Hi there! I've never tried to make anything from paper before and have always a bit skeptical about the medium. As a modeller I have worked with plastics and metals. It's not that I'm an elitist; I just accept that I have clunky hands and the suitability of paper projects running through my mitts is questionable. Still, I was really impressed by some of the images I have seen while googling reference materials for other projects so I wanted to check this out after I found a lead here while looking for pictures of an NX shuttle craft. I think I would like to try building some things from paper to learn a bit about the medium and at least use the process as a means of prototyping patterns for more hardy projects or possibly to learn some new skills that might carry over to other types of modelling in general. I'm in the process of trying to build a series of models for a Star Trek RPG I plan on playing and was really impressed by the TOS bridge build I saw on another thread. There was also a mock up of a Voyager console that looked pretty awesome too. I would like to build interiors of an NX as a set for gaming so hopefully I can learn a thing or two and make something of my own.