinda hard to find an actual photo...
    http://users.ox.ac.uk/~corp1287/models.html

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  10. ShaunGamer

    ShaunGamer Member

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    I am only new to this so would rate myself a 2.
    Nebeltex still formats and finalizes a lot of my designs for sale on his site, (see signature) so it is a joint effort really.
    Here are samples of what I have done:

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  11. sdk2knbk

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    Well, here's a few of mine, not all of them though. I really need to take some better pictures.

    Scott K.

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  12. Willja67

    Willja67 Member

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    John, there is a link at the bottom of my post to the B-25 thread, and since I'm sure you're anxious for the vertical stabs they'll come with the props and those are almost done. Maybe tonight.
  13. SteveM

    SteveM Member

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    Here are the ones I brought to Herndon VA convention last year.

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  14. Martin Saenger

    Martin Saenger Member

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    Here are some of my models.

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  15. SteveM

    SteveM Member

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    a couple of "coming soon" models.

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  16. -Jim G

    -Jim G Member

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    I'll rate myself a 1.5 - but that doesn't mean I don't like my Beaver model[​IMG]
    -Jim G
  17. Triop

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    WOW...

    I'm realy amazed and inspired at the same time....very much talented guys on this forum...nice thread Woodengraver :)
  18. Ron Caudillo

    Ron Caudillo Creative Advisory Consultant Moderator

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    Ron Caudillo Early Stuff

    Here are some of my first models. These were Bots that were designed and driven by Mike Konshak and appeared on TV's Robot Wars, BattleBots, and Robotica.

    Here are the links to the website currently hosting my available models:

    USS ENTERPRISE (from the original TV series) available at Jon Leslie's
    Lower Hudson Valley Challenger Center Gift Shop web site:
    http://jleslie48.com/
    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 1:50 scale (from the original TV series) available at Jon Leslie's
    Lower Hudson Valley Challenger Center Gift Shop web site:
    http://jleslie48.com/
    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.

    USS ENTERPRISE BRIDGE 1:50 and 1:25 scale (from the original TV series) available at Joe Melton's website:
    http://www.compositecreationsltd.com
    Click on the DOWNLOAD PAGE link.

    U.S. AIR FORCE MOBILE 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 VERY 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.cardmodels.net/ (must be a member, registration is free)
    Click on the FORUM link near the top left of the home page
    Scroll down to the PARTS BIN section and click on the TOYS & AUTOMATA link
    Scroll down and click on the SOMA CUBE PUZZLE posting

    COMING SOON!!! All of my models will be hosted at:
    PENDERCRAFTS
    http://www.pendercrafts.com

    Be sure to thank them for hosting the models!

    Ron Caudillo

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  19. ARMORMAN

    ARMORMAN Guest

    Here's a few by me...I'd rate myself as certifiably insane...actually, I'll let others decide...a1 is Noah's Ark, BTW

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  20. paper warrior

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    I design, kinda. I mostly do variants of tanks based on Cliff and Shaun's tanks. The Mobelwagen in my gallery is my first design, many more on the drawing board (too many?).