UHU02 Lunar Module

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  1. uhu02

    uhu02 Active Member

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    O-h, M-Y G-O-D!!!!
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    One could say: "This is remarkable!"
    But it is "Unbelievable!"

    Many thanks Mr. UHU.:thumb:
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  5. DanBKing

    DanBKing Dan the Man

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    Now, that is gonna be one hell of a pdf download!!!!

    And you know what, I wanna see HgO2 super detail that baby .......sign1

    (As we all know you can and will, Hg2O...... !!!:mrgreen::mrgreen:)

    UHU02, I have to learn Japanese, because I have no words in English to say what I have to say about this beauty you are creating ......

    I'll come back to you... :mrgreen:
  6. Gixergs

    Gixergs Well-Known Member

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    Lack of words to describe this is exactly the reason for the gold watch story. Truly incredible design and what's more UHU02 doing the update spares you all from the meaning of brass monkeys, he really is spoiling you with this one!.
    Truly magnificent work UHU02-san thank you very much for all your hard work.
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    Gixergs Well-Known Member

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    The incrediblisation fantasticulating and awesomnatious of these shots are beyond magnificating excellations

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  8. Revell-Fan

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    Soon in the Downloads section:


    :mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:

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    DanBKing Dan the Man

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    sign1sign1sign1
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    That'll be a handylous book! It'll end up with all the superlativelessness situations in which we all get into when defining the totallistic humongousful fantastincredible work of UHU02! sign1 sign1 sign1
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    The best thing about it is, it is the updated version. It features not only the terms "Frak!", "WOW!" or "awesome" but also "mind-blowing", "magnificent" and "beyond belief"! :thumb::mrgreen::thumb:
  12. Ron Caudillo

    Ron Caudillo Creative Advisory Consultant Moderator

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    Many thanks Master Uhu for the excellent work you have done so far. I remember well the Apollo 13 incident when growing up and was glued to the TV the whole time until the brave crew returned safely home.

    Best Regards,
  13. Gixergs

    Gixergs Well-Known Member

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    6 incredulicious pages so far, just beautiful work so far.

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    Wonderful, ingenious work!
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    I'd love to make a complimentary comment as well, but after looking at all the work he's doing on this...sparing NO detail, the words i was GOING to use, IMMEDIATELY packed all their bags, grabbed their favorite Pink Floyd CDs, and bust tickets, and headed promptly straight out of town, leaving me completely speechless, save for those words there. Thats it.......... speechless.
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    Gixergs Well-Known Member

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    My words are on the bus with yours and arguing which Floyd track to play first, Shine on you crazy diamond!

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    "Time" for me... But it could also be "Learning to Fly"!
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    All Pink Floyd makes great moon music! especially "Dark Side of the Moon". Anybody considered "Lost" by Coldplay, or "Room at the Top" by Adam Ant? UHU's lunar module rocks too, by the way!
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    well whatever you do... just remember to "set your controls for the heart of the sun", and remember that every transmission from earth to moon "echoes" through the cosmos forever.
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    Trouble

    I'd go for "Yesterday" (The Beatles).
    Remembering the times building a spaceship was just fixing some cilinders and boxes together. :mrgreen:

    And now blown away! Where to find the time.....
    :boom:(love this smiliey :cool:)