So...I first discovered paper modeling at the library waaaay back in the nineties when I found a book in the library titled: Making Paper Airplanes, by Roger Hawcock. I made every model in that book! My favourite being the Sopwith Camel. I made a few of those. Then life continued and I had to put the hobby on hold. Early this year I was surfing the interwebs just to see if I could find a model or two to kill some spare time and I was blown away at the quantity and quality of models available--for free even! I've been hooked (again) ever since. Life is still life, but I find time to work on models when I can. So far I've made an AT-AT, mini snowspeeder, mini X-wing, and Ron Caudillo's USS Enterprise NCC-1701 (tos). Since I completed the Enterprise, I have been searching for top quality Enterprise models. So far I have all of them except the one from 2009 (but I'm working on that;-)). I even found the CV-6 Enterprise! So here I am and happy to be here.