Here's my latest: the Orion/Cousteau Near-Earth Object Mission spacecraft. It is loosely based on an actual proposal by Lockheed-Martin to dock two Orion spacecraft nose-to-nose and send it to rendezvous with a near-Earth object, i.e., an asteroid. I decided to take a different approach, making the mission an international one. So I used a proposed crewed version of ESA's Automated Transfer Vehicle (here named Cousteau after the famed ocean explorer) and joined it with an Orion. Both models were designed by Ton Noteboom and offered on his site, but both are heavily modified, Cousteau more than Orion. To begin with, Ton's models are 1/96th scale, so I enlarged them to 1/48th. During construction, I added various detail and bits and pieces throughout. I replicated the ATV's quilted insulation blankets with toilet paper. Cottonelle bathroom tissue contains a ridged detail that looks a lot like the insulation blankets, so I stiffened a few sheets by spraying them with a 50-50 mixture of white glue and water. After the glue dried, I was able to cut it and affix it to the model. Also, I will point out that the solar arrays are out of synch -- they point different directions -- and that's something I will fix. I just wanted to get the photos taken.