Hello everyone. I'm new to paper model making. I've been making models (mostly aviation and marine) on an off for most of my life, but this has been more around plastic kits with the odd dabble with cardboard flying planes. I didn't realise that there was such great printable models available on the web until one of my kids had homework to make a model of the Tower of London. Having duly helped to make a cardboard effort with toilet roll centres and old boxes, I subsequently found a great printable model on the Canon site and enjoyed making it. Given how well that experience went, albeit with mistakes, I looked around to see what else I could try to up my skills and learn more. I found an USS Enterprise model by Ron Caudillo/Alan Sinclair and it looked like a good step up with plenty of challenge. (I like Sci-fi too) Well... I just finished it this weekend and overall, I'm quite pleased with the learning experience. I think the model was well designed and went together well with good instructions. Again I made mistakes and there was warping of the main dish and other bits where I just rushed sections, but the finished model is a fair representation and is now hanging from my kids ceiling. (Pictures attached) Moving on then.... What now? The Enterprise was fun but it didn't have too much detail, so I looked around for something which is the next level on again to my eye, and have just started the U-Boot VII C by U-Don. I'm determined to take this a bit slower and experiment with paper types and up my skill. This is one of the main attractions for me at the moment. If I fluff it up, I can just print off another sheet and start again. (Which I already have done.. :-0 ) Anyway, came by this site by chance and I have been astounded by the level of the contributers on here and hope to gain further inspiration to push me forward.