Greetings all. I have been lurking here for some time, but was recently asked to sign up by Mr. Caudillo. I recently built a 1/350th Starship Enterprise from paper, based on Ron's model and the Alan Sinclair blueprints. I'm changing domians and don't have any pictures for you at the moment, but I will have very soon. This model is 32.5" long and is in scale with the Polar Lights Refit. I used expanding foam to fill the nacelles and engineering section, to stiffen them and provide for support. But that's only where things begin. After I got the first parts completed I covered each part with fiberglass, after a couple of coats of glass, I sanded everything down and primered all of the parts. I then used those parts to make molds. These molds were used to create casting masters for vacuum forming. I have sent the masters off and will be using the vacuum formed parts and some resin cast parts to make a kit. I'm not here to hype my kit, I just wanted to tell you how I used your favorite medium to make a scale model out of styrene. When I get my site back up, I'll post some pics. I'd really like to know how to use the software to make these models as this little exercise has got my mind whorling with ideas. Any advice, tips, or tricks are welcome. I'm hooked on paper!