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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Paragon, Apr 14, 2008.
yeah i use my web cam it gives pretty good pics when used right
Ok, its done, I need you to PM me your e-mail. Anyone else interested in testbuilding this model, please PM me your e-mail as well.
Oh, sorry, I already have yours.
printing youve ceartinaly remasterd it brilliant alot simpiler than the other version textures are brilliant to
i seem to have encountered a problem with printing evry thing comes out realy big ive tried changing it but no sucess
What do you mean exactly?
Keep on the lookout for the updated files I sent you.
Hey Paragon, I'd like to test-build your Steamrunner.
Not to backtrack, but I've been a big fan of hemostats for paper modeling for years... I have 6 pair, ranging in size from itty bitty 2" long, to 18" long puppies. Both straight and curved ones are definately handy to have. :thumb:
Where'd you get 18 inchers?! The biggest I've seen are 10 inches.
I finished my build last night and took some pictures. I'm pretty pleased with it.
Starhip Builder, when you say you're having trouble printing, do you mean the PDF is too large for the paper? I'm pretty sure thats a problem with the printer settings, but I can send you the 1/1900 scale version if you want.
Great job Paragon. I've got to find time to finish my Akira! sign1
Alright, I've got two testbuilders, if one more person wants to get in on this, let me know.
it ok ive just put them into photodhop a scaled it down its fine thanks for your pics should help me with my build it looks tons better
edit: ive built the hull twice now and each time it warps out of shapebecause the back wall is to big
I see. I had that problem too, but I figured it was from something else. Cut it down the middle and glue the overlap. I'll make the change to the file.
ok thanks also is the bottom meant to be flat or have a slight curve
The Steamrunner has a flat bottom, IIRC.
Paragon, I received mine and will start on it today. After I'm done I'll post any bugs I ran into that may need fixing or ways to make the assembly process easier.
well ive assembeled the saucer and i have had no problems apart from the back wall
About the only problem I've encountered so far is that the pieces for the forward upper saucer and rear upper saucer don't match by about 1/8".
They overlap too much, don't meet, or the connection between them is a little off? Send me a picture. From what you've said though, I wouldn't worry about it, because that part will be covered by the top saucer.