Greetings to all!

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by scarmig, Apr 3, 2010.

  1. scarmig

    scarmig New Member

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    Introducing myself to the forum,

    I've been paper modeling for a couple of years now, and starting to get more interested in the hobby.

    My introduction was through the model of Serenity from Firefly I found on the internet. It was my first paper model, and took me something near six months to complete. I've since discovered I probably should have started this hobby with a slightly simpler project. Since then I've done several others, and I'm looking to get into larger models, and from there into design.

    We'll see how it goes!

    Scarmig
  2. mysteroid

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    Welcome Scarmig!

    I did the same thing with my first model. I think it was the Battlestar Pegasus, not a complex model, but definitely a little much for a beginner! Keep at it. I'm looking forward to seeing your builds!

    Steve
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    scarmig New Member

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    I put up a small gallery of a few of the models I have. Missing are an Eeyore and Wonder Woman I did for my daughters, and probably a few others. A Battlestar Pegasus sounds like a fun project....

    Thanks for the welcome!

    Scarmig Papercraft Gallery
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    Wow, nice gallery ---I really like that last couple ---is that a 'viper'? ..anyway, I'm new to card-modeling ---can't wait to build something. I was hoping to find a space-shuttle to start out... Thanks again for posting your pics..
  5. scarmig

    scarmig New Member

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    I saw a space shuttle model somewhere recently...

    http://www.axmpaperspacescalemodels.com/

    Some of the payloads they charge for, but I think the actual shuttle models are free.


    If you're interested in real space vehicle paper modeling, there is a yahoo group called Space-Paper-Models. Some amazing stuff in there, include a three-foot tall Saturn rocket that actually comes apart in it's launch stages.
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    g00se New Member

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    Thanks!! That is exactly what I am looking for...! :)
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    PRO-PAIN New Member

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    Hello,i'm from Russia
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    SSanatobaJR New Member

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    Awesome models! They look great! Sometime in the future I may try a model of Serenity myself. I more of a Star Trek and Star Wars fan myself though. I just love the streamlined look of Starfleet vessels and the giant spaceships of Star Wars!

    Welcome to Zealot!:thumb: